Honduras Montgomery Melghem

 

We have a new lot of incredible coffee from our buddy Montgomery Melghem of COMSA in Honduras. He special sorted two sacks of this for us and we love it. When it is roasted and sold it will be gone for the year. 

Montgomery is a member of COMSA. Café Orgánico Marcala (COMSA) was founded in December of 2001 with a vision of creating new and alternative development opportunities for small-scale coffee farmers in the region of Marcala, Honduras. The organization originally brought together 69 small-scale farmers of Lenca origin who were interested in selling their coffee collectively under the umbrella of a rural credit union. Today, COMSA is 1200 members strong, with a waiting list of producers still hoping to join the organization. Their lead farmers continue to demonstrate effective, regenerative organic practices that are both improving productivity and protecting their plants from common diseases.

Notes: Hibiscus, Malt, and Pineapple
Process: Fully Washed
Farmer/Co-op: Montgomery Melghem/COMSA
Region: Marcala, Honduras
Elevation: Up to 1,600 meters (5,250 ft.)
Harvest: November-March

Honduras Montgomery Melghem

$20.00
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Honduras Montgomery Melghem

$20.00
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$20.00

 

We have a new lot of incredible coffee from our buddy Montgomery Melghem of COMSA in Honduras. He special sorted two sacks of this for us and we love it. When it is roasted and sold it will be gone for the year. 

Montgomery is a member of COMSA. Café Orgánico Marcala (COMSA) was founded in December of 2001 with a vision of creating new and alternative development opportunities for small-scale coffee farmers in the region of Marcala, Honduras. The organization originally brought together 69 small-scale farmers of Lenca origin who were interested in selling their coffee collectively under the umbrella of a rural credit union. Today, COMSA is 1200 members strong, with a waiting list of producers still hoping to join the organization. Their lead farmers continue to demonstrate effective, regenerative organic practices that are both improving productivity and protecting their plants from common diseases.

Notes: Hibiscus, Malt, and Pineapple
Process: Fully Washed
Farmer/Co-op: Montgomery Melghem/COMSA
Region: Marcala, Honduras
Elevation: Up to 1,600 meters (5,250 ft.)
Harvest: November-March