Drip Bag Coffee - El Salvador Ahuachapan Santa Maria Natural
Tasting Notes: Caramel, Dark Chocolate, Butterscotch Brown Sugar, Full-creamy Body
Origin: El Salvador
Farm: Santa Maria
Growing Altitude: 1,200 - 1,600 MASL
Roasting Level: Light
Packing: 10 bags per box
**Freshly roasted, drip bag coffee is Roasted-to-order and shipped within 1 week.
Remarks: There is not including the coffee cup for the purchase of any drip bag coffee.
Step 1: Tear along the dotted line
Step 2: Place hangers onto the cup
Step 3: Add 90-92C hot water and wait 20 seconds
Step 4: Slowly pour hot water until 200-220ml
Step 5: Remove drip bag and enjoy your coffee
About Reko ORC (Operation Cherry Red)
Reko is the name of the washing station where this coffee is produced. The coffee is brought there by various small hold farmers from around the local area.
Reko started the production in 2001 and has about 850 local farmers who bring their coffee to the washing station to be processed during the main harvest season which occurs between October to mid January. The cherries is dried in the sun on the washing station’s 120 raised african drying beds, located in the Kochere region at the very high altitude up to 2100 meters above sea level!
This stands for Operation Cherry Red. 5 years ago the Dutch coffee trading company Trabocca started this project which final goal was to have only the ripest berries in the basket. Ripe means sweeter and fruitier and that’s what you get.