When the Calderon Sol family bought this farm in Canton Alvarez, El Salvador, the beautiful views of Santa Tecla volcano seen from the pinnacle of their land inspired them to change the farm’s name to Bello Horizonte, or Beautiful Horizon. They can also see the El Chingo volcano in Guatemala. Nearly 10% of the farm is maintained as a forest reserve in this remote region, which requires a good 4WD because of the rugged terrain which is incredibly steep at this high elevation.
How to serve
As an espresso: Notes of dried plums, dates, apricots and cocoa powder, medium body and drying sensation at the end.
With milk: 5-7oz, flavours of Golden Syrup, honeycomb and panna cotta.
Makes us want
- Ruth Clemens’ Golden Syrup Loaf Cake
- All kinds of panna cotta, and the Kitchn knows all about it
- This unusual Honey and Ginger Baked Alaska
Discover the beans
Bello Horizonte washed bourbon, El Salvador
Plummy, nectarine and sweet white stone fruit. Complex grape and apple acidity, fresh sweet figs on cooling
Varietal – bourbon
Process – washed