Stonecutter Series - Honey Process Honduras - NEW!

Stonecutter Series - Honey Process Honduras - NEW!


The Stonecutter Series is a monthly highlighted coffee in our seasonal Stonington Café. As an ode to the granite quarrying of Stonington and the Stonecutter memorial statue across from the café, these beans are selected by our roaster for their "je ne sais quoi" - unique small coffee producing region of the world, inventive processing method and / or out of this world flavor. Limited amounts available, changing monthly, and adorned with a beautiful gold & black sticker, take an adventure and grab a bag while supplies last.

Special notes: What on earth is honey process?  This is a washing method where the skin and pulp of the coffee cherry are removed, but some or all of the mucilage remains. Also, referred to as semi-washed coffee, here is a good link to more information on this type of coffee processing provided by Seattle Coffee Works.

Tasting notes: Creamy chocolate body with notes of raspberry

Roast level: Medium

Location: Marcala region of Honduras, home of the indigenous Lenca people, grown at an altitude of 4000 - 5250 feet.

Latitude: 14º North

Certified Organic & Fair Trade

All bags come Whole Bean. For ground beans please select "Ground" and specify your brew method in the message box at checkout. Default grind is drip.

Not available for subscription due to limited quantity available.