DECAF HONDURAS CAPUCASMayorga Organics
Grind Types Chart
The freshest and most preferred method for those who have a grinder at home.
Coarse (French Press)
This grind size is what you need to make a mean french press or a smooth well extracted cold brew.
If you are brewing that Mayorga magic on a Chemex this is the grind size for you. This grind is also great for units with metal filters.
If you are brewing on any home brewer or a flat bottom pourover system (Kalita Wave) this is the grind size that was made for you.
This is our favorite size grind for anyone using a cone pourover system with a paper filter (Hario v60, Melitta, Clever, Beehouse). Our baristas call this one, "the sweet spot."
If you are using a vacuum pot, siphon or refillable k-cup pod you want this grind size for optimal brewing.
This grind is suitable for home and commercial espresso machines and stove top espresso, like a moka pot.
CAPUCAS SMALL FARMER CO-OP
Roast Profile: Medium
Cupping Notes: Maple/Chocolate/Plum
Medium body with undertones of maple and honeysuckle, notes of sweet chocolate and nuts, with a bright, balanced citric acidity and abundant fruit flavors of peach and ripe plum.
Certifications: 100% Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, Kosher,
Manufactured with 100% Wind Energy
All our coffees are specialty-grade, high grown, 100% Arabica.
The Capucas Cooperative is arguably one of the most progressive organic coffee cooperatives in the world. Their leadership has been almost obsessive about protecting the environment and focusing on growing the best quality coffee--and complimentary crops--that they possibly can. This quality is reflected in every cup of coffee and noticeable as you drive through the community and see the carefully manicured and meticulously managed organic farms. We're proud to have a relationship with Capucas that goes back many years.
Region: San Pedro de Capucas, Copán
Cooperative: Cooperativa Cafetalera Capucas Limitada "COCAFCAL"
Number of members: 950
Elevation: 4,000-5,420 feet above sea level
Varietals: Catuaí, Caturra, Borbón, Pacamara, Paca
Harvest Season: November-March