We have searched high and low for a decaffinated coffee that doesn't taste like one and found this little gem! Plus it is processed using the swiss water method so no chemicals (which a lot of other decaf coffees use).
Farms:Various smallholder farmers from Capucas Co-operative surrounding Celaque national park
In 1885, Atanacio Rodolfo Romero, great-grandfather of the Rodríguez-Romero family, bought some plots of land in the region of Las Capucas, Honduras, and began to grow tobacco and some coffee for the family's consumption.75 years later, his son Atanacio Rodolfo Romero traveled to Costa Rica, where he learned of best practices to produce high quality coffee, changed from tobacco to coffee, and laid the foundations for the Capucas to become one of the areas most outstanding coffee plantations in Honduras.in 1999 Omar Rodríguez, Yerno de Atanacio, founded the Cooperativa Cafetalera Capucas Limitada, COCAFCAL.
It's great to see how they are diversifying into other crops like lemon grass and passion fruits. As well as improving the quality of their coffee through their cupping school for producers. Plus they have been developing into coffee tourism find out more at www.mycapucascoffee.coop