Catuaí is a Brazilian cultivar that used to be the one of the most common cultivars planted in Honduras before leaf rust (fungus) started attacking the trees and farmers replaced their Catuaí with resistant hybrids. It is known for its sweet and chocolaty flavours and Caballero’s Catuaí is a great example of this style. The majority of their farms are still planted with Catuaí because like Moises would say “it is a sweet and uncomplicated coffee that I can drink a lot of cups of every day.”
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