Monday roast only: orders must be placed before Monday.
We're excited to introduce the Pacamara (Honey processed) from the Las Delicias farm in El Salvador. It offers a sweet milk chocolate, berry and melon aroma that transcends into flavors of blackberry, kiwi, and green apples along with a sweet cocoa and vanilla undertones.
“'Honey' is a relatively new term describing coffee that has been dried with all or some of the sticky fruit pulp or “honey” (miel in Spanish) still adhering to the bean. Those familiar with coffee processing methods will, of course, recognize this practice as a kind of compromise between two more familiar processing methods: the dry or “natural” method, in which the beans are dried while entirely encased inside the fruit, and the wet or “washed” method, in which all of the soft fruit residue, both skin and pulp, are scrubbed off before the coffee is dried." - Coffee Review
Finca Las Delicias is owned and operated by the Menendez family of El Salvador and produces some of their premier Pacamara lots. It sits on the slopes of the extinct Cerro Las Ranas Volcano in Atiquizaya province. This lot is grown near the top of the arable region of the volcano, at 1750 meters, above which lies virgin canopy forest, stretching for 8 hectars up to the crater of the ancient mountain. The rich volcanic soil and plentiful rains give the Pacamara plants almost ideal growing conditions, leading to some of the Menedez family’s most interesting lots.