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HONDURAS CAPUCAS ANAEROBIC COFFEE BEANS

Contains hand-roasted single origin specialty coffee beans

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Capucas Cooperative's Honduran coffee is a clean and crisp, well-rounded coffee, with a hint of acidity and lingering sweetness, loved by coffee drinkers of all levels of coffee expertise. Situated in Honduras, the cooperative prioritizes improving the lives of their workers and the local community, offering free healthcare, university education, and more. The low pruning of coffee trees ensures maximum potential in harvesting.

  • FRESHNESS GUARANTEE

    We're committed to delivering a fresh and flavorful coffee experience right to your cup. Our coffees are roasted on demand, ensuring that every bean is at its peak freshness when it reaches you.

  • RESPONSIBILITY

    We're passionate about ethical and responsible practices at every step of the coffee-making process. From sourcing to roasting, our coffees are carefully selected, hand-roasted, and slow-crafted. Our commitment to responsibility is reflected in our packaging, which uses kraft paper with minimal CCP laminate that's aluminium-free. We've gone the extra mile by not using the special PP plastic gas valve found in many other coffee packaging. We're also proud to be CO2 and Plastic Neutral.

    Learn more about our responsibility efforts here.

MORE ABOUT THE COFFEE

ORIGIN

Cooperativa Cafetalera
Capucas Limitada

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

Cupping notes

Apple, cherry, orange

strength

Medium

Capucas was founded in 1999 by Jose Omar Rodriguez and takes its name from the local town of Las Capucas. This Honduran coffee is crisp and well-rounded, with a hint of acidity and lingering sweetness, loved by coffee drinkers of all levels of coffee expertise. Situated in Honduras, the cooperative prioritizes improving the lives of their workers and the local community, offering free healthcare, university education, and more.

Acidity: Medium
Altitude: 1450-1600 m.a.s.l
Variety: Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra, Icatu, Obata, Parainema
Process: Anaerobic Fermentation
Certifications: Fairtrade, Organic