Coffee came to Costa Rica in the last decade of the eighteenth century. It can be grown in various regions within the country at an altitude of above 1350 meters. This is the ideal height for gourmet coffee.
Cupping Notes: Clean, lively winey acidity, medium body, chocolate, almonds, citrus notes
Today, India is the fifth-largest producer of Arabica coffee in the world, behind Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Ethiopia.
The colour, shape, and size of these beans from India, as well as their aroma and taste, are the result of special post-harvest processing.
Cupping notes: Spicy, earthy, smoky, tobacco notes, wood notes, medium body, medium acidity.
Brazil is a 100 percent Cerrado blend that consistently captures the qualities this region is celebrated for. The Cerrado region, in southwestern Minas Gerais, is known for its homogeneous climate and altitude.
Cupping notes: Chocolate, nutty, fruity aftertaste; light acidity, sweet, full body. Clean and balanced.