Jaime Navarro produced this micro-lot on a 19-acre farm called Las Sidras located in the department of Lempira, Honduras. Jaime uses his own micro-mill to process harvested cherries, which allows for meticulous care in depulping, fermenting, and drying the coffee. Jaime collaborates with an export company called BICAFE, which operates a warehouse and dry-mill in Santa Rosa de Copan. Weather conditions in Santa Rosa are ideal for storing parchment and the dry-mill is specifically designed for sorting micro-lots. The partnership has helped to improve quality, increase earnings from coffee sales, and strengthen the family’s livelihood.
We are very fortunate to have secured a limited amount of the jaime navarro selection as this micro-lot sells out quickly. This coffee is celebrated at our roastery as it represents the care of cultivation and process from step to step all by hand. The cupping profile is bursting with character similar to the immense journey the coffee has taken to your morning brew - rich and full bodied with nuance but bold and a bittersweet finish.