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We’re always excited to come back to Nicaragua for our house coffee. It’s a stellar coffee from a group and place close to our hearts. This year we visited Dipilto on a sourcing trip that taught us more than most, it’s a difficult time to be a farmer here and more important than ever to be paying fair prices.
The coffee here grows in lush forests with impressive biodiversity. The use of natural shade and a variety of trees around the farms reduces the need for fertilisation, helps with water retention and contributes to the slower maturation of the cherry.
This coffee is A grade, meaning not only that it tastes nice, but each farmer receives 60¢ per lb above the commodity price. This makes coffee farming financially sustainable and we’re proud to be part of this chain. They also have access to a free agronomic education program that helps farmers improve the quality of their coffee year on year.
Farm: La Roca
Taste: Milk chocolate, praline mousse
Varietal: Catuai, Caturra, Bourbon
Processing Method: Fully washed