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The Bell UH-1H "Huey" - Single Origin - Honduras


Coffee Specifications

Origin: Honduras

Region: Copan, Honduras

Operator: Various smallholder producers around Copan, dry milled and exported by Beneficio Santa Rosa.

Process: Fully Washed and Sundried

Altitude: 3600 ft - 5250 ft

Medium Roast


Flavour Notes:


Red Apple, Watermelon

Sweetness: Medium

Acidity: Slight      

Bitterness: Pleasant

Body: Medium           








Aircraft Specifications:

Crew: 1–4

Capacity: 3,880 lb (1,760 kg) including 11-14 troops, or 6 stretchers and attendant, or equivalent cargo
Length: 57 ft 9+5⁄8 in (17.618 m) with rotors
Maximum Speed: 127 mph (204 km/h, 110 kn)
Maximum Range: 318 mi (511 km, 276 nm) (with maximum fuel, no reserves, at sea level)
Engine: 1 × Lycoming T53-L-13 turboshaft, 1,400 shp (1,000 kW) (limited to 1,100 shp (820 kW) by transmission)
Maximum Load: Max takeoff weight: 9,500 lb (4,309 kg)


  • 7.62 mm machine guns

  • 2.75 in (70 mm) rocket pods

The Bell UH-1 Iroquois, commonly known as the "Huey," was a multipurpose utility helicopter famous for its widespread use during the Vietnam War. Bell developed the powerful helicopter in the mid-1950s and produced more than 16,000 units between 1955 and 1976, over 7,000 of which served in Vietnam. The aircraft were used primarily for troop and cargo transport, medical evacuations, and aerial attack. Huey's have also been used in civilian roles such as firefighting, humanitarian aid efforts, research operations, and search-and-rescue duties.

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