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Welcome! Anyone can order our wholesale items, bean quality is the same as the beans that are in our retail section, the only difference is our wholesale items are already heavily discounted and they will not accept any further coupons or discounts. Our wholesale items are very popular especially for those who like to purchase larger quantities at a time.
Region – Central America
Origin – Nicaragua
Location at Origin – Jinotega – The highlands between mountain range Isabela and Lake El Dorado
Name of Farm – Santa Rita Coffee Estate
Grade – Strictly High Grown – European Prep
Processing Method – Natural fermentation process, washing with clean water on running channel, sun dried, resting for 60 days.
Certifications – Rainforest Alliance
Altitude – 1,100 – 1,350 meters above sea level
Plant Varietal – 90% Caturra, 10% Catuai, Maragogype, Java
Soil – Clay Loam
Total Area in Production – 152 hectares
Total Natural Area not in Production – Bio Reserve – 54 hectares
Cupping Notes – Medium Bodied, Mild Acidity, Clean Cup, Peach
Nicaragua Half Caffeine is a 50/50 blend of full decaf beans and regular Nicaragua beans creating a full flavored cup of coffee with half the usual caffeine. The perfect solution for those who enjoy the full flavor of regular coffee but wanting a lower caffeine alternative.
Farm/farmer information – Coffee estate project was initiated in 1998 by two entrepreneurial women, 4th generation in the coffee business. The farm was deforested property product of war that has since been rehabilitated. Santa Rita is committed to developing a vision of sustainable community.
Nicaragua is a fairly new entry into the coffee export world, and they have made quite a splash already. Some experts say that their high grown coffee can give Kona a run for its money, but time will tell. Most Nicaraguan coffee is shade grown and the SHG (strictly high grown) grade is especially important, as the highest grown coffees of Nicaragua do not develop the high acidity that is associated with many Central American coffees. Matagalpa is Nicaragua’s 6th largest city and is known as the “Pearl of the North” and “Land of Eternal Spring” and has an average rainfall of 1,200 to 1,900 mm (47 to 75in).