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Nicaragua La Huella Yellow Pacamara

A washed coffee with note of lemon meringue and papaya

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More About Nicaragua La Huella Yellow Pacamara

A washed coffee with note of lemon meringue and papaya

Welcome our newest release from the Mierisch Family of Farms in Nicaragua. This particular harvest comes from the La Huella Farm, Matagalpa. A Yellow Pacamara varietal (cherries are yellow at harvest!), that went through a washing process.  

This coffee is sweet, clean tasting and beautifully soft, with notes of lemon meringue and papaya. 

Zoka Cupping Score: 88 points

Photo: Yellow Pacamara on the bush ready for harvest.  Yellow Pacamara cherries post harvest, ready to go to the washing station. 

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Reviewed by Loretta P.
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Favorite light roast so far

I subscribe to the light roast rotation from Zoka Coffee and this one is my favorite so far. In addition to having a beautiful flavor, this coffee bean is just interesting in its own right. The beans seem to me to be slightly larger and wider than typical coffee beans, and when I use a hand grinder to grind the beans, the texture turns out a little different somehow from that of other coffee beans. Highly recommend this one!

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Thank you for your review! It sounds like you're really enjoying your subscription to Zoka Coffee's light roast rotation. It's great that yore appreciating not only the flavor but also the unique characteristics of the bean themselves. You are correct about this single origin being larger than other beans. Pacamara coffee beans are known for their large size, which is a result of their hybridization. Fun fact: Pacamara is often called the "Elephant bean"