El Salvador

El Salvador

El Salvador can produce very good coffee. Bourbon varietal coffees are at one end of the spectrum, with a balanced, classic "Central" profile, a good alternative to Brazil as a base for espresso; Pacamara varietal coffees are their opposite, quirky and full of character. High altitudes and good, dense traditional varietals are a factor in the quality of El Salvador coffees. The country also produces an abundance of lower-grown coffee with fairly average cup quality.

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  • El Salvador Matalapa Puerta Zapa

    Raw sugars and roasted nut dominate a hot cup, opening up to cola and cocoa notes along the way. Syrupy chocolate takes center stage in the deeper roast levels with hints of dark fruit too. City+ to Full City+. Good for espresso. Learn More
    $6.30
    /lb
    (or less)

  • El Salvador La Libertad Caracol

    A mild peaberry outturn, opening up as it cools. Salted caramel and cocoa butter are central, with mellow citrus zest acidity, and black tea bittering finish. Versatile in the roaster. City+ to Full City+. Learn More
    $6.35
    /lb
    (or less)

  • El Salvador Tablones Calagual y Naranjo

    A nuanced profile, fruit and spice hints, tea-like and with refreshing acidity. Calagual y Naranjo is complex for El Salvador coffee, with a center of caramel and cocoa. City to Full City+. Good for espresso. Learn More
    $6.50
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    (or less)

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