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“Steller’s Jay” filter coffee

(3 customer reviews)


25.8026.80 / kg

Delivery time: approx. 2 – 3 workdays

A great filter coffee from women’s coop “Aprolma”, Honduras

100% arabica, washed

Certified organic, direct trade

Whole bean

Delivery time: approx. 2 – 3 workdays

SKU: 0005 Category:


From now on Steller’s Jay is absolutely dedicated to Honduras’ coffees.

Cup profile:

Creamy with a pleasant acidity, aromas of orange, dried fruits and plenty of caramel.

Recommended for:

This lightly roasted coffee is particularly good for a hand filter, but also for a French press or AeroPress. Works also great in the Karlsbad coffee maker. We usually also use Steller’s Jay to make cold brews.

Whole beans:

We sell our coffee unground as beans so that you can prepare the coffee as freshly as possible. By grinding yourself, you make sure that all the aromas end up in your cup. After just 30 minutes of exposure to air, ground coffee loses a large part of its aroma. More information is in our FAQ.

If you don’t have a grinder, we can grind the coffee for you. Just let us know in your order under “Order Notes”.

3 reviews for “Steller’s Jay” filter coffee

  1. Eva

    Tuttifrutti and tasty! 🙂

  2. Jan (verified owner)

    Sehr lecker mit fruchtiger Säure. Schmeckt mir sehr gut.

  3. Gerd

    Gekauft, getrunken -> Gefällt! Danke euch 🙂

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Aprolma, Honduras

The green coffee for Steller’s Jay comes from Aprolma cooperative in Honduras.

The cooperative Aprolma (Asociacion de Productoras Libres de Marcala) was founded in 2013 and currently has 69 exclusively female members, mainly indigenous Lencas. Each member cultivates an average of 1.5 hectares in mixed cultivation. In addition to coffee, other products such as bananas, oranges and yucca are grown to feed the family. The aim of the cooperative is not only to produce the very best coffee, but also to empower women and to offer them financial success and stability. Three times a year, all women meet to discuss the current situation, elect board members or plan projects.

In a country where women's rights are constantly being disregarded and which has one of the highest rates of femicide in the world, a women's cooperative is particularly concerned with health and social issues. Like many other cooperatives around Marcala, Aprolma has a central processing plant where the harvested coffee cherries are delivered and then processed together. When the coffee cherries are delivered, the women receive a first partial payment. That's why our pre-financing is so important.

Altitude: 1,200 – 1,700 meters
Region: Marcala, Chinacla and San Jose
Varieties: Catuai, Bourbon, Typica, Lempira
Processing: Arabica, washed, manual harvest and sorting


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