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Nicaraguan Certified Organic Coffee


Nicaraguan Certified Organic Coffee,

100% Arabic and fresh roasted, great price and free shipping no minimum spend.

Alternative to our Organic Peruvian

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Nicaraguan Certified Organic Coffee

Product Origins Nicaragua

Alternative to try our Organic Peruvian

100% coffee no additives or preservatives Nicaraguan Certified Organic Coffee

Coffee in Nicaragua

Coffee is a critical commodity for the Nicaraguan economy. Large scale coffee production began in the 1850’s.

The countries North  accounts for the majority of production which consists of  volcanic and mountainous topography. This land provides fantastic conditions to cultivate coffee and grow quality beans. Political and economic stability in the 1990’s brought about more focus on coffee production and the government has  introduced many public programs to support coffee crops.

Some Nicaraguan coffees carry the designation  ‘European Preparation’, this is grading on the bean size that ensures 100% of the coffee is above Screen 15; with an allowance of 8 defects per 300g maximum.  Coffees grown between 1500 and 2000 MASL have the designation Strictly High Grown. [SHG]

Producing Regions

North Central: Matagalpa, Jinotega and Boaco

Annual Production – 1.5m 60kg Bags

Harvest – November – February

Processing – Washed

Coffee Brewing/Tips/Info

There are many ways to brew coffee, above all choose a method that suits your taste and budget, check other Coffee product listing on our website for more coffee brewing methods and tips.

Plunger Coffee

Plunger coffee also known as a French press is a simple, manual brewing method that gives you total control over your brew and it’s one of the least expensive brewing methods available.

It extracts a very strong and robust cup of coffee, without the need for any sort of electrical brewing system. You get complete control over your brew,.

But the French press is not without its drawbacks. Because it’s a manual brewing system, you can’t exactly set it and just walk away otherwise you’ll over extract and end up with a bitter coffee.

Use a burr grinder to grind whole coffee beans into coarse, consistently-sized grounds.


  1. The first step to warm up the press, rinse with some boiling water this will help maintain the temperature while brewing. Discard hot water.
  2. Add desired amount of ground coffee for the coffee : water ratios for number of cups you are making roughly one table spoon for the pot and one for each number of cups you are making.
  3. Bring your desired amount of water to a boil, and then allow it to cool for one minute. Pour the water into the French press.
  4. Stir vigorously to break up the top layer.
  5. Allow the coffee too steep for an additional four minutes, gently push the plunger all the way to the bottom of the press. Serve.
  6.  Any extra Coffee can be used, however it will go bitter as it sits, so don’t leave too long.

Check other Coffee product listing on our website for more coffee brewing methods and tips.

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