El Salvador

Amor y Sabor Pacamara

Orange Blossom · Pear · Maple Syrup

$21.75

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Your perfect coffee for that slow sipping experience. At first sip, you’ll notice a mild citrus aroma followed by the mild sweetness of pear, all coated in a maple syrup body.


Roast Level

  • Coffee Details
    Producer

    Ramon Ochoa

    Country

    El Salvador

    Region

    Metapan

    Cultivar

    Pacamara

    Years of Purchase

    1st Year 

    Process

    Washed

    Elevation

    1500-1900 Meters

    Harvest

    November-April

    Tasting Notes

    Orange Blossom, Pear, Maple Syrup

    Brew Method

    Kalita Wave

    Brew Recipe

    Ratio: 1:15
    Coffee: 23 grams
    Water: 345 grams
    Total Brewing Time: 3:30 minutes

  • Farmlevel Story

    Farmlevel

    Ramon Ochoa emigrated from El Salvador to Montreal in 1984. While living in Montreal, he worked in restaurants, took a training course as an industrial mechanic, and the school helped with a work placement in 1988, where he still works today. In 1994 Ramon received an inheritance from his father, and in 2012 decided to start a coffee farm. He chose the Pacamara variety to establish the Amor y Sabor farm.

    A very real reality of growing coffee is not only growing exceptional tasting coffee but having a way to bring it to market. In August 2017, when Alejandro Valiente returned from Nicaragua, all his neighboring producers and friends from Metapan had green coffee that they could not sell above C-Market prices. The main cause for this was a lack of access to the market and specialty buyers. The farmers and communities of the micro area of Lagunitas in Metapan El Salvador have had a lot of struggles, from inconsistent yields and devastation of coffee leaf rust to aggregators paying unsustainable prices. This changed monumentally when Alejandro Valiente and Ramon Ochoa started working together. The Amor y Sabor farm is the product of an operation managed remotely from Montreal by Ramón, Alejandro, and a small group of specialty coffee buyers who have been supporting Ramon’s first harvest in 2017/18. Ramon is hardworking and very connected with the countryside, the community, and nature. His farm ranges from 1450 to 2060meters and sits just on the Montecristo National Park edge.

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