The coffee growers from this region initially got together to share ideas and form groups to facilitate the sale of their coffees. The group has always been quality focused and members currently working on standardizing practices, improving their beneﬁcio processes as well as their drying patios. They have managed to signiﬁcantly increase the quality of their coffee over time.
We elected to buy this special lot from our improrter friends Caravela Imports. The El Aguacate on the table presented itself as a coffee with medium to high acidity that ﬁlls your mouth with a delightful green apple acidity with a milk chocolate-like sweetness, with lots of subtle orange notes, and a sweet cherry like syrup flavor as well.