Coffeebeans Salvador La Cumbre Honey
  • Coffeebeans Salvador La Cumbre Honey
  • Coffeebeans Salvador La Cumbre Honey
  • Coffeebeans Salvador La Cumbre Honey
  • Coffeebeans Salvador La Cumbre Honey

Salvador La Cumbre Ilamatepec 250G

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There is no longer the farm of Emilio Lopez, owner of Cuatro M, including Ayutepeque, El Manzano, Santa Julia and El Naranjo. For several years, we have experimented with Emilio different processes, different parcel divisions or different botanical varieties, to offer you coffee of a rare diversity.

Cuatro M is a producer, processor and exporter of its coffees, as well as cafés of neighboring farms. Led by Emilio Lopez since 2001, Cuatro M has a long coffee tradition. Indeed, Emilio is the sixth generation of coffee growers in the family. By taking over the management of family farms, Emilio wanted above all to create a new and unique company in El Salvador. In 2005, Emilio and his team set up the processing plant (the beneficio) in the farm of El Manzano. Today, having one of the most beautiful production tools in Central America, he is able to transform his coffees through different treatment and process routes, always aiming for perfection.

El Manzano is one of Emilio's flagship farms. It is also with this farm that we started to publicize the cafés of Cuatro M in Europe in 2012. Located 16 km from the city and the volcano of Santa Ana, also called Ilamatepec in Nahuatl (language of the family uto-Aztec), El Manzano is the heart of the company since the processing plant is located there. El Manzano is a farm located between 1200 and 1500 meters above sea level, on a volcanic soil and having an area of ​​70 hectares. It belongs to Margarita Diaz de Lopez, great-granddaughter of the founder, Cornelius Lemus. 90% of the farm is planted with Bourbon Rouge, but other plots are planted with Pacamara, Bourbon Jaune, Typica and Kenya.

For the second year in a row, Emilio separated the highest part of the farm, El Manzano. Indeed, we thought it could give a sweeter profile than the rest of the farm, given that it is at an altitude between 1500 and 1600m. Emilio called it Cumbre ("the top") because it is the highest part of the farm! So we did a first try last year in Bourbon Rouge nature and we loved the very fruity profile of this coffee! This year, we offer Cumbre in nature, honey and washed.

Character sweet
Aromas Cedar, Raspberry, Cocoa, Caramel, Sugar cane
Roasting Very light Light Blonde Amber Brown Italian
Strength 4
Acidity 4/5
Origin Salvador
Production region Ilamatepec
Coffee plantation La Cumbre
Coffee farmer Emilio Lopez
Altitude 1500 - 1600m
Type of soil Volcanic
Composition 100% Arabica
Variety Red Bourbon
Treatment Honey process
Grade SHG EP
Humidity 10.60%
Screen 17/18
Score 86
Expert advice A very complex coffee in the mouth, very appreciated by its notes of caramel, praline and candy.
Conditioning 250G
Made in Switzerland
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