Honduras Finca La Unica Honey Process & Hill Tree Coffee Mug
Hill Tree Roastery LLC
Our story began with a mini-grant from a local nonprofit that helped us fund our initial launch. Only a few years later we would like to show our appreciation for the early support and pay it forward and help a woman-owned business by offering a mini-grant of our own and you can help us make it happen.
In our desire to support a woman-owned business, we have been able to source coffee from a Honduran farm owned by Leticia Lopez Hutchins. Leticia, a 5th generation coffee farmer, is proud to be an example for women everywhere by owning her own land and assuming a role typically reserved for men in Honduras.
With each purchase of this amazing coffee and mug set, we will contribute $5 to a mini-grant fund for the WV Women's Business Center in support of a woman-owned business. To deepen the impact, we are partnering with our friends at EPIC Mission, a coaching and consulting firm for entrepreneurs and nonprofits who have agreed to match our contributions from your purchases through the end of November! Cheers!
Sister farm to Finca Terrerito, located at 1400 meters above sea level under the watchful eye of Mount Tenan, the fifty-acre farm is home to rare micro-lots. Formerly a cattle farm, Finca La Unica was purchased in 2016 by Leticia, a 5th generation coffee farmer. Changes to infrastructure include the addition of sleeping quarters for 50 coffee pickers, bathrooms, and kitchens with clean water. Visit La Unica and you'll find hidden gems throughout our gorgeous rows of coffee trees, whether it be stunning views, cacao trees, lemons the size of your head, or wild berries
A very smooth cup served at a medium roast. One may pick up hints of blackberry, apricot, green apple, black tea, and floral notes. This honey processed bean is truly delicious.