Selection of 4 coffees with various origins, flavours and blends
If you like to try different coffees this could be for you.
Every month we will select 4 different coffees for you.
Mostly medium roast. Some may come from our present webshop offerings, some will not.
Your selection may contain some wet processed coffees, some dry processed, some fruity coffees, nutty, chocolaty etc.
This month April 3rd 2019
Brazil - Daterra is one of the top coffee producers in the world and uses a sustainable coffee program that preserves the eco-social system around its plantations. Aspects of Daterra's Rainforest Alliance certification include preservation of the soil and and other natural resources. This coffee will be one of their Collection coffees. Top notch! All suit filter cafetiere. Be great for espresso too if you like a sweet bright one!
Panama Pacamara - Pacamara beans are quite large being a hybrid of Pacas and Maragogype varieties. This is a lovely sweet little coffee, on the milder side as most of the coffees are, that we have tried from Panama. It's a bit too light in body and heavy on sweetness, I think, for espresso (but that's personal taste).
Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Beautiful Ethiopian coffee again from this fabulous cooperative. Delicate fruity/florals even a little bit iof chocolate at the end. This is a Fairtrade coffee and is organically grown. Suits all brew methods but espresso might be on the bright side!
Nicaraguan Las Morenitas -This is a natural process coffee where the coffee beans are left inside the fruit whilst the drying takes place. The body is fuller and the flavours slightly winy, sometimes fermented in taste with this method. This one is slightly winy but not too much, it's more whisky like! It is quite sweet and syrupy with a kind of boozy treacle/prune like flavour especially as an espresso. Great with milk too. Suits all brew methods