El Salvador – Fernando Alfaro – 250g

The Gobiado farm has planted 50% of their area with Orange Bourbon and 50% with Red Bourbon.

Bourbon together with Typica compose the most culturally and genetically important groups of coffea arabica coffees in the world. Bourbon is characterized for is tall screen size, is low production, susceptibility to the major diseases but excellent cup quality. The variety was introduced to Brazil around 1860, and from there rapidly spread north into other parts of South and Central America. Today in Latin America, Bourbon itself has largely been replaced by varieties that descend from it (notably including Caturra, Catuai, and Mundo Novo), although Bourbon itself it is still cultivated in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Peru. Orange Bourbon is a hybridization of Red and Yellow Bourbon first found and developed in El Salvador.

This variety of coffee is a first for us & we are excited for you to experience it.

 

Take a peek at our brew guides on how to get the best out of this bad boy.

Once roasted all our beans are sealed in our bags to maintain optimal freshness. If you would like we can open and grind the beans to your preferred setting. ie V60, French Press, Espresso. Just leave a note in the checkout cart and we will take care of the rest. 

€13.00
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Description

This Coffee from the beautiful El Salvador is bursting with flavours of blood orange, vanilla & fig. Here’s a little more info on it!

The Roast – Light

Farm – Finca el Gobiado

Region – Ahuachapán

Process –  Natural

Altitude – 1350m

Picking Process -Selective Harvesting (Sortex)

Variety – Orange Bourbon

Drying Tables – African Beds & Clay patios (25 to 32 days)

Check out our Brew Guides here!

 

Did You Know?

Ethiopia is the original home of coffee, first emerging from the country in the 9th Century!

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