Coffee Reviews

Crema Coffee Roasters - El Salvador Santa Barbara

Coffee Origin:
El Salvador, Apaneca Llamatepec

Coffee Species

Coffee Varietal

Coffee Elevation
1,450 M

Coffee Farm/ Producers
Menendez Family
Las Delicias farm

Coffee Roasting Date, Roaster
Crema Coffee Roasters - 10/12/2015

Date Sampled

Coffee Processing



The beans have the fragrance of cashew, dill, bergamot, lemon leaf, red current , all spice, cedar, condensed milk, buckwheat, cork, magnolia, oat, iodine, bakers chocolate, and snow pea

The grounds have the fragrance of bakers chocolate, roasted hazelnut, gooseberry, all spice, cedar, lemon balm, soil, curry, brown sugar, turmeric, buckwheat, red current, toast, magnolia, and coconut husk

The aroma of this coffee is of hazelnut, navel orange, bakers chocolate, dill, crimson raisin, cork, turmeric, buckwheat, magnolia, oak, oat, and all spice

This is a medium body coffee that is smooth with a heavy creamy texture that engulfs that back

This is a medium low acidity coffee that is complex with a lingering sharp note that is in the middle and is dry but the rest is bright and juicy


The flavors of this coffee are of condensed milk, chocolate ganache, tasted hazelnut, curry, juniper berry, turmeric, buckwheat, celery root, magnolia, licorice root, soil, all spice, dried red current, cover honey, crimson raisin, dill, snow pea and tobacco

As it cools notes of tart black berry come out like of cherry along with iodine, tobacco, black tea, lemon balm, and soil