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Colombia | Honey Medina | Caturro Honey

Regular price $24.99
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Roast & Flavor Profile


Level: Medium | Agtron: # 62 - 69

Coffee Details

Taste Notes: Red and Dark Fruits

Process: Honey

Roast Profile: Medium

Producer: Franco Lopéz

Farm: La Mina (Honey Medina)

Origin: Narino

Varietal: Caturro & Castillo

Altitude: 2,010 masl

Roast Days & Orders

Next Roast Dates: (all coffee sent will be within five days of roast date)

  • This a very limited coffee which may only be roasted a few times a month and is highly dependent on the number of orders that come in.

Confirmed Roast Dates:

  1. 1/13/23
  2. 2/3/23
  3. 2/24/23

Orders: All orders placed will be shipped the next day (excluding Sunday) if there is inventory; otherwise, your order will go out on our next roast day each Saturday.

  • Flavor Profile

    Red and Dark Fruits

  • Process


  • Roast Profile


  • Origin

    Nariño, Colombia

  • Varietal

    Caturro & Castillo

  • Altitude

    2,010 masl

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About The Coffee

One of the standout experiences from our visit to the Specialty Coffee Association Expo was discovering the honey-processed coffee from Honey Medina farm in Nariño, offered by In Conexus. This coffee perfectly encapsulated the qualities Nick and I always look for. It featured a robust body akin to that of a naturally processed coffee, with pronounced notes of red and dark fruits. It maintained a cleaner taste than a natural process while preserving the expected body of such coffees.

The honey processing method, when masterfully done, brings together the best attributes of both natural and washed coffees, and the Honey Medina honey coffee is a prime example of this mastery. Its flavor profile is exactly what we think will appeal greatly to our customers. For the best taste experience, we suggest brewing this coffee as an espresso, which is also excellent for milk-based drinks, or as a pour-over.

About the Producer

Franco Lopéz has lived in La Mina for many years; in fact,
he inherited the farm from his parents. He says that he decided to dedicate his whole life to coffee because he wants to maintain his family's tradition. In addition, every day, he finds a new way to improve the production of coffee, even in small steps.

In the farm, you can find it is organized by plot, the age of the coffee trees, and varietal. You can also find other types of plantations, such as corn, kidney beans, bananas, oranges, and tangerines. On the other hand, he feels grateful for this product, since, thanks to coffee, Franco's family has been united for a long time because he shares the land with his brothers, and they are enthusiastic about the quality of coffee.

This family has been pleasantly surprised by their performance in different contests, such as the Cup of Excellence, where they emerged victorious. They felt their many years of effort and constant learning from processing had been rewarded. Also, they have been working hard to improve infrastructure and their village road. This family's primary purpose is to integrate agricultural regenerative practices into their farm to recover the soil. He hopes to keep sharing his knowledge and passion with his family and community to produce better coffee!

Why In Conexus

In Conexus stands out as a source for exceptionally high-quality Colombian coffees
sourced from various regions across the country. Their approach involves building alliances with small growers and groups, emphasizing fair and direct relationships with a sharp focus on quality. In Conexus invests back into the communities they work with through a wide array of programs like their Women’s Power, Peace and Sustainability, School of Cupping, and certification programs. We encourage you to read the wonderful work In Conexus does on the ground and why they make for such a strong partner

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the roast date printed?

Yes, our roast date is printed on the bottom of each bag.

Is the coffee roasted to order?

Yes, we currently roast all orders twice a week (Tuesday and Saturday).

Is coffee seasonal like produce?

Just like produce, coffee can have multiple seasons and harvests depending on the country of origin. We source all our raw materials during the current and optimal season.

Where do you currently source your coffee from?

Brazil, Colombia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Costa Rica, Sumatra, Honduras, Nicaragua