Why Pacamara is unique to El Salvador

The Pacamara bean story

The Pacamara coffee varietal is the result from the crossing of Pacas – a mutation of the Bourbon coffee plant, and the Maragogipe coffee plant known for it’s enormous bean size.The idea was put forward to blend the characteristics of the delicate but fascinating Maragogipe with the robust and reliable Read more…

The Bean Story

Santa Leticia have continued the long standing tradition of growing coffee since 1873. Known for growing one of the most popular coffee varietal called Bourbon which is a botanical variety of Coffee Arabica and one of the oldest and most traditional of coffee varieties. Bourbon coffee produces a cup quality Read more…

The Santa Leticia Estate

The estate is located in a beautiful valley close to the township of Apaneca, at an altitude ranging from 4,000 ft to 5,700 ft. The Apaneca mountain range is found in the region of Ahuachapán, El Salvador’s centre of coffee production. This area has produced many award-winning coffees. There are Read more…