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In the highlands of the Huehuetenango region of Guatemala, Jorge Mendez, and many other coffee farmers, have long relied on bees to pollinate their coffee flowers. These coffee flowers from the El Apiario and neighboring Finca Vista Hermosa farms are the primary nectar source for this single origin micro-lot honey. Similar to the coffee grown in this part of the world the honey tastes delicate and smells distinctly floral, with notes of lavender and jasmine up front, and an undertone of cinnamon. This thick, golden honey is 100% raw, unfiltered and unpasteurized - some jars may appear cloudier than others, but this is normal.
Tasting notes: a subtle sweetness with delicate lavender notes. Pairs well with coffee, tea, cheese
Crystalization: Three things make honey more likely to crystallize:
To turn your Coffee Blossom Honey back into a smooth liquid put your honey in a vessel of warm water and allow it to slowly liquify.
NOTE: Raw honey is not suitable for infants.
Varietal: Caturra, Colombia
Cupping Notes: Mandarin Orange, Hazelnut, Milk Chocolate
From: Olam Specialty Coffee
Excelso grade coffee from grower Luz Elena Trejo and the Santa Cecilia farm located in the Chachagui municipality of Colombia's Narino department. Growing altitude for this coffee is 2,050 masl and varieties include Caturra and Colombia. Coffees undergo a traditional fermentation for 14 hours before being dried on raised beds for 4 days.