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El Salvador

Farm


Emilio Lopez

La Cumbre
Santa Ana

About

With Emilio, we had the idea of separating the highest plot of land from the rest of his El Manzano farm.  

Why? Because we believed that coffee produced at an altitude of between 1,500 and 1,600 metres would have a sweeter profile than that grown in the rest of the farm. Emilio has called it La Cumbre (“the summit"), quite simply because it is grown in the highest part of his farm! With an area of 10 hectares, it now specialises in single-variety microlots of varieties such as yellow and orange Bourbon, Pacamara, SL-34, SL-38 and Geisha.

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The farm in detail

  • Total number of hectares

    10
  • Altitude

    1500 - 1600
  • Environment

    Montainous
  • Shady

    No shade trees but wind barrier
  • Agroforestry level

    Simple

Meet Emilio Lopez

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Coffees of this farm