El Salvador

El Salvador

Coffee was first introduced to El Salvador from the Caribbean as a garden crop in the mid-18th century but did not gain a commercial production foothold until 1850’s because indigo, easier to grow and more profitable, was king. Coffee was first exported—695 bags—in 1856 and the government began to encourage coffee farming. Exponential growth coincided with the development of synthetic indigo near the end of the century. At one time, El Salvador was one of the largest producers of commercial coffees. Today, with a focus on quality over quantity, 70% of coffee from El Salvador sells for a premium above commodity prices.
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  1. Toffee, prune, chocolate, toasted nuts
    P8002399-2
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  2. Citrus candy, plum brandy, light floral, chocolate
    P8002083-2
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  3. Floral, prune, peach, Christmas Cake, good intensity
    P8002083-1
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  4. Citrus, chocolate, blackcurrant candy, toffee, apple
    P8002108-2
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  5. Stone fruit, melon, dark chocolate, round
    P8002108-1
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  6. Fruit candy, chocolate, fudge, oats
    P8002194-1
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  7. Raspberry, citrus liqueur, umami, good intensity
    P8002202-1
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  8. Cherry, green apple, chocolate
    P8002157-4
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  9. Citrus fruits, Caramel, chocolate
    P8002157-2
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  10. Red apple, chocolate, hazelnut, stewed fruits
    P8002157-1
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  11. Red apple, chocolate, caramel
    P8002019-1
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