Grown on a farm located 4,845 feet over the mountains of Sinuapa, Ocotepeque, this bean gets its name from the farmer's great grandmother - who always told her husband (the original farmer) that he was going to kill the local chestnut trees when he planted his coffee beans. Las Mataras means "the kill".
Region: Sinuapa, Ocotepeque, Honduras
Tasting Notes: Apples, Cocoa, Raisins
Single Origin - Direct Trade
Small Batch Roasted in Michigan
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