Tasting Notes: Sweet, clean and citric with a creamy mouthfeel; lemon, cocoa and chocolate flavors
Roberto Landaverde owns several small farms in El Túnel, including this one, where he grows Pacas variety, a natural mutation of the Bourbon variety. Pacas has a single-gene mutation that causes the plant to grow smaller (dwarfism). This is it’s chief virtue: the plant’s small size leads to higher potential yields and the possibility of placing plants closer together to increase total fruit production on a farm. This coffee is sourced by Café Imports while still in parchment, where they perform the dry milling and final sorting to produce higher quality microlots, offering the best selection of coffees from El Salvador.
Roasted by Evansville Coffee
Find out more about Tim and his amazing coffee on this episode of the Common Grounds Podcast!