El Salvador

Finca Nazareth Typica Natural

135,00 kr
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History

We're glad to announce a very special new addition from a farmer called Andres Acosta in El Salvador. Our head of sourcing, Blazej was on a trip to El Salvador earlier this year tasting lots of coffees and spending time at our partner farm Los Pirineos, which we’ve worked with now for a few years. It wasn’t the plan to come away from El Salvador with a new addition, but when we tried Andres' coffees, we had to bring him in and start working with him! So this time, for the first year, we are working with Andres and bringing lots of different coffees from him over the next few weeks and months.

This time around, it is a new varietal we are releasing from Andres, Finca Nazareth Typically Natural. Typica is a varietal under the Arabica family which is known for is high quality and complex cup profile. This coffee is a great example, where the natural processing has also been used to elevate the natural sweetness, complexity, and mouthfeel. In the cup profile, we experience flavours of white flowers, toffee, and baked apple.

Atzumpa is currently owned by the fifth generation of coffee producers, making it one of the first farms in the region to grow specialty coffee beginning in the 1875. The family has been bringing sustainability, social responsibility, and employment to the communities around the farm for over 100 years. 

Andres Acosta and his team have won much recognition for the quality of their coffees, including top placement in the El Salvador Cup of Excellence in 2018 and 2019. Their passion for providing excellent coffees drives them to innovate and develop great coffees as well as sustainability with their community.

We decided to release this coffee as an omni-roast, which means it can be enjoyed equally as filter coffee or espresso.

 

Specifications

country el salvador
region apaneca-ilamatapec
producer andres acosta
variety pacamara
process natural
altitude 1375 masl
tasting notes apricot, orange, raspberry