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NOTE: All of our premium Arabica coffees are roasted to City+ to Full City roasts, showing minimal-to-no surface oils….we want all of the flavor to stay in the beans until the coffee is ground! Despite the additional descriptors, the first flavor and aroma you'll think of is "COFFEE".

El Salvador Santa Leticia Estate Pacamara

Country of Origin: El-Salvador
El Salvador Santa Leticia Estate Pacamara
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Santa Leticia Estate, founded and owned by many generations of the Valdivieso Family, rests high in the Apaneca-Ilamatepec Mountains in the Northwest corner of El Salvador (near Guatemala) They produce wonderful Bourbon varietal, which we know from years of carrying it years ago, and were thrilled to be able to offer the Pacamara varietal. This ginormous Arabica bean, a hybrid of the Pacas and Maragogype, flourishes in this part of the world. The coffee is exceptionally rich and fruity and is roasted to a light-to-medium profile to show off its inherent sweetness. It's fully washed at the mill, called Beneficio El Carmen, and 100% patio sundried. The coffee grows between 1200 and 1750 meters above sea level but most of the production comes from about 1600 meter planting. The farm is located in the town Apaneca, which means “Rivers of Wind” in the native Nahuatl language of the Pipil Indians. The farm has thousands of shade trees, which increase the biodiversity of the area and creates a refugee for local and migratory fauna. The farm's land is also an archeological site, where ancient Mayan artifacts have been found, including earthen mounds and stone monuments.
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Rossalina is our small-batch roaster capable of roasting samples down to a half-pound with exquisite control. The hallmark of great coffee is consistent roast temperatures and even air flow, and Rossalina delivers on both counts.
"I am insatiable! Are you guys coating those beans with something? If so, keep it up. It seems I have never enjoyed a cup of coffee as much as I do now. I go way back in my quest for great coffee. I started 1960-61. I would take a bus into the City then a train down to McNulty's in the Village. I would get these great beans that I would grind up at home. My parents did not understand why I would spend so much on coffee beans when I buy a can of "Chock Full Of Nuts" for $2.89 a pound (16 oz back then in a can). Over the years I followed all the info that was available for brewing the best cup of coffee. I started buying bottle water from Italy to use in my Bunn coffee maker. I even roasted green beans to get the freshest flavor. So fast forward to 2010 in PDX and I am still buy coffee beans from a NY guy. "
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