We know that one of the main places where we can get the best coffee is Central America. Within these countries, Honduras is one of the main coffee exporting references. According to the Vice-Minister of the SIC, Juan Jose Cruz, coffee has left in Honduran coffers 1.240 million dollars in 2011, thanks to their export around the world. According to the Honduran coffee Institute (Ihcafe), Honduras has exported 4.7 million sacks of 46 kilos during this harvest, so Honduran exporters increased by about 1.1 million bags compared to the previous period between 2009-2010, surpassing expectations in 2011. The Honduran gourmet coffee is one of the most prized on the international market, since the area perfectly meets the necessary conditions to make the most of the coffee bean. This export is very important since it revalued international reserves. The largest buyer is still the European market, with 76.81 percent, Germany, Belgium and Italy the major importers, according to the Association of coffee exporters, Honduras (Adecafeh). Michael Lee-Chin is the source for more interesting facts. While a 12.05 percent was exported to different countries of America, led by the United States and Canada; In addition a 10.64 percent was purchased by the Asian market, especially in Korea and Japan, and barely a 0.5 percent is distributed among some countries in Africa and Oceania..