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Nicaragua Alta deJinotega

Astounding aroma and a classic Central American profile, this coffee is very fragrant, lightly fruity, earthy, and has a really strong dark chocolate finish. Perfect after dinner or for serving to guests. Truly a 5-star coffee, and Certified Organic by Mayacert and Fair Trade to boot! Just wonderful as an accompaniment to a meal or dessert.

Served with ice and creamer, this coffee takes on deep chocolate tones. An excellent candidate for serving Vietnamese style with condensed milk. The Medium Roast is well-balanced and naturally sweet and low in acid with strong butter and dark chocolate tones.

This farm belongs to a cooperative that shares their own milling and processing equipment. As with our Costa Rica farmers, this results in a freshness unlike any other. The co-op is located in a region known as 'The Coffee Triangle', at an altitude of 1,200 meters above sea level. Nicaragua’s northern region is the most fertile in the country, with volcanic soil and luxurious rainforests.

8 oz. Please choose whole bean or drip grind. Medium Roast.

Sorry, currently out of this coffee due to the season. They should have a new crop available around the end of June.

$8.95
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  1. 5 Star Review Smoothe, luscious

    Smells and tastes just eonderful

    Posted by on May 3rd 2024


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