Indulge yourself with coffee that tastes of citrus, peach, apricot, and caramel; that has a velvety body; and a sparkling tartaric acidity.
Grown in the interior mountains between the Caribbean sea and the pacific ocean of this small Central American nation. This coffee has a sweet and mild, medium to round bodied taste. Some have detected notes of distinct “chocolatiness” or nutty, while others
claim berry or grape notes.
Montecillos is particularly special coffee region because of its weather and high altitude. You’ll find coffee growing between 1,200 and 1,600 meters above sea level. Nights tend to be cold, giving the cherries the opportunity to ripen more slowly and develop a sweeter flavor.
Situated along the Salvadoran border, in the southwest of Honduras, producers here have cultivated coffees that have gained world wide recognition. This has made Montecillos home to Honduras’ first Origin Denomination: Café de Marcala.
Aroma: Vanilla, Hazelnut
Taste notes: Chocolatey, Nutty
Altitude grown: 1100-1650 meters above sea level.
Fante’s Light City Roast (67-70 ag)