My Dad – Roberto – started our coffee growing tradition when he bought the farm in the late nineties. He named the farm after his Grandfather’s estate: Loma La Gloria (Hill of the Glory). A place where he spent several summer breaks with his cousins running, climbing trees and playing. Roberto – A civil engineer and visionary business man – built a mill in the farm around the year 2001. Sadly, it was left abandoned once he finished building it. But he continued growing coffee and selling it to local coffee mills. In 2012, I (Anny Ruth) came on board and decided to start running the abandoned coffee mill to be able to control our processes, the quality and the traceability of our beans. We started to sell and export directly our coffee beans in the Specialty Market and now Loma La Gloria can be enjoyed in the US, Europe, Asia and Australia.
We grow our coffee beans in a beautiful land that sits by the San Salvador Volcano’s crater called El Boquerón at an altitude that goes from 1,200 all the way up to 1,750 m. a. s. l.