Certifications: FLO, SPP,
Varieties: Catuai, Caturra, Lempira, Pacas
Post-Harvest Processing: Sun dried natural
Elevation: 1200 to 1600 metres
Harvest: December to March
COMSA was founded in 2001 by 69 farmers who were seeking ways to make their coffee growing businesses profitable. At the time coffee in Honduras was largely grown in a conventional manner using chemical inputs to support production, volumes were large, quality and prices were low and most coffee went into the ‘commercial’ markets – farmers often could not cover the costs of production. COMSA set out to encourage quality and organic, chemical free agriculture, and over time they have built their volumes and their quality and now the 1200 members produce specialty grade organic coffee and own their own warehouses and processing plant. The group is very focussed on social development as well as the agricultural; they have a primary school and run organic education courses for farmers from other parts of the country and region. In recent years, looking for new, quality focussed markets the cooperative has developed a programme for the production of natural processed coffees – in 2019 when Trade Aid visited, they produced 14 full containers of natural coffee in response to demand.
The coffee has a strong fruity aroma, rich body, good, bold lactic acidity, berry and cocoa flavours.
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I ordered the Espresso Blend. The order was shipped the same day I ordered it and I received it the very next day. To have freshly ground coffee (which was roasted just days before as indicated on the pouch) for my plunger coffee is such a treat. The grind is perfect and the taste is exquisite! Highly recommend!
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