Welcome to La Joya!

Who we are

Welcome to La Joya! Located in the Datanlí - El Diablo mountain range in Jinotega, our farm enjoys a unique microclimate with 2,000 mm of annual rainfall and average temperature of 18°C. The farm spans a total of 590 hectares, of which 500 hectares are primary tropical cloud forest. This forest serves as a biological corridor for quetzals, sloths, toucans, parrots, and migratory birds. Biological control is used to manage coffee borer and rust. The farm incorporates compost made from coffee pulp and biochar to reduce use of herbicides and nitrogen fertilizers, reducing the carbon footprint. Coffee cherries are processed in a Penagos wet mill with mechanical mucilage removal, using minimal water. The cherries are then 100% sun-dried for slow drying process. The farm is Rainforest Alliance certified. Additionally, the local community benefits from training in bird watching to enhance biodiversity conservation.

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Rain Forest Alliance Certified

We are proud to be Rain Forest Alliance certified since 2014 By purchasing our coffee, you're supporting sustainable land management practices that help combat deforestation and preserve wildlife habitat!

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Total farm area

50 hectares

Elevation

1300-1400 m

Employees

64

Total trees

144048

We're Happy to Talk!

The best way to contact us is via email at bestfarms2024@gmail.com

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Environmentally Responsible Practices at La Joya

Biological control is used to manage coffee borer/rust. We also incorporate compost made from coffee pulp and biochar to reduce the use of herbicides and nitrogen fertilizers, reducing carbon footprint.

A partnership to revolutionize the coffee industry.

We have collaborated with Era of We to create a sustainable and transparent supply chain which benefits all.

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