Burundi – Karinzi Maruri Hill
Flavor Notes: Dried Apricot, Chocolate Syrup, Sweet Finish
El Salvador – Siberia Estate
The Silvas are committed to protecting their local environment and have accumulated a vast collection of earthworms, which they use to produce completely organic fertilizer from the leftover coffee pulp. Their coffee is hand picked, sun-dried and hand selected to guarantee quality, a process which provides work for some 24 local families.
The farm is part of the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor System that stretches all the way from Mexico down to Panama. When this network of ‘protected highways’ enters El Salvador, it passes through the shade grown coffee regions, which act as a ‘substitute forest’. For this reason, coffee farms in this area play a vital role as a sanctuary for most of the 520 migratory and native bird species found in this part of the world.
Guatemala – Finca Retana
Dark Chocolate, Mild Citrus with a toffee finish
Laos – Bolaven Farms
Rwanda – Karenge Coffee Villages