Triple Coffee is incredibly happy (and in disbelief) to announce that our Pacamara Natural (produced by Abel Giron from Comayagua, Honduras) has been selected as a finalist in the 2021 Good Food awards!
In mainstream culture, the Good Food awards are similar to a Michelin Star or perhaps the Oscars for gourmet goods. It's a big deal. For that we are humbled, and of course grateful to Don Abel Giron (and his family) for producing a very clean, fruity, flavorful and high quality coffee.
Triple Coffee Pacamara Natural
Don Abel Giron from Comayagua, Honduras (2018 Cup of Excellence finalist; 2016, 2017 Winner Project Origin Best of Honduras Late Harvest)
From the The Good Food Foundation page:
"The Good Food Foundation exists to celebrate, connect, empower and leverage the passionate and engaged, yet often overlooked, players in the food system who are driving towards tasty, authentic and responsible food in order to humanize and reform our American food culture."
In order to qualify for the Good Food Awards, coffee roasters must demonstrate initiative in social and ecological impact, traceability to the source, and healthy and safe work conditions.
To this end, the mission of Triple Coffee is to source the finest coffees, from the smallest farms, while returning the most value back to the coffee origins. Our philosophy is to connect coffee producers directly with coffee consumers (please see our Virtual Coffee Tasting). The farmers that we source coffees from get paid multiples of coffee market prices, and are able to Whatsapp us anytime. Often they do. :)
See all gourmet food finalists here!