Finca La Esperanza Coffee Tour

Finca La Esperanza Coffee Tour, Santa Ana: Hours, Address, Finca La Esperanza Coffee Tour Reviews: 5/5

Finca La Esperanza Coffee Tour

Finca La Esperanza Coffee Tour
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8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Monday
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Tuesday
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Wednesday
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursday
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Friday
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Saturday
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Sunday
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
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dakotamorton
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Friends
I’ve been on other coffee tours before that we’re not even as close to as detailed in comparison to the tour at Finca ale Esperanza.

Farm owner Eduardo really takes the time to show you every step of the process relating to coffee production on the farm.

On top of all of that, he’s a really great guy and you can talk to him for hours. We shared some really good vibes and conversations late into the day; which began with some amazing pupusas, and finished with some very tasty desserts.

Eduardo also took the time to talk about other ecology and plants, animals, that play into the coffee lifecycle on the property.

The three varieties of coffee grown on the property are all very good, and you get to taste them via the pour-over method - right there at a little table on the farm.

Moreover, he drove us up the Sahara Ana Volcano for some amazing views of the city of Sahara Ana and surrounding areas.

He was kind enough to roast our favorite varieties that we sampled during the tour that evening, and then dropped the 1lbs bags at our hostel the next morning.

Do not miss an opportunity to check out his farm! Thanks Eduardo!
Written 19 March 2020
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Clint A
Qingdao, China51 contributions
Solo
I feel very fortunate to have found this tour. If you like coffee or are interested in farming or want to meet an enthusiastic local this is the tour for you. Door to door service in a restored Toyota. Local pastries, cool breezes and beautiful views. A great way to spend the morning.
Written 9 March 2020
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Laura S
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Couples
We loved this tour with Eduardo, definitely a highlight of our trip. He’s such a nice guy to chat to and you learn so much about the whole coffee process. We took our time and spent a really enjoyable morning and part of the afternoon putting the world to rights(!) He also takes you part way up the volcano which gives a fantastic view over Santa Ana. And his coffee is delicious! Highly recommend. Thank you Eduardo!
Written 21 February 2020
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niamhellenbrennan1
County Dublin, Ireland9 contributions
Friends
If you are thinking of visiting Santa Ana this tour should definitely be on your list. Eduardo and Bruno picked us up from our hostel at 8am, and brought us to the farm, we started the day with some great puposas and freshly brewed coffee! The tour itself was so interesting and informative, it was clear to see the passion Eduardo and Bruno have for coffee! It was amazing to see the process that goes into harvesting the coffee, we also got to meet the staff working on the farm. It was such an authentic experience, and a great way to support a local business! We couldn’t recommend this tour enough!
Written 8 December 2019
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shazausa
Burke, Virginia26 contributions
With the sole purpose of our visit being to climb the Santa Ana volcano, Finca La Esperanza Coffee Tour was a pleasantly surprising highlight of our time in El Salvador. Situated on the fertile slopes of the volcano, this coffee farm is operated by Eduardo and Bruno, two of the kindest men you'll ever meet.
When greeted at our hotel and driven in the back of their pickup truck, we knew we were in for a unique experience. Eduardo provided an excellent English explanation of coffee growth, the business behind it, and his family tradition. He showcased his farm of several acres, including the numerous varieties and ages of coffee plants, his fruits, and beautiful flowers and birds. Meanwhile, Bruno captured the moment on his camera and a link to view the photos was sent via email. Afterwards, a table was prepared for us to enjoy his freshly ground coffee and local baked goods. We purchased coffee to share with our friends back home and appreciate the backbreaking labor required to produce it.
Prior to our trip, we were apprehensive about our safety while in El Salvador. Eduardo and Bruno, however, have affirmed our belief that there are many good people in this world. Above all else, Eduardo's coffee, his passion, and sense of friendship transcend our differences as humans. If you are planning to visit El Salvador, you will not regret it, and this coffee tour is a must-do.
Written 15 November 2019
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Sandy W
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Friends
We had an absolut super day! Great time with Eduardo and Bruno and we had a blast. They wellcomed us very friendly- we felt like a part of their family. We got to learn a lot about Coffee and how the processing works. They picked us up at the Hostal and brought us back in Eduardos very autenthic super Landcruiser, what was a great experience. The coffee we were able to taste was soooooo good! We even had the opportunity to buy a bag, what I think is great! (Eduardo especially came to our Hostal the next day and dropped one of his bags fresh coffee off).
We would do the tour anytime again it was worth every penny!
Thank you very much!! :)
Written 24 September 2019
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Emmy v
Utrecht, The Netherlands6 contributions
Couples
Today we did an amazing coffee tour! The passion of Eduardo and Bruno for coffee is great and the coffee tasted fantastic! I would recommend everyone to do this tour! They pick you up and drop you off at your hotel. We had a wonderfull day! Thanks Eduardo and Bruno!
Written 9 May 2019
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Marco H
Hamburg, Germany4 contributions
Friends
The tour was remarkable, being so close to Santa Ana but still up in the volcano slope with amazing views of birds flowers and coffee trees. We did not have to travel a long distance. Me and my friends loved this tour. Was a great opportunity to see every part of the coffee process. Eduardo our guide was professional and knowledgeable, he speak english fluently. The hike through the farm was easy. We learned about how the trees grow, diferent varieties, the importance in salvadorean economy and enviroment.
We booking at What’sApp and worked great, we got picked up in the hostel at the appointed time. I recommend this experience to all who love coffee and wants to learn more about salvadorean history. Could be a good idea bring some cash as you will need it to purchase some of coffee produced in farm.
We had the opportunity to try many different varieties of coffee, with different roast, besides tasting local cookies and bread.
Written 18 March 2019
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Gabrielle Marie A
Lyon, France16 contributions
Friends
We talk about agriculture, economics and history of El Salvador while we walk the farm. An interesting tour where we could see the nursery and the plantation, and pick up some beans! I found the tour interesting and informative. Our guide Eduardo, was well informed. We learned about the different varieties, post-harvest processing, the diferences between dry, wet and honey process. The tour lasts 4 hours. Thanks to Bruno for the pictures and for delicious coffee tasting and explanation.
Written 15 March 2019
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Diana A
Bogota, Colombia11 contributions
Couples
Highly recommend. Eduardo and Bruno provided an in-depth explanation of the interesting culture of coffee in El Salvador. Growing, planting, varieties, harvesting, beans processing, and roasting. They pick you up in a beautiful old fashioned truck, you travel comfortably while you listen to the economic history of the 19th and 20th century in El Salvador. You have the opportunity to taste different varieties of coffees and different roast. Very educative and interesting experience. YOU NEED PUT IN CONTACT AND BOOKING WITH THEM ONE DAY BEFORE.
Written 9 March 2019
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Finca La Esperanza Coffee Tour is open:
  • Sun - Sat 08:30 - 12:00