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Salvador El Guamo | Freshly Roasted Arabica | Coffee Bean.

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Salvador - Finca El Guamo natural, Arabica coffee from Sochaccy Artisan Coffee Roasters is a true rarity for lovers of specialty coffees. This unique coffee captivates with its rich flavor bouquet, in which deep notes of berry, chocolate and brown sugar stand out, creating an extremely aromatic and complex composition. It will be ideal for both traditional coffee makers and alternative brewing methods, offering each lover a unique taste experience.

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    Salwador El Guamo Świeżo Palona Arabica Kawa Ziarnista

    Gatunek kawy

    Species
    Arabica

    Kontynent kawy ziarnistej

    Coffee continent
    Central America

    Kraj pochodzenia kawy ziarnistej

    Coffee country
    El Salvador

    Region pochodzenia kawy ziarnistej

    Coffee region
    Ahuachapán

    Subregion pochodzenia kawy ziarnistej

    Subregion
    Finca El Guamo

    Metoda przetwarzania kawy

    Processing
    Naturals

    Odmiana kawy ziarnistej

    Coffee variety
    Red Caturra

    Rok zbiorów kawy ziarnistej

    Coffee harvest year
    2018/2019

    Wiodące nuty smakowe kawy ziarnistej

    Flavor notes
    forest berries

    Wysokość położenia plantacji kawy ziarnistej

    Plantations
    From 1,000-1,500 M.N.P.M.

    Kawa ziarnista świeżo palona

    Freshly Roasted Coffee
    Freshly Roasted

    Kategoria kawy ziarnistej

    Coffee category
    Plantation

    Ile kofeiny w kawie

    Caffeine level
    medium

    Jaka jest kwasowość kawy

    Acidity level
    Medium

    Ile kawa ziarnista ma punktów SCA

    Coffee scoring

    Kawa ziarnista mielona na życzenie

    Beans coffee
    ground on request


    Salvador El Guamo Freshly Roasted Arabica Grain Coffee

    The history of the Finca El Guamo plantation begins in 1880, when the mayor of the nearby town of Ataco decided to give away land to the town's citizens, a condition for receiving the land was a commitment to grow coffee. Antonio Jose Alfaro, took advantage of the opportunity, as did many other residents. Quite quickly it became apparent that only some of the new owners were able to bear the hardship of growing good coffee. Antonio, began buying land from nearby neighbors, laying the foundation for a new plantation. In this way it was possible to accumulate 34 hectares of land. The next step in the development of the plantation was the establishment of a coffee washing station, which would allow the top part of the berry to be removed after the coffee was harvested; the skin, and the green coffee beans to be prepared for export. Don Agustina Alfaro Morán built the washing station in 1930, and it was given the name El Carmen.

    The plantation, Finca El Guamo, is located in the Ahuachapán region of El Salvador near the border with Guatemala, adjacent to the Santa Ana volcano, Parque Nacional El Imposible national park. The plantation lies at an altitude of 1,200 meters above sea level, and is owned by Fernando Alfaro and Jose Enrique Gutierrez, both of whom are now fourth generation coffee producers in El Salvador. The plantation is planted with Red and Yellow Caturra arabica coffee varieties. The coffee is harvested from the bushes by hand and subjected to selection so as to collect the ripest coffee berries. After harvesting, the coffee is processed by removing the top skin of the berry from the coffee bean. The coffee we are pleased to present to you is from the 2018/2019 harvest, it has been processed using the naturals method, which involves drying the harvested berries for days in parijuelas, which are wooden beds many meters high raised above the ground, the bottom of the parijuelas is made of flexible mesh. Coffee berries are turned over at intervals of several hours so that the drying process takes place evenly.

    How does the level of coffee roasting affect its taste?

    The level of roasting of coffee has a decisive impact on its flavor and aroma. Light-roasted beans retain natural acidity and pronounced fruity notes, ideal for lovers of more delicate flavors. Medium-roasted beans reveal a balanced sweetness and depth, with notes of chocolate or caramel, great for everyday brewing. Dark roasted coffees are characterized by an intense, strong flavor with dominant notes, preferred by lovers of strong espresso. Our Sochaccy Artisan Coffee Roastery stands out in the market by being the only one to offer the ability to individually select the level of roasting of the beans, allowing customers to tailor their coffee to their personal taste preferences.

    Salvador El Guamo Freshly Roasted Arabica Coffee is characterized by intense notes of berries, chocolate and brown sugar, a delicate aftertaste of sweet citric acidity - full body; creamy heavy.

    Data sheet

    Coffee species
    Arabica
    Continent of origin of the coffee
    Central America.
    Country of origin of the coffee
    Salvador
    Coffee region of origin
    Ahuachapán
    Sub-region of origin of coffee
    El Guamo
    Coffee processing method
    naturals
    The leading coffee variety
    Red and Yellow Caturra
    Coffee harvest
    2018 - 2019
    Leading flavour notes
    berries
    Altitude of the plantation
    from 1,000 to 1,500 m.a.s.l.
    Coffee
    freshly roasted coffee
    Coffee category
    Plantation
    Caffeine level
    Medium
    Acidity
    Medium

    Specific References

    EAN13
    5901990000009

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