Honey Cerro Dragon is produced by Ricardo Velvede 2012 he and a group of other producers were having major issues with coffee leaf rust. This fungus has been affecting coffee plants and plantations in devastating ways since the late 19th century. The producers joined forces and managed to gather enough capital to purchase a small coffee mill. They now currently mill in the region of 500 bags with 75 bags or so coming from the Cerro Dragon farm. The name Cerro Dragon comes from one of the biggest mountains opposite the farm called Cerro El Dragon.
Farm: Cerro Dragon
Processing: Fully washed
Variety: Catuai & Cataui
Tasting Notes: Medium Bodied, clean balanced & sweet taste with apricot notes