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El Salvador San Jose

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El Salvador San Jose

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El Salvador San Jose

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Tasting Notes
Red Plum, Grapes, Milk Chocolate

Producer: Pacas family
Region: Sonsonate, El Salvador
Variety: Pacas
Altitude: 1379 - 1645 m.a.s.l.
Processing: Fully washed
Weight: 300g/1kg
Recommended for: Espresso

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Finca San José is located in the Sonsonate region of El Salvador, at an altitude ranging from 1379 to 1645 meters above sea level. Total area is 70ha, of which 53ha is planted with coffee, and the rest are native forests.  Varietals include Red Bourbon (64%), Pacas (32%) and Pacamara (4%).  While many of the Bourbon trees from the original plantation are more than 80 years old, they are still producing coffee. 

Our friends from the Pacas family (owners of Finca Santa Petrona), had bought over Finca San Jose last year and the farm is now part of Cafe Tuxpal, which also manages and operates the wet and dry mill, Beneficio Tuxpal. Federico Pacas had been managing Finca San José  for the previous owners, the Ruffatti family, for a while as they were not actively involved in the coffee farm. Hence, when the opportunity came to take over the farm, Federico and his family, decided that it was a strategic move as they would have full control of the farm, with the ability to produce more specialty coffee and also to carve out suitable plots in the higher parts of farm to grow more “non-traditional” varietals.