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This high-grown El Salvador coffee is exceptionally mild and dynamic. Roasted to a true medium, these beans produce a mellow cup with citrus notes and a nutty finish. Although El Salvador is the smallest country in Central America, this region produces bright and satisfying coffees you simply cannot miss!

  • Cupping Notes: mild lemon, seville orange, toasted almonds
  • Roast Body: Mild
  • Roast Level: Medium
  • Certifications: Rainforest Alliance Certified
  • Caffeine Level: Caffeinated
  • Single Origin: Apaneca, Ahuachapán, El Salvador

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  • Origin: Apaneca, Ahuachapán, El Salvador
  • Altitude: 1,300 - 1,500 meters
  • Varietal: Bourbon
  • Harvest: November - March
  • Process: Fully Washed
  • Drying: Sun-Dried on Patios
  • Harvest: November - March
  • Export: March - July

Located in “Golden Coffee Belt,” the volcanic soils of the Apaneca region produces some of El Salvador's finest coffees. The Magana-Menendes family utilize this prized microclimate, along with more than 100 years of experience in the coffee growing industry to produce some of the best coffee from El Salvador.

The Maga̱na-Menendez family have been true pioneers of coffee quality and control handling at their beloved farm. Their ongoing struggle for sustainability and social function are the main ingredients for the ongoing success of their farm and, in turn, its high quality coffee production.

As a member of Rainforest Alliance, La Esperanza and the Maga̱a-Menendez family take great care in coffee growing all while taking the right steps to better preserve the ecosystem in which their coffee grows.