Strawberry, Jasmine and Papaya
This coffee and farm is totally new for us however you are in very good hands. We have worked with Marysabel Caballero and her husband Moises Herrera for several years now and they are always developing and improving not just the coffees they grow but also the coffee communities they are part of in Honduras. They have just purchased a new farm simply named Tina.
Tina belonged to Marysabel’s father Fabio who now owns a smaller percentage, for him to enjoy and keep farming but in a less commercial sense as he now wants a slower pace in life. Marysabel and Moises have worked closely with Fabio for years and have developed many farms in the Marcala area in south west Honduras. The couple are deeply passionate about sustainable farming practices and the welfare of every member
of their staff. They have been extremely successful producing quality coffees and have contributed to the improving reputation of Honduran coffee, they really are a joy to work with.
When we think of ‘origin’, Kelston Round Hill is to us Synonymous. This lush grassy knoll just outside Bath with its clump of trees and views over Somerset, is not just our namesake, but the backyard of where our roastery was founded. It’s our origin, and it was there that our journey started. That Journey has taken us to distant origins with their own hills, on whose slopes some of the world’s greatest coffees are produced by the world’s best farmers.