Café De Mi Pueblo offers a wide range of coffee varieties at different heights and very well-differentiated micro lots. All of our products are single bean, 100% Honduran coffee.
Our coffee is generally described as having a full-bodied with a sweet and mild taste. Historically, Honduran coffee was often used as a base for coffee blends. However, in recent years, it has come into its own and is now highly sought after.
Café De Mi Pueblo purchases its coffee beans from independent coffee farmers throughout Honduras. Our products are certified by Fairtrade International, The Rainforest Alliance, and BIO LATINA to ensure customers that our coffees are ethically sourced in a responsible, sustainable manner that protects the welfare of our farmers and the environment.
- Stock Lots
- Micro Lots Especial
All varieties come in 152-pound bags (69kg).
- Growing Altitude: 1100 – 1650 meters above sea level
- Arabica Variety: Bourbon, Caturra, Typica, Catuai, Pacas
- Harvest Period: November – April
- Milling Process: Washed, Patio Dried
- Aroma: Vanilla, Hazelnut
- Body: Round, Medium
- Acidity: Soft and Balanced
Café De Mi Pueblo proudly serves Fairtrade certified products in support of the independent coffee farmers living in Honduras who supply our coffee beans. Fairtrade is a nonprofit organization that helps farmers across the globe achieve competitive prices for their products and protects them against market volatility. A Fairtrade certified product has met internationally agreed-upon standards which have been independently verified.
Rainforest Alliance Certified
Rainforest Alliance certification means a business has meet standards that require environmental, social and economic sustainability. Businesses that earn the Rainforest Alliance Certified™ seal are audited annually against a rigorous standard to ensure compliance with the criteria set by Rainforest Alliance.
Bio Latina Certified Organic
Bio Latina certifies organic coffee products in Latin America for sustainable practices. Bio Latina certifies Latin American products that are sold and exported to the United States on behalf of the USDA, so consumers in the United States can be guaranteed the product is pure organic coffee and meets all standards for USDA Organic certification.
Specialty Coffee Association Member
The Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) is a trade association that aims to make coffee a more sustainable, equitable and thriving activity for the whole value chain. The SCA also maintains coffee standards that define what products can be labeled specialty grade, green coffee. These coffees are grown in special and ideal climates, and are distinctive because of their full cup taste and little to no defects.
Green Coffee Association
The Green Coffee Association provides resources for individuals and companies dealing with the export, transport, storage, insuring, financing, importing, trading and/or roasting of green coffee.