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Nicaragua Coffee Single Origin

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Type: Coffee

Looking for a delicious and exotic coffee experience?

Try our medium roast Nicaraguan coffee. Grown in the Molino Norte region of Nicaragua, this coffee features unique cocoa, floral, and citrus tones that will tantalize your taste buds.

Best of all, it's ethically sourced from smallholder farmers who are dedicated to sustainable practices. So why not try a cup today? You won't be disappointed!

This medium roast single origin coffee from Nicaraugua is made with Yellow and Red Catuai, Catimor & Parainema beans.  

We offer whole bean coffee, ground coffee and espresso in a size to fit your needs!

Nicaragua is home to some of the world's highest quality coffee beans. Grown in the lush, mountainous regions of the country, it is renowned for its unique flavor profile. Nicaraguan coffee is truly a delight for the senses. 

Certification/Grading: SHG/EP

Roast: Medium

Nicaraguan Coffee Tasting Profile: Cocoa, floral and citrus tones.

Grower: Smallholder farmers from Molino Norte

Coffee Plant Varietals: Yellow and Red Catuai, Catimor & Parainema

Region: Molino Norte, Matagalpa, Nicaragua

Altitude: 900-1590 M

Soil Type: Clay Minerals

Process: Fully washed, fermented for 12-14 hours and then dried on patios and raised beds

Once the berries have been picked, they are hulled to remove the outer fleshy layer. These Nicaraguan coffee beans are then washed and undergo a fermentation process, which helps to break down the remaining pulp and mucilage. After fermenting for 12-14 hours, the beans are washed again and dried on patios or raised beds.

Nicaraguan Coffee Industry

Nicaragua's coffee industry is one of the country's most important sources of income, and Nicaraguan coffee is renowned for its quality, delivering some of the best coffee to individuals and shops.

The main growing regions are in the north and west of the country, where the climate is ideal for coffee cultivation. Coffee first appeared in Nicaragua began in the late 1700s, and today the country is ranked 11th for coffee exports in the world according to the International Coffee Organization.

Coffee beans from this country are typically medium-bodied with a slight acidity, making them well-suited for a range of brewing methods. In recent years, the Nicaraguan government has invested heavily in the country's coffee industry, and as a result, Nicaragua's coffee sector is rapidly growing.