More than 15 female-coffee growers from San Ignacio and Jaen
In the Awayu language, Nugkui means valuable woman. The name of this coffee honors the strong and admirable women who were part of the pakamuros culture that was located along the mountains that today make up the provinces of Jaen and San Ignacio. Today, some of these women dedicate their lives to farming, growing, and producing amazing coffee to sustain their families. We are proud to say that Nugkui coffee is a community blend that represents and showcases coffee that is being produced by these female coffee growers. These women are absolutely committed, not only to strive and continue producing amazing coffee, but to do it in a very sustainable way, always taking care of the environment.
Their farms are located on a region where the different height levels allows them to have a diversity of microclimates in the whole region as well as the natural reserves that surround their farms help them protect this diversity and the environment of their farms.
This coffee has notes of red fruit such as plum and cherries, with a citric acidity, silky body and long aftertaste.
San Ignacio and Jaen
1,700 – 1,950 MASL