Fully washed after pulping and fermenting. Dried on patios between 10-12 days
Beneficio Santa Rosa is the powerhouse of western Honduras, boasting one of the most state-of-the-art dry mill operations in all of Central America. It starts with location. Santa Rosa de Copan has mild weather conditions, which makes for an ideal warehouse location for resting parchment and preparing coffee for export. Copan is the second largest growing region in Honduras, which means Beneficio Santa Rosa is well situated to receive coffee from many excellent sources. Most importantly, Beneficio Santa Rosa has a fully staffed cupping lab equipped to cup through thousands of samples and identify the potential for every coffee that is received. So it should be no surprise that Beneficio Santa Rosa has delivered an exceptional number of “Top Tier” micro-lots for Royal this season.
Edward Jimenez cultivated and harvested this micro-lot on his 14-acre farm called La Ruda located in Lepaera a municipality within the Department of Lempira, Honduras. Edward has been farming coffee for the last nine years. In addition to coffee, Edward's farm produces plantains, peaches, oranges and mangoes. Edward uses his own micro-mill to process harvested cherries, which allows for meticulous care in sorting, depulping, fermenting, and drying the coffee.