Coffee in Nicaragua, Central America

Nicaraguan Coffee is Round, Sweet and Progressive

Agriculture remains the most important sector of the Nicaraguan economy. Nicaragua is known as the land of volcanoes and lakes, yielding a cup to show the rich and fertile soil. Coffee has been an engine drving the country’s economy during the last two decades. Main production regions are Estelí­, Matagalpa, Jinotega, Ocotal, Nueva Segovia and San Juan de Rio Coco. Nicaraguan coffees have a large range of flavor attributes. Yet, the typical Nicaraguan coffee flavor profile is mainly sweet, balanced, rich and medium-bodied. Nicaraguan coffee is less acidic than others from Central America.


Leticia Davila studied Business Administration in English at the University in Granada, and later traveled abroad to complete more intensive studies in Business and English. She began to seriously pursue her passion for teaching the language, culture of traditions of Nicaragua in 2000, and is currently a teacher and the administrator of Spanish Dale! Married with three daughters (Pamela, Ixkra and Nirvana), Leticia enjoys social activities, volleyball and dancing.

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