Cooperativa Cafetalera Capucas Limitada (Cocafcal) or Capucas as they are better known, is situated on and around the Celaque mountain, the highest peak in Honduras. Capucas was founded in 1999 by Jose Omar Rodriguez and takes its name from the local town of Las Capucas. The Cooperative has many initiatives to improve the lives of workers and the local community. In 2016 Capucas partnered wth the National Autonomous University of Honduras(UNAH) to provide a university education though virtual classrooms in this rural area. They also have a football academy and a virtual library for members and children of Capucas Cooperative.
This organic coffee is harvested at its optimum ripeness and handed in at the co-operative. It is then washed and dried in a solar dryer. Capucas were the first in the country to build a facility to dry microlots on a large scale with solar dryers.