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About eight weeks from now, you should start to see the first of the fresh crop from El Salvador hit the shelves of the country's best coffee houses.

6th April, 2014
Colin Harmon is the owner of 3FE in Dublin, and tweets at @dublinbarista.

About eight weeks from now, you should start to see the first of the fresh crop from El Salvador hit the shelves of the country's best coffee houses. Since emerging from the civil war of the 1980s, the Central American country has become one of the most acclaimed destinations for coffee buyers, and it's one of my own personal favourites.

But production this year is down by a reported 60 per cent. This, coupled with...

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