Gloria Henriquez, Honduras


New Season Gloria is here! 

Please note, Gloria's coffee will be sold in bags only due to a supplier delay 

Sweet and spice-y and all things nice-y: your girl Gloria is giving us life-y.

The perfect coffee heading towards chillier times. This wonderfully warming coffee with the taste of sweet poached pear and chewy, fudgy caramel. From producer, Gloria Henriquez, the hardworking and entrepreneurial owner of Finca Los Nances. Gloria has overcome many difficulties and used her wealth of experience to diversify her farm and produce excellent micro-lots alongside her beloved free-range chickens!

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UK orders under 2KG are deliverd by Royal Mail via your chosen preference.
UK orders over 2KG are deliverd by DX. All orders outside of the UK will be sent via World Options with prices calculated at checkout.


As coffee is a perishable products and we roast fresh to order, we are unable to accept returns on any coffee items.

Our merchandise returns policy lasts 30 days. If 30 days have gone by since your purchase, unfortunately we can’t offer you a refund or exchange. If your item is faulty/damaged we must be notified within 7 days of delivery otherwise we may not be able to offer a refund or exchange.

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Finca Los Nances is only a small operation of just under one hectare, but Gloria has produced high-valued micro-lots with the help of Cafesmo. That convinced her that this is the path she wants to take by building trusting relationships and working closely with one or two roasters. We are incredibly grateful to be one of them. Gloria is also part of the brand new Women's Association established by Cafesmo, we can't wait to see what the women achieve together.

Gloria Henriquez, Finca Los Nances, FTO Certified.
Honduras, Mercedes, Ocotepeque
Lempira and IHCAFE 90
1220 MASL

Gloria Henriquez is a 4th generation coffee producer and owner of FTO certified farm Los Nances. She has a wealth of experience working on coffee farms having first started by watching her grandparents work on their farm as a child.

“The new generation of coffee growers laugh at me when I tell them about the way we worked in the old days, but I see my experience and wealth of knowledge, even if from another era, as an advantage" Gloria says.

In 2013, disaster struck when her farm was ruthlessly hit by rust. Gloria was close to despair. With no income and very little money for food, she went into debt. Little by little she pulled herself out of that deep hole and decided to diversify. Nowadays she holds over 100 free-range, chemical-free chickens, which she sells to eateries and her local community. A small but reliable source of income to supplement her coffee production.


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Cheek to Cheek

To give back to the producers in exchange for everything they give, above and beyond the beans themselves, we run the Cheek to Cheek initiative, putting 10% of the sale price of all our retail coffees back into their pockets. They are part of our team, part of the rebellion.