Martha Lucía Albir Sotomayor
strawberry – citron – grape
Nestled in the serene landscapes of El Suyatal, Macuelizo, Nueva Segovia, you’ll find Finca Bethania, a tranquil haven of coffee cultivation and friendship. Finca Bethania is cradled at an elevation ranging around 1350 meters, boasting fertile, sandy loam soil and an ideal climate for coffee cultivation. Martha Lucía Albir Sotomayor, the visionary behind Finca Bethania, has been nurturing this piece of paradise since 1991. The plantation has grown over the years to span a generous 27.25 hectares, providing sustenance and employment to many.
This lot, spreading over 7.39 hectares between 1300 and 1400 meters above sea level, exclusively grows Maracaturra variety. The coffee on this lot is grown under the shade of forest and fruit trees, demonstrating a deep commitment to sustainable agriculture.
Despite the challenges posed by climate change and rising production costs, Finca Bethania stays committed to producing premium coffee and contributing to the local community. The plantation supports various educational social projects, providing school supplies to local primary schools.