[Single] Honduras El Aguacate Washed Lempira - SOLD OUT
[Single] Honduras El Aguacate Washed Lempira - SOLD OUT
[Single] Honduras El Aguacate Washed Lempira - SOLD OUT
[Single] Honduras El Aguacate Washed Lempira - SOLD OUT

[Single] Honduras El Aguacate Washed Lempira - SOLD OUT

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Description

Finca El Aguacate

Finca El Aguacate was established 25 years ago by the producer Tomas Soza Calderon and his family. In 2017 after the death of Tomas Soza, the farm was divided among his four male children, generating four lots of land and retaining the name of “El Aguacate” in the lot now owned by Nelson Soza Euceda, one of the four children, the plantation contains tress that are10 years old, and averages an annual production of 60 qq of dry parchment. The parcel of land is just 1.4 hectares, and situated at 1600 metres above seal level. After hand picking the cherry is processed and slowly over 10 days in solar dryers. The farm being some distance from Nelson’s residence means that carrying materials and organic agricultural practice is more complicated and expensive, especially during the rainy season. While the coffee is not certified organic, Nelson makes use of the coffee by-products, such as cherry skin, to make his own natural fertilizer, reducing waste and saving on costs. The farm is maintained to organic standards.The farm is located about 3 kilometers from the Nelson Soza’s residence, in a community called Las Aradas in the municipality of San Jerónimo, Comayagua, Honduras.Nelson was born in the late 1970’s, and along with his wife has fathered four boys, currently aged 18, 14, 11 and 5 years respectively. The cultivation of coffee for this family represents their heritage and livelihood, since more than 90% of their income depends on the sale of coffee. Nelson Soza has been an active member of the COAPROCL cooperative since November 2017, where, in agreement with his brothers, he took the place of his father Tomas Soza Calderon, who unfortunately died in October of that same year. Nelson currently serves as vice-president of the COAPROCL board of directors.

 

Roaster's Thoughts

Honduras is one of Central American countries where great coffees are produced. Its highland and microclimate make their coffees so beautiful. This coffee, El Aguacate is very clean and well balanced coffee that gives you a warm and comfortable coffee experience.

 

How this coffee is roasted

This coffee is light roasted but slightly more developed to enhance its sweetness and balanced quality.

 

Basic Information

  • Origin: Honduras

  • Region: Samaria

  • Farm: Finca El Aguacate

  • Altitude: 1,500-1,700masl

  • Variety: Lempira

  • Process: Washed

  • Best Ageing Window: 16-23 days

  • Best as: Espresso, Pourover Filter

 

How to brew this coffee

  • Espresso: 20g dose, 42g beverage yield, 28s extraction time

  • Flavour Profile: Orange, malt, cacao

  • Milk: 23g dose, 42g beverage yield, 34s extraction time, 150g milk

  • Flavour Profile: Orange, toffee, milk chocolate

  • Pourover Filter: 15g dose, 45g water + 30s blooming, 1m 50s extraction time, total 225g water

  • Brewing Method: Chanho-Tornado (CLICK HERE TO SEE DETAILS OF THE BREWING METHOD)

  • Flavour Profile: Orange, toffee, cherry, hazelnut

Roasting Date & Dispatch

A. We do our production roasting on every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (except public holidays), and roasted coffees are stored in the warehouse for a few days for the dispatch of orders. 

B. All the coffees are sent from the stock(warehouse) unless it requires a specific roasting date. Thus, the coffees you will receive will be between 2 and 7 days after the roasting. 

C. If a specific roasting date is requested, it might take a little longer (1-2 days) to get delivered.

D. All orders are dispatched on the next day (except public holidays). 

Refund & Delivery Policy

Returns are only accepted with prior approval from Normcore Coffee where a return authority number will be issued and must be with 14 days of invoice as this coffee is a fresh product. A 15% restocking fee applies and the item must be unused and the packaging in new condition.

Coffee Beans: should be undamaged, the bag should not be opened, should be stored as whole bean condition(ground bean is not accepted).

Equipment: should be undamaged, the package should not be opened.Normcore Coffee will also accept returns in accordance with New South Wales and Australian law. 

Delivery

We have a free shipping for all purchases over $40. Any orders under $40 will be charged $9.5(NSW, ACT), $11(VIC, QLD), $13(NT, WA, SA, TAS) for a regular shipping by Australia Post. This usually takes 3-5 business days(NSW) and the other states might take longer than this depending on the demands at the Australia Post.

Express shipping is available everywhere in Australia and takes 1-3 business days to arrive. The fee is varied depending on the location of the delivery. Furthermore, the free shipping for over $40 value does not correspond to the express shipping. Please understand that the interstate delivery fees are increased due to the increase from Australia Post.

Pickup From Store option is available once a week. All the orders placed before Sunday 23:59 are going to be delivered on Tuesday and be ready to be picked up.