Near the Honduras's border with El Salvador is a region home to a collective group of farmers who grow a mirage of coffee cherry varieties, highlighting the different flavor characteristics in each cup. Many natural coffees scream "natural!", with intense sweetness, and complex funk. We love that this coffee is also very balanced. The natural process here lends itself to smooth, round flavors and developed sweetness. We tasted chocolate fudge, Black Forest cake, and Meyer lemon.
Bag Size: 8 oz (227 g)
Roast: Light Roast
Elevation: 1,650 MASL
Varietal: Lempira, Catuai, Pacas, IHCAFE90
Roaster Tasting Notes: Brownie, Fudge, Milk Chocolate, Cranberry, Raspberry
We Tasted: Chocolate Fudge, Black Forest Cake, Meyer Lemon
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Little Wolf Coffee began roasting in 2016 in the small town of Ipswich, MA, naming their business after their Siberian Husky. They operate on a philosophy of high quality sourcing, careful roasting, and the belief that a cup of coffee is only as good as the company you share it with.
Little Wolf uses a Orea pour-over, brewed with a 1:17 ratio in about 3:20 minutes. For espresso, they recommend 18 grams in and 45 grams out in about 30 seconds!