Summer Time Jams

Summer Time Jams is a blend of two wonderful coffees. Ethiopia + Nicaragua

Nicaragua Jinotega:

About this Coffee
This washed, strictly high grown coffee comes from smallholder farmers in the Jinotega department of Nicaragua. Coffee cherries were hand-picked, wet milled and fermented by the individual producers. Afterwards the coffee was taken to a central location to be dry milled in order to guarantee uniformity of quality and flavor.
The Region
Jinotega is the largest coffee region in the Nicaragua. Altitudes in Jinotega range From 800 -1500 masl. The diverse micro-climates in the region present ideal growing conditions for varietals such as: Caturra, Red Catuai, Bourbon, Pacamara, Parainema and more.

Flavor: Dark Chocolate, Brown Sugar, Nutty
Body: Medium
Acidity: Mild

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe
Widely considered the birthplace of coffee, Yirgacheffe is a micro-region in Sidama, Ethiopia’s leading coffee-producing region. Its lush climate and mountainous topography are ideal for producing some of the finest Arabica coffees—fruity and floral, bright and balanced. The region is common for “garden coffee” production, where smallholder farmers grow coee fruits and vegetables alongside coffee, which is their primary cash crop. Most of the coffee grown in smaller plots of land are farmed organically, though not certified as such. Grown in the kebele (village) of Edido, these hand-harvested beans were processed at the Aricha Washing and Drying station, which serves an estimated 1,000 smallholder farmers from the surrounding communities. This is a natural coffee, processed in the traditional method of drying bean and cherry together before hulling the fruit. The
longer fermentation of the bean inside its fruit creates a punchier flavor than washed processing, and this coffee is no exception, yielding superb notes of strawberry and green tea, with medium body and acidity

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