Honduras Andre Fernandez Pacas Honey

Honduras Andre Fernandez Pacas Honey

Honduras Andre Fernandez Pacas Honey

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SCA Cupping Score: 86.00

CUPPING NOTES: Blackcurrant, cacao, baking spice, dried citrus, stonefruit, caramel

ORIGIN: Honduras 


VILLAGE: Las Flores  

FARM: Don Andres  

PRODUCER: Nahun Fernandes

ALTITUDE: 1,500 – 1,580 masl 


SOIL: Loam  


DRYING: Solar Dryer  


Nahun Fernández is an award-winning producer whose family has farmed the same land for four generations.   
Nahun and his four brothers were introduced to the rigors of coffee growing from an early age, serving as a foundation of support to their father and grandfather as they worked to establish themselves as producers. The farmland, located in a remote part of northwestern Honduras removed from road access, relied on mules to carry coffee and supplies back and forth over rugged and steep terrain.  
As they came of age, their father, Andres, endowed each of his sons with a parcel of land, of less than one hectare, to begin their own journey as producers. Today, the Fernández brothers live alongside each other growing coffees and processing their lots at their father’s micro mill. The combined family estate is named after Don Andres, who continues to play a central role. Coffees from Finca Don Andres are primarily processed by him and produced variously by members of the family, including Andres himself. 
As well as his passion for cultivation, Nuhan enriched the family legacy through his mastery of post-harvest techniques to improve the quality and range of lots produced; knowledge and skills he also shared with the surrounding community. An innovative processor, Nuhan has placed in the Honduras Cup of Excellence competition three times.   
The land the Fernández family farm is named after their father. The dense cloud forests of the Santa Barbara Mountain often shroud Finca Don Andres in dense fog, where altitude combined with cool temperatures create a unique microclimate for growing. Cultivation is buoyed by meticulous care to preserve the environment and ensure employees are supported through training and individual focus.  
Cherries are depulped on the same afternoon after picking. Selected parchment is placed in tanks for a mild fermentation of 18 hours, then transferred to a parabolic solar dryer for around 18-22 days with a percentage of the mucilage intact. Defective or unripe beans are removed by hand during the drying cycle. 

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