Growth height1650 m
A varietyBourbon
Processing methodDry
TasteFilter: orange jam, grapes, plum, milk chocolate.
Espresso: strawberry jam, orange jam, hazelnut.

Nazareth Farm is located in the department of Ahuachapan within the Apaneca-Ilamatepec mountain range, which is the oldest coffee growing area in the country. Family
Acosta-Ariz was one of the first to cultivate coffee in El Salvador back in the 1850s when their first farms were established.

Now the 6th generation of the Acosta - Ariz family manages several farms in the cities of Ataco, Apaneca and Ahuachapan, where they cultivate about 15 varieties of coffee. Lots from their plantations have numerous awards, including 7 times COE winners and being in the TOP 5 positions in the El Salvador Coffee Expedition in 2018 and 2019.

The family uses only eco-labeled soil products on their farms. In addition to coffee, avocados, oranges, grapefruits, lemons, bananas, and macadamia nuts are also grown here, which often serve as shade trees. This is important when creating a special microclimate for coffee to protect it from the heat and provide more
nutrients. Amistar Extra and Broca traps with a mixture of methyl and ethyl alcohol against insects are used to combat rust in Acosta - Ariz.

Nathareth covers 20 hectares and boasts volcanic soils rich in organic matter. The annual temperature in the territory is 10 - 25 °C. The main varieties grown here are: Bourbon, Pachamama, Pacas, Anacafe-14, Geisha, SL-18.

Anders, who now manages farms with his father, is interested in
constant development of the coffee industry. He is working on new ones
methods of processing their coffee depending on the variety, nutrition, soil, latitude, altitude and other factors. Different processing methods are practiced on the farms: customs (20%), natural (60%), khani (10%) and controlled fermentation (10%).

Salvador Nathareth

Salvador Nathareth

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