||El Salvador Finca La Fany Honey Bourbon 2018
Finca La Fany has been producing coffee in El Salvador since 1870, and has belonged to the same family from generation to generation. Situated on the Santa Ana volcano, the farm provides work for 24 families in the community. It's in a biological corridor that stretches for 27 hectares from Mexico to Panama, and it's full of 100% Bourbon coffees.
We first worked with this farm back in 2004 when Hasbean was only Steve roasting in his garage at home, and this was one of the first relationship coffees we as a company were able to buy. Since then it's a relationship that's really gone from strength to strength.
Carmen and Rafael continually invest in the milling of their own coffee and improving the facilities they have, which has really driven this shade-grown coffee to just get better and better year after year. We think you can really taste the continuous development in the cup; this is one of our all-time favourites, and it's one of the coffees that we'd be absolutely devastated to lose if we were ever unable to get it.
In the cup this is digestive biscuit with caramel. There's a little milk chocolate too and a delicate white wine edge adds complexity. On the finish, you get a walnut that lingers into the aftertaste.
Country: El Salvador
Farm: La Fany
?Farmer: Carmen and Rafael Da Silva?
Farm size: 20.30 hectares?
Coffee growing area: 20.30 hectares?
Altitude: 1,450 m.a.s.l.?
Processing system: Honey
Medium dark - through first crack and let it develop well before dropping at the first pops of second.
"Quick Look" Guide
Digestive biscuit, caramel, milk chocolate, white wine, walnut.
Note: Cupping Scores for Aftertaste & Balance are actually 6.5 each, not as above (software limitation, allows whole numbers only)
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