Los Congos Pacamara


Los Congos Pacamara Natural 2017 - Multi award wining! 

The highly anticipated return of this award winning coffee is here! 

Named #21 coffee of 2016 by Coffee Review!

Check out the complete Top 30 Coffees of 2015

The long anticipated return of our award winning Los Congos Pacamara Natural is here, receiving an astounding 95 point rating - get your bag today!

Los Congos - Pacamara Natural

ROAST: Light

NET WT: 12oz

VARIETAL: Pacamara

ALTITUDE: 5200ft


95 Points 2015:

"Complex, pungently juicy. Rose-like flowers, roasted cacao nib, candied lemon, mulberry in aroma and cup. Sweet-toned, softly lively acidity; plush, satiny mouthfeel. Deep and flavor-saturated in the finish."

Who Should Drink It: Superb dried-in-the-fruit Pacamara: deep, resonant, complexly layered, original.

94 Points 2014:

"Exotically pungent, deep, intricate. Strawberry, mint, dark chocolate, banana, musky flowers, a faint hint of brandy in aroma and cup. Deep, backgrounded but vibrant acidity; syrupy, lively mouthfeel. Chocolate in particular carries into a sweet, resonant finish.

Who Should Drink It: Those who prefer richness and low-toned intricacy in a coffee with a distinctive sensory profile and big, dramatic beans. "

- The Coffee Review December 2014 See Full Review at Top 30 Coffees Of 2014

Café Vidita has a truly inspiring story that portrays their passion for coffee unlike any other. Rina's father, Jose Rene Paguaga, started his own farm as a teen, growing and expanding until the civil war reached Nicaragua in 1979 and forced him to move his family to Honduras. The Paguagas lost their Nicaraguan farms, but by the time Jose was in his 70s, they were back in Nicaragua on new operations- starting from scratch. Today, three generations of Paguagas are involved in the production of this excellent coffee. Finca Los Congos consistently receives recognition for outstanding quality coffee by the Specialty Coffee Association of America, placing in the top ten of the Cup of Excellence competition multiple years. This farm is located in the San Fernando mountains of the Nueva Segovia region, where much of the mountainous terrain has been left undisturbed.

We are extremely proud and honored to have built a long term direct trade relationship with the Paguaga family, and are truly inspired by the work they do and the coffee they produce. We hope you love this coffee as much as we do! 

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