El Salvador: Edition 23.061
From the very first sip this coffee will have you thinking of fig rolls! It has a heavy body with plenty of brown sugar, brandy butter, and a little dusting of cinnamon on the finish.
- Country: El Salvador
- District: Ahuachapán
- Municipality: Ahuachapán
- Nearest city: Turin
- Farm: Finca Argentina
- Producer: Alejandro Martinez
- Altitude: 1,300 m.a.s.l.
- Varietal: H1 (Centroamericano)
- Processing method: Natural
Fig roll, brown sugar, brandy butter, cinnamon
- Clean cup: (1–8): 6
- Sweetness: (1–8): 6.5
- Acidity: (1–8): 6
- Mouthfeel: (1–8): 6.5
- Flavour: (1–8): 6.5
- Aftertaste: (1–8): 6
- Balance: (1–8): 6.5
- Overall: (1–8): 6.5
- Correction: (+36): +36
- Total: (max. 100): 86.5
Medium-dark - keeping a steady pace, you want to go through first crack and just up to the first pops of second as the roast drops out, no more.
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Owned by Alejandro Martinez and his family, we've been sourcing this El Salvadoran coffee for well over a decade from Finca Argentina. They consistently produce delicious and environmentally friendly specialty coffee, while giving back to their local community.Read more
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