seasonal
Alma

Agua Fria

Sweet & Inviting

Medium Single Origins

Alma's team in Honduras works with farmer Sergio Molino to get this coffee from the remote village of Agua Fria all the way to the US. It's full of brown sugar flavor with background notes of plum and chocolate.

Flavor Profile

Roast Level

Medium

Tasting Notes

Brown Sugar

Ripe Fruit

Milk Chocolate

Origin

Country Of Origin

Honduras

Sub Region

San Sebastian

Process

Washed
About the Roaster

Though Alma Coffee was founded in Georgia in 2018, its story began long ago and far away. Fourth and fifth-generation coffee farmers in Honduras, Al Lopez and daughter Leticia Hutchins extended their family legacy to bring you the freshest coffee straight from their farms to your cup. Along with Leticia’s husband, Harry, this Veteran-owned family roaster was built on the pillars of improving lives, sustainable practices, and putting its heart and soul, or Alma in Spanish, into extraordinary coffee.

Location

Canton, GA

Fun Fact

Directly from its family coffee farms in Honduras, this roaster pours the entirety of its heart and soul (or Alma in Spanish) into your cup of coffee.

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About the Roaster

Alma

Canton, GA

Though Alma Coffee was founded in Georgia in 2018, its story began long ago and far away. Fourth and fifth-generation coffee farmers in Honduras, Al Lopez and daughter Leticia Hutchins extended their family legacy to bring you the freshest coffee straight from their farms to your cup. Along with Leticia’s husband, Harry, this Veteran-owned family roaster was built on the pillars of improving lives, sustainable practices, and putting its heart and soul, or Alma in Spanish, into extraordinary coffee.
Fun Fact
Directly from its family coffee farms in Honduras, this roaster pours the entirety of its heart and soul (or Alma in Spanish) into your cup of coffee.