Strictly High Grown Coffee (SHG)
Pola: This coffee variety is grown in Matagalpa and Jinotega located in the northern region of Nicargua at altitudes from 900 to 1,100 meters above sea level. Pola is characterized by its acidity and medium body, complemented by a pleasant floral aftertaste. This region enjoys annual precipitation of 1,500-1,700 millimeters, with temperatures of 20-29° Celsius.
Hard Bean (HB)
Lapa Las Segovias: This hard bean coffee variety is cultivated under shaded areas in the Dipilto mountain range of Las Segovias with an average altitude of 1,200 meters. This region enjoys an annual average precipitation of 900-1,300 millimeters with temperatures of 15-30° Celsius.
The ideal climatic conditions of this region, combined with careful cultivation, harvesting and processing, results in Lapa’s large blue and green colored beans. This provides a rich fragrance with good body combined with medium to high acidity, distinctive from other regions, with a pleasant and spontaneous sweet flavor.
Strictly Hard Bean (SHB)
Joya: The most exquisite and exotic of our creations, it is a mixture of refinement and extravagance. Joya coffee is grown in the northern region of the country at an average altitude of 1,200 meters. This region enjoys an annual average precipitation of 1,700-2,200 millimeters with temperatures of 16-25° Celsius.
This Strictly Hard Bean (SHB) coffee is characterized by its excellent aroma and marked acidity that achieves a perfect balance of body and taste with citric tones.
Maragogype is grown in the highest mountains with altitudes of 1,100-1,500 meters. This region enjoys an annual average precipitation of 1,700-2,200 millimeters with temperatures of 15-25° Celsius.
The Maragogype bean is carefully processed, resulting in a cup with full body and distinctive aroma. It has a marked acidity that initially is very pronounced, ending with a very pleasant sweet aftertaste.