Coffee Reviews

Spyhouse Coffee Roasting Co. - El Salvador Las Nubes

Coffee Origin:
El Salvador, Santa Ana

Coffee Species

Coffee Varietal

Coffee Elevation
1,450 - 1,500 M

Coffee Farm/ Producers
Battle Family

Coffee Roasting Date, Roaster
Spyhouse Coffee Roasting Co. - 8/31/2015

Coffee Processing
honey processed



The beans have the fragrance of navel orange, dill, cinnamon, rose hips, nougat, bakers chocolate, rubbed sage, mission fig, honey suckle, vanilla, baby banana, red grape, golden raisin, and cherimoya

The grounds have the fragrance of red grape, mission fig, dark chocolate, dried goji, cinnamon, sundried tomato, dried thai chili, pecan, vanilla, orange blossom, caramel, crimson raisin, and bell pepper

The aroma of this coffee is of swiss chocolate, raisin, pecan, red grape, caramel, honey suckle, mission fig, blue corn, muted orange zest, and sundried tomato

This is a medium body coffee that is well rounded with a velvety syrup feel in the back and a silky forward

This is a very high acidity coffee that is bright, crisp and somewhat over powering. It is straight forward with a dense tart start that is lingering and tapers to a dry pointed structure 


The flavors of this coffee are of tart cherry, dutch process chocolate, dill, mission fig, vanillin, tomato, burnt sugar, goji, cranberry, magnolia, red grapefruit, blood orange, tamarind, ginger, and fermented longon 

As it cools dried cranberry, mission fig, and red grapefruit peel and prominent along with a note of turmeric and lime develop