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Finca Santa Rosa Bundle - Steeped

Finca Santa Rosa Bundle - Steeped

Experience picks from the season of coffee with our Steeped Gift Box, which contains 14 steeped bags - in this rare Gift box, both coffees are from our long time partner Raul Rivera at Finca Santa Rosa. 

Regular price Kr. 255,00 DKK
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7 x Finca Santa Rosa Washed, El Salvador. This washed SL28 has a typical Kenyan profile, with crisp and ripe berries dominating the cup. Read more

7 x Finca Santa Rosa Natural, El Salvador. A deeply fruity natural Pacamara with a complex chocolate finish. Read more

About this bundle

Experience two coffees from our long time collaborator Raul Rivera in a simple and elegant gift box, which contains 14 steeped bags, ready to brew.

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Gift box

Two coffees from our selections for Steeped, both from Raul Rivera's Finca Santa Rosa, available as a gift box. 

The Gift box contains 14 Steeped bags, a simple and elegant way for us to present a selection of the coffees we find most exciting, removing many brewing variables, and allowing quality and character to shine.


Just add filtered water to enjoy one of our picks of the season.

Steeped bags are a simple and elegant way to present a selection of the coffees we find most exciting, removing many brewing variables, and allowing quality and character to shine.

Individual doses are ground and sealed in nitrogen-flushed packages, maintaining the clear aromatic character of freshly ground coffee, for over a year after roasting.

Producer: Raul Rivera

This is our sixth year buying coffee from Jorge Raul Rivera. Raul is a second generation coffee producer, based just outside the town of La Palma, in the far north-west of El Salvador, close to the border with Honduras. His farm, Finca Santa Rosa, is located at around 1550 masl on the slopes of El Pital, El Salvador’s highest point. The farm is planted mainly with the famed Salvadoran varietal Pacamara, and has produced some of the country’s highest quality coffees in recent years.

Jorge Raul Rivera Sr. began growing coffee in the region around La Palma in 1979. He was one of the first to grow coffee in the area, and one of the few that stayed during El Salvador’s brutal civil war, as many others abandoned their land, sold cheap and fled into neighbouring Honduras. As El Salvador began to settle again after the war, the Riveras bought the land that would become Finca Santa Rosa, and began to grow timber, due to government subsidies aiming to help the post-war rebuilding effort. In 2003, the Cup of Excellence came to El Salvador, a great showcase for the first few speciality coffee producers in the country. The Riveras saw a prime opportunity; if they could use the perfect conditions at Santa Rosa to produce micro-lots of high enough quality, they could fetch high prices at the Cup of Excellence auctions, making their farm highly profitable. They planted their farm with Pacamara, famed for high quality cups, and set off in pursuit of the Cup of Excellence crown.