Honduras Aruco specialty coffee beans | 1 kg

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Notes: red grapes, sherry, red apple

Flavour: Lemon, cocoa, nougat, caramel
Variety: Caturra, Catuay
Region: Santa-Barbara and Comayagua
Cooperative: Aruco
Q-score: 83
Altitude: 1220m
Process: Washed

Also available in:
• 250g espresso pack

About the cooperative
The Aruco Farmers' Cooperative was created in 2006 by the initiative of 14 coffee producers from the municipality of Corquin, Copan. Currently, it unites more than 200 manufacturing partners.


All of them, together with their families, are involved in production and harvesting. The Aruco plantation, with a total area of 1,700 hectares, is located at an altitude of 1,000-1,600 meters above sea level.

Farmers grow Arabica varieties such as Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai, IHCAFE 90, Lempira, Maragogype, Pacamara, Gesha, and Parainema.

Aruco provides all members of the cooperative with technical assistance, financing, and provides marketing of green grains at the international level. This approach ensures high labor productivity and environmental sustainability in production, as well as promoting the overall development of families in the region. In addition, Aruco supports local educational and social projects, as well as healthcare centers.

The cooperative has its own processing station equipped with modular sections for customs processing and drying. In the fermentation processes, ecological equipment is used, which minimizes water consumption, and hot air for drying the grain contributes to the burning of the coffee husks in special ovens.

This grain was harvested by farmers on plantations in Santa Barbara and Comayagua. Coffee from Santa Barbara is marked with a special geographical indication (GI) Honduran Western Coffees (HWC) and is characterized by sweetness and slight acidity. Comayagua is located in the central part of the country and is defined as the region with the largest yield of coffee in Honduras. Tourists often come to local farms to learn about coffee growing.

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Notes: red grapes, sherry, red apple

Flavour: Lemon, cocoa, nougat, caramel
Variety: Caturra, Catuay
Region: Santa-Barbara and Comayagua
Cooperative: Aruco
Q-score: 83
Altitude: 1220m
Process: Washed

Also available in:
• 250g espresso pack

About the cooperative
The Aruco Farmers' Cooperative was created in 2006 by the initiative of 14 coffee producers from the municipality of Corquin, Copan. Currently, it unites more than 200 manufacturing partners.


All of them, together with their families, are involved in production and harvesting. The Aruco plantation, with a total area of 1,700 hectares, is located at an altitude of 1,000-1,600 meters above sea level.

Farmers grow Arabica varieties such as Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai, IHCAFE 90, Lempira, Maragogype, Pacamara, Gesha, and Parainema.

Aruco provides all members of the cooperative with technical assistance, financing, and provides marketing of green grains at the international level. This approach ensures high labor productivity and environmental sustainability in production, as well as promoting the overall development of families in the region. In addition, Aruco supports local educational and social projects, as well as healthcare centers.

The cooperative has its own processing station equipped with modular sections for customs processing and drying. In the fermentation processes, ecological equipment is used, which minimizes water consumption, and hot air for drying the grain contributes to the burning of the coffee husks in special ovens.

This grain was harvested by farmers on plantations in Santa Barbara and Comayagua. Coffee from Santa Barbara is marked with a special geographical indication (GI) Honduran Western Coffees (HWC) and is characterized by sweetness and slight acidity. Comayagua is located in the central part of the country and is defined as the region with the largest yield of coffee in Honduras. Tourists often come to local farms to learn about coffee growing.

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