Las Delicias - Nicaragua Filter
Eleane Mierisch in Action
Kaffeekirschen auf der Finca Las Delicias
Panorama auf der Finca Las Delicias durch die Kaffeebäume hindurch.
Apricot, Pineapple , Currant

€33,80 / kg

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The Las Delicias farm is Eleane Mierisch's first very own coffee farm. She grows various excellent coffees here, some of which were awarded the Cup of Excellence 2017. Our lot is the Javanica variety. Fruity notes of apricot, pineapple and blackcurrant, with a medium body.

About the coffee

The coffee of the Javanica variety comes from the Las Delicias farm in Jinotega, a region in Nicaragua. It came fourth in the Cup Of Excellence in 2017, and for good reason: the coffee beans were processed using the Natural Anaerobic Low Temperature method and have developed a very intense flavour profile as a result. Anaerobic fermentation involves processing the coffee in a completely sealed, low-oxygen fermentation container, in this case at a particularly low temperature. This allows the individual flavours to develop in a targeted manner. The result is a heavy red wine-like body with tart acidity of blackcurrant flavour, rounded off by a juicy aftertaste of sweet apricot and pineapple.

About the farm

Erwin and Eleane Mierisch Fincas "Mierisch" serve as a role model for many coffee farmers around the world and are known for internationally prized specialty coffees of the very highest quality. One of their farms is Finca Las Delicias, for which Eleane Mierisch is responsible. She started her professional career as a nurse, but then switched to the family business and thus to coffee. She is a true coffee freak and now manages the dry mill, heads quality control and brings "order and style to a chaos that lasted for years", says her brother Erwin Mierisch.

For Erwin, ambition is the be-all and end-all. He describes his success as follows:

"It takes many years of experience with trials and failures, experiments with different varieties and preparation methods. Never being completely satisfied, knowing that we have a long way to go and never settling for the status quo and making personal and financial improvements to reach the next level of quality. After every harvest, we know we can improve again - and we try to do that - again and again."


Coffee from Nicaragua

In 1790, Catholic missionaries brought coffee to Nicaragua for the first time. The coffee industry grew especially during the 'coffee boom' between the years 1880 and 1980. The flavor profile of Nicaraguan coffees is usually very complex: they convince with fruity notes as well as a pure smooth acidity.


Suited for

Recommended brewing ratio

16g coffee, 250g water, medium grind, in about 2,5 min brewing time


Apricot, Pineapple , Currant





The cup of coffee is sweet and floral. The fermentation gives notes of apricot and pineapple.

About the coffee

Variety: Javanica

Processing: Natural Anaerobic Low Temperature, 48h

Altitude: 1400 m asl

Harvest year: February 2021

Harvest time: Dec. - March

Processing place: on the farm

About the farm

Farm: Las Delicias

Location: Jinotega, Departamento de Nicaragua

Coffee farmer: Jorge Luis Mendez (Farm Manager)

Form of Operation: Producer: Eleane Mierisch

Farm size: 12 hectares

About the farm: Erwin and Eleane Mierisch Fincas "Mierisch" grow top quality coffees.

Number of varieties: various other

Other varieties planted: Javanica, Yellow Pacamara, Geisha, Yellow Pacas, Red Bourbon

Prices: Cup Of Excellence 2017 (4th rank)

Cooperation: for many years

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