Nicaragua

Nicaragua

Coffee came to Nicaragua in the mid-1800's but did not have to compete with well established crops like indigo or banana. It took coffee just 20 years to become the country's number one export and by the dawn of the 20th century, coffee represented 65% of Nicaragua's exports. Between 1895 and 1926, production of coffee in the Jinotega region alone tripled, from 4,500 bags to 13,500. The rapid growth of the industry did not coincide with as much deforestation as other countries in the region and today virtually all Nicaraguan coffee is considered shade grown.
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  1. Apple, nutty, lemon, malt loaf
    P8002210-1
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  2. Red apple, chocolate, nutty, tea
    P8002147-14
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  3. Blackberry, red cherry, passionfruit
    P8002147-13
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  4. Blackberry, toffee apple, banana, custard
    P8002147-11
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  5. Toffee apple, bright citrus, melon, chocolate
    P8002147-7
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  6. Blackcurrant, sweet tea, molasses, chocolate
    P8002147-6
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  7. Strawberry milkshake, stone fruits, sweet gravy
    P8002147-5
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  8. Blackcurrant candy, lemon, treacle, tropical
    P8002147-4
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  9. Orange, spice, peach, bitters
    P8002147-3
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