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Organic coffee Marcala Ceiba 1Kg

HONDURAS

€37.60
€33.84 Save-10%

Score 85+

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Tasting note 

Marcala Ceiba is a coffee from organic farming with character but which remains very consensual. We appreciate the careful work of this cooperative, a historical player in organic coffee farming.

  • On the nose: notes of white flowers and peaches.
  • In the mouth: a smooth body, balance and a dark chocolate finish. A lively and balanced coffee.
  • Roasting : this coffee is roasted for espresso.

So-called "espresso" roasting is recommended for the following coffee makers and packaging :

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What is a score?

Our range is segmented by Score: 80+, 85+, 88+

We owe the "scores" to the "Specialty Coffee Association of America" ​​which has defined a very strict rating protocol to assess the quality of specialty coffee. This rating allows industry players and amateurs to have a common language. During this tasting protocol, the main criteria for evaluating a coffee are noted: smell, aroma, aftertaste, acidity, body, harmony, purity ... The final score classifies the coffee in a hierarchy specific to coffee specialty. The coffee must reach a minimum score of 80/100 to be considered a specialty coffee.

The details of the scores attributed to the specialty coffee:


*The SCAA calls the 90+ "Outstanding". We believe that an 88+ reflects an already exceptional quality and represents the excellence of the sector. As such, it is a Grand Cru.


Sourcing note

The Marcala region, southwest of La Paz is known for the exceptional quality of its coffees, possibly the best in Honduras. Today, we mainly find Typica plantations, a variety that has adapted particularly well to the climate and altitude.

What is a speciality coffee?

As its name suggests, specialty coffee brings together specific characters:Care taken in the choice of terroirRigor in the selection of botanical varieties usedControl of cultivation and harvesting methodsRespect of the fermentation, drying and sorting process.