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Brewing instructions

Available as Wholebeans - Ground Medium Fine for filter machines - Ground Coarse for Cafetieres
Ground Fine for use in Espresso Machines.

Brewing instructions

Description

You’ve just discovered the best Nicaraguan Coffee. This is a Gourmet Coffee from the Central American country of the same name, where sustainable farming practices produce clean, bright and crisp beans. Then, upon arriving at our Kent-based factory, we utilise state-of-the-art technology for roasting Nicaraguan Coffee before packing it fresh to order. Discover its remarkable potential today. 

Nicaraguan Coffee Characteristics and Flavour Profile

The nation’s unique climatic conditions (more on that below) lend themselves to Nicaraguan Coffee’s flavour profile. Connoisseurs describe it as rich yet subtle, accompanied by delectable notes of vanilla, nuts and citrus fruit.

Regardless of the brewing method you use for how to make Nicaraguan Coffee, you’re bound to be impressed from the first to the last sip. But that’s not all on offer. 

Caffeine Levels in Nicaraguan Coffee

Multiple contributing factors influence how much caffeine you’ll find in a cup of Nicaraguan Coffee. One such factor is the brewing method, whether with a cafetiere, a filter machine, or other utensils.

Another is the quantity of Coffee grounds a person includes in their cuppa, as well as the type of bean. Nevertheless, as a rule of thumb, you can expect about 100-mg of the stimulant per serving. 

Nicaraguan Coffee Growing Regions and History

You know about Nicaraguan Coffee’s taste. You know, too, about its caffeine content. The time has now come to explore its origins in greater detail. Until the 1970s, areas such as Jinotega, Estelí, Nueva Segovia, Matagalpa and Madriz were renowned as the best Coffee producers in Latin America. However, a series of natural disasters and political upheavals led to their eventual - though temporary - decline. 

A sizable earthquake in 1972 caused considerable damage, particularly to Nicaragua’s agricultural sector. Years later, in 1979, President Anastasio “Tachito” Somoza Debayle’s dictatorship ended, which, while celebrated, led to further disruption. Another catastrophe occurred in 1998 when Hurricane Mitch destroyed vast swathes of infrastructure and, in turn, much of the economy. 

Only in the last two decades has the Nicaraguan Coffee industry recovered, despite still accounting for just 1.4% of global Coffee Bean output. But what it lacks in bulk, it makes up for in calibre. Nicaraguan farmers exclusively cultivate and process Arabica Beans, mainly at altitudes above 800 metres (2,500 feet). These take longer to mature, resulting in an unparalleled profile when served to perfection. 

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  6. Delicious sweet coffee. no strong. A moderately sour.

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  8. Very typical of coffee from south and Central America. A little bit earthy but very good medium blend with a pleasant creamy aftertaste. Hasn't quite got the full flavour of Cuban Crystal Mountain but a good second place!

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