Our limited edition, premium estate, single origin Honduran Microlot 87.
The latest lot arrived in our warehouse mid Jan 2020 and it's a sensational coffee.
Remarkably different from the previous lots we had selected - Orange, pear, toffee, floral, praline.
This season, the flavours are intense, the acid refined and the balance is just sublime.
Being a honey processed coffee, it's undergone a precisely controlled ferment that enhances the sweetness and acids. Whilst it's bright in acids, it's not out of control and we would refer to these acids as refined - pleasant, sweet, crisp and refreshing.
I know there are a lot of people out there that run a mile at the first hint of acid.......but........stay with me folks because acids in coffee are always present and when they are this good, the mandarin and orange acidity with chocolate finish it's just mesmerising.
Honduras is a star on the rise, now the # 1 producer in Central America by volume, it is also the fastest growing specialty grade supplier in the world.
The reputation of Honduran coffees has elevated rapidly in specialty segments.
This lot scored 86 on the table, perhaps higher in different circumstances.
Most high grade Hondurans cup with delicate structures of stone fruits - apricots, pears, apple, fig, etc.
This coffee displays an intense buttery body and adorable madarin acidity.
Grown in rich, volcanic soil at an almost perfect micro climate at 1,600 masl.
The silky smooth, buttery body lingers for hours.
Match it with quality full cream milk for the ultimate coffee experience.
Honduras is fast becoming the new coffee power house of Central America.
With ongoing issues in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico, Honduras is constantly improving cup quality, consistency and output volumes each season.
Once known as the poor-man's blender, Honduras coffees are being using in world barista, roasting and cup tasting championships with exceptional results.
The overall quality rank of Honduran coffees has lifted by at least 25% in the last 5 years.
These coffees are becoming so good, that many of the world's top roasters are now lining up to take the forward and future harvests from some of the most highly regarded Honduran estates.
This micro lot is outstanding quality. The preparation of the coffee is first-rate and the cup is beautifully rounded and balanced.
Going out on a limb here, tending to think this is our best coffee at the moment.
Honduras Microlot14 April 2020These beans do not just surprise you. They are a breath of fresh air, provide a desirable milk-coffee drinking experience and will have you wanting more than a round of coffee. I could not take more than a couple of sips of stale cafe coffee, after sampling this microlot. Of course there are combinations, complex blends, etc but the Honduran Microlot just holds it own. Hoping the new batch from mycuppa will be as good. There will be opinions, views and differences on many single origins like Panama, Yirga, Sumatra and complex blends hold their own. This one sure does.
Great coffee29 April 2018I have been buying the coffee from MyCuppa for more than 2 years and having tried several other single origins, this is the one I always come back to. It just makes delicious coffee. Every time I make this for a guest I get nothing but great compliments accompanied by surprised expressions on their faces. They usually then ask to look at my coffee machine which, although it a very good machine I tell them it is the coffee. It has a wonderful smooth flavour without a hint of bitterness. My sister said it was the best coffee she had ever had. Can't ask for better than that.
Honduras treat A110 January 2017What a pleasant delight. I prepare my coffee by pour-over, Syphon and occasionally French press. This Micro Lot batch is wonderful for this style of prep. After trying the Ethiopian filter roast, I wanted a rounder flavour with notes that were more subtle, that revealed themselves throughout the drinking and pleasantly lingered on the palet. The Honduras #85 came up trumps. I've been preparing and drinking, freshly roasted coffee for over 30 years and found this batch wonderfully delicious. Thanks.
Honduran Delight!!4 August 2016With trepidation I ordered 1kg of Honduras Microlot beans mid-July. They arrived within a couple of days as usual & I was dying to try them. Had to wait a day as I had some Suuweet beans in the hopper. Wow!! Our first short blacks were so sensational we had another round ten minutes later. We've been asked by everyone who's popped in & had a coffee since, where did we get the beans? There is a subtle chocolatey & fruity flavour to the coffee with a beautiful soft aftertaste - no bitterness at all. For our taste it's perfect for short or long blacks. However for those who still like a strong coffee taste in their milk coffee, these beans may be a little subtle. Am about to order another kilo as stock is very low. Thanks for introducing us to a new coffee bean from a very promising area.