Nicaraguan Selva Negra coffee is cultivated in the most ecologically sustainable and socially responsible way possible. Learn more by reading our Selva Negra Grower Profile. Selva Negra’s history is in many ways the history of the coffee in Nicaragua altogether. In the 1880’s the Nicaraguan government invited young German immigrants to come and settle in Nicaragua …
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The honey processing on these beans is very close to the washed processing – very clean honey processing. It does leave it with a hint more sweetness and body but a little less acidity. Not as unique as some of our other honey processed coffees but very tasty indeed. Nicaraguan Selva Negra coffee is cultivated …
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Good from light to dark, a solid medium roast was our favorite. Medium bodied with low acidity, a creamy and smooth cup. Sweet edged with good depth of flavor. Classic and rich nutty/chocolaty tones with a hint of caramel. A cup anyone will love. Light roasts add a little hint of floral, darker roasts are stronger and more semi-sweet, we did not find a roast we didn’t like. A fun coffee to play with roast level.
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This cup is nice and chocolaty, lower acidity and medium bodied. A little sweeter edge to it except for super dark roasts. Besides a chocolaty factor one will get some nutty/caramel/floral like tones at the medium roast points, gives it some nice complimenting depth without being too exotic. We all thought it was at its best right around a full city – smooth without too much of a roasty note and great chocolaty tones.
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Very fermenty/fruity, lower acidity with good body, a wild old world natural processed. This crop year is a little more traditional Indonesian coffee but roasts nicely, thick and creamy with a sweet edge; hints of acidity and strong fruit/oaky tones on a more nutty/earthy/chocolaty profile. No missing the wild side in this cup. Medium to dark roasts are where one should shoot, mutes some nutty tones and pronounces the chocolaty factor, still plenty of wild natural processed tones in the cup. Dark roasts will introduce some smoky accents but retain great sweetness. A great balance of slow dried natural with thick and creamy dark tones all in one cup.
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Nicaragua’s Selva Negra / La Hammonia Estate:Where old world tradition meets new world experimentation in a holistic community of sustainability. One of Nicaragua’s first coffee estates has maintained its village-like atmosphere and traditional German animal husbandry while updating its operations with the latest advances in boutique coffee processing and a wide range of innovative and …
Three individual pounds, this bundle includes:
Guatemalan Premium Antigua Los Volcanes
Colombian Tolima Supremo
Honduran Org SHG EP COMSA Washed Processed
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People around the world love their coffee. The worldwide population drinks an estimated two billion cups daily. In the United States, coffee drinkers down an average of 3.1 cups per day. This amount is still below the FDA recommended maximum daily caffeine intake (400 mg), equaling about four to five cups of coffee. However, some …
Coffee Review: Zambia Mafinga Hills A very similar cup profile to a Kenyan/Tanz coffee but a bit milder. Very nice prep and screen size on these beans. The Mafinga Hills in Zambia’s Northern Province are home to the country’s highest peaks, where altitude and ancient volcanic soils help produce the sweet citrus flavor profiles that …
In the most recent annual forecast for 2020/21, the International Coffee Organization estimates over 10.5 million tons of coffee beans will be produced worldwide. A small proportion of these coffee beans will be grown and harvested adhering to fair trade standards. This coffee is known as fair trade coffee. When you go to purchase coffee …
In the year 2000, 62 Honduran coffee farmers joined together with a common goal to transform their farms from conventional to organic production and formed COMSA (Cafe Organico Marcala, S.A). In 2001, fostered by a foundation called Funder, COMSA earned their organic certification from Bio Latina which has enabled them to market their coffee to …
Coming from family owned farms located in the Bugisu region on the slopes of Mount Elgon in the Kapchorwa district, Uganda. The Bugisu region is named after the Bugisu people who are indigenous to this area. The Sipi Falls coffee project, named after a trio of majestic waterfalls, was established in 1999 to strengthen quality …
New 2018/19 Crop! Rwanda FTO Dukunde Kawa Musasa Mblima is sourced from family owned farms organized around the Musasa mill located near a gorilla habitat in the Gakenke district of Rwanda. Farm plots are so small that measurements are based on the numbers of trees, not area of land. Farmers who process their coffee at …
Finca Buena Vista is owned by Eneil Bayona and is located in the village of Minca. Eneil loves to produce coffee; it’s been in his family as long as he can remember. It hasn’t always been easy though, as he’d gotten discouraged by low coffee prices. Since then, he’s worked hard to make sure his …
DESCRIPTION A very unique, overly fermented (very fruity) cup of joe. Closer to a natural Ethiopian than other Indonesian coffee. Bali is a tiny island– actually, a submerged volcano peak – just off the east coast of Java, with many small coffee farms. The farmers who grow Kintamani Natural belong to cooperative organizations known as …
Buy Nicaraguan green coffee beans if you’re looking for a coffee that’s globally renowned for complex and well-balanced flavors. Nicaraguan coffee has a smooth medium body, moderate to bright acidity, and a crisp, fruity finish. Flavor notes range from caramel, chocolate, and nuts, to citrus and floral.
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DESCRIPTION Ngila Estate is a 250-hectare farm that is planted with 150,000 coffee trees on 100 hectares of land. The farm has been RFA and Utz certified for a decade, and the owners use traditional methods to fertilize as well as to control pests and diseases, especially focusing on biodiversity. Coffees are picked and depulped …
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A very tasty cup but not super closely link to a top end Geisha, not a bad thing but just so you know what to expect. A blind tasting of this cup reminds me more of a Costa Rican than a traditional Nicaraguan or Ethiopian like Geisha coffee as the naming might suggest.
This cup is sweet, medium to low acidity with a chocolaty and floral cup profile. Best served in the medium to dark roast ballpark. The chocolatiness can come off a bit malty the darker you roast, more like Selva’s other beans at the fuller roasts but the cup definitely separates itself with the more floral attributes and sweeter edge. A great cup to drink all day long. Light roasts right at first crack can be a little grassy but doesn’t take much development past that to present a very tasty cup.
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Very large bean size. I always have a sweet spot for Pacamara coffees, not only are they usually huge beans (which is always novel) but they carry a very sweet versus nutty earthy cup profile which I personally love. From Selva Negra, this Pacamara is on the milder end, smooth and a little fuller bodied. Only a hint of acidity at lighter roast points. Very clean cup holding up best from a medium to dark roast. Lighter roasts have some cool jazzy acidity but do not develop the nice nutty/malty tone enough to give cool balance. Strong side of medium will make anyone happy, creamy fuller bodied malty tones with a hint of sweetness upfront. Darker roast get strong and fuller bodied with the cup attributes complimenting the roasty notes. A good cup to drink all day long.
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