Lars and Margo #OOH Organic Honduran Single Estate Coffee





Single Origin

This coffee not to be confused with the Melado Honduran.

Farmed by Bernard Ornilla on his 3.5ha farm in north west Honduras. Bernard founded his own farm in 2012 after a background in social ethical financing of sustainable agricultural organisations, specifically with Fair Trade and Organic coffee organisations in Latin America.

With Bernards pedigree it is no surprise that his coffee is certified both Fair Trade and Organic. He invests heavily in developing his specialty coffee, experimenting on the selection of varieties but also on the techniques in fertilizing, pruning, shadow management and harvesting. With the coffee collected he conducts different processes: washed, honey, natural and anaerobic fermentation. Experimentation that we think you will agree is well worth all of his effort.

Medium Roast

Country: Honduras

Region: Talgua, Lempira

Altitude: 1600-1650m

Process: Natural

Tasting notes: Spiced Apple and Lemon Peel with Milk Chocolate Finish

Cup Score: 87.25

Bernard is also extremely pro-active on the social impact of his farm, sharing the income of the farm with the farm workers, providing them with training on coffee farm management and helping their children with grants to follow up their educational studies.

Coffee Varieties: Catuai, Bourbon & Parainema

Additional information


Coarse Grind for Cafetiere, Extra Coarse for Cold Brew, Extra Fine Grind for Espresso, Fine Grind for Aeropress, Medium Grind for Drip, Whole Beans


1kg, 250g, 500g

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Lars & Margo only offer speciality coffee, be it a single origin or in our blends where every component coffee is a speciality bean in its own right. We source from around the world, moving with the harvests to bring you an ever changing selection of high quality coffee, whilst ensuring we always have our signature #001 Espresso Blend ready for you at a moments notice!
We seek to bring the world of speciality small batch coffee to a wide audience, in the most ethical and sustainable way as possible. In dealing with our farmers directly we are able to ensure they receive a fair price for their beans and in building a relationship they know they can entrust with us year after year, providing them with an equitable partnership.

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