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El Salvador La Laguna Natural Wash Pacamara Coffee

April 9, 2013

Whole World Coffee is proud to offer one of its best, yet undiscovered finds: El Salvador La Laguna Farm Pacamara Natural Wash Coffee.

This Pacamara is from the La Laguna Farm in Central El Salvador. It is grown at elevations of 4,500 feet in rich volcanic soil. Pacamara is a unique blend of two varietals. 14020_10200892875069762_826224919_nOne half of pacamara is the pacas varietal, itself a mutation of the more widespread bourbon varietal. The other half comes from the maragogype line, best known as the “elephant bean” coffee for its huge leaves, fruit, and beans. Pacamaras are true artisan coffees. They have strange, exotic, yet pleasing aromatics and tastes. The La Laguna Farm produces a bean that is naturally washed. Its green aroma is sweet honey. When roasted and brewed, it is rich with light to medium syrup in the cup. The aroma is complex and exotic with cedar and honey, the taste is a kaleidoscope of nutty pineapple. The finish is floral and smooth. Whole World Coffee takes this Grade 1 bean and slowly roasts it over hardwood charcoal, then slow cools the bean in ambient temperature air. This old world method preserves the wide range of exotic flavors this bean has to offer. We highly recommend you try this exquisite coffee before supplies run out. Whole World Coffee is the only place to find this bean, roasted at standards that far exceed any commercial coffee manufacturers.

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