Cat & Cloud's Finca Redonda coffee is sourced from the mountains of Chalatenango, El Salvador and the region's local farm of the same name. The beans were brought back to the coffee company's California headquarters by Bell Cisneros and Kristin Leonard who participated in a recent Chalatenango Best Cup Coffee Auction -- the first event of its kind.
Known for its premium coffee blends, subscription service and coffee-themed podcast, Cat & Cloud aims to introduce more American audiences to authentic and global flavors like this El Salvador blend.
The flavor profile of the Finca Redonda blend is described as juicy with notes of cantaloupe and papaya highlighted and its sweet yet balanced taste makes it an easy-drinking coffee with medium strength.
Cat & Cloud's El Salvador Finca Redonda is Sourced from Chalatenango
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