Capucas is a blend of coffee from the mountains of El Cerro del Celaque, located between the Honduran states of Lempira, Ocotepeque and Copán. Celaque has an elevation ranging from 3,200 to 9,400 ft. There are numerous farming towns throughout Celaque, including the town of Marcala, famous for its organic Arabica beans. The main varieties grown are catuai, parainema, IHCAFE 90 and lempira.
Cafe Copán is a mild yet full-bodied High Grown (HG) coffee from the highlands of western Honduras. The warm days and cool nights of western Honduras, combined with fertile soil and fresh mountain air, make a splendid place to grow coffee.
Montes de Oro
Montes de Oro is located in the city of San Nicolás, in the Honduran state of Santa Bárbara. Santa Bárbara has an average elevation of around 2,000 ft and is one of the largest coffee exporters in Latin America. Santa Bárbara produces coffees of all varieties, from stock to specialty grades and everything in between.
Area of the Agalta
The Agalta mountains are located in the eastern part of Honduras, near the states of El Paraíso and Francisco Morazán. The Agalta has a more tropical climate and altitudes that range from 1,800 and 2,354 metres (over 7,600 ft). Common varieties include Bourbon, Caturra, and Typica.
Coffee from this region offers diverse tropical fruit flavors, with a caramel and chocolate fragrance, a delicate but pronounced acidity, and a sweet aftertaste. Coffee from nearby El Paraíso has, generally speaking, sweet, citric, and smooth cup profiles.