This is Leticia Lopez's Honey Process brought to you by Alma Coffee. This Black Honey processed coffee was sourced from the growing region of Copan in Honduras and was produced by Leticia Lopez Hutchins at 1,400 meters above sea level.
Seems quite flavorful, different.. .debating if I like it or not
easily one of my favorite coffees i have ever tasted
Loved how complex and tea like the coffee tasted, very funky
Perfection. Balanced yet complex due to the honey process. Perfect for pour over. Flavor profile is unique and becomes sweeter as is cool. Only drawback for me is it's a little on the light side. Let's see if the curator is a real thing... ;)
This coffee was really wonderful. Complex black tea tannins and a bright acidity made this a perfect pour over. I liked this coffee so much I will likely order more from them.
Grape and plum flavors. Tiny bit of green wood. Light and mellow.
Great plum and grape flavor!
Not a fan
I found this coffee to be too light and fruity. I wanted to pick something outside my comfort zone so I’m glad I tried it but would never drink it again.
Light, little too fruity but good with French press
Don't usually rate coffees like you ask cause I'm lazy but my first sip elicited an audible "oh snap, that's good" I didn't actually say "snap".
Awesome coffee! Fruity, flavorful. Interesting while still being easy to drink.