Name and Location of the Farm:
Las Brumas is located at 1,550 mosl, in the mountains of San Fernando where great pine forests surrounding coffee plantations. To reach the top of the mountain is a challenge that is worth to enjoy the fresh air and the wonderful view where you see plenty of mountains and lake.
Tell us The Farm History:
Farm Las Brumas has been in our family since 1997 when it started planting a variety of nurseries coffee not before grown in Nicaragua , the Pacamara variety. Due to the topography and the cold weather we have focused on growing this variety and have integrated very well into the area. We cultivated 20 acres of coffee but most of the property is covered with even great pines.
Our family has four generations dedicated to coffee from my grandfather to my nephew.
What is your secret for winning the competition?
Focus on quality. For this we insist that each phase of coffee cultivation and meticulously execute when it arrives at the table know that cupping has been every effort to deliver a rich cup of coffee.
How do you feel to have been a winner?
I am very happy for the recognition and gives me great satisfaction to see that all these years of dedication and effort have been successful and motivates us to keep going.
What do you think about the Cup of Excellence?
I think this competition has helped Nicaragua is recognized worldwide as a source of specialty coffee and motivate farmers to produce quality we focus on.
|Farm Name||Las Brumas|
|Farmer/Rep.||Rina Liseth Paguaga Buitrago|
|Size (30kg boxes)||22|
|Aroma/Flavor||apricot brandy, tea rose, white chocolate, blood orange, almonds fig, vanilla, honeycomb, caramel|
|Acidity||sweet lemon, apple, red apple acidity, peach, balanced|
|Other||creamy juicy, round, sweet honey cereal elegant, delicate, juicy finish|
|Coffee Growing Area||20 ha|
|Farm Size||60 ha|
|Auction Lot Size (lbs.)||1415|
|High bidders||CAFFE PASCUCCI S.p.A.|