Rodrigo Peralta owns the farm called Las Golondrinas, where there is just about 2 hectares of coffee planted, primarily Caturra variety. Coffee is picked ripe and depulped the following day, then fermented for 16 hours. After washing, it's brought to the mill run by our partners Martha and Ana Albir at Cafetos de Segovia, about 45 minutes away from the farm by car. The drying process takes about 16 days in total on raised beds.

 

Cupping Notes:Praline, lemon and lemongrass flavors with sweetness and tart fruit acidity.

 

Cafetos de Segovia - Finca Las Golondrinas - Red Catuai - Washed

Country Nicaragua
Region Mozonte, Nueva Segovia
Farm Las Golondrinas
Variety Catuai
Altitude 1420–1659 masl
Proc. Method Washed
Harvest Schedule January–April 2020

Nicaragua SOE Cafetos de Segovia - Finca Las Golondrinas - Red Catuai - Washed

HK$168.00Price