The Honduras bean has everything going for it, in a "too good to be true" sort of way. This is basically the 'Bachelor Of The Year' of coffees.
Both organic and ethically sourced, it's grown by farmers from a small fair trade collective in Las Copucas (Western Honduras) called COCAFCAL.
On the palette, this is one of the cleanest cups you'll have. Immediately noticeable is it's silky mouthfeel as it rolls over your tongue (not dissimilar to the famed Jamaican Blue Mountain). The flavours are neatly defined: a rich buttery base, followed by a cheerfully sweet finish.
We recommend a filter for this one, although espresso brings out different, equally tasty elements.