San JoseBy: Django Coffee Co.
We first met Karla and Daniella Boza at Manchester Coffee festival in 2018 and then again at the Producer Roaster Forum in Guatemala in 2019. This is not the first coffee we have purchased from the sisters as we have previously purchased from their own farm Finca San Antonio Amatepec. Finca San Antonio Amatepec has been operating since 1970 in El Salvador. since this date, they have focused primarily on speciality coffee production through sustainable methods. They also continued to focus on our commitment to the care of the environment and the development of the local community. For the third time, Finca San Antonio Amatepec has been certified by rainforest alliance and hold a rating of 95.75% on average. With a focus on shade-grown speciality coffee production through sustainable methods and a continued focus on a commitment to the care of the environment and the development of the local community. Run by three sisters: Alexandra, Daniella, and Karla, who grew up going to the farm every other weekend. With time, and as their father aged the ladies became more involved. They started to attend workshops on coffee farming, coffee plagues, and have even taken gardening courses to better understand how to look after the farm, now visiting the farm not to relax, but to work.
Taste: Citrus, honey and milk choc
Country: El Salvador
Varietal: Red Bourbon
Bag Size: 250