||Honduras Finca Santa Marta Pacamara Microlot 2010-11 Organic
||100% Pacamara varietal
Finca Santa Marta is located close to Victoria town in the Yoro District of Honduras. The 23 hectare farm was bought by the Hawit family in 1963, although the family started in the coffee business in 1920. Finca Santa Marta produces about 17 tonnes of organic coffee annually from the loamy soil some 1300 metres above sea level.
They produce two main varieties, Catuai and Pacamara, both of which have gained a great reputation. They have always achieved good results at the Cup of Excellence competition, coming 1st in 2006. Then Ana Lucia Hawit came 1st in the Honduran Barista Championship, and 15th in the WBC held in Copenhagen in 2008 using the family's own Finca Santa Marta coffee.
Just like the caturai version of this coffee, in the cup expect peaches with apples, melon and a lovely clean finish. But the pacamamra one brings the cream along to the party, adding a lovely peaches and cream finish.
Annual precipitation: 1,300 mm
Shade Trees Species: Guama, Liquidambar, wood trees, Guajiniquel and Musaceas
Water Source: Natural water sources from the farm
Number of Permanent Employees: 6
Number of Temporary Employees: 25
Processing System: Depulped with water, naturally demucilaged in concrete tanks, naturally washed in concrete tanks, natural sundried on patios
Coffee: Finca Santa Marta Pacamara
Farm: Finca Santa Marta
Varietal(s): 100% Pacamara
Altitude: 1250-1480 metres above sea level
Farm Size: 49.00 Hectares
Coffee growing area: 35.00 Hectares
Owner: Raúl and Munir Hawit
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