Honduras - COMICOVEL - Lífrænt - Fairtrade - 1kg
Honduras - COMICOVEL - Lífrænt - Fairtrade - 1kg
Honduras - COMICOVEL - Lífrænt - Fairtrade - 1kg
Honduras - COMICOVEL - Lífrænt - Fairtrade - 1kg
Honduras - COMICOVEL - Lífrænt - Fairtrade - 1kg
Honduras - COMICOVEL - Lífrænt - Fairtrade - 1kg
Honduras - COMICOVEL - Lífrænt - Fairtrade - 1kg
Honduras - COMICOVEL - Lífrænt - Fairtrade - 1kg
Honduras - COMICOVEL - Lífrænt - Fairtrade - 1kg
Honduras - COMICOVEL - Lífrænt - Fairtrade - 1kg

Honduras - COMICOVEL - Lífrænt - Fairtrade - 1kg

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 Land: Hondúras  /   Hérað: Opalaca fjöllin / 

Kaffibúgarður: Smáframleiðendur og meðlimir COMICOVEL vinnsla / Blue Harvest Project bændur / Tínsluaðferð: Handtínt   /   Yrki: Lempira / Vinnsluaðferð: Þvegið / Lífrænt ræktað / Fairtrade / Uppskerutímabil: Desember - Mars 

Hæð yfir sjávarmáli: 1500 m   /   Þyngd: 69kg í GrainPro

Bragðlýsingar: Appelsína, Dökkt súkkulaði, Brúnn sykur, djúsi, sætt

Kaffisagan:

The COMICOVEL cooperative—Cooperativa Mixta Cosecha Verde Limitada—in San Juan Intibucá is composed of smallholder producers who farm coffee with a focus on overall environmental sustainability. The co-op is the product of Catholic Relief Services’ Blue Harvest Project, which improves agroforestry management on farms throughout Central America and is headed by Geovanny Martinez and with Carlos Guevara acting as a consultant. To date, Blue Harvest has helped 1400 producers transform their farms into ecosystems that protect the forest and its freshwater sources.

COMICOVEL came into being specifically to bring together the Blue Harvest Project farmers who invested time and energy into improving their farms. The co-op was formed in 2016 and exported its first coffee in 2018.

COMICOVEL’s members’ properties are located in the Opalaca mountain ranges across the Intibuca and Lempira Departments. The dry mountains are generally planted with pine trees. Planting trees is a special focus of the co-op, along with their water management project. Producers process coffee using their basic depulping and fermentation infrastructures. Most have wooden hoppers for cherries with a concrete tank for fermentation. Coffee is fermented in the tanks for 18-24 hours and washed in washing channels. Most farmers dry their own coffee on concrete patios or sometimes also on raised beds in greenhouses for 14–20 days. The co-op has worked with these farmers for many years and provided technical assistance to increase productivity on the farms.