El Salvador Coffee

Coffee was one of the building blocks of El Salvador's early history - at one point providing over 50% of the country's overseas exports. Increased competition from bigger countries in the region has seen its importance decline economically, but in cultural terms El Salvador is still rightly proud of its rich coffee growing heritage. In fact, El Salvador still largely produces coffee grown in shade plantations - unlike many other coffee producing nations. Shade plantations mean that the coffee plants grow in the shade of a natural forest canopy - which is actually the natural way that wild coffee grows. While this has meant that El Salvador hasn't been able to keep pace in terms of coffee production in terms of numbers, you can be sure that this is among the most natural tasting of coffees. Typically, El Salvadorian coffee tends to be round and sweet, making it a very accessible coffee.

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