Saraya Nicaragua Atlantic Coffee Beans – 1000g
Nutty, Chocolate aroma, Dark chocolate, Medium body.
Medium acidity with Sweet nutty finish.
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Altitude: 1,200 – 1,400m
Varietal: Typica , Caturra, Bourbon
Type: SHG SPECIALTY Nicaragua stands tall amongst the coffee-growing nations of the world.
With a wonderfully pleasant, well-balanced flavor profile, the coffee from this region is high in quality and complex in flavor. With a good climate and top-notch geography for a thoroughly java-driven culture, this Central American nation is set up for coffee success. Harvesting usually takes place between October and February/March, meaning the best time to buy the coffee is between January and June, after it has been shipped out. While wet washing is the most popular way to process Nicaraguan beans, others are being used as well. Processing methods include:
Natural or dry processed, in which the coffee beans are left to dry in the sun.
Wet processed (most common), in which the cherry pulp is ?washed? off of the beans.
Honey processed, which tends to be a bit of a halfway option between the wet and dry processes. The first coffee plant was introduced to Nicaragua in 1796. However, the coffee trade didn?t officially kick off until a half-century later, when the Gold Rush fuelled U.S. investment in trade and travel to the region.
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|Dimensions||6 × 6 × 20 cm|
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