+44 (0)20 7202 2620


Cupping notes

Watermelon, pear, fudge and butterscotch. Gentle fruit notes lifting a classic rounded coffee.


AMPROCAL was established in 2007 in Pashapa La Labor, in the Ocotepeque department of western Honduras. Originally part of Copan until it was split in 1906, Ocotopeque lies in the western part of Honduras, bordering with El Salvador and Guatemala.

This all female cooperative was founded by eight women to strengthen the presence of female producers in the area, they now have 86 female members and also offer coffee roasting and micro-credit services.

They are certified Fairtrade and have 39 members registered Organic. Farmers are provided support from an agronomist to improve the productivity and sustainability of their farms and there is also a focus on environmental conservation, with pulp and honey water being turned into organic fertiliser which they are taught how to correctly prepare and apply to the land. The AMPROCAL office itself is powered by the waste waters from coffee which produce biogas reducing their carbon footprint.

Teacher salaries, supplies to schools, and support to local communities with sports programs via uniforms and money to build fields are also provided. These activities help the local communities to grow and give children the chance to learn about teamwork and leadership.

Coffee here is washed, pulped and milled at their own facilities before being transported to a nearby warehouse for collation and export.

See if it tastes as good as it sounds

Request a sample
1000 – 1700m
November - April
SCA score
Download more coffee information

Similar coffees

Honduras Finca La Fortuna

  • Fairtrade
  • Organic
  • Chocolate
  • Raspberry
  • Sugar Cane

Honduras Capucas Cooperative

  • Fairtrade
  • Organic
  • Rainforest Alliance
  • Apple
  • Cherry
  • Orange
  • Peach


  • Fairtrade
  • Organic
  • Rainforest Alliance
  • Chocolate
  • Herbal
  • Lemon


Image for Honduras Handpicked

Honduras Handpicked

09 March 2020

Image for Pupusas or Baleadas? A tale of two grains, El Salvador and Honduras

Pupusas or Baleadas? A tale of two grains, El Salvador and Honduras

21 March 2019

After a 10 year absence, it felt good to touch down at San Salvador airport. Armed with some more grey hair, I was curious to see what had changed this end.

Read more
Image for Santiago heads to Honduras & Costa Rica: 2017

Santiago heads to Honduras & Costa Rica: 2017

13 April 2017

Honduras and Costa Rica have always been very important to us, not only commercially but in the way our relationship with the coffee producers and their organisations have grown. In the past 10 years, we have seen how coffee producers in these two origins faced many challenges from low coffees prices from 2002 to 2008, loss of production due to Roya attacks in 2014 and 2015, and the ever-present threat of climate change. However, both origins have found innovative ways to deal with these challenges and maintain their livelihoods by putting coffee quality and sustainability at the top of their priorities.

Read more