The Pacas Family has been producing coffee for five generations, and selling it domestically in El Salvador. Thirty years ago they decided to process and export their coffees for the first time. Ever since, they have worked towards achieving high-quality coffees, caring for the environment and the communities around the farms and mill. One of the Pacas Estate farms is Finca La Esperanza. It is located on the western side of El Salvador and in its fertile soil, the Pacas Family produces 8 different varietals of coffee. This farm is 87 hectares and provides jobs for more than 100 people.

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Maria Pacas

Maria’s great-grandfather, was the first in the world to cultivate the Pacas variety of Arabica, and it was eventually named after their family. Maria owns this estate, and partners with other local producers in the area, to educate them on being a successful entrepreneur, coordinate check ups on physical and mental wellness, and how to best cultivate their varietals to grow the best specialty coffee possible.

THE DETAILS

Pacas Estate – Finca La Esperanza

PARTNER SINCE

2017

Origin

El Salvador

Farmers

85

Average Size of Farm

87.5 Hectares

Altitude

1900 m ASL

Varietals

Pacamara, Red Bourbon, Pacas

Processing

Washed, Honey, Natural, Experimental

Harvest Months

Feb - Apr

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