Regional La Vaca Lola

La Vaca Lola – ‘Lola the cow’ – is a Regional lot offering named after the cow bought by Project Origin’s Community Fund and some of our closest roasting partners. Lola lives at Finca El Árbol, a farm we co-own in the town of Dipilto, Nueva Segovia. There she provides the workers with dairy and company during the harvesting seasons. The Project Origin Regionals program supports producers by buying their 83-85 point scoring coffees at a premium specialty market price. This Regional offering is processed in the traditional washed method, and features a full weight, soft acidity and sweet cup profile.

Nicaragua

Dipilto, Nueva Segovia

Close up photo of ripe coffee cherries on tree

Producer

Various small producers

Varietal

Caturra & Catuai

Altitude

1300 m

Harvest

Nov - Feb

Regional coffees are a collection of green beans that represent a coffee growing area and provide a reliable offering each season that's popular for blends. This label utilises harvested coffee beans from small-holder farmers that do not become a micro-lot offering.
Regional coffees are a collection of green beans that represent a coffee growing area and provide a reliable offering each season that's popular for blends. This label utilises harvested coffee beans from small-holder farmers that do not become a micro-lot offering.
Lola the cow lives at El Arbol and provides workers dairy and company during the harvesting seasons

Product List

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