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Single Origin Whole Bean Coffee - Nicaragua

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Nicaragua Women's Coffee single origin whole bean coffee. Light roast full of bright fruity flavors.

  • Grower: 9 women members of Cooperativa Multifuncional Family Coffee R.L. (COMULFAC)
  • Variety: Caturra, Catuai, Bourbon, Catimor, and Parainema
  • Region: Jinotega, Nicaragua
  • Altitude: 980 – 1450 masl
  • Process: Fully washed
  • Certification: Fair Trade (FT FLO/USA) | Organic

    Flavor notes:

    Lemon/lime • White grape • Citrus blossom • Dark chocolate


    What’s the best way to support women coffee producers? This is the newest challenge Juan de Dios Castillo (the family’s agronomist) and his 4 siblings are tackling. When they created J&M Family Coffee, a privately owned export company named after their parents Juan and Miriam (J&M), their first goal was to sell their parents’ coffee directly to international buyers. It was a way to honor Finca Paraiso, the farm their parents started during their childhood with the income from the first family business as tailors in the town of Jinotega. J&M Family Coffee quickly learned that many other producers with the same focus on quality and environmental responsibility needed help finding an international market. J&M Family Coffee helped these producers establish a cooperative called Cooperativa Multifuncional Family Coffee to organize their efforts and combine resources to gain certification and develop social projects aimed at improving the quality of life in their communities. Members of COOMULFAC own small farms with just a few acres of coffee production. Small enough that each producer uses their own micro-mill to carefully harvest, sort, depulp, ferment, wash, and pre-dry coffee at the farm. Then COOMULFAC producers deliver coffee to J&M Family Coffee where drying is completed and the coffee is stored and later prepared for export. J&M Family Coffee ensures quality control and traceability from farm to export so producers earn better income to reinvest in their farms and strengthen their families’ livelihoods. This particular lot is traceable to 9 women producers who are members of the COOMULFAC cooperative. This is their first exported women’s community lot.

    In an effort to provide the freshest coffee possible with the lowest amount of waste, all coffee orders will be roasted at the beginning of the week and shipped out within two business days of roast.