Nicaragua Emma’s Cherry Noir Coffee

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Size: 16 oz.
Grind: Whole Bean
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Discover the Depths of Flavor with Emma's Cherry Noir From the picturesque slopes of El Mirador, where the cool mountain breezes and high altitudes nurture every bean, comes an extraordinary coffee that redefines complexity and richness. Introducing Emma's Cherry Noir, a testament to the meticulous care and dedication of Jose Francisco and Emma.

Emma's Cherry Noir is a true labor of love, cultivated at altitudes that encourage a slower, nutrient-rich maturation process. This careful nurturing allows each bean to develop a unique flavor profile that stands out for its dense, sweet character and intricate tasting notes. The result is a coffee experience that is as layered as it is delightful.

At the forefront of Emma's Cherry Noir is a prominent cherry note that dances on the palate, complemented by a symphony of flavors reminiscent of ripe stone fruits and a hint of dark chocolate. The beans, handpicked from their prized cherry microlot, exhibit a natural sweetness that is enhanced by the surrounding environment's richness in minerals and diverse plant life, including cilantro and carrots, which add a subtle, earthy undertone to the coffee's profile.

Emma's expertise in finance and farm management ensures that every aspect of this coffee's production, from bean to brew, is carried out with precision and passion. Her commitment to excellence and sustainability shines through in every cup, making Emma's Cherry Noir not just a coffee, but a celebration of nature's bounty and the art of coffee cultivation.

Whether you are seeking a morning pick-me-up with depth or an afternoon indulgence with complexity, Emma's Cherry Noir is the perfect choice. Immerse yourself in the rich heritage and bold flavors of El Mirador with every sip, and savor the extraordinary taste of a coffee crafted with love and dedication.

Farmer: Emma & Francisco 

Farm: Finca San Francisco

Certifications:

  • Kosher Certified

Flavor Notes: Cherry, Blackberry, Dark Chocolate, and Vanilla 

Processing: Washed Process

Roast: Light Roast

Variety: Caturra, Red Catuai

Additional Information:

  • Altitude: 1350-1470m
  • Country: Nicaragua
  • Drying: Raised Beds (A natural drying process that results in a sweeter, more floral flavor)
  • Microlot Coffee
  • Single Origin Coffee
  • pH: 5.1

Nicaragua Coffee History

Coffee found its way into the verdant hills of Nicaragua in the late 18th century by Catholic Missionaries, and within less than fifty years of the crop’s introduction to the country, Nicaragua’s coffee production became a serious economic powerhouse in commercial scale due to an increase in global demand for coffee.

Between 1840 and 1940 is often cited as the ‘Coffee Boom’ years of coffee production for Nicaragua, as the crop gained large importance that required more resources and labor that were being subsidized heavily by Nicaragua’s federal government. During this 100 year period, coffee became the number one cash crop, brought in millions of dollars of foreign currency that helped build up the infrastructure of the country, and saw countless laws and policies enacted to ensure the security of Nicaragua coffee production for years to come.

By the turn of the 20th century, most experts tend to agree that Nicaragua’s reliance on coffee as its number one cash crop began to resemble a banana republic, as most profits from coffee farms were either leaving the country or only being seen by a small handful of property owners. Because of Nicaragua’s overreliance on a single crop, it did not take long for the country to begin seeing negative side effects.

With global competition, series of economic and political upheaval throughout the years, and various setbacks in coffee future prices plummeting from time to time, Nicaragua’s coffee production and infrastructure has been put to countless tests. And yet, despite some of these roadblocks, Nicaragua coffee remains a large part of the country’s GDP.

In fact, for the last twenty years, Nicaragua’s coffee infrastructure has improved significantly. With a renewed focus on traceability, quality, and uplifting communities, Nicaragua’s coffee has year over year become paramount in the world of specialty coffee and renowned for the country’s unique nuances of flavors in their complex, delectable Nicaraguan coffee.

 

 

Nicaragua Emma’s Cherry Noir Coffee

Nicaragua Emma’s Cherry Noir Coffee

$29.99

Nicaragua Emma’s Cherry Noir Coffee

$29.99
Size: 16 oz.
Grind: Whole Bean

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