OPALACA

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La gen­te de Opalaca man­tie­ne sus tra­di­cio­nes, y aún con el tiem­po és­tas han pa­sa­do de ge­ne­ra­ción en ge­ne­ra­ción. Una de ellas es la siem­bra de ca­fé, és­ta se ha man­te­ni­do co­mo uno de sus gran­des se­cre­tos. To this day, the peo­ple of Opalaca main­tain their tra­di­tions, ma­na­ging to pass them down from ge­ne­ra­tion to ge­ne­ra­tion over the past years. Such a cus­tom that they vehe­mently pre­ser­ve is the plan­ting of cof­fee, it has re­mai­ned as one of their grea­test se­crets.

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Ca­rac­te­rís­ti­cas de ta­za / Cha­rac­te­ris­tics of the brew: Ca­fé aro­má­ti­co, con una fi­na y de­li­ca­da aci­dez, ba­lan­cea­do, cuer­po sua­ve y post gus­to dul­ce. An aro­ma­tic cof­fee with a fi­ne and de­li­ca­te aci­dity, well ba­lan­ced, with a soft body and sweet fi­nish. Ubi­ca­ción geo­grá­fi­ca / Geo­grap­hi­cal lo­ca­tion: San­ta Bar­ba­ra, In­ti­bu­cá y Lem­pi­ra. Al­tu­ra (MSNM) / Height (MASL): 1,100 - 1,600 Pre­ci­pi­ta­ción anual (MM) / An­nual Pre­ci­pi­ta­tion (MM): 1,350 – 1,900 Tem­pe­ra­tu­ra / Tem­pe­ra­tu­re: 14 – 22 °C (57.2 – 71.6 °F) Ti­po de som­bra / Ty­pe of sha­de: Inga, Fru­ta­les, Fo­res­ta­les / Inga, Fruit, Fo­rest Va­rie­da­des / Va­rie­ties: Bour­bon, Ca­tu­rra, Ca­tuai, Ty­pi­ca Épo­ca de co­se­cha / Har­vest: No­viem­bre a Fe­bre­ro No­vem­ber th­rough Fe­bruary

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