Tasting notes: Orange , Chocolate, Fruity
Elevation: 1000-1800 meters.
Our directly sourced Nicaraguan coffee is rated in the top 3% of the world’s beans. Our farmer’s Rolyn and Lorena grow their coffee at elevations of 1,000 to 1,800 meters in the mountains outside of Managua. To keep it simple, they always say, “the higher the altitude the better the coffee.” Their arabica coffee is farmed using traditional healthier methods and the natural environment as the coffee shrubs are grown under the shade of a forest canopy. You are purchasing from farmers Rolyn and Lorena, from their entire harvest of 42,000 LBS. Smooth bodied, with a bright acidity, carrying floral, citrus and chocolate notes, and a sweet aroma.
How Much Coffee do I Drink?
Drip coffee and Pour-Over:
Coffee to water ratio is 1:17, that's 26 cups of coffee for a 14oz bag.
The coffee to water ratio is 1:12, . With a 14oz of coffee beans, you can make 19 cups of French press coffee per 14oz of beans.
Is highly concentrated coffee, so the coffee to water ratio (1:2). If you have a 14oz bag you can make around 28 shots of espresso per 14oz of coffee beans.
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The Nicaraguan Matagalpa dark roast is very good. It is so delicious that I haven't been doing to cafes for coffee. My daughter says my house has the best coffee in town. I order the whole bean and grind fresh as part of my daily ritual. I have lived in Nicaragua and l love that this delicious ritual allows me to play a small role in making lives better for the wonderful people there. The coffee is a gift in my life that I love to order and give to others. But don't take my word for it - taste and see!
Coffees are delicious…
I am very glad to be able to drink coffee made of Matagalpa beans and by doing so support the Catholic mission of this company.
We’ve tried multiple stores but settled on the Matagalpa dark roast because it gave us the strong flavor we wanted. We also love the mission of Guadalupe and it’s even more meaningful now given the situation in Nicaragua with the Church.