This year we bought two coffees from the same farm, - Agua Sarca - that have different fermentation times of the same process. Available to buy seperately, and as a bundle. Try both to see how the flavour of the coffee changes over time.

Super sweet and boozy; this coffee has been hand picked and processed in tanks for 348 hours. The result is this amazingly decadent profile, brimming with rum and raisins.

Roast Profile

Roast Profile

Light Roast


  • Aged rum soaked raisins

Rich, juicy and boozy


Discover the process of anaerobic fermentation, with our latest duo of Explore coffees from Nicaragua. Try both Agua Sarca coffees to see how the flavour changes over time. The ultimate gift for coffee enthusiasts this Christmas.

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Our 250g bags are 100% plastic-free and can be recycled with your household paper or composted in your garden. We recommend storing your coffee in an airtight container like this one. Our 1kg bags are home compostable but not domestically recyclable, please don't put them in your curbside recycling. The planet thanks you!



Carlos Davilo & Isacio Javier Albir Vílchez


Dipilto, Nicaragua




348 Hour Anaerobic Natural

Country of origin


Our long standing direct trade partners in Nicaragua have shown us the range of quality of coffee from here; from House all the way to Explore, there’s something for everyone.

The mountainous region of Dipilto in Nicaragua provides the perfect climate and altitude to grow these beans at a really high quality, and the proof is in the pudding of this delicious brew.


Anaerobic Fermentation

Anaerobic fermentation takes place inside large tanks, filled with water and sealed tight to keep the air out.

The natural yeasts and healthy bacteria found on the skin of the coffee cherries help to kickstart the fermentation process and work together to breakdown the sugars in the fruit. The coffee is monitored by temperature and pH level until Carlos, the producer, is happy with the result. Although there is almost zero actual sugar left in the bean, it tastes more naturally sweet after going through this process due to the flavour compounds that are released as the sugars are being broken down. Thanks science!