Available In Single Serve As Grind Option
Our very popular coffees of South and Central America are medium to full-bodied with a clean and crisp finish
El Salvador Tres Potros Pacamara Designation: Micro Lot
Region: Cordillera de Apaneca
Flavor: Honey, Fig, Sweet Melon
Altitude: 1400 m
Description: Tres Potros means “three colts” in Spanish, named after the three brothers who own, share, and manage the farm. Together, they produce some of the highest quality coffee along the Santa Ana Volcano, and consistently place in El Salvador’s prestigious Cup of Excellence.
Costa Rica Finca Los Papillos
This family farm is owned and managed by Miguel Angel Cabezas, his wife Miriam and their three children. Their love and gentle care for the coffee they produce brings about a subtle decicacy in body and floral aromatics. Floral flavor notes with hints of clementine.
Honduras “Nancy Hernadez” Finca El Jazmin Honey Micro Lot
Nancy Hernandez has helped her family with the entire coffee process since she was eight years old. She now has expanded her family's coffee business and even opened her own cafe. This honey process brings out orange and honey with hints of peach and raspberry throughout the cup.
Colombia San Fermin
Flavors: Purple Fruit, Brown Sugar and Melon
Process: Fully Washed
The coffee honors the festival of San Fermin in Spain. It represents some of the most important parts of what it means to be human; joy, audacity, courage and togetherness. The farms aspire to infuse these values into their product.
Costa Rica Benach Micro Lot
With great natural process complexity, this Micro Lot from Costa Rica has a creamy mouth feel. Hints of tangerine and strawberry are present in the cup and lend themselves well to the light body and medium acidity. Xenia Sanchez Benach has been producing coffee for over 20 years on her farm that sits 1,562 above sea level. Just as H&C is a family run business, her four children all lend a hand during harvest Roast Master Zack Hubbard cupped this as his favorite of the first three Micro Lots brought in from Costa Rica this year