Finca San Jose has been operating since 1970 in El Salvador. Since this date, they’ve focused primarily on specialty coffee production through sustainable methods. They’ve also continued to focus on our commitment to the care of the environment and the development of the local community. For the third time, we’ve been certified by Rainforest Alliance and hold a rating of 95.75% on average.
A third generation coffee farmer, Karla is a specialty coffee producer at Finca San Antonio Amatepec in El Salvador. She’s currently working on her M.S., Geography degree at Virginia Tech, and is an important part of the global specialty coffee community. Through talks, articles and interviews, Karla is constantly talking about transparency in the coffee world and speaking for coffee producers. Karla collaborates with her aunt, Maritza, and together they produce some of the finest coffees. While Karla is at school, one of her two sisters, Daniella, takes care of the farm and is an integral part of Finca San José.
We are lucky to come across this coffee.
In the Cup:
The coffee has a very smooth well rounded body and some milk chocolate and roasted nut lingering.