|Roast Level: Medium Roast|
|Tasting Notes: Sweet - Full Body - Tangerine|
Los Chelazos is a blend of coffees from the cantons of Citala and La Palma, which are part of the Montecristo Trifinio. This national park is bordered by El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras and is a protected reserve rich with bio-diversity.
The Los Chelazos project is the result of a group of small scale producers who pick and process their own coffee, in micro mills at each farm. A combination of farms, varietals and farming practices contribute result in a coffee full of complexity.
|Origin: Citala & La Palma, Chalatenango|
|Altitude: 1500–1800 MASL|
|Varietal: Bourbon, Pacas, Catuai, Pacamara|
|Process: Fully Washed & Sun Dried|
This coffee is sweet, full bodied and complex which makes it suited for all types of brewing methods.
We make Americanos and Espressos, and this is the best coffee we have ever had in our life. It’s strong, bold, smooth, and absolutely perfect!
this is the best of the Cuvee coffees I have tried.
Used to buy this at HEB, but would occasionally not have my preferred flavor in stock. This is the same price, or better, with free shipping. I take out a week's worth and store the rest in the freezer. Excellent coffee.
Loved this coffee ☕️
El Salvador coffees can be difficult to roast because most of them come out just ok. And it can lead some to think the roast is just right, but with the right amount of nuance there are lots of flavors to be unlocked. Cuvee has nailed it here. When rested a bit off roast the middle of this coffee yields sweet fruit flavors, especially strawberry with a very pleasant finish that lingers. I found a Chemex with a slightly finer grind to lengthen extraction and a 15.5:1 ratio seemed to be right on the money to get the most from this.