El Salvador Finca La Montanita Filtre Kahve




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El Salvador Finca La Montanita Filtre Kahve

  • BÖLGE La Montañita, El Túnel, Chalatenango
  • ÇİFTÇİ Eugenia Nohemy Diaz
  • YÜKSEKLİK 1450 M
  • VARYETE Pacas
  • YÖNTEM Yıkanmış
  • HASAT YILI 2019-2020
  • TEDARİKÇİ Cafe Imports
  • SCAA SCORE 86.00
  • CAFE IMPORTS ID : 14617

Eugenia Nohemy Díaz owns a 3-manzana farm called La Montañita, where she grows both Pacas and Pacamara varieties. To produce her Washed lots, the coffee is picked ripe and depulped the same day. After fermentation, it is washed three times, then laid to dry on patios and raised beds for 8–15 days.

Orijin Raporu : El Salvador

Known as “the land of volcanoes,” El Salvador is the smallest Central American country (roughly the same size as New Jersey), but its reputation among specialty-coffee-growing regions has grown larger-than-life, especially since the early 2000s. While coffee was planted and cultivated here mostly for domestic consumption starting in the mid-1700s, it became a stable and significant crop over the next 100 years, notably increasing in national importance during the late 1800s, when the country’s indigo exports were threatened by the development and widespread marketability of synthetic dyes.

As coffee grew in economic importance, different government programs designed to increase production through land, tax, and military-exemption incentives created a small but strong network of wealthy landowners who gained control over the coffee market, in addition to the individual smallholders who were growing coffee as part of their subsistence farming and would sell their cherry to the larger estates or to mills.

By the late 1970s coffee exports accounted for 50 percent of the GDP, but socioeconomic and political unrest hurled the country into civil war for more than a decade, and in the 1980s various land-redistribution projects and agrarian reform disjointed the coffee industry and caused the market to decline. Lacking the resources to continue farming, producers abandoned their coffee farms, and many were left overgrown and unharvested for years until a peace agreement was reached in the 1990s.

It is often said that the Cup of Excellence competition, which came to El Salvador in 2003, was the beginning of the new “wave” of interest in Salvadoran coffee, shining the first light on some of the special varieties the small country grows.

El Salvador Finca La Montanita Filtre Kahve


Espresso, Moka Pot, Aeropress, Filtre, V60, Chemex, French Press

Ek bilgi

Ağırlık Yok

150GR, 1KG, 250GR

Öğütme Derecesi

French Press, Aeropress, Chemex, Moka Pot, Espresso, Filtre, V60, Çekirdek