One 12 oz. compostable Biotre bag.
Finca Idealista sits on a mountaintop bordering a nature reserve, where trees act as a natural air conditioner for its Paca and Caturra variety coffee shrubs. This cool microclimate lengthens the coffee cherry maturation process, allowing the coffee more time to absorb natural sugars and other organic compounds that contribute to a rounded cup profile. Finca Idealista uses volcanic filtration to protect the environment from run-off when washing harvested coffee cherries. The volcanic material used in this process was brought from Masaya, one of Nicaragua’s volcanic regions. The farm saves its best coffee cherries to make cascara, a coffee cherry tea, and uses the remaining cherries in compost which is then used as a nutrient for coffee plants and fruit trees. Finca Idealista proudly pays its workers the highest wages in the region. In addition to its focus on quality, Finca Idealista supports the growth and development of the community through the contribution of educational and medical supplies, by running water and providing scholarships to schools, and through providing free computer literacy classes for young women.