Nicaragua Coffee
Nicaraguan Coffee Beans

Nicaragua Coffee

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Have You Tried Nicaragua Coffee?

Nicaragua Finca La Bastilla Estate Rain Forest Alliance Coffee Beans. La
Bastilla produces an exceptional coffee, balanced with a good body and
aroma. The perfume remains on the coffees body across the palate, and it
finishes with a praline-sugar, slightly nutty flavour. YUMMO! 
This is one of our bestselling central American coffees.  

The Rainforest Alliance is a non-governmental organization. The published aims
are to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming
land-use practices, business practices and consumer behaviour. 
Should it be the way all coffee is produced?

The Region

Nicaragua Finca La Bastilla Estate Rain Forest Alliance coffees from the Segovia,
Jinotega and Matagalpa regions often possess interesting cup character along
with body and balance. 
It outperforms many other balanced Central American and South American
high-grown coffees in the cup. Nicaragua coffees have a wide range of flavour


 La Bastilla Farm is situated approximately 20 kilometres away from Jinotega, or 6

kilometres to the East of Apanás Lake. It is adjacent to the Datanli el Diablo nature
reserve. This is an essential biological reserve in the Jinotega area. 
The farm covers 311 hectares, of which 160 hectares are currently dedicated to
the production of coffee. La Bastilla Farm has been certified since 2003 and has
a continuous programme of improvement.

The History of Coffee in Nicaragua 

The first coffee plant was presented to Nicaragua in 1796.
Since then, it has had its fair share of ups and downs but has always remained
one of the nations economic primary plants. 
In the 20th century, the coffee sector periodically obtained help from the
government, although a greater emphasis was given to the amount produced
instead of production quality. 
By the late 20th century, the Nicaraguan coffee market consisted of tens of
thousands of coffee ranches and sustained virtually 300,000 workers.

Altitude and Plant Kind 

While the height of ranches varies throughout the nation, much of the best beans
are grown at altitudes between 3600- and 5250-feet above sea level. Though there
are some lower areas, most Nicaraguan coffee is classified as "high grown" and

meets the Purely High Grown coffee requirements. 
Not only is much of the nations coffee born in high elevations, but 95% of it is
grown in shade also. 

Nicaraguan coffee plants mainly consist of Arabica selections, leading to an overall
better bean originating from the areas.

BUZZ Coffee now sells its entire range of speciality blends and single origin coffee online. Buy some BUZZ coffee beans online today and enjoy them in your home, your office or your work place.

  • Acidity: Medium to low.
  • Body: Rich, medium.
  • Aroma: Baker's cocoa, chestnut.
  • Flavour: Sugar cane, dried fig, plum and some stone fruit with a full caramel and toffee length.