Tasting Notes: Cranberry, Nut, Chocolate Region: Chalatenango and Achuachapán, El Salvador Farm:
Many Small Scale Coffee Producers Elevation: 1300-1600m. Process: Washed, 14-18 hour Fermentation. Varietal:
Pacas, Bourbon, Cattura.
Notes from Little Sister:
Yeah it’s getting late, but then, that was always the plan. You needed a little kick to get you here. It’s crisp + clear + powerful: a warm dark punctuated by tiny points of light. Drink up, Stargazer.
Stargazer currently features El Salvador La Meseta, a coffee named after a central plateau formed in El Salvador - the highest part of which is where this coffee is grown, processed and dried. La Meseta is a blend of 'peaberry' beans - which are as cute-looking as they sound. Peaberry’s are a result of a relatively rare and small mutation in which only one coffee bean develops within the cherry - creating a small oval bean often sought after for a superior flavour profile.
If you used to like Dogwood's Bearhug, you’ll LOVE this. :)