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Nicaragua Finca Un Regalo de Dios

This is a special coffee that came across our cupping table and we couldn't resist buying it. We only purchased three bags of this but we are hoping to buy more in upcoming harvests. This coffee is floral, fruity, and winey with a clean finish that makes it such a special naturally processed coffee. 

 

 

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Finca Un Regalo de Dios is located in the Dipilto-Jalapa mountain range in the North of the department of Nueva Segovia and sits at a range of elevations, from 1,350-1,800 meters. In total, the farm is 179 acres, with around 130 acres planted in coffee. Of those 130 acres in coffee, Luis grows the following varieties: Red & Yellow Catuai, Pacamara, Maracaturra, Java, Bourbon, Catimore and some Hybrids. The farm is situated in the municipality of Mozonte and the clouded forest creates a micro climate with temperatures ranging from 10 degree to 16 degrees celsius.  Finca Un Regalo de Dios has a loose sandy soil, with abundant humus and has an annual rainfall of between 1,400 and 1,600mm. In addition, the farm has a rich biodiverse environment of fauna and flora, with an abundance of broad-leaved trees and conifer species. All of this together, creates for optimal coffee growing conditions. The care and processing that goes into every lot that is processed in this farm is second to none, with careful detail at every stage, starting with optimal cherry picking at the farm level all the way through carefully controlled fermentations and drying. Washed coffees are dried for between 15-20 days, honeys 20-25 days and naturals, between 25-30 days! Luis is amongst the finalists for the COE for 2020, placed 1st and 5th place in the COE Nicaragua in 2018, as well as 13th and 3rd place in 2017. He is no stranger to producing exceptional coffees. 

Region: Nueva Segovia, Nicaragua
Variety: Red Catuai
Process: Natural
Elevation: 1,600 masl