If you like acidity, then this specialty coffee presented by Rast Kaffee is for you. Pleasant notes of chocolate and marzipan balance out the acidity of fruits such as lemons and grapes.
La Finca la Buena Esperanza, located in the Cacahuatiques mountains in northeastern El Salvador, close to the Honduran border, has been family owned and operated since 1924. Andres Quintanilla represents the 4th generation of a family recognised for its great expertise, particularly regarding post harvest treatment. Each variety goes through a specific treatment that matches its taste qualities. Finding this level of precision is rare for a property that produces approximately 100 tonnes per year. The land has natural attributes that contribute to its success such as lemon and avocado trees that provide shade and a soil rich in clay and iron which results in a coffee somewhat rich in acidity.