These El Mombacho coffee beans are grown in the Matagalpa region of Nicaragua. This coffee is made by various producers working together as part of the San Juan del Rio Coco cooperative. In the cup, this coffee offers notes of orange and milk chocolate. Packaging: 250g coffee beans.
A Closer Look at Appellations:
This El Mombacho coffee is a Label Coffee.
|A Label Coffee: a superior-quality coffee that corresponds to a certain coffee-growing region|
|A Terroir Coffee: high-quality coffee, renowned for the distinctiveness of its terroir|
|A Microlot: a terroir coffee grown on a specific plot known for its exceptional quality
or specific kind of preparation
Find out more about the different appellations of speciality coffee on our blog.
- Its orange and milk chocolate notes
- Its intensity
- Its fullness at the finish
Other Production Characteristics:
Harvest period: December to March
The Story of Cafés Lugat:
Lionel Lugat is the legendary roaster at MaxiCoffee. Over the years, he has surrounded himself with an expert team of roasters.
This coffee specialist, judge in the French Coffee Championships and expert columnist for our coffee company tells the story of Cafés Lugat and his passion for coffee roasting below.
This El Mombacho coffee is a Caturra blend, produced on various farms owned by the producers of the San Juan Del Rio Coco cooperative.
Their plots are located in the prestigious region of Matagalpa, known for its exceptional coffee. Its coffea plants grow in constant shade.
This coffee boasts a lively profile, with notes of orangeand milk chocolate at the finish.
Cafés Lugat boasts a team of enthusiastic young coffee roasters who select exceptional coffees and create irresistible recipes just for you. Through their range of coffee beans, ground coffees and Nespresso® compatible capsules, their mission is to bring you the unique flavour and aromas from the world's best coffee-producing areas!
Their passion for coffee has even won them awards. Marco, the brand's head roaster, was awarded the French Barista Championship title at the 2017 French Championships.