Chalatenango is a region of artisans, painters, and artists. The picturesque town of La Palma is blessed with breathtaking landscapes and a perfect climate. Most beautifully of all, this place is famous for having murals painted in many colors just like all the handcrafts that have been created in this region. El Mural is a blend of coffees from two main cantons: Citala and La Palma, both of these are part of the Montecristo Trifinio, a tri-border national park shared between El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. Designated as a biosphere reserve in 2011, it is an area of incredibly rich biodiversity.
El Mural is a traditional fully washed coffee with processing that happens in micro-mills at each farm. It is honey processed which is between a natural process and a washed process. It is carefully harvested between November through March. It is fully sun-dried on patios and raised beds for 12-18 days. It is comprised of Pacamara, Bourbon, Pacas, and Catuai varietals that are shaded by oranges and native trees at altitudes between 1,500 and 18,000 MASL. We taste notes of orange, berries, and caramel.