A blend of Nicaragua Fair Trade and Colombian Supremo beans
We have partnered with a Central Ohio Mennonite Church, with a mission based in Nicaragua. Through our relationship with this broker, we have been able to bring Direct Trade coffee from the Diago Chavarria farm in Matagalpa, Nicaragua to Cleveland, OH. Direct Trade means that we have negotiated fairly and equally with the farmer that produces the coffee to ensure a sustainable and fair price for all parties involved. Mr. Chavarria’s coffee with its mild acidity and chocolate undertones pairs well to blending with the fuller bodied, acidic Colombian Supremo coffee which is roasted a bit darker and blended post roast. The result is a big, bold and bright. It is a well- balanced cup with hints of chocolate and a smooth finish.
Availability and prices may change based on the conditions of the coffee market at that time.
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