NICARAGUA JAVANICA SAN JOSE #795
The Chocolate Raspberry Jam Coffee
By Zoka Coffee
Want to be notified when it's back?
- Roasted by Zoka Coffee
- Origin(s): Nicaraguan
- Tastes: Raspberry, Nutty, Dark Chocolate
- Elevation: 1150 masl
A couple of weeks ago, I was lucky enough to join a cupping at Zoka Coffee Roasters and taste this year’s Nicaragua Javanica from the award-winning Mierisch family. We carried this coffee last year and, with just one sip, it all came back to me. A pulped natural process enhances the rich body and sugary fruit flavors. Upon grinding, these beans give out a sweet aroma like strawberry jam, and the cup carries smooth flavors of sweet ripe raspberry and dark chocolate. This Cup of Excellence-winning farm made me fall in love with Nicaraguan coffee.
Javanica beans are the true gems of Nicaraguan coffee, and this cup will show you why. You’ll love starting your mornings with this sweet cup of chocolate and raspberry jam, a rare and exclusive lot from Zoka’s personal relationship with the Mierisch family. Capture your own bag of Nicaragua San Jose, a limited-lot offering that’s only available for a short time. One sip, and you’ll be “jamming” on this one all day.
Similar Coffees We Recommend
Why we know you’ll love our coffees
Discover Your Next Favorite
Exclusive coffees, award-winning roasters, endless variety: Bean Box is your all-access pass to the very best artisan coffees. Discover new roasters, enjoy small-batch microlots from across the globe, and transform your morning cup.
Let us be your guide. Every Bean Box coffee is chosen by our curator Maryna Gray, a juror with the prestigious Cup of Excellence. With her expertise, and your sense of adventure, it’s never been easier (or more fun!) to dive into the world of specialty coffee.
Freshness You Can Taste
No ifs, ands, buts, or old beans: quality and freshness are our core values. Every Bean Box coffee gift is packaged with love in Seattle, and delivered fast-- so you can enjoy every cup at peak flavor. Guaranteed.
Ratings & Reviews
Share Your Thoughts