New York Coffee Society cupping, 2/21


So for everyone who came to the cupping (and for those of you who missed it but are interested), here’s what we cupped yesterday:

El Salvador:

Finca Mauritania – Aida Batlle Santa Ana, El Salvador. Roasted by Counter Culture Coffee.

Finca Los Planes Pacamara. Sergio Edmond Ticas, Citala, El Salvador. Roasted by PT’s Coffee.

Finca Cerro las Ranas. This coffee is so new, there isn’t a description online yet. From Barth’s note: It is a pulped natural coffee. This would tend to “naturally” put the coffee into a low acidity category which would be quite atypical of a Central American coffee. Roasted by Barrington Coffee.


Rwanda Burema. Roasted by 49th Parallel Coffee Roasters.

Zirikana, Rwanda. Roasted by Intelligentsia.

Rwanda Rusenyi (no longer available on the website). Roasted by Counter Culture Coffee.

Thanks everyone for coming! It was a blast!



~ by Anne on February 22, 2008.

One Response to “New York Coffee Society cupping, 2/21”

  1. Wow I had no idea how much time and effort was going into coffee. It is fascinating and going direct to growers is the way to go, part of the sustainable mix.

    My work is with recycouture ( and its kin…..alt clothing with sustainability in mind.

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