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Cuyanauzul Estate - Microlot 201 (Espresso roast)


Fifth Generation coffee farmer, Jose Guillen grows predominantly Bourbon and Pacamara varieties but also has small lots of Maracaturra, Geisha, SL-28, Tabi and Java Mocha varieties. (Maracaturra you can try in our pods)

No stranger to working with competition baristas and experimenting with alternative processing techniques, we couldn't find a more passionate farmer.

Grower:  Jose Guillen
Region: Apaneca-Ilamatepec mountain range, El Salvador
Process: Yellow Honey
Varietal: Bourbon
Altitude: 1200-1450 m.a.s.l

Profile: A fruitful medium and clean body cup with peach acidity, the sweetness of white sugar and the aroma of nectarine.

Roasters Notes: Manually brewed it's suitable for stovetop, Aeropress, Delta Press, Filter

About the Farm: These beans come from the Cuyanauzul farm estate in El Salvador. The farm name is a Mayan word meaning ‘snake of fire’ which references the lava that once poured from the volcanoes surrounding the Cuyanauzul Estate. 

What is the Yellow Honey process? During the honey process, as the coffee is drying, the sticky coating on the outside of the beans oxidizes and darkens in color. Beginning a golden yellow color, coffee which is stopped at this point is referred to as yellow honey process coffee.