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  • Tasting notes : floral, chocolate, wallnuts, citrus
  • Aromatic profile : Great body, light acidity, well balanced

Coffee Origin:

Guatemala

Organic Catuai coffee, in grain or ground. Origin: Guatemala. 100% Arabica, pure origin from organic farming; Grown in natural shade and harvested manually by the producers of “cooperativa mujeres”.

Country: Guatemala
Region of origin: San Marcos
Plantation altitude: 1300m – 1800m.
Harvest: manual, under natural shade, between November and December.

This high altitude arabica coffee is rare. The “Cooperativa de mujeres” coffee comes from a small producer organization dominated by women, in the community of emanuel, in the west of the country. The altitude which varies between 1300 and 1800 m, associated with the aromatic varieties, is ideal for the cultivation of a high quality coffee.

This gives a long coffee in the mouth, with floral, chocolate, nut and citrus notes, good acidity and an intense body.

This coffee comes from organic farming certified SPP (symbol of the producers)

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This is our Catuai from Guatemala.

The coffee culture from this Catuai, specialty coffee from Guatemala, is very similar to our story and values from El Salvador.

De La Sierra is one of the rare brands to master the entire manufacturing process of its product. From supply to final assembly, through the sorting of coffee fruits, the processes, the preparation of grains, the selection…

Above all, in order to perpetuate the value chain and allow producers to live decently, De La Sierra always offers farmers a price higher than that of the stock market price… In El Salvador, we are the producers and owners of a 40 hectare coffee plantation. Certainly, at De La Sierra, the coffee beans require the greatest attention.

Likewise, the same requirement for finesse and quality applies to all raw materials. Most importantly, in this global approach, at De la Sierra we roast our beans ourselves. A crucial stage, the temperature and duration of which must be established with precision. Roasting guarantees the aroma of coffee and this allows us to offer profiles with unique flavors.

A great story !
Five generations ago, Ines and Petronila acquired some lands on the hills of the Cacahuatique in El Salvador. In the same vein, we decided to continue this legacy by importing this coffee. The plantations are managed by our family living in Central America, the green grains are processed and marketed by our family in France. Most importantly, we have full product traceability and control and support from the government of the country of origin. El Salvador is a country in the volcanic heart conceived of lands rich in minerals which attribute a unique taste to our coffee beans. In addition, a flawless selection process allows you to offer a bourbon coffee with refined and harmonious tastes, of superior quality. This product invites you to awaken your taste sense with this new coffee from El Salvador. This production contributes to the evolution of life of Salvadoran coffee growers and respect for human and environmental values. Thanks to this, we have our Red Bourbon from El Salvador.

To sum up the value added, the whole team obtained their roasting, tasting and barista certificates from the Salvadoran Coffee Council. We invite you to awaken your taste sense with this new coffee from El Salvador. This Rainforest Alliance certified production contributes to the evolution of the lives of Salvadoran coffee farmers. Thanks to the cooperation of these two families, the company is managed with respect for human values.

We are proud to present a coffee our Red Bourbon Grand Cru, our bean comes from the mythological lands of the ancient Mayan civilization. El Salvador, thanks to its volcanic heart, has lands rich in minerals which give a unique taste to our coffee beans. The selection process makes it possible to offer you coffee with refined and harmonious tastes.

Meanwhile, six to eight months after flowering, the fruits being ripe, therefore, the coffee harvest can begin. To clarify, the picking method consists in carrying out a manual harvest by selecting the good cherries. Subsequently, a rigorous selection process is put in place to separate the quality beans. When exposed to the sun, the beans undergo natural drying in order to go to the next step, roasting. Roasting is an art of precision and sublety. Moreover, this know-how needs a great mastery, it is decisive to highlight the unique and gustatory qualities of each coffee. Finally, the magic of a barista will transform the sumptuousness of this grain into a true work of art.

In conclusion, you just have to taste this Catuai from Guatemala !

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Weight 250 g
Format

Grain coffee, Ground coffee

Type of roasting

Intense, Light

Type de machine

Aeropress, Chemex, Clever Dripper, Electric Coffee maker, Espresso, Moka, Piston or French press, Siphon, V60

Weight

250 gr, 1 Kg

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  • Tasting notes : floral, chocolate, wallnuts, citrus
  • Aromatic profile : Great body, light acidity, well balanced
Coffee Origin: Guatemala Organic Catuai coffee, in grain or ground. Origin: Guatemala. 100% Arabica, pure origin from organic farming; Grown in natural shade and harvested manually by the producers of "cooperativa mujeres". Country: Guatemala Region of origin: San Marcos Plantation altitude: 1300m - 1800m. Harvest: manual, under natural shade, between November and December. This high altitude arabica coffee is rare. The "Cooperativa de mujeres" coffee comes from a small producer organization dominated by women, in the community of emanuel, in the west of the country. The altitude which varies between 1300 and 1800 m, associated with the aromatic varieties, is ideal for the cultivation of a high quality coffee. This gives a long coffee in the mouth, with floral, chocolate, nut and citrus notes, good acidity and an intense body. This coffee comes from organic farming certified SPP (symbol of the producers)
  • Tasting notes : Cocoa, raisins and Kiwi
  • Aromatic profile : Creamy body with some kiwi acidict notes and intense body
Coffee Origin: Kenya This region of Kenya was actually a colonial settlement, it saw the eviction of many locals to establish coffee plantations. The families who chose to stay, became squatters and worked on the settlers’ coffee farms and only after Kenya’s independence in 1963 did the settlers sell of the coffee plantations to the local co-operative societies before leaving the country. SCA SCORE : 87 Country: Kenya Region of origin: Machakos Plantation altitude: 1450 m Harvest: manual, selective, between May and the end of June. Process : Natural The acidic soil of the region provides excellent conditions for growing coffee. The method of  doing Natural processed coffee is one of the oldest when it comes to the processing of coffee and is popular in dry climates. The Natural coffee process consist on drying coffee cherry and as such requires little to no water. Ripe coffee cherries are harvested and laid out on raised coffee beds where they are raked and turned frequently to maintain an even drying. In this process the sugars and flavours of the cherry itself are imparted to the bean contributing to a natural coffee characteristic.  
  • Tasting notes : Chocolate, nuts, red fruits
  • Aromatic profile : Sweet, Fruity with a light acidity
Coffee Origin: El Salvador Red Bourbon specialty coffee, in grain or ground. Origin: El Salvador. 100% pure Arabica; ranked among the best coffees in the world thanks to its creamy body, its sweetness and its aromas of chocolate and citrus. Country: El Salvador Region of origin: Cordillera Cacahuatique Plantation altitude: 1550m - 1800m. Harvest: manual, selective, between December and January. In 1857, the cultivation of coffee developed to reach the mountains of Cacahuatique, one of the most important regions for the production of coffee in El Salvador. Its predominant tropical climate provides ideal temperatures for growing high altitude coffee. The mountain range where the plantations are located begins near the border with Honduras, north of the San Miguel region.
  • Tasting notes : Almonds, Nutmeg, Vanilla and Honey
  • Aromatic profile : Its a gourmet cup, creamy, just like you like it !
Coffee Origin: Colombia Castillo  specialty coffee, in grain or ground. Origin: Colombia. 100% pure Arabica;  we love this coffee for the delicate and pronounced notes of milk chocolate and sugar cane. There are also notes of almonds, nutmeg, vanilla and honey. It is a gourmet cup, creamy like good granny coffee. Country: Colombia Region of origin: Cauca Plantation altitude: 1700m Harvest: manual, selective, washed and sun dryied.
Pacamara Natural Semi-anaerobic We are exited to share with you an extraordinary experience through the tasting of this exceptional coffee from Carlos "Finca Las Brisas". Experimental natural semi anaerobic process : Semi-Anaerobic fermentation in the cherry - 72h at 22 degrees Celsius. Later, the coffee was dryied without the skin for 27 days at a temperature of 29 degrees Celsius, until the grain humidity is between 10% and 11%.
  • Tasting notes : blueberries, banana, peach, honey
  • Aromatic profile : really intense, dense mouth feeling
Coffee Origin: El Salvador We are delighted to share with you an unique, cup of excellence coffee through the story of Carlos "Finca Las Brisas". Country: El Salvador Region of origin: Juayua Plantation altitude: 1200 - 1550 m Harvest: manual, selective. Semi-Anaerobic and natural maceration process, sun dried. Meet : Carlos Pola Carlos Pola, coffee producer in El Salvador,chas been working with the Pacamara grape since 1984 at the Las finca Brisas. This Pacamara grows under natural shade, mixed with mychorrhizae in the soil. The grain is worked semi-anaerobically during 72 hours, then dried naturally in beds Africans for 27 days. This excellent terroir work, plus the process natural semi-anaerobic; allows us to find an extraordinary lot.
  • Tasting notes : Hazelnut, fruits with a fine acidity
  • Aromatic profile : Subtle aromatic, sweet and long in the mouth.
Coffee Origin: Peru Organic Caturra coffee, in grain or ground. Origin: Peru. 100% Arabica, pure origin from organic farming; Grown in natural shade and harvested manually by the producers of Finca Sanchirio Palomar. Country: Peru Region of origin: Chanchamayo Plantation altitude: 1400m - 1900m. Harvest: manual, under natural shade, between November and December. This high altitude arabica coffee is rare. The Sanchirio Palomar cooperative brings together 175 producers located 14 hours by bus from Lima, the capital of Peru. On this mountain located between 1400 and 1900 meters above sea level is the production of this specialty Caturra. The De la Sierra team works every day to surprise you with the true culture of specialty coffee. Following several tests, we present you our first blend. A limited edition which presents a perfectly balanced cup with sweetness and a impressive length in the mouth. Perfect for morning coffee.
ContentThis is our Catuai from Guatemala. The coffee culture from this Catuai, specialty coffee from Guatemala, is very similar to our story and values from El Salvador. De La Sierra is one of the rare brands to master the entire manufacturing process of its product. From supply to final assembly, through the sorting of coffee fruits, the processes, the preparation of grains, the selection… Above all, in order to perpetuate the value chain and allow producers to live decently, De La Sierra always offers farmers a price higher than that of the stock market price… In El Salvador, we are the producers and owners of a 40 hectare coffee plantation. Certainly, at De La Sierra, the coffee beans require the greatest attention. Likewise, the same requirement for finesse and quality applies to all raw materials. Most importantly, in this global approach, at De la Sierra we roast our beans ourselves. A crucial stage, the temperature and duration of which must be established with precision. Roasting guarantees the aroma of coffee and this allows us to offer profiles with unique flavors.
A great story ! Five generations ago, Ines and Petronila acquired some lands on the hills of the Cacahuatique in El Salvador. In the same vein, we decided to continue this legacy by importing this coffee. The plantations are managed by our family living in Central America, the green grains are processed and marketed by our family in France. Most importantly, we have full product traceability and control and support from the government of the country of origin. El Salvador is a country in the volcanic heart conceived of lands rich in minerals which attribute a unique taste to our coffee beans. In addition, a flawless selection process allows you to offer a bourbon coffee with refined and harmonious tastes, of superior quality. This product invites you to awaken your taste sense with this new coffee from El Salvador. This production contributes to the evolution of life of Salvadoran coffee growers and respect for human and environmental values. Thanks to this, we have our Red Bourbon from El Salvador.
To sum up the value added, the whole team obtained their roasting, tasting and barista certificates from the Salvadoran Coffee Council. We invite you to awaken your taste sense with this new coffee from El Salvador. This Rainforest Alliance certified production contributes to the evolution of the lives of Salvadoran coffee farmers. Thanks to the cooperation of these two families, the company is managed with respect for human values.
We are proud to present a coffee our Red Bourbon Grand Cru, our bean comes from the mythological lands of the ancient Mayan civilization. El Salvador, thanks to its volcanic heart, has lands rich in minerals which give a unique taste to our coffee beans. The selection process makes it possible to offer you coffee with refined and harmonious tastes.
Meanwhile, six to eight months after flowering, the fruits being ripe, therefore, the coffee harvest can begin. To clarify, the picking method consists in carrying out a manual harvest by selecting the good cherries. Subsequently, a rigorous selection process is put in place to separate the quality beans. When exposed to the sun, the beans undergo natural drying in order to go to the next step, roasting. Roasting is an art of precision and sublety. Moreover, this know-how needs a great mastery, it is decisive to highlight the unique and gustatory qualities of each coffee. Finally, the magic of a barista will transform the sumptuousness of this grain into a true work of art. In conclusion, you just have to taste this Catuai from Guatemala ! Discover our histoty : https://delasierracafe.com/shop/abous-us/ Therefore, follow us in social media ! Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/delasierracafe Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/delasierracafe/?hl=en
Introducing a Ruiru 11 single origin from Kenya. This bean is a variety composed by many varieties. Catimor (female parent) is multi crossed with K7, SL28, N39, Rume Sudan, among others (male parent). The idea of having this bean is to have a high yielding, dwarf hybrid tolerant to coffee leaf rust and resistant to coffee berry disease. The bean was released in Kenya.
A bit of history of the bean
Ruiru 11 owes its existence to a coffee berry disease (CBD) epidemic in 1968 that lead to the loss of 50% of Kenya’s production. The crisis sparked action. In the 1970s, the coffee research station at Ruiru, which gives Ruiru 11 its name, began an intensive breeding program for varieties that were immune to CBD. This led to the development of Ruiru 11, which was released in 1985. Breeders were focused on creating a compact variety suited to intensive planting, but one that had the high cup quality characteristic of the tall varieties predominant in Africa. Breeders spend many years crossing multiple progenitors to create what breeders call a complex hybrid that would gather the best attributes each of the chosen progenitors. This work resulted in the creation the male parent of Ruiru. The chosen progenitors of Ruiru 11’s complex hybrid male parent conferred resistance to CBD (coming from Rume Sudan, Timor Hybrid lines, and K7) and good cup quality (coming from N39, SL28SL34 and Bourbon). The female parent of Ruiru 11 was chosen to provide compactness (dwarf stature) and an additional layer of both rust and CBD resistance. A small number of Catimor (Caturra x Timor Hybrid) lines were identified to fulfill this requirement (including Catimor 129). The final step in the creation of Ruiru 11 is to cross the tall male complex hybrid parent with the compact Catimor female parent. The resulting group of siblings produces Ruiru 11’s compact stature and resistance to coffee leaf rust and CBD. To mass propagate Ruiru 11, breeders manually pollinate the mother plants with pollen from the male parent lines to produce first-generation (F1) hybrid seed. This final cross results in hybrid vigor, hence high yield. The resulting seeds produce a set of siblings that are mixed together and distributed to farmers. This is called a composite variety. Because Ruiru 11 relies on hand pollination for mass propagation, it has been difficult to produce adequate volumes of seed to meet farmer demand.  
About our Brand
De La Sierra is one of the rare brands to master the entire manufacturing process of its product. From supply to final assembly, through the sorting of coffee fruits, the processes, the preparation of grains, the selection… Above all, in order to perpetuate the value chain and allow producers to live decently, De La Sierra always offers farmers a price higher than that of the stock market price… In El Salvador, we are the producers and owners of a 40 hectare coffee plantation. Certainly, at De La Sierra, the coffee beans require the greatest attention. Likewise, the same requirement for finesse and quality applies to all raw materials. Most importantly, in this global approach, at De la Sierra we roast our beans ourselves. A crucial stage, the temperature and duration of which must be established with precision. Roasting guarantees the aroma of coffee and this allows us to offer profiles with unique flavors.
A great story ! Five generations ago, Ines and Petronila acquired some lands on the hills of the Cacahuatique in El Salvador. In the same vein, we decided to continue this legacy by importing this coffee. The plantations are managed by our family living in Central America, the green grains are processed and marketed by our family in France. Most importantly, we have full product traceability and control and support from the government of the country of origin. El Salvador is a country in the volcanic heart conceived of lands rich in minerals which attribute a unique taste to our coffee beans. In addition, a flawless selection process allows you to offer a bourbon coffee with refined and harmonious tastes, of superior quality. This product invites you to awaken your taste sense with this new coffee from El Salvador. This production contributes to the evolution of life of Salvadoran coffee growers and respect for human and environmental values. Thanks to this, we have our Red Bourbon from El Salvador.
To sum up the value added, the whole team obtained their roasting, tasting and barista certificates from the Salvadoran Coffee Council. We invite you to awaken your taste sense with this new coffee from El Salvador. This Rainforest Alliance certified production contributes to the evolution of the lives of Salvadoran coffee farmers. Thanks to the cooperation of these two families, the company is managed with respect for human values.
We are proud to present a coffee our Red Bourbon Grand Cru, our bean comes from the mythological lands of the ancient Mayan civilization. El Salvador, thanks to its volcanic heart, has lands rich in minerals which give a unique taste to our coffee beans. The selection process makes it possible to offer you coffee with refined and harmonious tastes.
Meanwhile, six to eight months after flowering, the fruits being ripe, therefore, the coffee harvest can begin. To clarify, the picking method consists in carrying out a manual harvest by selecting the good cherries. Subsequently, a rigorous selection process is put in place to separate the quality beans. When exposed to the sun, the beans undergo natural drying in order to go to the next step, roasting. Roasting is an art of precision and sublety. Moreover, this know-how needs a great mastery, it is decisive to highlight the unique and gustatory qualities of each coffee. Finally, the magic of a barista will transform the sumptuousness of this grain into a true work of art. In conclusion, you just have to taste this SL-34 Specialty coffee ! Discover our histoty : https://delasierracafe.com/shop/abous-us/ Therefore, follow us in social media ! Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/delasierracafe Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/delasierracafe/?hl=en
This is our Red Bourbon from El Salvador. De La Sierra is one of the rare brands to master the entire manufacturing process of its product. From supply to final assembly, through the sorting of coffee fruits, the processes, the preparation of grains, the selection… Above all, in order to perpetuate the value chain and allow producers to live decently, De La Sierra always offers farmers a price higher than that of the stock market price… In El Salvador, we are the producers and owners of a 40 hectare coffee plantation. Certainly, at De La Sierra, the coffee beans require the greatest attention. Likewise, the same requirement for finesse and quality applies to all raw materials. Most importantly, in this global approach, at De la Sierra we roast our beans ourselves. A crucial stage, the temperature and duration of which must be established with precision. Roasting guarantees the aroma of coffee and this allows us to offer profiles with unique flavors.
A great story ! Five generations ago, Ines and Petronila acquired some lands on the hills of the Cacahuatique in El Salvador. In the same vein, we decided to continue this legacy by importing this coffee. The plantations are managed by our family living in Central America, the green grains are processed and marketed by our family in France. Most importantly, we have full product traceability and control and support from the government of the country of origin. El Salvador is a country in the volcanic heart conceived of lands rich in minerals which attribute a unique taste to our coffee beans. In addition, a flawless selection process allows you to offer a bourbon coffee with refined and harmonious tastes, of superior quality. This product invites you to awaken your taste sense with this new coffee from El Salvador. This production contributes to the evolution of life of Salvadoran coffee growers and respect for human and environmental values. Thanks to this, we have our Red Bourbon from El Salvador.
To sum up the value added, the whole team obtained their roasting, tasting and barista certificates from the Salvadoran Coffee Council. We invite you to awaken your taste sense with this new coffee from El Salvador. This Rainforest Alliance certified production contributes to the evolution of the lives of Salvadoran coffee farmers. Thanks to the cooperation of these two families, the company is managed with respect for human values.
We are proud to present a coffee our Red Bourbon Grand Cru, our bean comes from the mythological lands of the ancient Mayan civilization. El Salvador, thanks to its volcanic heart, has lands rich in minerals which give a unique taste to our coffee beans. The selection process makes it possible to offer you coffee with refined and harmonious tastes.
Meanwhile, six to eight months after flowering, the fruits being ripe, therefore, the coffee harvest can begin. To clarify, the picking method consists in carrying out a manual harvest by selecting the good cherries. Subsequently, a rigorous selection process is put in place to separate the quality beans. When exposed to the sun, the beans undergo natural drying in order to go to the next step, roasting. Roasting is an art of precision and sublety. Moreover, this know-how needs a great mastery, it is decisive to highlight the unique and gustatory qualities of each coffee. Finally, the magic of a barista will transform the sumptuousness of this grain into a true work of art. In conclusion, you just have to taste it ! Discover our histoty : https://delasierracafe.com/shop/abous-us/ Therefore, follow us in social media ! Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/delasierracafe Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/delasierracafe/?hl=en   Cela est notre Bourbon Rouge du El Salvador. Du café fraîchement torréfié, de notre plantation à votre tasse. On selectionne les meilleurs grain pour vous présenter la meilleure qualité possible.
This is our Castillo Specialty coffee. The coffee culture from this Castillo Specialty coffee, is very similar to our story and values from El Salvador. De La Sierra is one of the rare brands to master the entire manufacturing process of its product. From supply to final assembly, through the sorting of coffee fruits, the processes, the preparation of grains, the selection… Above all, in order to perpetuate the value chain and allow producers to live decently, De La Sierra always offers farmers a price higher than that of the stock market price… In El Salvador, we are the producers and owners of a 40 hectare coffee plantation. Certainly, at De La Sierra, the coffee beans require the greatest attention. Likewise, the same requirement for finesse and quality applies to all raw materials. Most importantly, in this global approach, at De la Sierra we roast our beans ourselves. A crucial stage, the temperature and duration of which must be established with precision. Roasting guarantees the aroma of coffee and this allows us to offer profiles with unique flavors.
A great story ! Five generations ago, Ines and Petronila acquired some lands on the hills of the Cacahuatique in El Salvador. In the same vein, we decided to continue this legacy by importing this coffee. The plantations are managed by our family living in Central America, the green grains are processed and marketed by our family in France. Most importantly, we have full product traceability and control and support from the government of the country of origin. El Salvador is a country in the volcanic heart conceived of lands rich in minerals which attribute a unique taste to our coffee beans. In addition, a flawless selection process allows you to offer a bourbon coffee with refined and harmonious tastes, of superior quality. This product invites you to awaken your taste sense with this new coffee from El Salvador. This production contributes to the evolution of life of Salvadoran coffee growers and respect for human and environmental values. Thanks to this, we have our Red Bourbon from El Salvador.
To sum up the value added, the whole team obtained their roasting, tasting and barista certificates from the Salvadoran Coffee Council. We invite you to awaken your taste sense with this new coffee from El Salvador. This Rainforest Alliance certified production contributes to the evolution of the lives of Salvadoran coffee farmers. Thanks to the cooperation of these two families, the company is managed with respect for human values.
We are proud to present a coffee our Red Bourbon Grand Cru, our bean comes from the mythological lands of the ancient Mayan civilization. El Salvador, thanks to its volcanic heart, has lands rich in minerals which give a unique taste to our coffee beans. The selection process makes it possible to offer you coffee with refined and harmonious tastes.
Meanwhile, six to eight months after flowering, the fruits being ripe, therefore, the coffee harvest can begin. To clarify, the picking method consists in carrying out a manual harvest by selecting the good cherries. Subsequently, a rigorous selection process is put in place to separate the quality beans. When exposed to the sun, the beans undergo natural drying in order to go to the next step, roasting. Roasting is an art of precision and sublety. Moreover, this know-how needs a great mastery, it is decisive to highlight the unique and gustatory qualities of each coffee. Finally, the magic of a barista will transform the sumptuousness of this grain into a true work of art. In conclusion, you just have to taste this Castillo Specialty coffee ! Discover our histoty : https://delasierracafe.com/shop/abous-us/ Therefore, follow us in social media ! Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/delasierracafe Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/delasierracafe/?hl=en
This is our Pacamara Natural Semi-anaerobic processed coffee from El Salvador. 88.5 SCA SCORE. De La Sierra is one of the rare brands to master the entire manufacturing process of its product. From supply to final assembly, through the sorting of coffee fruits, the processes, the preparation of grains, the selection… Above all, in order to perpetuate the value chain and allow producers to live decently, De La Sierra always offers farmers a price higher than that of the stock market price… In El Salvador, we are the producers and owners of a 40 hectare coffee plantation. Certainly, at De La Sierra, the coffee beans require the greatest attention. Likewise, the same requirement for finesse and quality applies to all raw materials. Most importantly, in this global approach, at De la Sierra we roast our beans ourselves. A crucial stage, the temperature and duration of which must be established with precision. Roasting guarantees the aroma of coffee and this allows us to offer profiles with unique flavors.
A great story ! Five generations ago, Ines and Petronila acquired some lands on the hills of the Cacahuatique in El Salvador. In the same vein, we decided to continue this legacy by importing this coffee. The plantations are managed by our family living in Central America, the green grains are processed and marketed by our family in France. Most importantly, we have full product traceability and control and support from the government of the country of origin. El Salvador is a country in the volcanic heart conceived of lands rich in minerals which attribute a unique taste to our coffee beans. In addition, a flawless selection process allows you to offer a bourbon coffee with refined and harmonious tastes, of superior quality. This product invites you to awaken your taste sense with this new coffee from El Salvador. This production contributes to the evolution of life of Salvadoran coffee growers and respect for human and environmental values. Thanks to this, we have our Red Bourbon from El Salvador.
To sum up the value added, the whole team obtained their roasting, tasting and barista certificates from the Salvadoran Coffee Council. We invite you to awaken your taste sense with this new coffee from El Salvador. This Rainforest Alliance certified production contributes to the evolution of the lives of Salvadoran coffee farmers. Thanks to the cooperation of these two families, the company is managed with respect for human values.
We are proud to present a coffee our Red Bourbon Grand Cru, our bean comes from the mythological lands of the ancient Mayan civilization. El Salvador, thanks to its volcanic heart, has lands rich in minerals which give a unique taste to our coffee beans. The selection process makes it possible to offer you coffee with refined and harmonious tastes.
Meanwhile, six to eight months after flowering, the fruits being ripe, therefore, the coffee harvest can begin. To clarify, the picking method consists in carrying out a manual harvest by selecting the good cherries. Subsequently, a rigorous selection process is put in place to separate the quality beans. When exposed to the sun, the beans undergo natural drying in order to go to the next step, roasting. Roasting is an art of precision and sublety. Moreover, this know-how needs a great mastery, it is decisive to highlight the unique and gustatory qualities of each coffee. Finally, the magic of a barista will transform the sumptuousness of this grain into a true work of art. In conclusion, you just have to taste it ! Discover our histoty : https://delasierracafe.com/shop/abous-us/ Therefore, follow us in social media ! Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/delasierracafe Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/delasierracafe/?hl=en
This is our Caturra from Peru. The coffee culture from this Caturra, specialty coffee from Peru, is very similar to our story and values from El Salvador. De La Sierra is one of the rare brands to master the entire manufacturing process of its product. From supply to final assembly, through the sorting of coffee fruits, the processes, the preparation of grains, the selection… Above all, in order to perpetuate the value chain and allow producers to live decently, De La Sierra always offers farmers a price higher than that of the stock market price… In El Salvador, we are the producers and owners of a 40 hectare coffee plantation. Certainly, at De La Sierra, the coffee beans require the greatest attention. Likewise, the same requirement for finesse and quality applies to all raw materials. Most importantly, in this global approach, at De la Sierra we roast our beans ourselves. A crucial stage, the temperature and duration of which must be established with precision. Roasting guarantees the aroma of coffee and this allows us to offer profiles with unique flavors.
A great story ! Five generations ago, Ines and Petronila acquired some lands on the hills of the Cacahuatique in El Salvador. In the same vein, we decided to continue this legacy by importing this coffee. The plantations are managed by our family living in Central America, the green grains are processed and marketed by our family in France. Most importantly, we have full product traceability and control and support from the government of the country of origin. El Salvador is a country in the volcanic heart conceived of lands rich in minerals which attribute a unique taste to our coffee beans. In addition, a flawless selection process allows you to offer a bourbon coffee with refined and harmonious tastes, of superior quality. This product invites you to awaken your taste sense with this new coffee from El Salvador. This production contributes to the evolution of life of Salvadoran coffee growers and respect for human and environmental values. Thanks to this, we have our Red Bourbon from El Salvador.
To sum up the value added, the whole team obtained their roasting, tasting and barista certificates from the Salvadoran Coffee Council. We invite you to awaken your taste sense with this new coffee from El Salvador. This Rainforest Alliance certified production contributes to the evolution of the lives of Salvadoran coffee farmers. Thanks to the cooperation of these two families, the company is managed with respect for human values.
We are proud to present a coffee our Red Bourbon Grand Cru, our bean comes from the mythological lands of the ancient Mayan civilization. El Salvador, thanks to its volcanic heart, has lands rich in minerals which give a unique taste to our coffee beans. The selection process makes it possible to offer you coffee with refined and harmonious tastes.
Meanwhile, six to eight months after flowering, the fruits being ripe, therefore, the coffee harvest can begin. To clarify, the picking method consists in carrying out a manual harvest by selecting the good cherries. Subsequently, a rigorous selection process is put in place to separate the quality beans. When exposed to the sun, the beans undergo natural drying in order to go to the next step, roasting. Roasting is an art of precision and sublety. Moreover, this know-how needs a great mastery, it is decisive to highlight the unique and gustatory qualities of each coffee. Finally, the magic of a barista will transform the sumptuousness of this grain into a true work of art. In conclusion, you just have to taste this Caturra from Peru ! Discover our histoty : https://delasierracafe.com/shop/abous-us/ Therefore, follow us in social media ! Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/delasierracafe Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/delasierracafe/?hl=en
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Additional information
Weight 250 g
Format

Grain coffee, Ground coffee

Type of roasting

Intense, Light

Type de machine

Aeropress, Chemex, Clever Dripper, Electric Coffee maker, Espresso, Moka, Piston or French press, Siphon, V60

Weight

250 gr, 1 Kg

Weight N/A
Format

Grain coffee, Ground coffee

Type de machine

Aeropress, Chemex, Cold Brew, Electric Coffee maker, Espresso, Moka, Piston or French press, V60

Type of roasting

Intense, Light

Weight

250 gr, 1 Kg

Weight 250 g
Format

Grain coffee, Ground coffee

Type of roasting

Intense, Light

Type de machine

Aeropress, Chemex, Clever Dripper, Electric Coffee maker, Espresso, Moka, Piston or French press, Siphon, V60

Weight

250 gr, 1 Kg

Weight 250 g
Format

Grain coffee, Ground coffee

Type of roasting

Intense, Light

Type de machine

Aeropress, Chemex, Clever Dripper, Electric Coffee maker, Espresso, Moka, Piston or French press, Siphon, V60

Weight

250 gr, 1 Kg

Weight 250 g
Format

Grain coffee, Ground coffee

Type de machine

Aeropress, Chemex, Cold Brew, Electric Coffee maker, Espresso, Moka, Piston or French press, V60

Type of roasting

Intense, Light

Weight

250 gr, 1 Kg

Weight 250 g
Format

Grain coffee, Ground coffee

Type of roasting

Intense, Light

Type de machine

Aeropress, Chemex, Clever Dripper, Electric Coffee maker, Espresso, Moka, Piston or French press, Siphon, V60

Weight

250 gr, 1 Kg