For Master Origins El Salvador, we’ve sourced an Arabica from under shade trees nestled along the active Santa Ana volcano. Close to the Guatemalan border, the Apaneca-Ilamatepec Mountain Range region is ideal terroir for growing coffee. But beyond knowing how to reap the benefits of altitude, fertile volcanic soil, a temperate climate, and an array of coffee varieties known to yield a good cup, these masters of the bean also employ complex processing methods that add depth to Master Origins El Salvador. A portion of this blend is processed using the red honey process. It’s time-consuming as a method and requires careful attention to adjusting the amount of sweet pulp left on the drying cherry. It brings a distinct jammy sweetness to the blend, adding a complexity of flavour.