Pacamara is a hybrid created at the end of the 1950s in El Salvador by the Institute for Coffee Research (ISIC). Created by crossing the Pacas variety (an El Salvadoran mutation of Bourbon) with Maragogype and it gets its name from the first 4 letters of each of its parents.
It shares traits from both parents. It’s relatively short stature and high productivity is inherited from the Pacas variety, and, like the Maragogype, Pacamara is known for its large cherries. It tends to be more productive than the Maragogipe and is known to produce an attractive cup