Ojo de Agua, Nicaragua (Washed)

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Ojo de Agua literally means “eye of the storm” - a name Ali Herrera gave the farm due to the vast amount of rain in this region. Ojo de Agua is located in Mozonte in the region of Nueva Segovia, which is one of the highest points in Nicaragua.

The area is wet, cold and soil is rich, and this region is well known for the quality of coffee. Most of the producer here have small farms and are hard workers. Love and patience are essential for the success.

Ali Herrera bought Ojo de Agua in 2012 and lives at the farm with his family. Together they work together which represents the foundation to have a coffee plantation.

Processing information:
Fully washed. Cherries are picked ripe, de-pulped, fermented for 12-15 hours and washed on the farm, then dried on raised beds for 15 days at Cafetos de Segovia, which is a dry mill in Ocotal.