Santa Teresita & Los Nogales
Santa Teresita & Los Nogales
Santa Teresita & Los Nogales
Santa Teresita & Los Nogales
Santa Teresita & Los Nogales
Santa Teresita & Los Nogales


Santa Teresita & Los Nogales

Apricot, Cotton Fruit, Sugar Cane

$22.00 Sale Save
Type: Single Origin
This single origin coffee hails from the lush terrains of Santa Teresita & Los Nogales in Nicaragua. This coffee is a symphony of flavours, boasting a stone fruit-like sweetness that dances on your palate. As you savour the brew, delicate notes of fresh apricot, cotton fruit and sugar cane transport you to the heart of Nicaraguan coffee culture.

We recommend grinding the beans before brewing as freshly ground coffee tends to have a better flavour and aroma. However, you can still opt to have your beans ground by us.

This coffee is roasted-to-order on Monday and Tuesday (excluding public holidays). If your order is submitted before 12pm on Friday, your order will be placed in the roasting schedule of the following week and dispatched in the same week. However, we do roast a small batch of 2 different single origin coffees for our subscription orders weekly. If this coffee is available, your order may be fulfilled within 2-5 working days. You'll receive an automated email with a tracking number when your order has been picked up by our delivery partner.

Standard Delivery

- We have a standard delivery of SGD $5. Free for subscription orders and orders $50 and above.

International Shipping

Shipping of this coffee is available to the AU / USA and would take additional 15 - 40 days. Shipping rates calculated based on weight and destination will be shown at checkout. Shipments are subject to duties and taxes levied by customs in the destination country and the costs are born by the receiver. For shipping to other countries, please drop us an email at


* Self-Collection is available at our academy at 151 Lorong Chuan, New Tech Park, #05-06, Lobby E, Singapore, 556741. You will receive an email notification when your order(s) is/are ready for collection.

* Collection can be made within 5 working days, 12pm - 4pm on Monday to Friday, 10am-1pm on Saturday (except Public holidays).

* Please collect your order within the week of receiving your pick-up notification to ensure the freshness of your coffee.

Please see here for more information.


It’s really simple. Enjoy 10% off every future bag when you subscribe to your favourite coffee. Just select a bag quantity and pick your delivery frequency (you can choose between intervals of 1 to 8 weeks) and you’re ready to go! Changed your mind? The settings can be easily changed too.

There is no binding period as payment is charged per order, and with the ability to pause, fast-track, reschedule or even cancel your subscription plan to suit your needs, this is all the convenience and flexibility you need to get your regular coffee fix!

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  • VarietalRed Caturra, Red Catuai, Yellow Caturra, Bourbon
  • Processing methodWashed (15 - 20 Hours Fermentation)
  • Elevation1,200 masl
  • Roasted forFilter & Espresso
  • AcidityLowMedium High
  • RoastLightMedium Dark
  • BodyLightMedium Heavy


Finca Idealista invests in volcanic filters to protect the environment from the run-off produced by the coffee washing process. The volcanic material is obtained from Masaya, one of the country’s volcanic regions. While the best coffee cherries are used to make coffee cherry tea, the remaining by-products from the harvest are used as nutrients for the crops on the plantation, ensuring waste minimisation.

Apart from its commitment to ecologically sound and zero-waste practices, Gold Mountain Coffee also supports the growth and development of the community through a range of sustainable development initiatives. Water is provided to schools far from utility grids, as are
textbooks, desks, libraries, and other educational necessities. Free computing classes for youths in the community (with a female attendance of 90%) have also been organised and scholarships as well as medical supplies sponsored. In fact they are constantly looking out for new initiatives based on assessments of current and changing needs in the community.