Nicaragua ranks high amongst the coffee-growing nations of the world. It is also famous for being less acidic than its other Central American counterparts.
Perdido's honey process is quite sweet, as if someone had poured actual honey onto the beans. This method of coffee processing is considered halfway between washed and natural.
The result is a fruity and gentle cup with complex notes.
This honey-processed coffee has a sweet and complex flavour profile. This coffee is processed using a method where the coffee beans are dried with some of the fruit pulp still attached, resulting in a flavour that's both sweet and fruity.
The growing conditions at Perdido farm, including a high altitude, fertile soil, and ample rainfall, also contribute to the coffee's quality and rich taste.
Ingrained respect for Mother Nature is one of Perdido's fundamental values.
At both Fincas, they won't cut down their exotic hardwood trees. Instead, the branches are trimmed to allow the much-needed sunshine and the trees to continue to grow. They make most of their organic pesticides and herbicides or use organic supplementation. Their fertilizers are made from a combination of organic byproducts, including the remains of their processed coffee cherries.
The Perdido Coffee company was founded by a Canadian entrepreneur looking for a change and an adventure. He travelled to Nicaragua to explore the geography and fell in love with the people, the culture, and, most importantly, the coffee.
After that first sip, he decided to create what is today the world-class Perdido Coffee.
Their family values are not driven by financial gain but by how they can make this world a better place to live. For them, it starts with love and hard work turned into one Perdido cup at a time.