El Salvador – Ataco

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Intense cup flavors are hard to miss, rustic fruits, pungent burnt sugars, notes of berry liqueur, ripe pear, honey mead, chocolate-covered coconut, macadamia nut, and a pleasantly bittersweet finish.

Finca San Luis is located in Ataco, Ahuachapan, not too far from the Santa Ana volcano. San Luis spans roughly 25 well-shaded hectares of land, across an altitude range of 1280 – 1400 meters above sea level. The farm is actually made up of several different “blocks” in close proximity to each other, though not necessarily connected. The farming family has chosen to plant heavily in Bourbon cultivar, a tradition going back more than 50 years.

This is a coffee for lovers of wild fruits, pulpy fermented flavors, and wine-like characteristics. The cup is exotic, to say the least, with intense cup flavors that are hard to miss. Fruits are very much at the front of the cup, like berry liqueurs, ripe pear, plum wine, as well as a note of honey mead. Not all of the fruits come with that fermented aroma, and we also picked up some really interesting flavors of chocolate-covered coconut.


12oz, 3lb


Whole bean, Fine, Medium, Coarse