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Our Pacamara Trio shines the spotlight on the Pacamara varietal, highlighting how different coffee can taste despite the plant being the same.
The Pacamara varietal is highly celebrated worldwide, due to the distinct and delicious flavour characteristics that can be found in the cup. From complex and intense aromas; medium to dense bodies with creamy textures, and elegant acidity. Flavours often vary from rich chocolate and butterscotch, to tropical fruit highlights.
Here we highlight one varietal, but grown in three different countries by three different producers.
WHAT'S A COFFEE VARIETAL?
A coffee varietal is the name given to the type of coffee plant. Read our latest guide - here
AKI (El Salvador) - Mango, Grapefruit, Papaya
This is the eighth year we have showcased Carlos Pola’s delicious coffee, from the hills near the Santa Ana volcano. Creating a coffee that is intensely sweet, AKI has a flavour profile that is typical of the red Pacamara varietal.
CANYA (Panama) - Mandarin, Pineapple, Demerara Sugar
The unique Pacamara varietal is a cross between the Pacas (a dwarf mutation of Bourbon) and Maragogype varietals. Trees are often smaller in size, producing some of the largest coffee seeds, which are world-renowned for their remarkable quality. Canya displays a bright and vibrant cup, with tropical flavours throughout.
LA HUELLA (Nicaragua) - Passionfruit, Grapefruit, Dark Chocolate
La Huella sits on a small plateau inside the Los Altos farm which is at the heart of so much of what we do. Concentrating on this little plateau, and growing the unique Yellow Pacamara varietal, creates one special coffee. The cup is full of vibrancy and complexity.
INCLUDED IN THE BOX:
- 3 x 150g boxes of each single origin, gift wrapped.