El Salvador Pacamara Coffee
Roasted By: Buffalo Buck's Coffee
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El Salvador Pacamara Coffee Profile
Taste: Sweet, notes of chocolate & fruit
Fragrance: Intense, floral
Aroma: Intense, floral, fruity
Acidity: Bright, citrus
Aftertaste: Clean, chocolate
Origin(s): El Salvador
Cert(s): Fair Trade
Pacamara refers to a coffee varietal that is a cross between the Pacas and Maragogype varietals. Pacas and Maragogype are varietals that were created by mutations to Bourbon and Typica varietals respectively. Pacamara coffee was first produced in El Salvador in 1958. It has since gained a very respectable reputation and is now regularly grown in a number of different Central American countries. Buffalo Buck's roasts and ships your order within one day, thus ensuring that you receive your beans as fresh as possible. Pacamara beans produce a cup of coffee that is quite distinguished from other Salvadoran beans.
What makes El Salvador Pacamara Coffee special?
El Salvador Pacamara coffee is a must try for coffee connoisseurs that are touring the world of coffee. This coffee has an intense and complex floral aroma that is reminiscent of jasmine. A bright and vibrant citrus-toned acidity pairs well with various fruity notes. This coffee offers a natural sweetness that is reminiscent of butterscotch. Despite the lively acidity, this cup finishes clean and with hints of chocolate. If you're exploring the vast world of coffee and haven't tried Pacamara yet, we suggest starting with El Salvador Pacamara, where it all began. We like this one as a medium roast, but Buffalo Buck's will roast to your preference!
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