EL SALVADOR SANTA ANA CERRO LAS RANAS RED HONEY 200GM

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EL SALVADOR SANTA ANA CERRO LAS RANAS HONEY Cerro Las Ranas

(the Hill of Frogs) coffee is named after the farm's lagoon that is populated by thousands of frogs located in Apaneca within the department of Ahuachapan, El Salvador.
The coffee is produced by Jasal, a family owned operation where Jose Antonio Salaverria and his sons take great pride in their meticulous attention to detail, from year-round farm management to quality control in the cupping lab; and everything in between.
In the pulped natural process (also called a honey process), Jose pulps perfectly ripped cherries and then dries the coffee beans, still covered in mucilage, on clay patios while constantly turning the beans to ensure even drying. This process provides a more consistent product than a full natural while still bringing some some of the great attributes of a natural processed to the cup profile.

Region : Apaneca, Ahuachapan
Processing : Red Honey Process
Altitide : 1,450 - 1,780masl
Variety : Bourbon, Pacamara, Sarchimor, Pacas
Flavours : Dark Chocolate, Roasted Hazelnut, Tangerin, Pear
Roast Level : Medium - Suitable for Filter maker

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GRIND SIZE :
Whole Bean : Full Beans without grind
Ground (Fine) : Moka Pot, Espresso (please inform us)
Ground (Medium) : V60 Filter, aeropress, Chemax, Drip Coffee
Ground (Coarse) : French Press / Cold Brew


ROASTING AND CONSUMPTION TERMS :
Roasting is our passion, we promise our roasted beans are all freshly roasted. Coffee consumption for espresso roast profiles is recommended to rest the coffee for a minimum of 10 days before you consume and espresso roast will be good to be served within 2 months for better quality. As for filter coffee, the best period of time will take 7 - 30 days. Additionally, the expired date of our very own roasted coffee can hold up to 12 months. COFFEE STORAGE : Coffee has four enemies : Heat, Light, Air and Moisture. Storing coffee in conditions that expose it to these elements will allow for the coffee to lose its flavour rapidly. Coffee should be stored in an airtight container. We suggest either a glass, metal or ceramic, coffee should not be stored in the freezer as coffee beans are porous and will absorb unwanted flavours from your freezer.