Panama, Boquete, Finca El Salto-Arabica coffee. Flavor notes honey, nuts, cream.
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Panama Boquete coffee, from the Finca El Salto plantation
El Salto is a coffee-growing area in the Boquete region, which is often referred to as the micro region with the best climate and soil conditions for growing coffee. It was this reputation that tempted us at Sochaccy Coffee Roastery to try coffee from this area of Panama. We were able to download samples of this coffee and to put it simply, the coffee delighted everyone taking part in the cupping. Sounds like the beginning of an interesting story about a great coffee from a renowned region; if it weren't for one fact; this was in 2016. When we decided to bring it to Poland it turned out that everything destined for Europe had sold out before the ship left Panama. Now that the opportunity has arisen again we no longer downloaded samples, we took the coffee blind and... well good thing we didn't make it then; now the coffee is even better and most importantly we don't have to imagine it anymore we just simply know it. We invite you on a journey to Panama, a tiny and remote country, a giant of Specialty coffee.
The history of coffee Panama Finca El Salto began with the Suárez family in 1900, specifically Mr. Abdeliata Suadi, an immigrant from Bethlehem who, upon arriving in Panama, took the local name of Domingo Suárez and started a family. The work started by Domingo continued with his children planting nearly 70,000 coffee trees in El Salto. In the late 1940s, coffee cultivation was taken over by the children of Vidal Suarez and Eira Gutierrez de Suarez, with hard work developing the crop and increasing the farm's acreage. Now that El Salto plantation is managed by the next generation of the Suárez family; Carlos and Laura Suarez and the plantation includes 3 farms making El Salto one of the largest coffee producers in the Boquete region.
The coffee comes from fields located between 1,500 and 1,780 meters above sea level, where the coffee varieties grown are Arabica Typica, Yellow Catuai. After harvesting, the coffee is processed by washing and then dried in the sun.
The coffee's flavor comes to the fore with notes of honey and nuts. Panama Finca El Salto has a smooth, creamy body, great for espresso in espresso machines as well as classic coffee. It's a high-mountain Arabica grown in one of the best regions in the world, and it perfectly showcases the richness of Panama's coffees.
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