This coffee is round and creamy. A delicate acidity with flavours of chocolate, caramel, and brown sugar.
This coffee was their first step into the world of "transparently traded". What this means is means that we know exactly the costs all the way through the chain. The key part of this style of coffee trading is that the farmer receives a fair price for their coffee and receives payment as soon as we agree to purchase their coffee.
This lot comes from about 60 smallholders from the Lempira department in Honduras. Cosagual is a cooperative dedicated to the production and marketing of coffee environmentally responsible, under systems of agroforestry to reduce erosion soils and the impact of climate change.
Cosagual mission is to promote the development process in families dedicated to agricultural production with gender equality and in harmony with the environment, providing services with responsibility, efficiency, and commitment to their cooperative members.
Belfast Coffee Roasters started roasting coffee in 2018 in the original industrial heartland of Belfast. They are based in what was originally the Soho Foundry in Townsend Street, Belfast. This industrial area of Belfast was the reason why the population of the city went from 20,000 to 200,000 in the 19th century.
Fair Tade and Organic Certified.
Roasted in Northern Ireland.