December 13

December 13

We first made contact with David very early on in our coffee journey and its fair to say that David’s coffee credentials could have been a bit intimidating to us, being so green in the industry. Our first conversation revealed that we had nothing to fear, humble and a wealth of knowledge and genuine passion for the coffee industry, David simply blew us away and made our collaboration a breeze. Since that December 2018 collaboration David has regularly reached out to us with interesting coffees to share, resulting in collaborations in September 2019 and October 2020.

Today, Society have provided us with a natural processed Honduras to share.

(Words by SocietyCoffee) Los Manguitos is a family-owned farm for the past twenty years. Hernan is the third generation of coffee producers in his family, so coffee runs in his blood. He has been working on farms since he was old enough to get involved. Los Manguitos has shown openness and interest to improve in every aspect, especially towards quality, however, they strongly believe in producing good quality coffee through good environmental and social practices. Hernan has 3 brothers who are also coffee producers, but they all run different side businesses, such as dairy cattle and a hardware store. He is a happily married man and a proud parent of 3 beautiful daughters. Wife and daughters support him in every way they can. 

We at Society Coffee is tasting merlot | butterscotch | orange zest in this coffee!

If you are wanting some buttery and full-body mouthfeel in your cuppa, this is the one to go! 

Grab yourself a bag here.

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