12 oz. Bag — $20
Finca Hungria is a third-generation coffee business in Santa Ana, El Salvador. Founded in the 1930s by the Lima family, the 60-hectare farm enjoys significant tree cover which provides shaded growth for the farm's coffee but also serves as a natural rainforest habitat for local birds.
The V60 was designed in Japan and the name comes from the vector 60, or the 60º angle of its cone. This easy to use and elegant brewer is the go-to for many home coffee enthusiasts because it makes a great cup no matter the coffee.
Established in the 1930's, Finca Hungria is an organic farm that also carries the Rainforest Alliance and SMBC certifications. Significant tree cover by cedar, oak, and balsam offers shaded growth for the farm's coffee and provides a natural rainforest habitat for local birds. Largely unscathed by the Ilamatepec eruption in 2006 and the coffee rust epidemic in 2012, the farm maintains strong production and has achieved a Denomination of Origin status.
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