We are proud to introduce for Summer 2023 our latest limited edition single origin coffee El Salvador from our roasters at Kokebi Coffee.

El Salvador is grown in the Cerro Cachio region in El Salvador is situated on the Cordillera de Apaneca mountain range, known for its numerous volcanoes and fertile soil that retains humidity.

The farms in this region, averaging 35.70 hectares in size and ranging in altitude from 1,250 to 1,400 masl, benefit from the nutrient-rich volcanic soil.

Type of Coffee: Beans
Beans: 100% Arabica
Roast: Medium Roast
Strength: 3.6
Flavour: Sweet Wine, Peach & Candy
Varietals: Bourbon
Location: Apaneca Mountain Range
Altitude: 1250 – 1400 MASL
Bag Capacity: 250 g

The altitude results in the coffee bean maturing slower which results in a sweeter more flavoursome coffee filled with flavours of juicy and full bodied wine, soft sweet peach acidity and candy-like hints at the back of the palate.


Our partnership with the Monte Sion Estate has lasted over two decades, during which we have contributed to the development of their own coffee nursery, cultivating the best coffee beans.

This coffee is grown under shade, ensuring that only the ripest cherries are carefully handpicked and collected. Any overripe or underripe cherries are separated to ensure the highest quality product.

The processing of the coffee takes place on the same day at the mill, preventing any unwanted fermentation that could negatively affect the flavour profile of the final product. After the initial processing, the beans are washed and graded using a conveyor system to remove any defective beans. Once the coffee is graded, it is sun-dried on patios, spread out in thin layers and constantly turned to ensure even drying.

In 2006, Monte Sion was awarded the Winner of the Cup of Excellence, and despite their struggle through devastating leaf rust and socio-economic effects, the estate has flourished. This has not disheartened the estate, and they continue to provide the highest quality coffee.

The Urrutia family established the farm in 1907, and it is still owned and run by the same family through three generations to this day. Currently, the farm is transitioning away from a Rainforest Alliance certification and growing into Organic certification where they will continue to achieve an environmentally friendly ethic.