We're excited to welcome a new coffee to our lineup. Our latest coffee comes to us from Co-op RAOS in the San Miguel region of Honduras. This collective of 250 small producers is producing coffee that far surpasses most of what we've tried from the region. A crucial stage for preserving coffee quality comes during processing when the fruit of the cherry is removed from the seed. Any number of processing errors can lead to unpleasant cup characteristics but thanks to a central wet and dry mill, Co-op Raos is producing coffee that is sweet and clean without any hint of defects.
In the cup we encounter milk chocolate, toasted pecan, light hints of citrus and a full body. This balanced coffee pairs well with breakfast or dessert and is a great option for fans of lower acid coffees.