Our special selection for this month features coffee from two [...]
Arabica coffee is also more nature friendly. It grows best in the natural shade of the forests. This means that it protects the natural biodiversity of the land where it was grown. Robusta is usually grown on its own, directly under the sun, with little or no natural shade.
Coffee from each of these six distinct regions has its own characteristics. They each produce high quality export coffee, and you cannot really say that one area is better than another. Yet it is true that some areas have a stronger reputation for excellent quality coffee than others.
As you can tell, most coffee from Honduras is both, high-altitude and shade-grown coffee. This is a winning combination for exceptionally fine coffee with unique notes. Enjoy your Honduran coffee by joining our community at the Coffee Box Club! What a perfect way to start a great day every morning!