The farm produces coffee at various heights, from 900 to 1,450 meters above sea level. Cerro de Jesús, where they are located and from which they derive their name, has a height of 1,836 meters and is the second highest peak in Nicaragua. The property is also part of the Dipilto and Jalapa mountain ranges on the Nicaraguan border with Honduras. This mountain range includes the Cordillera Dipilto and Jalapa Natural Reserve, which has the Cerro Mogotón, which, at 2,107 meters, is the highest point in Nicaragua.
The El Cerro de Jesús farm was founded in 1999 and has been managed by a family for much of its history and is certified with the Rainforest Alliance since 2012 to date.
With Scoring of 90.97 in 2021 Nicaragua Cup Of Excellence.