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Organic Harvest Moon - 5lb

SKU# 10460B

Light Medium Roast
USDA Organic
Inspired by the women of COMSA, this seasonal coffee is harmonious and bright with distinct notes of plum, warming spices, brown sugar and a long finish. Whole Bean only.

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Organic Harvest Moon - 5lb
This seasonal blend is part of our Women in Coffee series, honoring the inspiring women in our coffee supply chain. Available for a limited time only!

Choose "Case5" to order a case of two 5lb bags.

Tasting Notes
Juicy & Sweet
winey, brown sugar, plum

The women at the COMSA farmer group in Marcala, Honduras are amazing: they are environmental activists, problems solvers and passionate coffee lovers. This new, seasonal coffee is the product of their hard work and dedication, and we think you’ll taste just how special it is!

farmer group



Marcala, Honduras


Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai, Pacamara, Ihcafe90


1100-1600 MASL


Light Medium


Juicy and sweet with rich winey overtones, brown sugar and ripe plum.

“As women we believe that we can do things differently.”*

The Women at the COMSA farmer group in Marcala, Honduras are amazing. They are environmental activists, problems solvers and passionate coffee lovers.


The coffee leaf rust crisis that plagued coffee farms all over the world hit Honduras, destroying portions of COMSA’s crops since 2013. It was the women who got together to figure out what to do. “It turns out we have everything: rabbits, turkey, hens... watermelon, tomato, cucumber, onion, cantaloupe,” says Joselinda Manueles, a member of the coop. “We realized that we had so much to sell, so the organic market was born.” Every Sunday this farmers market provides delicious, organic, local food to the community and generates income for the farming families.


Land ownership for many women farmers across the globe is a challenge, due to legal and cultural barriers. “Usually a woman can only own land if she is a widow,” says Maria "Dolores" Zalaya. “I told my husband, ‘Give me a piece of land...with the (official) papers.’” Ownership increases women's ability to make decisions and contribute to the family income.


Many COMSA women practice biodynamic farming, which incorporates all aspects of the environment and a particular focus on the phases of the moon. Each lunar phase corresponds to a unique energy that can be strategically applied to farming rhythms. In the new moon you work with the soil, and in the full moon coffee is flowering, fruiting or ready to harvest.

Joselinda sums up the creativity, results, and mindset that represent the women farmers of COMSA:

“We are cultivating life.”

*Quote by: Miriam Elizabeth Peréz Zelaya, coffee farmer and member of COMSA farmer group, pictured below with Equal Exchange Coffee Buyer Carly Kadlec.

Carly at COMSA