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Café Tacuba, Mezcla de casa EL SALVADOR

The coffees for our house blend are sourced from the producers Carlos Pola, Enrique Helinburg and Eduardo Arrivillaga at Tacuba. The three coffees complement each other ideally and make a wonderful blend. 

The combination results in a broad flavour profile with lots of aroma and is suitable for many preparation methods. The slightly darker roast also ensures that the fruit acidity is not too intense and should help with the introduction to the world of speciality coffees.

Café Tacuba is a small micro-roasting company from Lucerne. The founding members are Manolo, Amin and Nikolaj. Manolo is a coffee producer from El Salvador and owns his own coffee plantation there. During the harvest, he visits the farms in El Salvador for a long time and buys coffee from his family and friends. In the small restaurant in Lucerne, where coffee can be drunk and beans bought at the same time, they are then roasted on the small 5kg Probat machine. Manolo then takes great pleasure in presenting the different coffees to the customers and advising them.

Transparency is very important to Café Tacuba. The coffees can be traced back to the respective coffee farmer. We maintain a friendly relationship with them and strive for long-term cooperation. The single origin coffees are all handpicked and of the highest quality. By purchasing directly from the coffee farmers, Café Tacuba is able to provide a fair wage for all those involved in the value chain and thus helps to counteract poverty in El Salvador.
Durability

3 months

Label

Directtrade

CHF 7.00 / 250 g  
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1 2 3
Price per cup
0.20 CHF
ARTICLE NUMBER
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