El Salvador

El Salvador can produce very good coffee. Bourbon varietal coffees are at one end of the spectrum, with a balanced, classic "Central" profile, a good alternative to Brazil as a base for espresso; Pacamara varietal coffees are their opposite, quirky and full of character. High altitudes and good, dense traditional varietals are a factor in the quality of El Salvador coffees. The country also produces an abundance of lower-grown coffee with fairly average cup quality. Read more

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  1. New
    Bourbon shrub at the highest part of Cerro Verde farm, "La Abundancia"

    El Salvador Dry Process Cerro Verde Bourbon

  2. New
    Orange trees interspersed with the coffee, and where Finca El Naranjo gets its name

    El Salvador Honey Process Finca El Naranjo

  3. Bags of dried parchment back at the dry mill in Santa Ana

    El Salvador La Esperanza "H1" Cultivar

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