Nicaragua Segovia Coffee

Roasted By: Tiny Footprint Coffee

Who will enjoy Nicaragua Segovia Coffee the most?

  • Fans of darkly roasted coffee, these Nicaraguan beans are roasted to perfection.
  • Those that value environmentally friendly practices; these beans are organic and green as can be!
  • Anyone who is unfamiliar with Nicaragua should check out this Segovia coffee.

Nicaragua Segovia Coffee Profile

Roast:  Dark

Body:  Full, smooth

Taste:  Rich, notes of apricot, spice & nut

Fragrance:  Strong, nut

Aroma:  Earthy, nut

Sweetness:  Mild, nougat

Acidity:  Mild

Aftertaste:  Smooth

Origin(s):  Nicaragua, Segovia

Species:  Arabica 

Cert(s):  Organic, Fair Trade

The Background

Coffee from Nicaragua is considered to be among the best that Central America has to offer. This organic Nicaraguan coffee comes from the Segovia region. Segovia coffee beans are grown at high altitudes and benefit from the area's abundantly rich soil. This coffee is organic, shade grown and fair trade! As their name would imply, Tiny Footprint Coffee is all about sustainable practices. They work with Mindo Cloudforest Foundation in an effort to reforest the planet. You can feel good about purchasing these Segovia beans, and the coffee taste great too!

What makes Nicaragua Segovia Coffee special?

Tiny Footprints Coffee is a truly respectable roaster. In an effort to reduce their carbon footprint, they are constantly planting trees! But enough about the roaster, let's talk about the coffee! This Segovia coffee begins with a strong aroma that is to die for. The dark roast accentuates the notes of apricot, spice and nut. The acidity is low in this one, and a subtle, yet tasty nougat oriented sweetness exists in the background. If your preferences tend toward a darker roast, give this organic Nicarguan coffee a try! 

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