El Salvador Finca Providencia Pacamara

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El Salvador Finca Providencia Pacamara

18.00

Roasted Almond - Peach Candy - Chocolate

Carlos Miguel Mendoza manages Finca La Providencia (owner by the Pacas family) in the Santa Ana Hills of El Salvador. The farm is a newish addition to the Pacas family resume and despite being known for mostly Bourbon varietal coffee growing - the family experiments with more exotic lots such as this Pacamara.

Finca La Providencia provides jobs for over 60 people during harvest season and around 30 on the off season. To put in perspective how much work goes into coffee, the farms owners have stated that each exported bag of coffee (155lbs) provides 1 person with work for 15 days. Obviously each person isn’t just hyper-focused on picking & processing a single bag of coffee but that statement really sheds light on the labor intensive process.

This Pacamara lot is characteristically larger than most coffee you’ll see. It has a very nice rounded profile, flavors of roasted almond, cashew, chocolate and peanut butter are the first things we tasted. There’s some nice high notes of peach candy, pineapple and cranberry as the coffee cools a bit. Very much a crowd pleaser coffee with some hidden complexities.

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