We have just received the second highest score in the October feature of The Coffee Review "Single Lot, Single Variety". This is our second month is a row with 90+ reviews. Also of note there is a whopping $50.00 price difference between our 94 point coffee and the highest scoring lot a 95 point Geisha varietal.
Olympia Coffee RoastingOlympia, Washington
El Agulia Pacamara El Salvador
|Roast: Light||Review Date: October 2013|
|Origin: Santa Ana Region, El Salvador.||Price: $17.40/12 ounces|
Blind Assessment: Savory sweet, deep, carnal. Lush night-blooming flowers, baked mint, molasses, pecan, an enlivening hint of green grape in aroma and cup. Soft, vibrantly rounded acidity; delicate but plush mouthfeel. Flavor settles into a minty chocolate in a long, deep finish.
Notes: This lot is comprised entirely of the much admired, bold-bean Pacamara variety of Arabica, a cross between the giant-beaned Maragogipe variety and Pacas, a selection of the heirloom Bourbon. Finca El Aguila is owned by farmer Mauricio Ariz and his sons, who are fourth generation growers. Olympia Coffee is the only roaster in the United States to be offering this segregated Finca Aguila Pacamara lot. Olympia Coffee Roasting is a small-batch wholesale and retail roasting company with a youthful, no-nonsense style and a commitment to high quality organic coffees. Visit www.olympiacoffeeroasting.com or call 360-753-0066 for more information.
Who Should Drink It: Those who enjoy the richness and depth of a fine Pacamara.