El Salvador La Reforma Red Bourbon is a testament to the family’s unwavering dedication and passion. Thriving in the fertile, sandy loam soil of El Salvador’s Apaneca-Ilamatepec Mountain Range at an impressive 1,450 meters above sea level, this coffee boasts distinctive characteristics.
The Alvarez family’s innovative “shadow tree” technique, creating a natural shade canopy for the coffee plants, not only makes it bird-friendly but also conserves soil quality and enhances disease and insect resistance.
This coffee’s story is a remarkable blend of tradition, dedication, and innovation, truly representing El Salvador’s rich coffee heritage.
Kirambo coffee washing station is a picturesque establishment that stands proudly on a hill overlooking the breathtaking shores of Lake Kivu. The station, which was built in 2008, has had a tumultuous journey throughout its existence. Despite its rocky history, Kirambo coffee washing station has managed to overcome its challenges and establish itself as a reputable coffee processing facility.
Through their dedication to quality and attention to detail, the station has been able to provide local farmers with a reliable partner in the coffee industry. By offering support beyond mere purchasing, Kirambo coffee washing station has become an integral part of the local coffee farming community, contributing to the economic growth and sustainability of the region.
STEP 1: Tear the top of the coffee filter bag along dotted lines.
STEP 2: Pull out the hangers from both sides of the coffee filter bag, and place it onto your coffee jug/mug.
STEP 3: Slowly pour hot water through (92°C -96°C / 160ml - 220ml)