Girls Who Grind Coffee Karla, Daniella, Alexandra Boza, El Salvador - 250g
Tasting Notes - Milk Chocolate Florentine // Black Cherry // Changemaker
Roasters Description -
Cynthia is a real force to be reckoned with, and the way we brewed this coffee brought out exactly that punch of flavour we feel lives up to Cynthia’s personality - a kickass spro-type drink that has accessible milk and dark chocolate notes, with that refreshing yuzu citrus his that lingers in your mouth- the kind of go-go juice that makes you want to get out of bed, and then helps you to really hit the ground running
PRODUCERS // BOZA SISTERS
REGION // FINCA SAN ANTONIO AMATEPEC
SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR
VARIETY // RED BOURBON, YELLOW ICATU
ALTITUDE // 1300,masl
PROCESS // NATURAL
About the Boza Sisters
The incredible Boza Sisters of Finca San Antonio Amatepec are ambitious change-makers carving a path for themselves and the next generation of coffee producers.
At their farm just outside of San Salvador, they focus on shade-grown specialty coffee through sustainable methods.
Believing their coffee was of poor quality, they sold it for a low price locally. Incredibly, after sending a sample of their coffee off to be tasted, they discovered not only was it specialty-grade coffee but that their local buyer was actually selling it as a single-origin specialty, using their name and photographs. Unfreakinbelievable!
The Boza women took it upon themselves to reach out directly to roasters to sell their coffee and lucky for us, we were one of the first they contacted! This is our 6th year buying from the Boza family.
In February 2023 we were lucky enough to spend time with the Boza family, on their awe-inspiring farm. The love, passion and respect they show for their land, the people they work with, the coffee plants, and the many animals that grace their farm (including a very lovable, crazy-eyed dog called Diana) was just incredible.