Almond, Chocolate, Citric, Sweet
Origin: El Salvador
Region: Volcan de Santa Anna
Farm: Various small holders in the Buenos Aires community
Altitude: 1450-1750 masl
Processing Method: Washed
High up on the north face of Volcán de Santa Ana, Buenos Aires is one of the best best coffee areas of El Salvador. It's a tight-knit community where farmers help to harvest each other's cherries.
The Rio Zarco mill receives beans from more than 80 Buenos Aires farmers, from which they sort for quality from farms starting at 1,450 meters up to 1,740 meters. Blended together, these quality coffees become our Buenos Aires community lots.
Please note that orders must be received by Wednesday noon (central time) in order to ship by the end of the week
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