Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you feel like an early bedtime-- either way, this sweet, silky Honduran decaf has got you covered. We love the candied pecan flavor in this light roast— or should we say, this “night light” roast...
This year's Nightcap is a Honduran coffee from the COCAFCAL co-op, which brings together about 80 members-farmers from the Copan area of Honduras. Led by Manager Omar Rodriguez, the co-op has worked to improve both quality and sustainability over the last few years and done both successfully. COCAFCAL has also obtained Fair Trade, Organic and Rainforest Alliance certification all while dramatically improving the flavor of their harvest.
"I brewed this coffee in a french press and the favor profile really came out. The flavor profile is really complex. I didn't taste the raisin (and am okay with that) but it has a rich almost fruity chocolate taste. I made ice coffee with the rest of the french press pot and it was delicious!" (5 out of 5)
"Now this is my kind of roast. Very complex and sweet with what tastes like to me, caramel and chocolate notes. It's a very rich flavor. Perfect with a tad of milk and honey. Would definitely repurchase this one. " (5 out of 5)