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Honduras - Nely Suyapa Orellanas
Honduras - Nely Suyapa Orellanas
Honduras - Nely Suyapa Orellanas
Honduras - Nely Suyapa Orellanas
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Honduras - Nely Suyapa Orellanas

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  • Country – Honduras 
  • Region – Copan
  • Farm – Nely Suyapa Orellanas
  • Varietal – IHCAFE 90
  • Process – Natural organic 
  • Cup Score – 86
  • Altitude – 1200 masl

Tasting Notes: 

Pineapple and raspberry with notes of vanilla and a smooth caramel milk chocolate body

Farm Overview:

Nely Suyapa Orellana is the owner of Las Gemelas, which is a 2 hectare farm at 1200masl in the El Hichozal area of Corquin, Copan. The farm is named after her twin daughters, who she intends to hand the farm down to. Las Gemelas is planted with yellow and red catuai, with the yellow catuai seeds coming from her husband, Donaldo Gonzales Fiallos, and displaying the same amazing sweetness and delicate acidity. This is the fourth year that Nely has produced micro-lots, but with the help of the Specialty Agronomy Project she was able to improve the quality of her naturals considerably this year. The producers will receive about 70% of the FOB price for their micro lots. All the processing for the ML’s takes place at the Aruco mill to centralise and have greater control over the process to create consistent procedures but also to reduce the risk on the producer. The mill is also at 800masl which gives a drier more stable climate to dry the coffee compared to up at the farms where the weather can be less predictable. The coffee will be delivered to the mill where they assess the cherry and decide on the process for the coffees depending on space and what the producer has done already. The cherry is cleaned and washed and then floated to remove any immatures. The coffee is then taken to the beds where it is dried for between 20 -30 days weather depending where it is turned hourly.