Tropical Fruit, Citrus, Apricot
In the honey process, the beans are de-pulped and laid out to dry with the slimy outer layer (mucilage) intact. Mucilage is extremely sweet and sticky, like honey therefor the name. While, "honey" has nothing to do with the flavor of these coffees they are known for their sweeter flavors.
Many people perceive that honey processed coffees are automatically more expensive, however if not done properly this often leads to a false sense of value when not properly executed. For Benigmo's coffee, this is not the case. His honey processed coffees consistently provide a more complex and intense cup.
The violent unstable past of the region and all of southern Colombia made it difficult to export specialty products like coffee. Fortunately, things have changed a great deal in recent years and the region is now flourishing in terms of coffee and stability. Inza is blessed with fertile soils and good land for producing coffee of excellent quality.