Nicaraguan coffee

Fairtrade Nicaraguan Medium

Oct 10, 2017

This Nicaraguan coffee has a sweet aroma, citrus tones, a bright medium acidity and a well-rounded cup.

Our Fairtrade Nicaraguan coffee comes from the mountainous northwest region of Nicaragua – because it is a strictly high grown coffee, grown at high altitudes, the bean develops slower, resulting in a higher density. Nicaraguan coffee production is mainly small-scale family-driven plantations, which have supplied over 280,000 jobs, and support over 45,000 families, whilst preserving the country’s forests.

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