Roast — MediumLightMedium
Citrus Fruit, Caramel, Swiss Chocolate
In Matagalpa, Nicaragua, Don Enrique Ferrufino and his son, Enrique, work tirelessly to run a family farming operation that produces high quality coffee year after year. They’ve honed in on producing exceptional coffee that is the product of meticulous processing and a unique microclimate in Matagalpa. They take great pride in running their family business that also provides jobs for hundreds of people in their community. The Ferrufinos not only grow, mill and export their coffee but also work with other farmers in their community, providing milling and exporting services for them.
"It's kind of exciting to be able to do and try different things and actually make a change. My mother says you should always be proud of being a coffee farmer because you create jobs for hundreds of people. So it’s true, you know...everyone should be proud to be a coffee farmer." - Enrique Ferrufino
Formerly La Esperanza
Meet the Farmer
"It's kind of exciting to be able to do and try different things and actually make a change. My mother says you should be proud always of being a coffee farmer because you why not create jobs for hundreds of people. So it's true, you know...everyone should be proud to be a coffee farmer." - Enrique Ferrufino
Featuring Enrique Ferrufino from Matagalpa, Nicaragua. Enrique is a quintessential example of "la esperanza" for the younger coffee generation. La Esperanza means "hope" in spanish. Enrique is a young coffee farmer that represents leading the way for future generations of coffee farmers in his community.
- Where's My Coffee