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SWEET PACAMARA - medium body
- Fruity notes of ripe oranges with intense flavors of brown sugar, caramel and sweet chocolate.
- Filling: *, roasting: *, aroma: * (*), character: * (*)
- Flavor: Chocolate, fruit
Coffee was first built at the beginning of the 18th century by the French in the Caribbean Islands, the former colonies of the French. Around 1740 the coffee found north of Nicaragua his way to Central America, after El Salvador, South of Guatemala, West of Honduras. El Salvador is known to grow almost exclusively "original coffee" (Arabica heirloom varieties, direct descendants of the original coffee from Ethiopia and Yemen), 68% Arabica Bourbon (an heirloom to 1700 mutation of the Réunion Island) and 30% Arabica pacas, a Bourbon discovered mutation, the 1949. The cultivation of Arabica Pacamara, a cross between Arabica red Maragogype (an Arabica Typica mutation, called also Elefantenboh-nen) and pacas Arabica (Arabica Bourbon mutation) a masterpiece of genetics was a Department of the Salvadoran Institute for coffee research (ISIC) in 1958. After 30 years of careful after breeding, the ISIC released the fifth generation of Pacamara cultivation. In El Salvador, the coffee is grown on volcanic soil at altitudes of 1200-1500 m. Pacamara coffee beans are three to four times as large as conventional coffee beans. The coffee is slightly stronger and more intense as the Maragogype, has a very pleasant host (medium-body), and the flavor is highly dependent on the degree of roast. Vee prefers a gentle, but longer for roasting. Vee's sweet Pacamara developed this fruity notes of ripe oranges with intense flavors of brown sugar, caramel and sweet chocolate. Vee's sweet Pacamara can be drunk so as both a coffee mild coffee.
Preparation: Filter coffee, espresso, cappuccino, latte macchiato
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