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Ataco Impossible – Small Producer Regional

Our Ataco Impossible is a project coffee of the Coffee School Project. We have united smaller farmers in the region & created a blend that has a chocolaty sweet cup profile. The volume lot is well suited for blends.

With this coffee you directly support the small coffee farmers of the region.

coffee school ataco impossible small producer regional blend

Cultivation area

- El Salvador | City of Ataco, Ahuachapan
- Apaneca-Lamatepec mountain range
- 1200 -1500m / 13.8 North Latitude

Variety & Preparation

- Mixed Variety
- Traditional Washed Processing
- Subsequent drying on clay patios

Cup profile

- Sweet cup profile with notes of peach & cocoa nibs
- Medium acidity

Our recommendation

The Ataco Impossible with its light fruity notes, medium acidity & cocoa nibs is perfect as a blend.

Green coffee facts

Ataco Impossible – Small Producer Regional

Lot – Number: ES23-W002

Harvest: March 2023

Unit: 69 kg grain per bag

Storage location: Hamburg

Warehouse:Schwarze & Consort.

About the coffee farmers

Regional Blend – Ataco Impossible

The Ataco region, Apaneca-Lamatepec mountain range

The first year of the Impossible Coffee Project in the Ataco region. This is the starting point for a long term project that will sustainably support the region & local farmers.

The goal is to motivate and support farmers to improve quality every year. For this, we teach them in the areas of sustainable & modern coffee cultivation. Likewise, we prepare the coffee cherries & support the sale of green coffee around the world.

The Ataco profile has a higher citric acid content due to its higher altitude, making this coffee perfect for a light espresso or filter coffee.


Rosangel Sandoval Barrientos – runs a small coffee farm in the Buenos Aires region & supplied coffee to the 2022 Brewers Cup Champion in Austria, Martin Wölfl.

The purchase of green coffee supports the Coffee School Project in the Buenos Aires region of El Salvador!

We support the Buenos Aires region & its coffee farmers to achieve a better standard of living by growing coffee.