El Salvador

Los Pirineos Pacamara Black Honey

143,00 kr
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Found in the Usulután department of El Salvador, Los Pirineos farm is operated by fifth-generation coffee producer Diego Baraona. Diego took the helm at the farm in 2020 following his father’s passing and now works to carry on the tradition and legacy of not only his father Gilberto, but the more than 130 years of experience, history, and knowledge that his family has in coffee cultivation.

Pacamara is one of the ‘signature’ varietals from Los Pirineos, very much known for its elegant character and complexity. Indeed this is very much the approach Diego Baraona and his team take across all of their production. We have been working with Los Pirineos now for three years and they are producers known to be one of pioneers for experimenting with processing and cultivating very rare and unique varietals of coffee.

The Pacamara varietal and the dedicated work in production and processing play a dual role in the clear excellent quality of this coffee. Clean, balanced and well-structured, we experience a fruity, and sweetness-driven coffee, that also get a little funky as well. In particular, we notice flavours of dark grapes, stewed berries, and black tea.

We have roasted this coffee as an omni roast, which means it can be enjoyed equally as filter and espresso.


country el salavador
region usulutan
farmer diego baraona
variety pacamara
process black honey
altitude 1400masl
tasting notes dark grapes, stewed berries and black tea