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The Maracaturra: a hybrid* varietal, a cross of Maragogype and Caturra, that is common to Nicaragua. But in Apaneca, El Salvador, it’s growing on …

Emilio Lopez tells me that, in 2001, you would struggle to find micro mills in El Salvador. There were few small operations. But all …

The final day of Micro Coffee Festival El Salvador started bright and early – perhaps a little too bright for those who’d been enjoying …

Micro Festival El Salvador is a one-of-a-kind event (if we do say so ourselves). A coffee festival in a producing country, it’s dedicated to …

Juan Alfredo Pacas’ background is impressive: he’s a fifth-generation Salvadoran specialty coffee farmer, award-winning rum producer, and an industrial engineer – oh, and he …

The Republic of El Salvador was built on the coffee industry. Now that very industry is dying. During its glory days, coffee brought economic …

Dawn is breaking over the slopes of El Pital, the sun beginning to shine on the pine and cypress forests of Salvadoran coffee plantation …

What does a coffee producer’s average day look like? Our coffee contributor Karyan NG talks restoration of an abandoned coffee mill and producing specialty coffee …