El Salvador - Los PirineosSingle Origin
The farm takes its name from the Pyrenees mountain range located between France and Spain. Los Pirineos covers 80 hectares, coffee is grown on 60 hectares and 10 hectares of wild forest are preserved. The Baraona family cultivates, at an altitude of 1600m, many varieties such as red & yellow bourbon, tekisic, pacas, pacamara, colombia, catisic, icatu, casiopea, anacafe 14, laurina, heirloom.
Gilberto Baraona was the head of a family business with over 130 years of tradition in specialty coffee. Gilberto was one of the most renowned coffee producers in El Salvador having won numerous awards. Today, Diego and Fabiola, his children, have taken over from their father who tragically died of Covid in June 2020.
Usulután, Usulután Department
|Country||El Salvador 🇸🇻
Almond, Lemon, Black Tea & Florals