An organic coffee with a gourmet profile (caramel & chocolate) with a soft acidity and fruity and vanilla notes. Ideal for automatic coffee machines.
|Origin:||Pérou & Nicaragua (Blend)|
|Grower:||Coopératives Coopagro & Flor de Dalia|
|Altitude:||850 à 2000m|
|Price incl. VAT / bag Price excl. VAT / bag|
|1 bag||from 5 to 9||from 10 to 24||from 25 to 39||40 bags and +|
|250g - Whole||7,90 € 7,45 €||7,60 € 7,17 €||7,60 € 7,17 €||7,60 € 7,17 €||7,60 € 7,17 €|
|250g - Ground||7,90 € 7,45 €||7,60 € 7,17 €||7,60 € 7,17 €||7,60 € 7,17 €||7,60 € 7,17 €|
|1 Kg - Whole||25,92 € 24,45 €||25,39 € 23,95 €||24,86 € 23,45 €||24,33 € 22,95 €||23,80 € 22,45 €|
|1 Kg - Ground||25,92 € 24,45 €||25,39 € 23,95 €||24,86 € 23,45 €||24,33 € 22,95 €||23,80 € 22,45 €|
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This 100% ORGANIC and 100% Arabica blend will put everyone in agreement. It was crafted by us with the goal of creating a typical Latin American coffee that will appeal to a wide range of people.
On the palate, we find a coffee with character with a gourmet profile (caramel, chocolate, cane sugar) with fruity and floral notes (peach, pear, apricot) and a sweet vanilla acidity. With a slightly darker roast than usual, this is a perfect coffee for automatic bean-to-cup or barista-espresso machines.
This delicious house blend is made from 2 Latin American origins: Peru and Nicaragua.
We begin our journey in northern Peru. This coffee was grown by 6 small producers in the region, called "cafetales", gathered around the Coopagro cooperative to allow them to export themselves and to integrate a maximum of added value in their products. Thanks to this cooperative, they process their coffee themselves and have chosen for it wet processing (washed coffee). This Peruvian brings a nice acidity and fruity notes to the blend.
Next, we head further north and find ourselves in Nicaragua, Central America. The Nicaraguan coffee that makes up this blend is produced in the department of Matagalpa, specifically in the municipality of Dalia which is responsible for 50% of the department's coffee production. It is home to the most renowned plantations in the country. Indeed, the department of Matagalpa is located on the northern shore of Lake Malagua, at an altitude between 1200m and 1500m. These ideal geographical conditions give the coffee trees a favorable agroforestry system for good development and high quality coffee.
On the nose the fine and elegant character of this coffee is revealed right off the bat! With a floral and fruity repertoire, one will appreciate its notes of juicy and sweet fruits (peach, pear, apricot) which gives it a beautiful and sweet acidity. The length in the mouth, will make it give way to a more greedy aromatic repertoire (chocolate, caramel, cane sugar) and a hint of spice (vanilla).
This coffee was roasted in Belgium using an artisanal slow roasting process. Learn more about the benefits of a slow, artisanal roast on our blog!
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