Grower's Cup Coffee - Honduras Single Brew Mild-Medium

Item Code: Lib-115053
Reg. Price:  $3.50
Our Price:  $2.71
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Servings: 1-3 cups, depending on cup size.

These brew-in-the-bag Coffees come from some of the world's foremost gourmet coffee growing countries and provide you with a fast and easy option to get your morning brew. Inside the pouch is a filter with 26 g of freshly ground specialty coffee. The filter is designed to preserve all natural oils and flavors in the coffee. This design ensures that the extraction process is stopped when the first 1½ cup has been served. Thus, it never turns bitter! Place the bag in the optional Easy Pour Handle to avoid spills. This blend is a medium roast with somewhat heavy body but softer acidity.

COCAFCAL is located in western Honduras in the buffer zone of the Celaque National Park. The Coop works in 12 communities in the municipalities of San Pedro, Copan and Corquin, Copan. Originally founded by 55 members in 1999.

COCAFCAL was founded in 1999 by 55 members. Today the coop runs projects that benefit approximately 2,500 people. Active members are dedicated to growing sustainable conventional, organic and Fairtrade coffees.

Coffee: 100% arabica coffee from Honduras, fair-trade and organic certified. FLO ID 19080
Varietal: Caturra and Catuai
Processing: Washed
Land, region: Honduras, Aldea Capucas, Celaque National Park
Farm, city: Cooperative Cocafcal
Altitude: 1200-1500 m
Weight: 26 g
Producer: Coffeebrewer Nordic A/S, Denmark
ECO-Certification authority: DK-ØKO-200

Coffeebrewer Nordic A/S is the company behind the Grower’s Cup brand. They are a small, but innovative Danish company that have decided to “battle” with the big boys and all their machines. Their small office, micro roastery and packing facility is established in an old restored farmbuilding, nestled in a hilly landscape, surrounded by forests and the sea. In other words, They do enjoy doing things in a different way.

"It all started an afternoon in 2002, I found out that I had run out of paperfilters for my dripmaker and being pretty annoyed with the situation – I thought, “why isn’t it possible to brew a decent cup of coffee without machines or special brewing equipment…?”

After too many years with research, development of a number of different brewing concepts, tests, thousands of prototypes, and the engineering of new production technology, we are now ready to launch – probably the most innovative and revolutionary coffee concept seen for decades." - Ulrik Skovgaard Rasmussen, Innovator and Managing Director

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