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La Siberia

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La Siberia

17.00

Farm: La Siberia

Producer: Rafael + Carmen Silva

Region: Ahuachapán, El Salvador

Varietal: Yellow Bourbon

Elevation: 1400-1420 meters

Marks: Rainforest Alliance Certified

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Farm: La Siberia

Producer: Rafael + Carmen Silva

Region: Ahuachapán, El Salvador

Varietal: Yellow Bourbon

Elevation: 1400-1420 meters

Marks: Rainforest Alliance Certified

 Rafael comes from a long line of coffee growers dating to the 1870's. Rafael's ancestors decided to try planting coffee on one of the highest summits of the Apaneca-Ilamatepec mountain range sitting between 1,450 and 1,650 meters above sea level. The two named that farm La Siberia, for its chaotic - often cool - weather conditions and difficult accessibility. They are extremely conscious in their growing practices, and their agricultural practices have mostly stayed the same since the beginning. Each generation has taught the next with an eye on continually innovating - using sustainable practices to improve quality.  Appropriate canopy shades growing coffee, of which the farm has two varietals; Bourbon and Pacamara. Their coffee is picked by hand at perfect ripeness and beans are sundried and raked by hand. 

Tasting Notes: bright and sweet with notes of tangerine and apple