History of the Bonita farm: located in canton Jocotan at an altitude of 1800 masl, 3 years ago we bought 6 hectares of land and we started planting an hectare of pacamara 3 years ago and last year 2 hectares, 1 of Geisha and another one with pacamara. 


With many efforts we already have 3 cultivated hectares, we have a lot of vegetation and animals that we protect, there is also a water births. We are sowing and protecting the environment.


I have three children for which I make an effort because from here where I live to the Bonita it costs us to arrive because the land does not have a road street, it has cost us a lot to bring the mass and fertilizers, and we pull them on horses. When my husband works there we go with my children to give him the food, the idea is to make a ranch there to be with my children while we are working on the farm, since we do not have many resources to bring the sustenance of our children but with the help of my God we are hoping that we will do well with the harvests of my coffee.


Farm Information
  • Farm Name
    La Bonita
  • Farmer
    Norelvia Angelica Elias De Diaz
  • Altitude
  • Score
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Lot Information
  • Year
  • Processing System
  • Variety
  • Overall
    Honeydew, Bergamot, Papaya, Blackcurrant, Red Grape, Licorice Anise, Caramel, Red Currants, Cranberries, Grape, Apple, Blueberry, Juicy, Brown Sugar, Prune, Citric Floral Honey Brown Sugar Tea-Like
  • Aroma / Flavor
    Lime Acidity, Tartaric Acidity, Citric, Tartaric And Malic, Complex, Crisp And Complex
  • Acidity
    Long Sweet Finish, Well Balanced, Smooth, Well Balanced, Creamy, Bright, Elegant, Creamy, Long Aftertaste, Brown Sugar Caramel, Delicate Clean

JOCOTAN, El Salvador


Cup of Excellence