FARM: El Gravileo

PRODUCER: Martin Galeas

VARIETY: Catimor

PROCESS: Washed

ALTITUDE: 1920 MASL

PROCESSING DETAILS: Cherries are harvested at peak ripeness by a team of 14 pickers peak ripeness and fermented over night before being floated to remove damaged or underripe seeds. The cherries are depulped the next day and the resulting coffee is left to dry ferment for 18-24 hours. Coffee is then washed in clean water and dried on raised beds, inside solar dryers, for 15 days.

NOTES: Toasted Marshmallow, Lemon Curd, Graham cracker 

 

A Message From Martin Galeas

“My father gave me as inheritance an area of land so I could start growing coffee. At the beginning I was using the area only for growing corn and beans, then little by little I went searching for other jobs and started earning money. With a lot of effort and work, I earned enough money to start growing coffee and to produce enough to start selling as a small producer. Back then I used to sell on cherry to a buyer of the zone.

I make sure to give always the best lifestyle and quality for my family by depending only with coffee. Recently I bought a depulper, hoping that this would help me facilitate the process and have a better income for my family.

I want to keep growing more coffee and sell excellent quality coffee. I want to have a better lifestyle for my home and family that lives with me.”


Thank-you to Brendan and Patrick of Semilla Coffee for importing this fantastic coffee.

 
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Honduras El Gravileo

FARM: El Gravileo

PRODUCER: Martin Galeas

VARIETY: Catimor

PROCESS: Washed

ALTITUDE: 1920 MASL

PROCESSING DETAILS: Cherries are harvested at peak ripeness by a team of 14 pickers peak ripeness and fermented over night before being floated to remove damaged or underripe seeds. The cherries are depulped the next day and the resulting coffee is left to dry ferment for 18-24 hours. Coffee is then washed in clean water and dried on raised beds, inside solar dryers, for 15 days.

NOTES: Toasted Marshmallow, Lemon Curd, Graham cracker 

 

A Message From Martin Galeas

“My father gave me as inheritance an area of land so I could start growing coffee. At the beginning I was using the area only for growing corn and beans, then little by little I went searching for other jobs and started earning money. With a lot of effort and work, I earned enough money to start growing coffee and to produce enough to start selling as a small producer. Back then I used to sell on cherry to a buyer of the zone.

I make sure to give always the best lifestyle and quality for my family by depending only with coffee. Recently I bought a depulper, hoping that this would help me facilitate the process and have a better income for my family.

I want to keep growing more coffee and sell excellent quality coffee. I want to have a better lifestyle for my home and family that lives with me.”


Thank-you to Brendan and Patrick of Semilla Coffee for importing this fantastic coffee.