Guatemalan Honey Process

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Warning! The crisp notes of apricot, cacao tea, and molasses joined with the silky body and exquisite finish of this Honey Process can be addictive.

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Sweet and smooth, bright and ever so vibrant, Chica Bean’s Honey Process coffee embodies the spirit of the golden elixir it’s named after.

COFFEE DETAILS

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  • Producer: Mrs. Maritza Roque
  • Origin: Finca la Hierba Buena
  • Location: San Pedro Pinula, Jalapa
  • Processed in: San Luis Jilotepeque, Jalapa
  • Region: New Oriente
  • Grade: Strictly Hard, SCA 85
  • Altitude: 1475-1600 Meters Above Sea Level
  • Varieties: Caturra, Catuaí, and Pache
  • Process: Honey
  • Roast Level: Medium
  • Roasted By: Evelin Tupul

What is Honey Process?

The process refers to the strategy used to transform a ripe coffee fruit into a dried seed that can then be roasted. The most common strategy is the Washed Process, meaning that after harvesting, the coffee fruits are pulped and then soaked in water, which creates an environment conducive to fermentation that eats away at the mucilage, or nectar type gel, covering the seeds. After this “bath,” the seeds are no longer sticky and are then dried for several days before being bagged up. In a Honey Process, the coffee fruits are harvested, pulped and then immediately laid out to dry. The mucilage stays on the seed throughout the whole drying process, which takes around 20 days, and is the cause of the incredible sweet and, well, honey-like, nectary flavors you find in this coffee.

No honey is actually used in the production of Chica Bean’s Honey Process, although with its natural sweetness, it wouldn’t be surprising if there was!

TRACEABILITY

  • $2.30 Farm Gate Parchment
  • C Price at purchase: $1.25 FOB Oro

COFFEE SUGGESTIONS

The subtle and intriguing flavors are the best part of this specialty coffee. It is a clean cup with a silky body that’s on the lighter side. This coffee is phenomenal brewed in most methods. Pour Over and Drip devices highlight its characteristics better than heavier methods like Moka Pots. We recommend always trying the first 2 sips of your cup of coffee without any additives to experience its natural goodness. After, if it’s your preference, a bit of sweetener doesn’t harm this coffee. Because of its delicate nature, we do not recommend adding milk.

Additional information

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Coffee Characteristics

Sweet Apricot, Cacao Tea, Molasses, and Bright Citrus with a Silky Body and Addictive Finish

Roast Level

Medium

Process

Natural

Producer

Doña Maritza Roque

Farm

Finca la Hierba Buena

Growing Region

New Oriente

Location

San Pedro Pinula, Jalapa, Guatemala

Coffee Varieties

Catuaí, Caturra, Pache

Altitude

1475-1600 MASL

Shade Coverage

20%

Roaster

Evelin Tupul, @ Chica Bean Roastery, in Santa Lucía Milpas Altas, Sacatepequez, Guatemala

Shipping

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Freshness

Your coffee will be roasted 1 or 2 days before it is shipped to you directly from our roastery in Guatemala. After leaving us, it usually takes around 3 days to arrive at your doorstep, meaning you receive your coffee within a week of it being roasted

Size

12oz, 5lb

Grind Options

Whole Bean, Coarse (French Press), Medium Coarse, Medium, Fine

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