Honduras

Roberto Sabillon Espresso

Green Apple · Hazelnut · Bing Cherry

$20.00

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Green apple is the first note we taste in this coffee, but we definitely would say it's more sweet than sour. There is rich hazelnut in the body of the coffee, and that bing cherry in the finish is right in stone fruit season sweetness.

Earlier in the year, we had another variety on our menu from Roberto Sabillon. This variety, same farm but different in the flavor profile. This coffee is excellent for pairing with food and even a fantastic base for coffee cocktails.


Roast Level

  • Coffee Details
    Producer

    Roberto Sabillon

    Country

    Honduras

    Region

    Las Flores, Santa Barbara

    Cultivar

    Parainema

    Years of Purchase

    6 Years

    Process

    Washed

    Elevation

    1480-1545 Meters

    Harvest

    February-May

    Tasting Notes

    Green Apple, Hazelnut, Bing Cherry

    Brew Method

    Espresso

    Brew Recipe

    In: 19.7-20 grams of coffee
    Time: 22-25 seconds
    Out: 28-34 grams of coffee

  • Farmlevel Story

    Farmlevel

    From The Santa Barbara region of Honduras comes another delicious coffee from Roberto Sabillon. We have enjoyed purchasing coffees from this farm, Miraflores, for over six harvest seasons. This year's selection is the ripest cherries from Miraflores, of which Roberto has grown up around his entire life. His experience is vast—over 25 years in the production of coffee—with the last ten years focusing on specialty grades like this very selection of Parainema. This Parainema is just one of the many varieties grown on Roberto's farm, where he also produces a large volume of pacas. His farm is situated in Las Flores, which regionally is beautiful, with steep elevations and fogs rolling in, creating an echo chamber of ideal growing conditions for coffee.

    This last year, Honduras and specifically this region experienced harsh storms that destroyed many coffee crops and surrounding houses/farms. The devastation was vast, but with the help of fundraised support, progress on rebuilding has already begun, and there is hope to rebuild homes and farmland that was lost.

    Roberto Sabillon thoroughly washes his coffee before drying on raised beds to push out the vibrant and rare flavors we've come to know and love from Santa Barbara, Honduras.

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Sean M.

Roberto Sabillon Espresso

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Alex D.
Solid, good

A good espresso!

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