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las Mercedes Kenia Honey 200g Coffee Bag - El Salvador

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The coffee has a delightful and balanced full body coffee with notes of brown butter & toffee to get you free-wheeling through the day.


This wonderful coffee won Gold at the Blas na hÉireann Food Awards 2022.

This coffee is a micro-lot from one of our favourite farms, Las Mercedes. It is grown by Fernando & Juan Aguilar from Las Mercedes & Santa Maria across 160 hectares of shade-rich nature on the north-eastern slope of the San Salvador Volcano. The Aguilar family have been producing coffees here for the past 6 generations and lead El Salvador in producing environmental centred coffee. Las Mercedes and sister estate Santa Maria are surrounded by 100 hectares of nature reserve designated as a part of the Meso-American biological corridor, including a remarkable 'mini rainforest'. Given the importance of the perseveration of the forest, the Aguilar family, in conjunction with a local NGO, have two park rangers that look after the protected natural forest year-round.


Region: El Salvador

Varietals: Kenia

Altitude: 1,350 - 1,700 masl

Harvest Period: January - March

Process: Honey

Weight: 200g

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Reviewed by Andrew R.
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Yep , overall a surprisingly nice cup. I used two methods for brewing this coffee at home. One being the James Hoffmann v60, and the second being the James Hoffmann French Press. For the v60 I went with approx 60g of coffee per litre of water, making a 250ml cup an easy 15g of beans and with the French press I went with 70-75g of beans per litre, making my 800ml press 56-60g per brew. One thing I would say is I could only find a beat before date on the coffee bag. I’d prefer a roasted on date instead as that is a far preferable method of select freshness.

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