We are a micro roaster with Colombian roots - coffee runs in our blood. We roast coffee in small batches to get the best out of each coffee bean.
Ilamatepec Mountain Range, Apaneca, El Salvador
Altitude: 1,350-1,450 MASL
San Juan Bosco Farm, Andrés Salaverria
The 15-hectare farm Villa Guadalupe, from the Salaverria family, brothers Jose Antonio and Andres and their father Jose Antonio Senior, began production in 2015. The brothers are sixth-generation coffee producers. Villa Guadalupe is known for having an ideal microclimate for growing coffee and for its beautiful tall bourbon and pacamara trees.
The Salaverria family are innovators in processing and farming. They separate coffees according to the days of picking and apply different processes, fermentation and drying techniques depending on the capacity and potential of each lot.
The farm is part of the JASAL, project, which promotes the health and wellbeing of employees’ children from the community. The pickers are paid a premium, well over twice the minimum wage, for selective picking and José employs as much permanent staff as possible to maintain a local workforce.
- Whole coffee beans
- Preparation method
- Roast level
- Processing method
- Arabica: Bourbon
- Country of origin
- El Salvador
- Partner (importer)
- Mare Terra