Malacara B Farm, El Salvador

Malacara B Farm, El Salvador

from 17.00

Region: Santa Ana
Processing: Wet, drying on raised beds
Altitude: 1500-1600 meters
Varietals: Bourbon

Our Tasting Notes:

The coffee is a classic Central American coffee: chocolate, butterscotch, and light bodied. This coffee is immaculately clean, however, and features a distinct citric and malic acidity (think Gala apple with hints of orange). The acidity sparkles and the cup rounds out with almond and more chocolate.

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We selected this lot direct with the farm owner, who arranged for export; we used Royal NY to handle import logistics to the US. The Malacara Farms are experienced when it comes to the specialty coffee scene. Since the farm was divided up in 1995 into farms A, B, .C, farm owner Roberto Dumont has seen his farm win many accolades. This lot comes from Malacara Farm B, which is planted under a shade canopy and includes several varieties; Bourbon, Typica, Pacas, and Pacamara. This lot is just Bourbon and comes from just a single day of harvest (called a Tablon).