One pound of Honduran Siguatepeque Jaguar
This coffee is produced almost exactly halfway between the two largest cities in Honduras, San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Founded by the Spanish in 1689 as a religious centre for retreats and monastic training, the population of the town grew through the intermarriage of colonists, the indigenous Lencas and the Mexican Nahuatl immigrants. The name means ‘town of beautiful women’ in the Nahuatl Mexican dialect. In 1861 the town became a municipality in its own right, and a city in 1926. This is another exquisite classic Honduran coffee that you can rely on for a daily brew. It is a really nice smooth mellow cup with floral dark chocolate finish. This coffee is rainforest alliance certified.