We Nitrogen Flush all of our coffee when bagging for an inert shelf stable environment by locking freshness inside for up to 6 weeks prior to opening
Farm: El Cedro
Producer: Angelino Landaverde
Region: El Túnel, Chalatenango
Altitude: 1350 masl
Angelino Landaverde owns a 4-hectare farm called Finca El Cedro that's planted with three different varieties: Gesha, Pacamara, and Pacas.
The farm is also newly planted with lemon and avocado trees for shade as well as both biological and commercial diversity. The coffee-leaf rust is less of a threat lately as Angelino is combatting it very actively on his farm, and he's able to expand his land by a few manzanas every year to grow his production. The farm was inherited from Angelino's father and through improvements every year and processing innovations, Angelino hopes to continue to improve his quality as coffee is the main source of his family's livelihood.
Pacamara originated from a cross between the dwarf Pacas and the exceptionally large Maragogipe by the Salvadoran Institute of Coffee Research (ISIC). Pacamara cherries and their resulting seeds are much larger than most varietals. It is grown primarily in El Salvador, where it frequently excels in Cup of Excellence competitions for its high cup quality & unique characteristics.
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