In this interview, Wilmer was asked to talk about his childhood and what opportunities led him to where he is today. His story was described as inspiring to the young generation struggling in Honduras.
When asked about memories of his childhood, Wilmer talks about working in construction, in carpentry and for a welder. He recalls how he rode a bicycle around La Ceiba after school delivering tortillas at 12 years old.
Wilmer took advantage of an invite to see family in The Cayman Islands af...
What's all the hype?
“Microlot” is the new buzzword that’s getting thrown around in the coffee industry left right and centre. So what exactly is and is not a microlot coffee?
The best way to explain what microlot coffee is, is this apple orchard analogy: Imagine you have an orchard and most of the trees produce great apples, but you’ve noticed that in one spot of the orchard the apples are phenomenal. Like out of this world better. These apples taste better, are crisp...
What can you expect from Caribe?
Firstly, the delicate taste was strong and dark enough to give a kick. Yet allowed space for the hearty spices to break through the flavour. Also, there was no hint of a burnt or bitter taste, which I often come across.
Caribe Coffee was smooth enough that I was happy to drink it black. Something I can’t say for a lot of coffees.
Caribe coffee is a family run business started by Wilmer Carcamo through a love a quality coffee and a vision to improve the quality of coffee that we drink both in our home and in independent coffee shops.