Hello Mugby Friends
I want to introduce two new coffees from Mugby Junction Coffee Roasters.
The first is from PRODECOOP in Nicaragua, Fair Trade and Organic. PRODECOOP is a second-level cooperative organization that groups 38 grassroots cooperatives made up of 2,300 small producers, 27% of whom are women. These producers and their respective cooperatives are located in the areas of Esteli, Madriz, and Nueva Segovia, in northern Nicaragua. On average, they export 30,000 coffee bags, of which 50% of the total volume is organic and Fair Trade certified.
Region Esteli, Madriz, Nueva Segovia
Farm Varous smallholder farmer members of PRODECOOP
Variety Bourbon, Typica, Caturra, Catimor
Altitude 1250–1350 masl
Proc. Method Washed
Clean and citric with a smooth mouthfeel, praline and cocoa flavors.
You can purchase the coffee by clicking here: Nicaragua
The second coffee is a Honduran microlot from Finca El Alto de los Santos. Herminio Perdomo Romero grows several varieties on 24 hectares at Finca Alto de los Santos, including Caturra, Catuai, Lempira, and IHCAFE 90. This coffee was picked ripe and depulped the following day, then fermented dry for 48 hours. It’s dried in solar driers for about 26 days.
Region Corquin, Alto de los Santos
Farm Alto de los Santos
Altitude 1450 masl
Proc. Method Honey
Savory and smooth with tart acidity, fresh coffee cherry and clove flavors.
You can purchase the coffee by clicking here: Honduras Finca El Alto de los Santos
Both of these coffees are now available on our website.
Mr. Bartleby, Roastmaster