El Salvador El Rubi Honey (New Release)
El Rubi Honey

 




 

REGION: Cerro El Tigre
VARIETAL: 100% Bourbon
FARM: Las Mercedes
ALTITUDE:1440M
FARMER: Ortiz Family
ROAST: Medium+
NOTES: New Crop, Honey Processed

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Our El Rubi Honey is back! This honey processed favorite offers caramel and melon on the nose. In the cup, it brings out both sweet and savory flavors of cocoa, pear, cantaloupe, honey and almond. Overall, it's a sweet, full bodied cup you'll enjoy either hot or iced!

The Las Mercedes farm is comprised of several distinct parts called tablons (or micro lots), each with a different terroir, varietal, micro climates and taste profile. Owner and Roastmaster Mike Perry loves the El Rubi tablon becasue this Bourbon varietal which grows there has a sweet and juicy red fruit flavor. Besides the great coffees produced, the Finca Las Mercedes is where Heather Perry was surprised by her husband's proposal!


Las Mercedes and the Ortiz family is one of our long term direct trade partners and very good friends of the Perry family. 25 cents per pound of coffee purchased goes to our direct trade community fund which has provided a medical clinic along with Doctors, Nurses; all free of charge. Plus, uniforms, shoes and sports accessories are provided for sports activities, creating teamwork and a sense of unity within the community.

Las Mercedes represents the maximum expression of a great coffee that has always been cared with dedication and perseverance for four generations in the Ortiz family. Only mature cherries with perfect ripeness are allowed. The cherries are subjected to screening before de-pulping to eliminate twigs, leaves and other foreign material; also to separate the floaters from the bulk.

History:

Mr. Adrian Ortiz, a Spanish immigrant married Miss Mercedes Rivera and settled down in Santiago de Maria, In the Usulután department of El Salvador. They started growing coffee in Las Mercedes the year of 1886. Mr. Adrian passed away in 1898 and until 1941 the farm was managed by Mrs. Mercedes Rivera de Ortiz.

In 1941, Mrs. Mercedes passes away, and the Farm is handed over to Mr. Adrian Ortiz Jr. until his death in 1976. Then it was passed to Mr. Roberto Ortiz and Family, who run the farm up to this day.

In the following years, the wet mill and the water tanks were rebuilt and a continuing expansion of the infrastructure of the farm was undertaken. A bigger tank called "EL BIG" was built, as well as new clay patios and new ceramic tile ditches. New roads were built for better access to the different parts of the farm. A certification process of the farm was made, and nowadays we have the Rainforest Alliance certification not only for the farm but also for the mill.


Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review.

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Gift September 14, 2016
Reviewer: Todd Arvidson from Penn valley , CA United States  
I sent this to my daughter at Azusa--she loved it out of the press.  Thanks!

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very good! February 19, 2016
Reviewer: ed from Glendale, CA  
Aroma is very sweet and fruity. The description says citrus, but I'd say it's a mix of orange and berries. The flavor reminds me of honey and nuts that seems to be common in a lot of latin american origins. Very flavorful and enjoyable cup.

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Wow! January 25, 2015
Reviewer: Rick from Sterling, VA United States  
Extraordinary coffee! Try it, you'll like it!

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