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Country:El Salvador
Region:La Libertad
Producer:Vickie Ann Dalton de Diaz
Farm:Matalapa
Farm Size:173 acres
Altitude:4,100 - 4,600 feet
Varietals:Pacas and Bourbon
Harvest:January 2020
Rainfall:86 - 98 inches per year
Soil:Clay Loam
Production Method:Washed

$17.50

12 Ounce

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Country:El Salvador
Region:La Libertad
Producer:Vickie Ann Dalton de Diaz
Farm:Matalapa
Farm Size:173 acres
Altitude:4,100 - 4,600 feet
Varietals:Pacas and Bourbon
Harvest:January 2020
Rainfall:86 - 98 inches per year
Soil:Clay Loam
Production Method:Washed
Now Roasting Full-time!
Tasting notes of raisin, honey & dark chocolate


Now Available in 12 ounce or 5 pound bags!
(5 pound available in whole bean only)

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The steep slopes of Matalapa face the Pacific Ocean, to the south, which provides afternoon mists helpful in maintaining moisture for the coffee trees.

Matalapa, whose name means 'place where rivers are born', is a fourth generation 174 acre farm averaging 4,100 feet above sea level. It was founded in the late 1800's by Fidelia Lima, great grandmother of the current owner, Vickie Ann Dalton de Diaz. Vickie maintains 14 acres of virgin tropical forest and keeps her coffee plants shaded with over forty varieties of shades trees.

The steep slopes of Matalapa face the Pacific Ocean, to the south, which provide afternoon mists helpful in maintaining cooling moisture for the coffee trees.
This has been a small but excellent quality harvest year, and the cup is lively and sweet.

Since winning in the 2003 El Salvador Cup of Excellence Matalapa has only gotten better.



See George's farm visit to Matalapa

$17.50

12 Ounce

   BAG(S)