Type: Green coffee

Tasting Notes: Rich syrupy body, caramel sweetness
with a red cherry acidity

Varietal:  Colombia, Typica, Caturra
Process: Washed
Altitude: 1500 - 1850 masl.
CENCOIC (Central Cooperativa Indigena de Cauca)

Asociacion de Caficultores Indigenas del Resguardo de Honduras (ASOCAFIH)
Department: Cauca
Number of families in the Association: 316

Pico de Águila is located in the Honduras Reserve in the municipality of Morales on the western mountain range 32km east of Popayán. The highest peak in the reserve is called Cerro Pico de Águila. At 2800masl up in the Páramo, it’s a touch to high to grow coffee, but members of the local community manage to cultivate it at 1500-1850masl. Pico de Águila is one of the most sacred sites for the indigenous community within the reserve and is also a key source of water for the surrounding region. Honduras Reserve has a population of around 12,000 people, 20% of which speak Nasa Yuwe, the local language.

Coffees across all the reserves within the Cacua region are de-pulped, fermented & dried at the farm. The farmers deliver their parchment to the local collection warehouse where it is weighed and recorded before being received in to the warehouse in Popayan to be cupped and then dry milled for export at a mill in Popayan before being trucked to the port of Buenaventura.