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Honduras / Organic / Pablo Zalaya Sierra / Single Origin

Honduras / Organic / Pablo Zalaya Sierra / Single Origin

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Certification: Organic, Fair Trade

Cupping Notes: Medium Acidity, Smooth Body, Caramel, Citrus Fruit, Herbal.

Co-op: Cafescor

Region: Copan

Variety: Caturra, Red and Yellow, Catuai, Bourbon, and Lempira

Altitude: 1,400-1,600M

Process: Fully Washed and Sun Dried

Tasting Profile: Medium / Dark Roast

Farm Details: In 2014, 25 small coffee producers in the Casitas District, in the town of Corquin, Copan, formed the COOP called CAFESCOR – Cafes Especiales Corquin, S. A. de C. V. Since that time, the COOP has grown to over 131 partners farming over 400 cultivated hectares. With a wet mill in the community of Las Casitas and a dry mill in the community of Jimilile, the COOP partners are committed to continue growing and gaining recognition for excellence in coffee production.



Jacques-Louis David

Napolean Crossing The Alps, 1801

Pablo Zelaya Sierra (1896–1933) was a renowned Honduran artist and painter, whose significant contributions to the world of art are still celebrated today. Born in Ojojona, Honduras, he demonstrated an early passion for art and honed his skills at the School of Fine Arts in Costa Rica during 1918–1919. A pivotal moment in his artistic journey came when he secured a scholarship from the Spanish Cooperation Agency, allowing him to study at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid. Under the mentorship of prominent Spanish painters like Manuel Benedito and Daniel Vázquez Díaz, he flourished and exhibited his works at various prestigious venues in Europe. Zelaya Sierra authored an influential art manifesto titled "Aiming with a Pencil" in 1932, which remains a significant document in understanding the art of his era. His artistic vision ranged from Renaissance Chiaroscuro to cubism, and his oeuvre often delved into the socio-political realities of Honduras. Tragically, his life was cut short at the age of 36 due to a massive stroke, but his legacy lives on through the highest National Prize for Honduran artists, named in his honor, and his profound impact on the birth of modern art in Honduras. One of his most poignant works, "Brothers against Brothers," captures the harrowing essence of civil conflict, denouncing the pain and suffering inflicted upon fellow countrymen during turbulent times in Honduras. Pablo Zelaya Sierra's enduring artistic legacy continues to inspire and captivate art enthusiasts worldwide.


Our mission is to roast the best coffee and help our youth get exposure to inner-city arts programs. The perfect gift for coffee lovers and art lovers. All of our coffee comes in whole bean, ground drip, or espresso ground options.

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