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Introducing Our Microlot Honduras Coffee: A Blooming Delight
Prepare to embark on a sensory journey like no other with our exquisite Microlot Honduras coffee. Crafted with precision and care, this coffee showcases the exceptional flavors and qualities that make it a true standout in the world of specialty coffee.

The Parainema varieties has been introduced to Honduras in 2010. A special process (natural/aerobic) has been utilized for this Microlot. The final result is a coffee with excellent sweetness, full body and radiant acidity.

Q-SCORE: 86.50


Sweet and very fruity coffee. Mild acidity and good body. Sweet notes of cane sugar, fruity notes of plum and peach, with a finish of tropical fruit and grapes.

weight: 250g

varieties: Parainema

land: Honduras

region: Copan, Corquin, El Cerro

process: natural, aerobic

altitude: 1350-1450 msl

producer: Finca La Lesquinada

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The Romero brothers are part of a third generation family of coffee producers who decided a few years ago to grow a not yet well known variety of coffee: Parainema. A variety recently introduced to Honduras between 2010 and 2012, it is grown in the La Lesquinada finca on a plot of about 6 hectares with a total of 35,000 plants. Its particularity is given by its high resistance to Coffee Leaf Rust (better known as Coffee Rust). In addition to Finca La Esquinada, they also manage the Cafco cooperative, permitting them to take advantage of the use of innovative processing plants and laboratories with state-of-the-art equipment. The cherries of this coffee are harvested completely by hand once they have reached maximum ripeness. The fermentation process is aerobic, lasting about 48 hours and the processing is natural. The drying takes place on raised beds with an exposure to the sun about 14/21 days

Extraction Method: Blooming

To accentuate the unique characteristics of our Microlot Honduras coffee, we recommend the unique blooming profile of the Unica Pro. This profile allows for a lighter roast that truly sings with the essence of its origin, yet providing a full body experience.


This espresso is truly something out of the ordinary. When we first tried it back in 2020, we were instantly blown away by the incredible punch of complex florals and sweet tropical fruits, as it is nothing we ever experienced before. This mix is made of 50% washed and 50% natural processed, only peaberry beans from the exclusive Geisha variety, giving it a very intense but at the same time extremely clean cup, creamy body and nice round finish.

Variety: Geisha

Screen size: 100% Peaberry

Producer: Finca Isabel

Microlots: Rosario, Naranjal und La Cuesta

Location: Loayza, Provinz Caranavi, Bolivien

Elevation: 1750-1850 m ü.d.M.

Net weight: 250 Gramm

Roasted for: Espresso

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About this coffee

Finca Isabell is located in the community of Loayza at an average elevation of 1750 masl, about one hour from Caranavi, Bolivia and is run by Fernando and Gabriela. Fernando comes from a local coffee producing family but studied agronomy at renowned Universities in Costa Rica and Honduras, after which he perfected his craft at Hacienda La Esmeralda in Panama where he met Gabriela, who is meticulously in charge of post harvest processing.

The results are evident as they run their finca extremely quality focused and with some of the most innovative agroforestry techniques we have seen in Bolivia. The symbiosis between his coffee plants and its surroundings is eye opening and big birds can freely roam their microlots, even stealing some of the sweetest coffee cherries before harvest. This doesn’t bother them, as the biodiversity of the spot clearly helps the high quality of their coffees.

This year’s peaberry mix is composed of 50% washed and 50% natural processed beans coming from Finca Isabel’s different Geisha microlots which not only share the genetics of the trees at Hacienda La Esmeralda, but also collected many quality awards in past Bolivian auctions.

Normally coffee beans grow as a pair inside each cherry, Peaberry (or caracolillo in Spanish) beans are called those beans that miss their pair, developing as a single bean inside of their cherry. Because of this, peaberry beans are more dense and pack more punch by absorbing a higher concentration of aromatic compounds.

These particular beans – accounting for approximately 5-10% of the harvest – are taken out from the batches after dry milling, since they behave differently in the roast than normal beans. As a 100% peaberry batch though, we find that they make for a unique espresso, especially intense and complex, highlighting the sensorial characteristics of a given bean even more. Being denser, they are able to take on heat during roasting, which is especially beneficial in the case of Geisha where, as specialty roasters, we want to highlight the lighter nuances of the bean such as complex florals, tropical fruits and a nice clean acidity. This usually works better on filter roasts, but with the peaberry beans we can just roast them dark enough for espresso without losing what sets it aside from other varieties.