Nomad Las Brisas Espresso

Nomad Las Brisas Espresso

Write a review
Nutty & chocolaty
Your coffee is low in acidity, exhibits a nutty sweet flavour, and is often bittersweet with a chocolaty roast taste.
Acidity
Like a lively sparkle that adds a hint of sweetness and fruity flavor. It is what makes your taste buds tingle, reminiscent of biting into a crisp apple or sipping a tarty cherry juice. This lively trait brings coffee to life in a unique way.
Bitterness
Like a pinch of seasoning, bitterness enhances coffee’s complexity. It is a balancing act with too little, the coffee may taste overly sweet or tangy. Robusta beans are naturally more bitter than Arabica due to the higher levels of these compounds. Light-medium roasts offer a pleasant bitterness, while darker roasts yield a stronger, lingering bitter sensation. Keep in mind, that taste varies – what is bitter to you might be enjoyable to others.
Body
Refers to how a coffee feels in your mouth – it is like the weight and texture that you sense as you sip. Imagine it as the difference between whole milk feeling rich and creamy compared to skim milk feeling lighter. Body gives coffee a sense of substance and depth, making each sip a satisfying experience.
Sweetness
Coffee’s link to fruitiness isn’t always obvious, but the beans are loaded with carbs and amino acids inherited from the coffee cherry. When roasted, these carbs become the building blocks of sweetness, like the simple sugars found in fruits. Through the Maillard reaction (roasting), they transform into the cozy sweetness we enjoy, reminding us of the cherry’s natural flavours.
€16,50
€16,50
Translation missing: en.products.product.price.price_per_kg
€66,00  per  kg

VAT included | excl. Shipping costs

Package Size
Grind Type
Grind Type
Add to wishlist
Delivered in 2 ~ 4 Days
We will inform you of the delivery date(s) in the shipping confirmation. Please note that coffee is sent freshly roasted directly from the roastery.

Everything about the product

This is what Nomad says about the producers and the cultivation of Las Brisas Espresso:

Carlos, a fifth-generation farmer from Juayúa in the Apaneca Ilamatepec mountain range, represents the transformation of coffee farming through innovation and sustainability. After two decades in the textile industry, he returned to his agricultural roots on the Las Brisas farm. Carlos believes in the future of coffee by combining technology and sustainable practices. His approach avoids the traditional washing process, which can damage water sources, and instead relies on the power of mycorrhizal fungi. This symbiotic relationship between fungi and coffee plants improves nutrient and water exchange and promotes healthier trees. When the rust crisis erupted in Central America, Carlos responded by innovating his farm with rust-resistant varieties and challenging the traditional reliance on bourbon. Through careful research, he reintroduced Pacamaras, Pacas and other hybrids, demonstrating his commitment to environmentally friendly, quality-focused coffee production.

After harvesting, the cherries are soaked in water for sorting, then drained and then dried in bags in a cool and ventilated place for two days. The next step is pulping without water (natural pulping), and the process ends with drying in the sun on African beds, where the coffee lies in the shade from midday.

This is what Nomad says about the preparation and taste of Las Brisas Espresso:

Another season of one of the three pillars of Nomad's Balanced Espresso. Las Brisas Honey Blend, elegant and syrupy coffee in which we find notes of chocolate and a soft and balanced acidity of raisins and red fruits. The very round body and the sweet finish make this Balanced the perfect coffee for espresso and cappuccino.

Further Info

Taste Notes

Chocolate, raisins, cherry jam

Producer

Carlos Pola

Region

Apaneca-Ilamatepec

Altitude

1250 - 1400 m

Processing

Honey

Bean Type

Arabica

Variety

Hybrid mix

Roaster Address

The roasted coffee is produced and shipped by:
Jordi Mestre Ramentol
Pujades 95, Barcelona, ​​Spain

View full details
Skip to product information
1 of 4
Everything about the product
Further Info

This is what Nomad says about the producers and the cultivation of Las Brisas Espresso:

Carlos, a fifth-generation farmer from Juayúa in the Apaneca Ilamatepec mountain range, represents the transformation of coffee farming through innovation and sustainability. After two decades in the textile industry, he returned to his agricultural roots on the Las Brisas farm. Carlos believes in the future of coffee by combining technology and sustainable practices. His approach avoids the traditional washing process, which can damage water sources, and instead relies on the power of mycorrhizal fungi. This symbiotic relationship between fungi and coffee plants improves nutrient and water exchange and promotes healthier trees. When the rust crisis erupted in Central America, Carlos responded by innovating his farm with rust-resistant varieties and challenging the traditional reliance on bourbon. Through careful research, he reintroduced Pacamaras, Pacas and other hybrids, demonstrating his commitment to environmentally friendly, quality-focused coffee production.

After harvesting, the cherries are soaked in water for sorting, then drained and then dried in bags in a cool and ventilated place for two days. The next step is pulping without water (natural pulping), and the process ends with drying in the sun on African beds, where the coffee lies in the shade from midday.

This is what Nomad says about the preparation and taste of Las Brisas Espresso:

Another season of one of the three pillars of Nomad's Balanced Espresso. Las Brisas Honey Blend, elegant and syrupy coffee in which we find notes of chocolate and a soft and balanced acidity of raisins and red fruits. The very round body and the sweet finish make this Balanced the perfect coffee for espresso and cappuccino.

Taste Notes

Chocolate, raisins, cherry jam

Producer

Carlos Pola

Region

Apaneca-Ilamatepec

Altitude

1250 - 1400 m

Processing

Honey

Bean Type

Arabica

Variety

Hybrid mix

Roaster Address

The roasted coffee is produced and shipped by:
Jordi Mestre Ramentol
Pujades 95, Barcelona, ​​Spain

Recently Viewed