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Peru Jaén Palla Natural Coffee

This single origin Peru Jaén Palla Natural Coffee is from South America, Palla Peña y Panchia farm in Jaén region producing this Colombia and Pache Varietal coffee. This is Natural processed that brings out the honey and plum flavor of the coffee, and roasted to light medium level to highlight dark cherry and rum raisin characters.   This Peru Jaén Palla Natural Coffee is a single origin coffee you must try. This coffee might be the cup that you drink in the early morning to give you a kick-start at the office or it might make your late-morning and afternoons...

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Kenya Kirinyaga Washed

Kenya Kirinyaga Washed

This classic Kenyan—enhanced with a complex acidity and lively structure—is produced with a focus on small farms, dedicated families and a focus on careful processing.COFFEE GRADE: AB Fully WashedFARM/COOP/STATION: Gakuyuini VARIETY: SL28 & SL34PROCESSING: Fully washedALTITUDE: Farmers – 1,500 to 1,900 meters above sea level; Washing station - 1,600 to 1,700 meters above sea levelSUBREGION/TOWN: Kerugoya and Kianyaga, KirinyagaHistory of CoffeeDespite sharing over 865 kilometers of border with Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee, coffee had to circumnavigate the world before it set roots in Kenya. While the earliest credible reports place coffee in Ethiopia around 850 C.E., coffee was not...

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Tasting Notes

Tasting Notes

How To Read Coffee Tasting Notes (Guide To Describing Coffee And Its Flavors) When you move from buying bottom-shelf brown swill from your local grocery store to the bags of coffee with the hip designs on at your nearest Third Wave coffee haunt, you being to notice some things on the side of the bag.‘Notes of raspberry and lemon’‘A lightly acidic coffee with a touch of chocolate’These things are called tasting notes, and they seem very strange, even farfetched, for a beginner.So how do you read coffee tasting notes properly?Well, the first thing to realize is that coffee needs to...

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Sumatra Aulia Kahpi C.O.E

Sumatra Aulia Kahpi C.O.E

A new single origin coffee from Indonesia that coffee lovers will surely enjoy! About IndonesiaCoffee was introduced into Indonesia by the Dutch in the 1600’s, becoming the world’s leading supplier. The industry initially developed growing Arabica coffee in large estate’s, however was totally devastated by a leaf rust disease. It was a century ago that Robusta was introduced to Indonesia and is the majority (90%) of Indonesia’s coffee production., however still producing Arabica coffee (in a much lesser capacity). Indonesia’s coffee is grown by small-holder farmers (about one hectare of less), using traditional processing techniques that add a layer of...

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Colombia Huila Natural-Hidrahoney

Colombia Huila Natural-Hidrahoney

A cup of coffee can take you all the way around the world without leaving your home. Once you have dialed in your favorite way to brew coffee, the next step is often to explore different types of beans. As with any journey, both literal and figurative, you want to absorb what you can from the culture. When it comes to Colombia and coffee culture, they go together like ground beans and warm water.Colombia is one of the biggest coffee producing countries in the world, along with Brazil, Vietnam and Indonesia. Coffee was introduced to Colombia in the early 1800s....

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