Corcasan – Medium roast coffee

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A creamy and rich medium roast coffee with notes of dark chocolate and pecan nuts


A creamy and rich medium roast coffee. The coffee beans contain notes of dark chocolate and pecans which give the coffee a rich, fat flavour.

This coffee er perfect for those of you who prefer a great, rich coffee with character. It is particularly suitable for a good filter coffee with lots of intensity and delicious coffee taste.

Rasmus from ØNSK says: "The coffee from Corcasan highlights some of the best things about coffee from Nicaragua - It is rich and intense, with an fatty note which isn't overly sweet, like dark chocolate and nuts. It's the perfect morning coffee when you are in a hurry and you just want a great cup of coffee without any surprises."

Try it out with our brewing guide for the plunger jug here orread the whole story of the Corcasan cooperative here


Country, region Nicaragua, Madriz.
Height 1.150-1.500 m.a.s.l.
Treatment Wet milling, African beds
Varieties Arabica (Caturra, Pacamara, Maragohype)
Roast profiles Medium roast and dark roast

Deep inside the northern rainforest of Nicaragua, lies a hidden coffee cooperative. Here, in the town of San Juan del Río Coco, 217 family-run coffee farms are united in the production of amazing coffee.

Even though the free-range hens are lazily walking around, scraping the ground, Corcosan is a busy place. Because they are striving to improve the conditions for the women in the coffee industry. Corcasan currently consists of 84 strong, female farmers, and half of the cooperative's administration are women.

Through the Corcasan cooperative, the farmers are being taught about coffee cultivation and are getting financial assistance, which explains the high quality of the coffee and the cooperative's efficient organic coffee production.

Together with Corcosan, we are providing coffee, that not only taste amazingly. It also leaves a positive imprint on the local community and the nature of the beautiful San Juan del Río Coco.


Video blog from Corcasan

Join us as we visit the Corcasan coffee cooperative, meet the member Pablo, and are having a party with music and piñata.