Trader: InterAmerican Coffee
Producers: 10 small-scale producers
Altitude: 1100 – 1500 masl
Process: Traditional Fully Washed, Fermented in Cement Tanks
Shade: Guaba, Bucaro, Musaseas
Preparation: Screen 15 +SCAA. Specialty Grade
Harvest: December – March
Drying Method: 100% shade dried on raised beds at beneficio La Concordia
The Natural Reserve Cerro Datanli – El Diablo is a high massif located between the cities of Matagalpa and Jinotega. It’s a magical place, with butterflies dancing around coffee bushes that cling to impossibly steep mountainsides in the shade of lush cloud forest. In total, there are around 300 owners, small and medium scale producers, who grow coffee and other products and have developed agricultural production systems adapted to agro-ecological conditions.
Its name comes from the mountains that makes up the Natural Reserve Datanlí- El Diablo, in the Cordillera Isabelia. Datanlí is an indigenous word that means “where water falls.” This region is one of the most rich and diverse ecosystems in Jinotega, a place with beautiful and impressive forests and where water sources originate from the top of the mountains and fall all the way to the farms of countless coffee growers. The water that falls from this beautiful reserve helps these producers with favorable conditions for the production of their specialty coffees.