Nicaragua

San Ramon Anaerobic Natural

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Cocoa Nib, Grapefruit, Strawberry

San Ramon Anaerobic Natural
San Ramon Anaerobic Natural
San Ramon Anaerobic Natural
San Ramon Anaerobic Natural
San Ramon Anaerobic Natural
San Ramon Anaerobic Natural

Nicaragua

San Ramon Anaerobic Natural

$26.00 Sale ‚ÄĘ Save

Cocoa Nib, Grapefruit, Strawberry

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Aromas of strawberry, papaya, and honey announce this fruit bomb! The body is juicy and nectar-like with notes of mulled wine, grape, and fruity cocoa nib. The cup has a deep grape sweetness and grapefruit acidity throughout, finishing with notes of apple juice and lemon thyme.

Producer: Donal Roque
Farm: San Ramon
Region: Dipilto
Altitude: 4,921 feet | 1,500 masl
Varietal: Pacamara and Red Catuai
Process: Anaerobic Natural
Roast: Light-Medium
Notes: Cocoa Nib, Grapefruit, Strawberry

Imported by our friends at Olam:

"Since purchasing his first coffee farm and naming it 'San Ramon,' in honor of his late father, Donal Roque has made it his personal mission and lifelong dream to cultivate outstanding coffees while setting the footprint of success for his children and grandchildren. With towering mountain ranges in the distance, San Ramon is situated in a diverse and pristine ecosystem that encompasses 57.75 hectares. The wide array of floral species is something that Donal has preserved and integrated with the surrounding ecosystem.

"Currently he is using an ecological wet mill that recycles water used from depulping during production. This, along with his use of superior coffee varietals such as Pacamara, Maragogype, and Red/Yellow Catuai, has enabled him to supersede even his most optimistic initial aspirations.

"Apart from his extraordinary coffee production, Donal also extends philanthropic assistance to his community. The Roque family regularly provides medication to the local medical clinics and year-long supplies to the local elementary school in the Volcan community."