What I’ve Been Brewing: El Salvador Finca Santa Rosa, Burundi Gaharo, And 17ft Ceiling

What I’ve Been Brewing: El Salvador Finca Santa Rosa, Burundi Gaharo, and 17ft Ceiling

For an Aeropress, Chemex, or V60, I've been drinking a lot of an El Salavador Processed bean from the Finca Santa Rosa Coffee Farm roasted by Coffee Labs in Tarrytown, NY. Given the honey process (which has nothing to do with honey), this coffee has a distinct sweetness, slight acidity, and a syrupy body. The beans are gigantic (see the featured image at the top). I've had three pounds of this over the past month. I just went back in to Coffee Labs today to get another pound of it,…

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