NICARAGUA MATAGALPA Green Coffee Beans
**PLEASE BE AWARE THESE ARE RAW, UNROASTED COFFEE BEANS, NOT SUITABLE FOR CONSUMPTION BEFORE BEING ROASTED**
Smooth, rich, sweet coffee with chocolate flavours with subtle notes of orange.
What you need to know...
- Flavours - Chocolate, nutty notes
- Aroma - sweet caramel
- Body - medium
- Acidity - citric
Great all-rounder. Particularly delicious as a espresso based drink.
The finer details...
- Region Jinotega
- Growing Altitude 1,200-1,400 m.a.s.l
- Arabica Variety Typica, Bourbon
- Harvest Period March-July
- Milling Process Washed; patio-dried
Our Nicaragua SHG EP is a coffee that comes from the mountainous northwest region of Nicaragua. It is a Strictly High Grown coffee, meaning that the coffee was grown at high altitudes, which allows the bean to develop slower, resulting in a denser high quality bean. In addition, EP stands for European Preparation - a further sorting of the green coffee before it is exported, so only the finest green beans are bagged and exported. Our Nicaraguan coffee is harvested and exported from Asociacion Aldea Global.
Aldea Global began in 1992 with 22 farmers. Today, the Association assists over 1000 families, most of which are Chorotega Indigenous Communities. Aldea Global offers organic specialty coffees, which have provided the association with small farm loans, women's solidarity groups and the ability to produce other agriculture products such as fresh produce and beans. The association promotes sustainable management of natural resources, rural health clinics, installation of potable water filters and integrated pest management programs. The Association of small farmers facilitates the growth of profitable and sustainable businesses, promoting efficient commercialization and alternative credit services. Aldea Global helps farmers stay in harmony with their environment, while producing a profitable product for the marketplace.
Great taste coffe!
This is the 2nd best coffe i have ever had! My number 1 has been discounted, but now i foud as good as previous, will buy again!
I'm learning that I have to adjust my (primitive) roasting technique for different beans. My early view of Kenya Bora as a lacklustre bean changed with adjustment. Hopefully I can produce better results with matagalpa too. My early efforts produce a robust cup with a purer 'coffee' flavour but still lacking depth/richness. Miles better than Costa or Starbucks though...
Great quality beans consistently!
A fantastic product. I did a blend of 50/50 Nicaraguan/Kenyan as quite a light roast and the flavour was stunning. After 2 days lovely chocolate and slight acidic notes were present. Very very tasty!