Ld 1 - omni roast

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To ensure freshness, all orders received by Sunday 00:00 h are roasted on Monday and shipped on Tuesday.


Finca La Dalia, Family Guillen, Ahuachapán, El Salvador

An easy to brew, sweet and full bodied omni roast coffee suitable for filter coffee and light roast espresso. The latter is just perfect for a light and nutty flat white.

Flavour profiles:

  • Filter coffee: Filter coffee: Blackberry, pomegranate, caramel notes. Smooth acidity, sliky mouthfeel rich body.
  • Light roast espresso: Raisin, honey and cinnamon notes. You'll also find some cocoa, caramel and nutmeg aromas. Full body and smooth acidity.


Brewing advice for the Kalita Wave 155 coffee dripper:

  • Coffee grounds: 16 g / 0,56 oz
  • Water temp: 98 °C / 208,4 °F
  • First pour: 30 ml / 1,06 oz, 30 sec
  • Second pour: 170 ml / 5,99 oz, 40 sec
  • Third pour: 30 ml / 1,06 oz, 40 sec



  • Use water with around 14 ppm.
  • Grind coarser for a quicker brew.
  • Pour in circular motion and maximum turbulence.
  • Beans should degas 8 days from the roast date.


More info on this coffee:

Farm: Finca La Dalia
Owner: Family Guillen
Process: Honey
Region: Ahuachapán – El Salvador
Altitude: 1.400 – 1.500 m
Area in coffee: 16 ha.
Varieties: Pacamara


Historical Background on the Finca La Dalia:

Carlos Guillen produces coffee with passion. So has his family for over 100 years. And this expertise has also come from his wife Sandra's family for generations. So it's not surprising that the highest quality specialty coffees are created in close collaboration with some of the best beneficios. The 'Cuyanauzul Farms' brand includes the La Dalia, Santa Teresa, El Mercurio and San Antonio fincas, each with its own unique characteristics and distinct varieties.
Since the beginning of 2019, the next generation, José Antonio Guillen, is dedicated exclusively to coffee.

Finca La Dalia is divided into 4 microlots.
El Chaguïte' and 'La Dalia' together have 8 manzanas. The bourbon harvested here is characterized by sweetness and balance. Another 4 manzanas used to grow grass for cattle and corn, hence the name 'El Jardin'. Red Bourbon has also thrived here for about 65 years. About 500m away is the microlot 'El Cerro' (10 manzanas), also part of Finca La Dalia. The soil is clayey and the slope prevents waterlogging. Pacamara has been grown here for 20 years and is now one of the best in the country.

For your planning please note: To ensure freshness, all orders received by Sunday 00:00 h are roasted on Monday and shipped on Tuesday.