Our Roaster's Tasting Notes — Sweet Berry, Dark Chocolate

Welcome to a simple coffee. One that doesn’t demand your attention but you will regret it if you overlook it.  Some of the best things in life are some of the most overlooked.  You have been warned but for those who choose to journey down this road, you can never go back and in reality, you won’t want to.  Picture yourself in the country on a bright sunny day, nothing but the warmth of the sun on your face and the gentle sound of birds singing in the distance.  They are serenading you as you peacefully wander towards a small farm that spreads out in front of you.  As you walk down the lane and pass through the gate you see a giant oak tree with a rope swing swaying gently in the breeze.  Just beyond, your eyes fall on a perfectly cared for berry patch brimming with strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, and so many more deep yet vibrant colored berries that you may not even know.  In the back of the patch you see a cherry tree loaded with beautiful plump red cherries.  You wander through plucking and eating berries as you pass, finally ending at the cherry tree where you get your fill. As time passes and you make your way out of the patch you are met by a table filled with the creamiest milk chocolate that you have ever laid eyes on.  At this point you vow to yourself to remember this day and the taste experience for the rest of your life!  Yep, that’s actually what this coffee tastes like.  It is so wonderful you simply have to experience it to live it.

Roast Level


Can I get this as Decaf?  No 


Marcala is known for the production of coffee, and ‘Cafe de Marcala’ was the first protected origin denomination for coffee in Honduras. Bon Cafe has selected the best of its Micro Lots and blended them to create a regional coffee that embodies the heart and soul of the La Paz region. 

Bean & Processing Info

The Honduras La Paz is a special lot, customized by Bon Cafe in San Pedro Sula. They have partnered with several small producers from Marcala, within the region of La Paz.