El Salvador Chelazos
This staple coffee is the collective effort of 4 micro entrepreneurs in the town of La Palma, which is situated in the lesser known coffee producing region of Chalatenango – an area well known for Naif art that covers roadside buildings in bright, colourful murals.
Expect : Plum, Caramel, Tangerine
Enjoy with : With or Without Milk
Process : Washed
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This Coffee's Story
Once you have placed your order, you will receive an email to confirm it is being processed and then another one to let you know when it has been dispatched. We are currently operating with 3 working day lead time to process your order once you have placed it. We are offering free shipping for orders above £20
Operating times are 9am-5pm Mon-Friday. Orders placed after 12pm on Friday will not be processed until 9am Monday morning.
Local Pick Ups
Local pickups take place from the Roastery on Tong Road. Please note our shutter doors will be down for security and temperature reasons but we are always in Monday-Friday between 9 and 5pm – just ring the doorbell on arrival
If you order 1-2 x 250g bags of coffee, they will be sent in a letterbox friendly package so that you do not need to be in to take receipt of your coffee.
100% Home Compostable
Our 250g bags are 100% home compostable including the valve, seal and sticker! They will degrade in 6 months in a well managed home compost.
1kg Recyclable LDPE 4
Our 1kg bags are currently in LDPE plastic - some councils will recycle this for you, if you are unsure simply take it to your local supermarket with your other plastic packaging.
Lovely coffee. Flavourful and tasty.
Ordering and delivery were first rate. The El Salvador coffee we did not enjoy as much as the Brazilian, the aftertaste was slightly sour
El Salvador Chelazos
The taste is neither here nor there, when you consider the origins and the underlying notes in which you should get.