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Selin Recinos Sr. & Petrona Perez over 40 years ago as a small plot which they hoped would help them and their family prosper. Slowly but surely through their hard work and dedication the small plot grew and is now part of a legacy that spans four families all descended from Selin & Petrona. 

Selin Jr.’s love for coffee & agriculture can be appreciated by his commitment to growing high quality coffee in a sustainable manner, minimizing water use, protecting the wildlife on his farms and constantly planting new trees. In 2003 he participated in the first coffee competition, a precursor to cup of excellence, and won 4th place. He has participated in many competitions since and his coffee is always highly regarded. 

Selin Jr.’s took over his family’s farm after his father’s passing and now looks after the well being of his mother and in addition to managing his own farm also looks after his sister’s lands. Selin’s wife Blanca is a Cupper and together they continue the legacy of quality and sustainability that started in La Labor long ago.

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Transparency Report

This specialty coffee is Certified Organic By MayaCert S.A

Certification was awarded in July 2023 with a control number of N° 353 2019 397/22-722.

For more information about the National Organic Program, please visit the United States Department of Agriculture website.

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Honduras, Ocotepeque

Selin Recinos

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Selin carries on his family's farming tradition with admirable dedication, taking care of not only his own land
but also that of his family. Alongside his wife, Blanca, who is a cupper, Selin Jr. upholds the longstanding
legacy of exceptional quality and sustainable practices that originated in La Labor, leaving an indelible mark
on the agricultural landscape.

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Finca La Guadalupe was founded over 80 years ago by Don Selin Recinos Sr in La Labor, Ocotepeque, Honduras. Decades later, La Guadalupe still remains in the family, ran by Selin Recinos Jr. as a small-plot wonderland of Catuaí, Pacas, Parainema, Maragogype, Bourbon, and Typica varietals.


Selin Jr.’s has a holistic view on production goes beyond coffee, focusing on the preservation and reforestation of Ocotepeque’s existing forests, water sources, and native species to create a safe haven for the region’s biodiversity.

On the coffee side, Selin has focused on continuously improving picking practices at the farm and developing an on-site wet mill. Additionally, Selin is part of a 400+ organic cooperative, so he frequently participates in educational programs regarding organic farming practices and has become a prominent figure in the promotion of these practices within the local community.

Much love, and appreciation to Cima Coffee team for helping us connect with amazing partners like Selin.

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