12 oz. Bag — $18.99
We are delighted to bring you an offering from our friends at Tierra Bendita. Las Veraneras is the main coffee estate of the Biokrop Project where Jorge Cruz Reyes and Laura Rubio produce specialty coffee in the Apaneca-Ilamatepec region of El Salvador. This Red Bourbon varietal has been controlled with 96 hours of an Anaerobic fermentation process. This coffee is refreshing and pleasantly tart.
"Paradoxically delicate and deep, this El Salvador anaerobic natural offers dried stone fruit notes at the top and sweet herb notes underneath for a wide range of sensory pleasure.”
Review Date: February 2022
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.
Throughout the past decade the philosophy of Jorge and Laura has been to combine a biodynamic approach through ancestral best practices and top biotechnology transfer where microorganisms, compost, biochar, bokashi, organic and natural foliars, repelents and BioFertilizers are produced for use of its maintanance plan to recover and make more fertility available in soil as well as two Magnetic Fields. Las Veraneras is 30 hectareas and has Pacas, Red Bourbon ABM, San Pacho, and Catisic varietals and processes washed, semi-washed, honey and natural drying processes and most recently began producing specialty anaerobic fermentation microlots. Focusing on harvesting rain water with its reservoir with focus on water conservation to benefit use during the summer and for the community. It has served as a model finca for other producers of the Blue Harvest Coffee Lands program as it has diversified to growing other crops as fine cacao, basic grain, and hibiscus, and honey production from the coffee tree.