Honduras Pozo Negro El Durazno

From: 9,75

Get ready to be surprised by this exceptional lot from Honduras. Francisco has been operating his farm together with his family for over 13 years, and not just that, he’s also been very active in experimenting with varieties, pulping and drying. With all this expertise he’s created this balanced and complex natural that is bright and juicy foremost, with fruit flavors within the likes of raspberry, apple and plums, carried through a milk chocolate sweetness and some violets on top. 



  • Origin: Honduras
  • Region: Pozo Negro
  • Farm: El Durazno
  • Farmer: Francisco Alvarado
  • Crop: 2022
  • Altitude: 1700m
  • Variety: Bourbon
  • Processing: Natural

A note from our supplier, Nordic Approach:

The coffees from Honduras can be so amazing when they are from the right places and are processed well. They often have more complexity, depth and richness than other Central American coffees. Many specialty coffee buyers in Honduras are focused in and around the department (state) of Santa Barbara. We were hoping to expand our offering from Honduras, and decided to look at other regions to see what potential we could find. Intibuca stood out as a department with delicious coffees, and enormous potential to produce more if producers could find a market.

We have recently partnered with a group of 60 producers in the community of Pozo Negro, located in the municipality of Masaguara in Intibuca. These producers have organised themselves into a group who come together to learn and share knowledge. They elect a chairman every year who, for several years running, has been Wilmer Alexis Grau Montoya. As Joanne met with this group and heard from the producers themselves, their shared respect for Wilmer was clear. They hold regular meetings, to organize themselves and their production and to support each other in improving the quality of their coffee.

This group of producers is making an enormous effort, and reinvesting in their infrastructure on their wet mills, drying facilities and back into their production. This is an exciting development, as it allows for greater traceability and separation of high quality micro-lots, and is by no means ordinary for Honduran coffee producers. Our aim in working with this group is to find them a stable market for these coffees, and to assist them to further develop quality, and increase the amount they earn for their coffee over time.

Our coffee comes in craft paper bags which contain a plastic liner on the inside to guarantee freshness of our coffee. Please dispose properly at your local plastic trash container. The Village Coffee is roasted fresh every week, and best consumed within four weeks after roast date. Store your coffee in a dry, dark and cool place, avoid the fridge.


Additional information

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Country of Origin


Processing Method


Taste Notes

Apple, Milk chocolate, Plums, Raspberry, Violets


Small (250 gr-8.8 oz), Medium (340 gr-12 oz), Large (1 kg-2.2 lb), Big bag (2,5 kg-5.5 lb)

Grind Size

Ground for Espresso, Ground for Filter, Ground for French Press, Ground for Moka, Whole Beans

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