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All our green coffee is meticulously chosen, the latest harvest, "best in class" samples from the many, many different types of coffee that we try. As part of our efforts to offer our clients high-quality raw coffee beans, we will keep looking for the best green coffee that we can find from both farmers and estate agents.
Several of these coffee come from small batches and the precise coffee may no longer be visible. Our goal is to help coffee farmers who are committed to producing excellent coffee, using environmentally responsible cultivation methods and offering their employees equitable and wholesome working practices. In many cases we are paying more for certain types of coffee to promote and promote them.
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3,800 feet. Box size: 53. 25lbs. This coffee is 3800 feet. Box size: 53. 25lbs. On this coffee: An excellent mixture that unveils one of the best coffee specialities. It has a good balanced and pronounced temperate tartness. Scalping notes: Nutty, flowery and cute. On this coffee:
The wine has an intensive sweetening and a good acid content with a middle structure. This coffee provides a fresh, pure-sweet after-taste. Individual origins as a drop/filter or in combination with Bruzzi or espresso reserve to make a cute, unmistakable coffee. Scalping notes: It is complex and refined, with a fresh, full-bodied flavour, pleasing acids and citrus aromas.
He has a sleek bodyshell and a caramel-vanilla-look. Deep roasting for coffee produces fruity aromas of sweetness, while a slight to moderate roasting is perfect for boiled coffee. Size 3800 feet bag 132 lb cupping Notes: This full, hearty coffee has a lovely mellow tartness with tones of cherries and black candy.
Size 3800 feet Bag size: 132 lb. Cupping notes: Citruses together with tender sweet, medium-light, crunchy acid. On this coffee: Coffee with a fascinating flavour of mixed lemon fruit and delicacy. Buena Vista has a moderately heavy structure and a crunchy sourness.
Scalping notes: Intensive, dried flavour, flavours of chocolate, full-bodied and moderately acidic. Scalping notes: Fragrance of lemons and pomegranates; mild acids, reminding of a delicate and crisp lime-flavoured bottle; round and well-balanced after-taste. On this coffee: The coffee comes from the Daterra Estates "Collection" group, which includes the best coffee from their farm.
This is coffee that reaches 86-89 points, is fully retraceable and is usually used as a stand-alone origin. Like the name already says, it is a coffee from the type of Burgundy, which comes solely from the crop. Scalping notes: It is a small one of a kind and full of intensive flavours. A pronounced palatability with a touch of fruity, in combination with a low acid content, ensures a smooth, neat aftertaste of the mug.
After taste has overpowering hints of candy with a beautiful sweeteness that makes it a rich and distinctive coffee. Beautiful in coffee - produces a little more acid and fruity hints of berries. Chicken - Smooth acid, middle-bodied, smooth and smooth after-taste. Scalping notes: A sophisticated and sophisticated coffee begins its voyage at the height of the crop when the fruit is stuffed with a honey-like fluid.
After the beans have dried on the trees, they are placed on the terrace in cherries until the honeys are almost instant. Desiccation is completed in the drier to ensure uniform humidity and stabilisation of the beans. Bagsize: 132 lb. and more: more: see below: The São Francisco Coffee Farm is situated in the community of Patrocinio Paulista, São Paulo Estate, 12.
In 1994 it was bought by Nilton Messias de Almeida, a pensioned judge who loved the countryside and coffee. São Francisco comes from some of Nilton's living experience. Firstly, his name is Francisco, secondly, he was borne near the river São Francisco and finally the surrender of the Franciscan friars to Saint Francis Assisi.
All coffee products made at São Francisco Coffee Farm are UTZ-approved. São Francisco Coffee Farm also belongs to a selected group of Alta Mogiana Specialty Coffee Ass. holdings (http://www.amsc.com.br/). Sizes: 17-18 bags Size: 132 lb. Cupping notes: Full-bodied liquor with tones of maples and bilberries, long lasting and smooth acid.
On this coffee: Bob O Linke coffee is a mixture put together by FAF from a group of smallholders from the Mountain Mogiana region: known as one of the best coffee-producing areas in Brazil. Pouch size: 154 lb. Cupping notes: Cacao notes, with sweet cranberries - like acid.
Proportionate, middle-bodied. On this coffee: The fluctuations in temperatur during the days and nights are decisive for the qualitiy of this Columbian coffee. Low overnight freezing and relatively high altitude reduces the coffee bean's maturing rhythms, giving it a higher acid content and very special sugary aroma. In Colombia, Supremo is the biggest monitor available.
Scalping notes: Cacao, with cranberries - like acid. Proportionate, middle-bodied. On this coffee: The fluctuations in temperatur during the days and nights are decisive for the qualitiy of this Colombian coffee. Low overnight freezing and relatively high altitude reduces the coffee bean's maturing rhythms, giving it a higher acid content and very special sugary aroma.
In Colombia, Supremo is the biggest monitor available. Scalping notes: They are very tough beans and are good with all beans. Full, middle acid with light flowery tones and a little bit of fruits, with a hint of chocolate and onion. The fruits of coffee crops are produced in the shape of a coffee bean.
Coffee cherries usually grow two half of a coffee string in a unique one. Coffee cherries sometimes produce a lone coffee instead of two beans - this is called beanry. Coffee drinkers consider coffee beans from peabery to be much smaller than beans.
As only one coffee beans instead of two are produced, it is considered more sturdy in flavour and more acid ("good for the taste") than normal Arabica coffee beans. On this coffee: 2010 Excellency Cups, 2014, 4. place in the same class in Huila, the same year, 2. place in the best match in Germany, and last year best mug in Germany.
Grown at high altitude and on vulcanic ground, the ripening of the fruit is slower, giving this coffee a full and savoury flavour. Bagsize: 152 lb. Cupping notes: Bagsize: 152 lb. Cupping notes: It has a full, smooth-bodied, smooth taste in the mug, with a full-bodied, fruity flavour.
4,500-6,000 ft A.S.L. Bag size: 152 lb. Cruet notes: Light acid, middle-bodied, moderate flowery flavour, hazelnuts covered with milky choco ate and light herbs. Scalping notes: Initially, it has a sweet, honeyy flavour with a clear, harmonious structure and a chocolaty, walnut after-taste. It is grown in the Sierra de Los Cuchumatanes in Huehuetenango, Guatemala, by 46 small growers, more than half of whom are female.
Rio Ocho's peasants are dedicated to ecological agriculture, but due to increasing cost and costly certifications, they have not been able to recertify their coffee varieties. A unique feature in this area is that every coffee manufacturer prepares his coffee on his package with water and brings the coffee home to dry. Local de-grinding considerably cuts the work involved in transporting the coffee from the pitch to the store.
Height: 1400 M.A.S.L. Bag size: 152 pounds. Scalping notes: Cute coffee. Crisp, hazelnut flavour in the bouquet, with a full, abundant taste, once in the mug very well balance. Delicate, well-balanced sourness. Soft, sugary taste of walnuts and chocolates on the mouth. Delightful aftertaste of honeys and malts.
Bags Size: 152 pounds. Scalping notes: Moderate length, middle acid with subtle hints of lemon and flowers. Pouch Size: 152 pounds. Scalping notes: Crèmey, pure, sugary, lemon acid with butterscotch sugar, soft and fragrant. On this coffee: The Nicaragua Café Diego is a straight commercial coffee. In Matagalpa, Nicaragua, an independant laboratory achieved the coffee with 83 points.
Bags Size: 132 pounds. Scalping notes: Middle bodied, with a hint of sycamore. Lightly hazelnut with delicate acid and light after-taste. with hints of butterscotch. Coffee is cultivated by small to medium-sized families in Peru's high Amazon rainforest. Our coffees are 100% Arabica and shady - cultivated under indigenous forrests.
Hanchamayo is known for the best coffee in Peru.