Chocolate, Golden Syrup and Stone Fruit
Unit Fourteen is all about seasonality and freshness in coffee. As the harvests change throughout the year we will be changing Unit Fourteen.
We have bought coffees from this lesser known region of Honduras before and are thrilled to present this new find for you. Intibuca is a department in south west of Honduras and all the 60 producers who are part of the collective own farms between the towns of Masaguara and Intibuca. In this collective a typical producer will grow 20 to 50 bags of coffee per year (1.5 -3.5 tonnes) and own their own small mill and African beds for drying their coffee. There is constant investment in the farms and the dedication towards producing better quality coffee stands the producers in good stead to grow the value and awareness of coffees from their region.
Altitude1600m - 2000m
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.