A seductive coffee came along with the mystery

El Salvador Coffee-  A familiar coffee origin to most of the coffee peeps

The farm is located in the west of El Salvador, the region of Apaneca-Ilamatepec, Ahuachapán.

The finca (farm) Espana is owned by Nora LemusDe DiazNuila (third generation) and the town named Canton Quezalapa which is 1,300 to 1,450m above sea level. This farm do plant majority of Bourbon & Castillo species coffee bean.

After collect all the cherries from December to February and some late harvest in march, it will be send to the processing mill called Beneficio El Carmen. owend by the Fernando Alfaro.

for the mill details you may have a look in this link https://melbournecoffeemerchants.com.au/coffee/el-carmen/

We are surprised that how this coffee have a huge ranges of flavor profile and taste note on top of  the anaerobic natural process, from floral until spicies. Somehow, we try to figure out more details of the processing method  which has not been found or mention from the mill side.

We hope that one day the process method can be unfold for the coffee lover like us to understand the progress or any special method for their fermentation progress. Stay curious, keep the exploring the endless coffee world.