Guatemala arabica Huehuetenango
Guatemala arabica Huehuetenango
This coffee is grown in the northern territory of Guatemala on the border with Mexico from small Fazenderos who work in cooperatives. This coffee appears well formed with light red glares. This coffee has good body and it is sweet with light acidity. While tasting it you can feel hints of ripe fruit, nut and almond. Even blended you can clearly perceive the scent of this coffee.
Jamaica Arabica Blue Mountain
The world’s most sought-after coffee par excellence!
This has always been the most precious variety in the world, considering it is referred to as the "Champagne" or "Rolls Royce" of coffees. Cultivated in the area of the Blue Mountains, it follows strictly controlled production guidelines applied throughout the different stages of production: planting, germination, manual harvest and final processing. Unlike other varieties, Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee is not preserved in jute bags, but embellished and protected by wooden barrels – a technique traditionally used in rum production to preserve the highest standard of quality.
The beans’ size is 18+ and the color is blue green. This coffee is almost without defects and it is sold in 15kg, 30kg and 90kg barrels, with an exportable production which reaches 15/20.000 barrels per year. Its excellent taste has a good acidity, its body is fairly good and its cream is long lasting and smooth. The sweetness and richness of the aroma let you feel a balanced medley of cacao, almond and distinct flavors of tropical exotic fruit.
It’s not recommended to mix it with other coffees.
Certificate of origin guaranteed.
- Santo Domingo Toral AA
Panama - Honduras - Nicaragua - Costa Rica
- Panama 5 Estrellas
- Costa Rica
Coffee of Bedouin
Classification: TRIPLE A (AAA)
In the uplands of the city of Mysore, situated 150 km far from Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka Indian region, one of the best arabica in the world is produced: the “Coffee of Bedouin” is born in one of the most controlled plantations which it’s collocated at the maximum height in which a coffee can grow (1.500/1.700 mt slm). It is harvested and collected, and hand-packed, as you may see in the photos herewith.
It’s a washed Arabica coffee and its water of the working tanks is renewed at every washing. It’s classified as “AAA”, a precious recognition for Mysore and for all India. In this way it’s prepared this special coffee for the Beduines tribe who live in Arab deserts and roast and consume above everyday the best coffees of the world in their oasis. This coffee is put in this particular bags of 10 kgs for a better logistically management and easily handle for long trip in the desert. In this way it can be used by all the members of the same tribe.
In cup it’s particularly sweet, floreal and have a full aroma
Coffee of Maraja
Origin: Karnataka region
Classification: Robusta Kaapi Royal AAA classified (a precious recognition for an Indian Robusta)
As the “Coffee of Beduin” it is harvested and collected, and hand-packed, as you may see in the slideshow herewith. Moreover the water of the working tanks is renewed at every washing. In this way it’s prepared this special coffee for the Beduines tribe who live in Arab deserts and roast and consume above everyday the best coffees of the world in their oasis.
This coffee is put in this particular bags of 10 kgs for a better logistically management and easily handle for long trip in the desert. In this way it can be used by all the members of the same tribe.
It’s sweet, full-bodied and rounded, but tidy in cup.
Ethiopia - Tanzania - Kenia
- Ethiopia Moka Harra
- Ethiopia Sidamo GR2
Burundi - Ruanda
- Burundi Lavato AR
- Rwanda Lavato AR
- Costa d'Avorio