Tasting Notes: Clean, nicely balanced cup. Bright, juicy citrus with notes of semisweet chocolate and caramel sweetness.
This coffee is named after Cerro Azul Meambar National Park, a 400 square kilometer park roughly 50 km north of Siguatepeque. The park is found on the eastern banks of the famous Yojoa Lake and plays a vital role role in generating electric power for the country, supplying over 50% of the water for the El Cajon Dam in Honduras.
Cerro Azul is a Strictly High Grown blend composed of Catuai, Pacas and Caturra varietals grown at 1300-1700 meters above sea level.
Altitude: 1300+ masl