Next Batch Shipping Date: 4/27
When coffee people would describe coffee as being juicy, I used to laugh at them. (Unrelated I've absorbed all the pretentious key phrases, I'm sorry) Please try this coffee to see what they're talking about. It has a strawberry like acidity and finishes with tender bits of candied apple. (Tender bits is me exercising web copy free will) Lots of aromatics help make interesting double shots but this roast is also versatile enough to make cozy capps and lattes.
Region: El Congo, Santa Ana
Farm: Buenos Aires
Variety: Red Bourbon
Altitude: 1250 MASL
Finca Buenos Aires is a farm network and mill located in the golden belt of Salvadoran coffee farming on Ilamatepec, the volcano of Santa Ana. The operation is owned by Ricardo Kriete, a 4th generation coffee producer.
In 2014 Ricardo acquired Finca Buenos Aires, on Ilamatepec. At an average altitude of 1,200 to 1,350 meters above sea level and 1,900 to 2,200 mm of rainfall per year Buenos Aires enjoys ideal coffee cultivating conditions. The varieties of coffee found on this farm are Red Bourbon, Orange Bourbon and Pacamara.