Nicaragua H1 Anaerobic
What is H1 Coffee?
H1 is a first-generation (F1) hybrid originating from a cross between rust-resistant T5296 and the Ethiopian landrace variety Rume Sudan. It is resistant to coffee leaf rust, very high yielding, and shows potential for exceptional cup quality.
What is anaerobic fermentation?
This fermentation process involves reducing the coffee's exposure to air. The coffee is put in an enclosed container like a barrel or tank for anywhere from three hours to several days, and then it's dried. Anaerobic fermentation can be used for whole cherries or pulped beans.
Nicaragua Rajuanse Estate
The being managed by his oldest son (Ramiro’s dad). Buena Esperanza Estate is the crown jewel of RAJUANSE Estates. It is located in a privileged mountain valley in Matagalpa, Nicaragua. Originally it was part of a timber operation that was 2,818 Hectares in size and was owned by an American lumber operation dating back to the 1960’s. In early 1970s, it began its transformation into coffee farming but during the late 1970s and 80s political events in Nicaragua led to national instabilities in many sectors, including farming in general. Currently, there is still one of the original workers in Buena Esperanza, Don Manuel, that planted the first coffee plants in Buena Esperanza, and he is our historian. In November 2013, the farm was acquired by the Ortiz Stoessel family, a Nicaraguan Peruvian family venture. Buena Esperanza was in dire straits and it presented an opportunity to restructure the framework of the farm with modern day standards and practices. The farm is family owned and managed. When the RAJUANSE Family took control of Buena Esperanza, a master plan was created to bring back Buena Esperanza to its glory and use its privileged mountain valley to grow quality coffee. In the master plan, it called for renewal of all coffee plants, protection of its natural water springs, reforestation and protection of its natural forest, and uniting neighbouring communities in a common interest of sustainability. The farm is 846 Hectares and currently 405 Hectares have coffee planted. Our master plan is to balance land usage, half coffee and other half natural forest. We are combating local climate change and keeping local fauna.
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