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Nicaragua Finca Idealista

Regular price $39.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $39.99 USD
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Roast date: Last Saturday of every month

Limited-Edition Only 300 12oz Bags Available

 


  • Producer: Benjamin Weiner
  • Farm: Finca Idealista
  • Process: Black Honey (Mango Honey)
  • Varietal: Pacas & Caturra
  • Taste Notes: Candied Mango and Juicy Pineapple
  • Flavor Profile

    Candied Mango, Juicy Pineapple

  • Process

    Honey

  • Roast Profile

    Light Roast

  • Origin

    Matagalpa, Nicaragua

  • Varietal

    Pacas & Caturra

  • Altitude

    1,200 masl

Mango Honey Process

Coffee is picked at peak ripenessThe mucilage is left intact (layer below the pulp)The coffee is then sun-dried with mucilage intact then transferred to drying beds

Finally, Finca Idealista’s Q Grader cups every day and then segments out the coffee that hits on the intended mango notes. The process is an enormous amount of work that produces a tiny amount of coffee that can then be labeled as “Mango Process.”

About The Producer

Our farm, Finca Idealista, sits next to a nature reserve, whose trees are a natural air conditioner for our paca, caturra, bourbon, pache, and a few pacamara beans. Our cool microclimate lengthens the coffee cherry maturity process, allowing beans more time to absorb natural sugars for a sweet, flavorful cup profile. In addition to washed coffee, we produce out-of-this-world naturals and honey process.

Our workers receive the highest wages around. Pickers select only the reddest cherries so the farm’s crop reaches its highest level of sweetness. Our living coffee museum provides high-cupping seed varieties to partner producers of Gold Mountain Coffee Growers.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the roast date printed?

Yes, our roast date is printed on the bottom of each bag.

Is the coffee roasted to order?

Yes, we currently roast all orders twice a week (Tuesday and Saturday).

Is coffee seasonal like produce?

Just like produce, coffee can have multiple seasons and harvests depending on the country of origin. We source all our raw materials during the current and optimal season.

Where do you currently source your coffee from?

Brazil, Colombia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Costa Rica, Sumatra, Honduras, Nicaragua