Cast Iron Coffee Roasters - Nicaragua - Finca La Cascada - washed caturra
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Alberto Peralta has owned Finca La Cascada since 1972 and the farm has been handed down through his family for generations. Due to the geographical and climatic conditions of the mountainous Dipilto region, the coffee produced is truly exceptional. Covering 50 hectares the farm receives an annual rainfall of 1600mm and has six streams running through it which join the immense El Volcan River. Alberto employs 60 permanent workers and an additional 125 pickers during the harvest.
Farm/Coop: Finca La Cascada
Great for: Espresso, Milky, With milk
Origin: Central America/Nicaragua - Dipilto, Nueva Segovia
Process Method: Washed
Varietals: Caturra, Pacamara
Roasterr: Cast Iron Coffee Roasters
Delivery prices to United Kingdom
Initial collection: Cast Iron Coffee Roasters - West Sussex
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