Climpson and Sons - Fields V12: Buena Vista (Natural) El Salvador
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This is part of a project with an El Salvadorian producer, Jose Antonio Salaverria and his family. He has three large pieces of land with coffee production around the Santa Ana volcano in El Salvador. The coffees are all processed at their central mill, Las Cruces, that’s owned by the same family. Their coffee growing areas consist of a great number of farms he has inherited or bought over the last few years, but up until now they have not separated the coffees according to the different farms.
They have separated out 10 small farms and blocks where they will do extensive work on quality, and Guadalupe is one of them. This is part of a long-term project where Nordic Approach will partner with the producer to optimize quality. It’s done by changing the processing and drying methods as well as increase the lot traceability and separation.
Notes: The coffee is from a block at El Molino, the “tablon” Buena Vista”. The soil, weather conditions, varietals and altitude all contribute to the uniqueness of the product. The climate is dry and suitable for this type of production. The producer is known to be innovative in ways of processing and farming. He started years ago to experiment with producing naturals, and is still developing new and better ways to improve the cup.
Altitude: 1600 masl
Farm/Coop: Buena Vista/El Molino
Great for: Aeropress, Cafetiere, Espresso, Filter, Milky, With milk
Origin: Central America/El Salvador - Apaneca Ilamatepec, Santa Ana Region
Owner: Jose Antonio Salaverria
Process Method: Natural (Dry) - sun-dried on patios
Tasting Notes: Blueberry - Swiss chocolate - Rum & Raisin
Varietals: Bourbon, Pacas, Catuai Grade: Screen 16 up, zero defects.
Roasterr: Climpson and Sons
Climpson and Sons does not deliver to United Kingdom
Initial collection: Climpson & Sons - London
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