Salwador Juan Alberto Moran Cortez Anaerobic kawa ziarnista 200 g.
|Wysokość upraw:||1350 – 1450 m n.p.m.|
Cukier muscovado, orzech laskowy,
tamaryndowiec, kombucha, nektarynka
A coffee from Andrés Salaverria
The name honours those who deserve the honour. We dedicate this coee to the excellent team of collaborators led by Juan
Alberto, Raul, and Rocio, who put in a lot of eort and passion from the farm, making sure that the harvest is done at the right
time, cherries are carefully selected and cleaned, all the way to the mill where they make sure that all recipes are followed to the
letter with the established fermentation times, ideal drying, storage, and export of the coee. Without the support and commit-
ment of them, these results and this quality wouldn’t be possible.
Thank you team!
Andrés Salaverría has had a passion for coffee growing since he was a child, His family has been dedicated to coffee growing for more than 100 años, with farms in the coffee growing regions of Atiquizaya, Concepción de Ataco, Jayúa and Apaneca. Andrés is the fifth generation and has been dedicated to coffee growing for 11 años.
Andres remembers how he enjoyed accompanying his father to the El Molino mill every night to to see how the coffee cherries were arriving to be unloaded from the day’s harvests from different farms,He loved to climb on the trucks and jump on the piles of grapes, since then his interest has been growing. Every summer I developed temporary jobs in the family coffee company with the purpose of learning and implementing new knowledge. After graduating from university, he completed the Ernesto Illy Master’s degree in science and coffee economics, which was enriching for Andres and thus managed to form a clearer idea of what is behind the entire coffee production chain. as well as learning from different coffee producing colleagues from other parts of the world.
In 2011 Andres returned to El Salvador after his preparation and then focused on the commercial, industrial and administrative part of the coffee farms, together with his father Don Jose Antonio Salaverria, who is in charge of farm management, have managed to make a good team. Its objective has always been to diversify its products and at the same time to be always on the lookout for new trends in processes in other coffee producing countries in order to be able to replicate them in its beloved country of El Salvador.