An organically grown, naturally pulped, washed and dried bean, cultivated by Martha and Ana and their team in La Fuente, in the Nueva Segovia Department of Nicaragua. The family has quite a story; at the time of serious conflict in Nicaragua, they left for the USA. Six years after their emigration, they finally managed to return La Fuente, only to find that their coffee farm had been repossessed by the government. With only their house returned to them, they had lost more than 70 hectares of land. After years of struggle, they got back their land and coffee production continued.
We have found the perfect in-house recipe, producing a rich, thick body with notes of plum, cherry and apple compote with a delectably smooth mouthfeel.
Like all Duffin’s coffees, it is a Direct and Fair Trade product; we buy it at well above the World Trade and Seasonally Agreed price to ensure that the produces get a guaranteed annual income, regardless of price fluctuations.