Locality: La Unión
Altitude: 2,000 masl
Process: Washed- Sun dried
Nancy, her husband, Horacio, and their three children live at Tola El Naranjo. While they have produced caturra variety coffee for generations, they now also grow sugarcane, yucca, and plantains for family consumption. Sadly, Nancy does not envision her children continuing the coffee growing legacy. The low, and often negative margins, have them looking to other industries for opportunities. Despite this, Nancy remains committed to the coffee industry. She remains hopeful that focusing on quality and developing strong marketplace relationships will be the key to sustainability.
Honey, cherry, ripe orange, spicy, silky body.