The Monteverde estate is situated outside of the city of Santa Ana in Northwestern El Salvador, near the Guatemalan border. The estate consists of six individual farms covering over 130 hectares of land. Farm owner, Rene Contreras produces mostly Red and Yellow Bourbon in washed, honey, and natural processed formats. Contreras is committed to sustainable agricultural practices, using a resource efficient eco-mill for washed and honey processed coffees, and collecting rain water at the highest altitudes of the estate to be piped down to the village of Monteverde, providing running water for residents.

The Honey Process Monteverde grows at 1300 meters above sea level producing a clean, silky bodied coffee with subtle, rich fruit notes of white peach, with the buttery acidity of lemon curd.

The Los Cipreses Honey Process is an exceptionally drinkable coffee no matter what brew method is used. Automatic drip coffee makers work well with this coffee, while hand pour methods like Hario V60, Chemex, and Kalita Wave will bring out even more complexity of flavor.