impctcoffee Honduras Santa Rosa Preground 2.5oz "Perfect Pots"

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This is something a little different from our usual lighter whole bean offering - impact trade preground "Perfect Pot" portion packs. 

Like with everything we do, these were at one point an enterprise only offering - a way to get companies off their stale and mass-produced commodity frac packs. These are a beautiful specialty coffee from Finca Santa Rosa in Honduras, micro-roasted to a shockingly sweet dark roast, precisely pre-ground to drip maker spec, and then packed in nitrogen-flushed bags for exceptional freshness.

These are perfect for a few different kinds of people. Don't have a grinder? This is an incredible way to make fresh pots of specialty coffee without the hassle of having to dose and grind. Are you a fan of a more developed Philz-like dark roast? These are right up your alley, remaining super sweet with little bitterness even at this roast level. Take your coffee with cream and sugar? This is the perfect base for that.

This is for a case of 36 "Perfect Pot" packs. Each pack makes a full 1.2L (0.33 gallon) pot of coffee.

Want to try? If you place an order for anything else on the website indicate that you'd like to try a Perfect Pot pack and we'll throw one or two in for you.

Farm Information

Beneficio Santa Rosa is the powerhouse of western Honduras, boasting one of the most state-of-the-art dry mill operations in all of Central America. It starts with location. Santa Rosa de Copan has mild weather conditions, which makes for an ideal warehouse location for resting parchment and preparing coffee for export. Copan is the second largest growing region in Honduras, which means Beneficio Santa Rosa is well situated to receive coffee from many excellent sources. Most importantly, Beneficio Santa Rosa has a fully staffed cupping lab equipped to cup through thousands of samples and identify the potential for every coffee that is received. So it should be no surprise that Beneficio Santa Rosa has delivered an exceptional number of “Top Tier” micro-lots for Royal this season. This lot comes from the collaboration of three brothers in the Guevara family who cultivated and harvested their coffee on 350 acres in the community of San Andres within the Department of Lempira. The brothers use their own micro-mill to process harvested cherries, which allows for meticulous care in sorting, depulping, fermenting, and drying the coffee.