Blog posts tagged: capsules
Santa Isabel sits high in the mountains of Guatemala's fertile Coban region. Farmers work tirelessly to perfect innovative pruning techniques and specialised drying procedures, producing coffee that has scored in the country's Cup Of Excellence twice. This CO2-processed Decaf delivers notes of deep raisin with cashew and chocolate.Read more
This world famous variety garnered its reputation in Panamanian soils. This is a great example of that stunning cup profile. Grown in the Boquette region the cup displays intense florals of lavender and jasmine. The coffee has a sparkling stone fruit acidity and a clean structure.Read more
This Southern Province co-operative has consistently placed in the Rwandan Cup of Excellence program. The coffee is washed and made up of Bourbon varieties. In the cup expect a winey complexity, with notes of stewed fruit and sweet spice, finishing with a chocolate backbone.Read more
This Catuai variety lot is naturally processed and is grown in the Boquete region of Panama. This is a unique example of this processing method in that the coffee has a floral, juicy and clean character. This is accompanied by the more characteristic ripe tropical fruit notes.Read more
Papua New Guinea is an origin with much untapped potential, this wonderful coffee is made up of a selection of small coffee gardens in the Eastern highlands. After harvesting, the coffee is semi washed and sun dried. In the cup it delivers a malty and chocolatey backbone with light floral notes of lavender and hints of clementine.Read more
This is a washed lot from farmer Mr. Yisela Peso. The coffee is processed at the La Victoria farm situated in the Huila region of Colombia. Floral aromas combine with notes of red apple and milk chocolate, producing a clean and juicy cup.Read more
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