El Salvador Santa Leticia Medium Roast
This lovely coffee from El Salvador has a smooth rich mouthfeel and flavours of Apple, cherry and caramel. This is a great everyday coffee due to its light and smooth flavour.
It comes from the Finca Santa Leticia estate in the heart of El Salvador, quite close to the San Vicente volcano.
The land itself was acquired by Francisco Menéndez in 1870, who became the constitutional president of El Salvador in 1886. Menéndez promoted the cultivation of coffee in the western part of the country.
Leticia Menéndez, daughter of Francisco, got married to Higinio Valdivieso who, in honour of his wife, named the farm Santa Leticia.
Ricardo and Mauricio Valdivieso, their grandsons, own and run this beautiful farm situated in Apaneca, a mysterious place and home of Mayan philosophers.
Santa Leticia has fertile volcanic soil, considered one of the best lands in Central America for coffee cultivation.
Variety: Red Bourbon
Available in 200g, 450g and 1kg resealable bags made from recycled materials.
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Really great coffee. Smooth and easy goes down the well. Makes great flat white or as pure espresso.
Out of all the coffee I brought from pebble and pine this one is my favourite to date it's got a real nice flavour so easy to drink that I got to get some more now great coffee
So nice. Best I've had from Pebble and Pine (and that's saying something). Good it was available in 1kg bags.
This bean makes a very smooth and flavorful coffee.
Drink with fresh cream sweetened with a little honey and it's like nectar of the Gods