Tasting Notes: Dark Chocolate, Black Cherry, Smoky
Grower: Finca Miramar
Variety: Borbon, Pacas, Borbon Elite
Region: Santa Ana, El Salvador
Harvest: December - April
Altitude: 1400-1700 masl
Soil: Volcanic Loam
Process: Natural process, clay patio.
We wouldn't do a dark roast unless we knew it could be beautiful.
Finca Miramar is a personal family farm and most of their offerings and lots come from here.
The region's soil consists of mostly volcanic soil and ash; having been replenished relatively recently as 2005 with the eruption of the Santa Ana volcano. Finca Miramar is ideally located on the slopes of the Santa Ana Volcano (which is currently active; and last erupted in 2005) and it ranges from 1400-1700 MASL. Being almost 100 years old; it is planted with the traditional Heirloom Bourbon, Pacas, Bourbon Elite varieties. We use Macadamia, Peach and the very common Pepeto de Rio and Pepeto Peludo trees for shade.
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