El Salvador Green Coffee Beans

Code Farm Process Descriptions Score Price 1-10 bags Price 11-30 bags Price 31+ bags Variety Crop Status Bag Qty Bag Weight (kg)
03-22-05 Varios Farms Washed Notes of apricot, red berries, caramel 83.75 7.29 EUR 7.07 EUR 6.76 EUR Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai 21/22 Available in Poland 92 bags 69 kg GP
03-22-23 Varios Farms Washed Apricot, fig, caramel and hazelnut. 84 8.49 EUR 8.49 EUR 8.49 EUR Bourbon, Caturra 21/22 Available in Poland 13 bags 69 kg GP
03-22-10 Helvetia Washed Notes of apricot, date, yellow raisins. 85.5 9.86 EUR 9.86 EUR 9.86 EUR Bourbon 21/22 Available in Poland 20 bags 34,5 kg GP
03-22-12 La Esperanza Washed Lemon, yellow plum, almond 85.5 10.2 EUR 10.2 EUR 10.2 EUR Pacas 21/22 Available in Poland 22 bags 34,5 kg GP
03-22-18 San Jose Natural Dark berries, currants, milk chocolate 85 10.44 EUR 10.44 EUR 10.44 EUR Marsellesa 21/22 Available in Poland 12 bags 34,5 kg GP
03-22-21 Las Delicias Natural Peach, apricot, sweet fruits, caramel 86.25 11.28 EUR 11.28 EUR 11.28 EUR Bourbon 21/22 Available in Poland 10 bags 34,5 kg GP
03-22-17 Holanda Natural Anaerobic Peach, dark grapes, apple, cocoa 85.25 10.86 EUR 10.86 EUR 10.86 EUR Bourbon 21/22 Available in Poland 10 bags 34,5 kg GP
03-22-20 Las Delicias Natural Anaerobic Apricot, nectarine, plum 85.25 11.03 EUR 11.03 EUR 11.03 EUR Bourbon 21/22 Available in Poland 14 bags 34,5 kg GP

Varieties of El Salvador green coffee beans: bourbon, pacas, catimor, sarhimor. 60% of the coffee grown in El Salvador is bourbon. It is characterized by a clean, bright, and sweet profile with strong citrus notes. Pacamara is characterized by a rounder body with tropical fruits, juicy taste, bright citrus notes.

Pacas has a round body, light acidity, floral and spicy notes.
Farmers in El Salvador process coffee using almost any method - washed, honey and natural.

Regions of growing El Salvador green coffee

El Salvador green coffee is growing in 6 mountain coffee-growing ranges.

Beans produced:

2020 - 0.6 million bags (60 kg each)

World market share in kg (Arabica and Robusta):


Coffee beans export revenue:

$108 million


from November to March

Make a personal procurement plan for the year! Best prices and unique lots: contact your regional manager for detailed information.

    Alotepec, Metapan

    Cordilleras, including Santa Ana and Chalatenango, are located in the northwest of the country, with a total area of ​​about 2870 hectares, which is about 1.3% of the country's total area. Lands in this area reach an altitude of 1000 to 2000 meters above sea level. The most common varieties of El Salvador green coffee beans grown in this area are Pacas, Bourbon, Pakamara, Catimors, Catuai, Katurra, and Cuscatleco.

    This region has reached a high level of production. It is known for its quality product and mainly consists of small producers who usually process their coffee to the parchment stage.

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    El Bálsamo, Quezaltepeque

    Cordilleras, including La Libertad, San Salvador, and some municipalities of Sonsonate, are located in the center of the south and cover ​​25% of the country's total area. Lands in this area reach an altitude of 500 to 1960 meters above sea level. This region can be divided into two subregions: 'Cordillera del Bálsamo' and ‘Volcano San Salvador-Quezaltepeque’.

    Coffee beans from El Salvador in this region have a balanced, creamy body, and their taste is more like vanilla, have a bright acidity, which provides a velvety character.

    Farm for growing green coffee beans in El Salvador
    Apaneca, Ilamatepec

    Cordilleras, including the departments of Santa Ana, Sonsonate, and Ahuachapan, are located to the country's west, where about 50% of coffee producers and cultivated areas are concentrated. Lands in this area reach an altitude of 1000 to 2365 meters above sea level.

    El Salvador coffee beans in hands

    Volcano San Vicente or Chichontepec is located in the Guadalupe and Tepetitan in the department of San Vicente, and the other part - in the municipalities of Zacatecoluca and San Juan Nonualco in the department of La Paz. The cultivated areas make up about 5% of the total area of ​​the country. Lands in this area reach an altitude of 500 to 1000 meters above sea level.

    El Salvador single origin coffee from this region is unique with its rich aroma of fleur-de-lis and subtle notes of chocolate.

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    Tecapa, Chinameca

    Cordilleras, including Usulutan and San Miguel, are located in the country's east, with approximately 12% of sown area. This mountain range is a significant tourist attraction and is also known as La Esmeralda de America. There is the 'Lagoon of Joy,' surrounded by geysers and hot springs in the crater. Lands in this area reach an altitude of 500 to 1000 meters above sea level.

    There are about 3,000 small producers of El Salvador coffee in this region.

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    Cordilleras, including San Miguel and Morasan, are located in the country's northeastern part, with 4% of the cultivated area. Lands in this area reach a height of 500 to 1663 meters above sea level.

    Green coffee beans from this region of El Salvador have a powerful, aromatic, and light body, medium acidity, a good balance between citric and malic acids, and a long residual taste with a sweet aftertaste.

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    High quality green coffee beans from El Salvador
    Fest Coffee Mission is a green coffee distributor in Europe which can help to get the best El Salvador green coffee beans for wholesale directly from farms. More information about green coffee for roasting you can find on our website.

    High quality coffee beans from El Salvador for wholesale

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    Our range includes only Criollo and Trinitario - high-quality beans from Honduras. In January, we expect deliveries from El Salvador and Colombia.

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