25 Jan '15, 8am

Trying out this coffee from @hasbean // ht @seanuk

At Finca San José, coffee goes through extensive quality control in addition to being grown under standards that support specialty coffee production. The unique micro-climate conditions include an average altitude of 1,500 meters (above sea level), an average temperature of 17° C, rich and loamy clay soil, and the coffee is grown mainly to Bourbon variety. Some other works done to the farm this past year included the 3 foliar fertilizations and 2 soil fertilizations, including one of organic fertilizer named Huisil, based on soil studies to ensure specific requirements. Where possible, workers ply the farm with stem bending or “agobio”, and perform coffee shade pruning to balance sunlight and shade requirements under sustainable levels. They also perform weed control, mainly manually.

Full article: http://www.hasbean.co.uk/products/el-salvador-finca-san-j...

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