Product description
Chocolate covered liquid bananas! This is our new coffee from El Salvador and it's absolutely delicious! Expect a super intense and sweet coffee with a creamy texture, which tastes great in espresso and also in milk drinks:)      

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Characteristics of coffee

Finca Las Llantas, Apaneca-Ilamatepec



Type of coffee

100% arabica, výběrová káva, zrnková káva


anaerobic natural

Recomended recipe

Amount of coffee:
9 g single, 18 g double

94,5 °C

Weight of final drink:
20 g single, 40 g double

Extraction time:
30 seconds

About this coffee

Second-generation coffee producer, Jose Enrique Gutierrez is dedicated to producing high-quality coffees in a sustainable manner. His family produced coffee in the eastern region of El Salvador but left due to low coffee prices and a civil war in the 1980s. Nevertheless, coffee is Jose’s passion and, when he purchased his first farm in 2007, he did so with a specialty mindset. Finca Las Llantas sits a 1,200 meters above sea level in the Apaneca-Ilamatepec mountain range and is named for the car tires placed at the entrance, which serve as chairs where visitors can take in a spectacular view. As he purchased each new farm, Jose renovated the farms and installed integrated farming systems that focused on sustainable, high quality production. Today, all of his farms, San Jose, El Limo, Las Brisas, El Horno and Los Cocos are focused on specialty production.

Cherry is handpicked at peak ripeness and at intake, workers visually hand sort them to remove any damaged, underripe or overripe cherry.  Cherry is after that placed in airtight bags and sealed to ferment for 68 to 72 hours. Bags are kept in the shade to control fermentation.
Following fermentation, cherry is transported to the El Carmen mill in Ataco to sundry on raised beds. Workers at the mill turn cherry frequently to ensure even drying. It takes approximately 30 to 32 days for cherry to dry. Sarchimor is a ‘family’ of varieties from Timor-Leste and Villa Sarchi (a natural Bourbon mutation, like Caturra and Pacas). Sarchimor is a good mix of the flavor profile from Bourbon (via Villa Sarchi, a close genetic relative to Bourbon) and the resilience of the disease-resistant hybrid from Timor-Leste.


Taste profile
How to understand the grid on packaging?

We wanted to make it as easy as possible for you to choose your coffee, so we worked with the guys from Steezy Graphic Studio to come up with a “grid” – a simple grid where you can easily find the characteristics of each coffee.
The red dot next to the description of each coffee is placed exactly there, so that you can easily imagine how the coffee will taste.

Citrus – chocolate
Here we’d like to give you an idea of how fruity the coffee will be. There’s a long way from citrus to chocolate, so imagine more in between:
citrus, berries, green apples, red apples, stone fruits, dried fruits, nuts, milk chocolate and dark chocolate 😉

Mild – wild
What is mild coffee? We’d say it’s unpretentious. A coffee that you can just have every morning and not have to think too much about it. It’s just good.
The higher the dot, the more excitement you can expect in the taste of coffee. The more surprising and fun it can be. These coffees are fruity, fun, interesting and make you think about what it is that you actually enjoy about them so much.