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Nicaragua Finca Mozonte Java natural anaerobic

natural anaerobic

Nicaragua

Nicaragua Finca Mozonte Java natural anaerobic

natural anaerobic

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All the facts about our Nicaragua Finca Mozonte Java natural anaerobic

Region Nueva Segovia Mozonte, Cerro Mogoton
Producer Gustavo Munos
Variety Java
Process natural anaerobic
Type Washed Arabica
Category Microlot
Harvest from October to March
Shipping from January to May
Unit GrainPro Sack à 30kg

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Nicaragua

Nicaragua Finca Mozonte Java natural anaerobic

natural anaerobic

In 2000, the owner Mario Jose Ortez bought the farm. The area where the farm is located
is called Bayuncun, San Fernando. It is very difficult to access the farm due to rough
roads but this is compensated by marvellous views up in the mountains. The owner has
implemented good practices good agricolar practices to preserve the ecosystem. The
farm has a total area of 12 Manzanas (1 Manzana is aprox. 1.74 acres.) On 10 Manzanas
they grow Java, Parainema, Catuai rojo and Caturra below shade provided by Pine trees,
Banana, Orange and Guava trees.

Origin

Specialty coffee from Nicaragua

Mountain

Varieties

Caturra, Bourbon, Maracaturra, Maragogype, Pacamara, Catuaí, & Catimor, Robusta

Processing methods

wet and dry milling

Altitude range

600 – 1700 masl

Harvest

December - March

Total yearly production

Around 2.6 million 60kg bags 2022/23

Coffees from Nicaragua

The coffees are one of the USA’s favourite origins. The large beans are very welcome for whole bean products.

Main production areas: Jinotega, Matagalpa, Nueva Segovia, Estelí Madriz
Export bag size: 69kg
Cup Profile: spicy, full body

Region Nueva Segovia Mozonte, Cerro Mogoton
Producer Gustavo Munos
Variety Java
Process natural anaerobic
Type Washed Arabica
Harvest from October to March
Shipping from January to May
Unit GrainPro Sack à 30kg

In 2000, the owner Mario Jose Ortez bought the farm. The area where the farm is located
is called Bayuncun, San Fernando. It is very difficult to access the farm due to rough
roads but this is compensated by marvellous views up in the mountains. The owner has
implemented good practices good agricolar practices to preserve the ecosystem. The
farm has a total area of 12 Manzanas (1 Manzana is aprox. 1.74 acres.) On 10 Manzanas
they grow Java, Parainema, Catuai rojo and Caturra below shade provided by Pine trees,
Banana, Orange and Guava trees.