These beans were awarded 3rd place at the El Salvador Cup of Excellence awards (C.O.E) in 2010. Grown by Jaime Ernesto Riera Menendez, on his small farm on the foothills of the Santa Ana volcano, the plantation benefits from nutritious volcanic soil at a very high altitude, resulting in slow-ripening, high-quality fruit.

 

Aroma: Strong | Spicy

Taste: Has a bittery taste compared to a dark chocolate, with sharp hints of fruitiness and a mazipan sweetness, yets its light and full bodied.

Overall Experience: This complex coffee  has a powerful and spicy aroma and as it hits your pallette it burst with amazing flavours. I like to compare this to a christmas day with the smells and taste of christmas cakes and mince pies. 

 

Directions

x1 tablespoon per cup (8g)
Adjust accordingly depending on the strength you prefer.

 

Care Instructions:

Store away from light, heat, and moisture and ensure the package is closed or sealed to keep maximum freshness.

 

Expiration:

If it is opened and stored properly, it's best to consume ground coffee within one to two weeks, for the freshest and most flavorful taste. If you store ground coffee that is opened in the freezer, the timeframe is about one month solidly, and even up to five months.

 

Bulk Ordering

If you are interested in ordering in bulk for your office, restaurant or coffee shop then please contact us on graphics@millennialconsulting.co.uk for our wholes sale prices

 

El Salvadour

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