Victrola Coffee – Honduras Santa Barbara Caracolillo Located in the town of Peña Blanca and run by agronomist Angel Arturo Paz, Beneficio San Vicente has processed numerous Cup of Excellence winners from the surrounding villages of El Cielito, El Cedral, and Las Flores in recent years. The coffees from these areas are known for their sweetness, … Continue reading "Victrola Coffee – Honduras Santa Barbara Caracolillo"
We are proud to introduce you to the brave women of Hinga Kawa Women’s Coffee.
The journey of both the producers and product are fully traceable by a third party
There are many things that contribute to the final taste of the coffee in your cup every morning. Among those are: freshness of the coffee (both from harvest and roast date), grind size, brewing options, terrior, etc. Two factors that play a huge role are the coffee processing and coffee roasting. Victrola Coffee has partnered … Continue reading "Victrola Coffee – Honey, Natural, Washed Costa Rican Coffee"
Photo courtesy of Victrola Coffee. Geisha, or gesha, holds the record for the most expensive arabica varietal at coffee auctions, bringing in $170 per pound in 2010. This is because of the plant’s relative rarity and low crop yield. Most of the arabica coffee grown is either the typica or bourbon varietal, both of which … Continue reading "Colombia Valle del Cauca Cerro Azul Geisha"