Artisan Coffee from Nicaragua
The Sublime Pleasure of Nicaraguan Coffee
The welcome aroma and rich taste of Nicaraguan coffee arouses the senses and satisfies even the most discerning appetite for coffee. Artisan coffee blends from Nicaragua are delicious and available in green beans and roasted. With single origin coffee from coffee beans grow in the lush environment of Nicaragua, coffee enthusiasts can expect refreshing taste in every cup.
Here are just some of the reasons artisan coffee from Nicaragua is so special.
Grown in Ideal Conditions
The lush, fertile lands of Nicaragua with its natural biodiversity and geological wonders is an ideal place to grow coffee. Nicaraguan terrain reaches various heights and artisan coffeeblends grown at those varied heights offer a great variety of flavors.
When it comes to Nicaragua, it is all about nature's abundance and diversity. Specially, about coffee grown there, whether you prefer light, medium, or dark roasts, Nicaragua has something for you.
When you purchase single origin coffee from La Dalia, you are getting a product grown on a small coffee farm in an environmentally safe and ethically sound manner. We are even located in a natural reserve named after its white stones, Peñas Blancas. In this era of emphasis on sustainability, it is important to know that only sustainable, ethical activities occur at our farm, Finca La Flor, our point of origin.
95% of all coffee grown in Nicaragua is grown on small farms. That means there are no corporate overlords misusing the workers and driving down the quality of the beans in the name of high profits. Rather, most coffee grown in Nicaragua is grown by families who subsist on their land and depend on their micro-business growing Nicaraguan coffee as their source of income. It is for this reason that, in some cases, generations of Nicaraguan families have worked in the coffee growing business such as my own.
An Idyllic Source for Great Coffee
Most coffee from Nicaragua is grown on small farms via a method known as 'shade growing.' Shade growing refers to planting coffee plants in existing forests where the canopy shades the plants. This method of growing coffee has proved quite effective for growing coffee, as is done throughout nearly all of the Central American country.
If you have not tried a cup of La Dalia Coffee a Nicaraguan coffee, you owe it to yourself to do so. Much better than the chain brands in the United States and distinguished among other varieties grown in Central American and South America, single origin coffee from Nicaragua is sure to please even the discerning coffee drinker.