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El Salvador Micro-lot Finca Las Nubes Honey Prep



The cup is sweet smooth and nutty like pecan brittle, toffee, and crisp with lime and melon notes.


Optional Airtight Packing

One way valve bags. Once sealed, only allow CO2 and O2 to escape the package through a one way valve, effectively purging almost all of the O2


This Bourbon varietal is grown in the Buenos Aires region at altitudes from 4300 to 4600 feet and processed using the Honey Prep technique, similar to pulped natural process.

Isidro Batlle purchased this land in the early 1920s and inspired by its altitude, gave it the name “Las Nubes” (The Clouds). Planted predominately with the Bourbon variety, Las Nubes boasts almost 100 years of coffee production. Arguably more important is the extensive soil structure and development that can be achieved over this time span. Las Nubes is managed by Eduardo Moran Larin, the administrator of the farm. Currently, 15 manzanas of land are dedicated to a developmental project involving the Typica, Kenya, and Castillo varieties in an attempt to achieve more roya-resistant plants. They are also experimenting with reducing the density of plants per manzana in an attempt to increase average yield and production in the future. Eduardo claims that the quality of coffee coming out of Las Nubes is due to its ideal altitude combined with their fertilization and foliage management. Overall, the focus at Las Nubes lies entirely in the final quality of the cup. From when a seed is planted to the point that it’s cherries are harvested, Las Nubes is constantly striving to take every action possible in improving and maintaining its production of specialty coffee.

The cup is sweet smooth and nutty like pecan brittle, toffee, and crisp with lime and melon notes.

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