New arrivals – El Salvador Finca Kilimanjaro, Guatemala Antigua Puerta Verde Bourbon, Honduras Org. Daniel Ordoñez III Microlot

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New arrivals today: First up is the eagerly awaited El Salvador Finca Kilimanjaro. We received a reduced amount and have limited sales to 1 or 2 pounds. Read the full review but expect a bright Central with almost African character; mint, winey fruit, and tea-like tastes. Next up is the Guatemala Antigua Puerta Verde Bourbon. Want to find out what’s behind the “green door/puerta verde”? You’ll find an Antigua with apple notes in the profile and a nice balance of aroma/flavors ranging from caramel to malt. Lastly we are adding Honduras Organic – Daniel Ordoñez III Microlot, a balanced Central and a crowd-pleaser with nuts flavors at light and dark roasts, cola sweetness at a darker roast.

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2 Responses to “New arrivals – El Salvador Finca Kilimanjaro, Guatemala Antigua Puerta Verde Bourbon, Honduras Org. Daniel Ordoñez III Microlot”


  1. 1 spasticnapjerk

    Thompson, I read your two Honduras trip reports (on the main SM site) with great interest, as I’m about to move there. I can’t wait to gather green beans from the various fincas. Thank you so much for taking the time to put your travels on the www.

    I asked the members of the Living In Honduras Yahoo group what kind of tree that is with the odd green fruit. It’s a Jicaro tree. Now you can update your web page!

    Drew Shuller
    Tulsa, OK

  2. 2 Thompson

    Thanks for the information Drew. The potential in Honduras is great, but there have been so many problems in logistics. I think our recent Honduras microlots offer some real hope … have fun in Hondo. -Tom

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