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Nicaragua Jinotega Marimba

Nicaragua Jinotega Marimba coffee is known for its balanced flavor profile, which is characterized by notes of chocolate, nuttiness, and a subtle citrus acidity that adds tanginess.

Nicaragua Jinotega Marimba Roast Notes


Rich, chocolaty aroma, which is a result of the roasting process. As the beans are roasted, they release compounds that give off this distinctive scent, which is often described as reminiscent of dark chocolate or cocoa powder.


Balanced and complex, with a deep, nutty taste that is often compared to hazelnuts or almonds.


Subtle citrus acidity, which adds a pleasant tanginess to the overall flavor profile.


Smooth, creamy mouthfeel, which is a result of the beans' high oil content. This makes the coffee very enjoyable to drink and gives it a rich, satisfying taste.

Medium to Medium-dark Roast

The coffee beans are typically roasted to a medium or medium-dark level, which brings out the natural sweetness and complexity of the coffee.

Nicaragua Growing Region

The Nicaragua Jinotega Marimba coffee growing region is nestled in the northern highlands of Nicaragua, near the border with Honduras. It is an area of stunning natural beauty, with lush green mountains and valleys. The region's high altitude and fertile soil provide the perfect growing conditions for coffee trees, which are shaded by trees that grow naturally in the area. The coffee is grown at elevations of over 1,000 meters above sea level, which gives the beans a unique flavor profile.

The Jinotega Marimba region is known for producing high-quality coffee beans that are processed using the wet method. This involves carefully removing the outer layers of the coffee cherry to reveal the bean inside. The beans are then fermented for up to 36 hours and dried in the sun to reach the perfect moisture content. This process gives the coffee its rich, complex flavor profile, with notes of dark chocolate, caramel, and a subtle hint of berry.

The coffee harvest in Jinotega Marimba typically takes place between November and February.

Visitors to the Jinotega Marimba region can experience the beauty of the coffee plantations firsthand. They can take a tour of the farms, meet with the farmers, and learn about the coffee-making process from start to finish. The area also has many hiking trails that wind through the mountains and valleys, offering breathtaking views of the coffee plantations and the surrounding natural beauty.

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