South America is the closest coffee producing region to North America, making it unsurprising that a good portion of their exports end up in the United States. Colombia and Brazil are two of the most prolific coffee producers in the world, with vast mountain ranges and a climate ideal for coffee growing.
A blend of African and Brazilian coffees that, when combined, offer deep earth notes and a very heavy body making this blend perfect for Cold Brew coffee.
Cold brew coffee is a special blend of unique coffee beans that offer deep earth tones. Similar to tea, cold brew coffee is steeped, and once finished the grounds are filtered out. This offers a concentrated coffee, well balanced and bold, that is often consumed by mixing with milk or just water, served over ice. Cold brew coffee uses prolonged time for brewing, unlike hot coffee, which extracts the oils, sugars and caffeine from the beans. This results in a coffee drink that is less acidic (making it popular with people who have sensitive stomachs) and it's also less bitter than hot coffee. Cold brew coffee is a dark French roast and the grounds are very coarse. It's easy to make, even with a couple mason jars and a filter, or with a coffee maker made specifically for cold brew. YouTube also shows many methods of making cold brew coffee at home with items already in your kitchen.
Light, medium or dark roasted pure Colombian coffee, single origin. Well balanced with tasting notes that include mild red fruit, toffee, cocoa, dried apples and a fairly mild to heavy body. Grown in the Antioquia and Calda mountain regions at elevations between 3,800 and 4,400 feet. Coffee plants were first documented as being present in Colombia around 1730 but it is not known for sure how it ended up there or for how long. Environmentally friendly washed processing, sun dried and hand selected.
In your search for coffee, we aim to be the "Local Coffee Roasters Near Me" Light, medium or dark roasted pure Brazilian coffee, single origin. Tasting notes include nutty hints and sweet chocolate. This coffee is grown at an elevation of 3,600 feet in the São Paulo state. Popular as a dark roast coffee and makes great espresso with its unique espresso flavor. Coffee was brought to Brazil in the 18th Century and for over 150 years Brazil has been the largest producer of coffee with over 10,000 square miles of coffee plants. Many Italians looking for work moved to Brazil in the early 1900's after learning there was enormous demand for workers in the coffee fields, and much was then exported back to Italy making the coffees of Brazil very popular throughout Europe over time.
A medium roast blend of select coffees from Central and South America that is smooth, clean and consistent for a flavorful cup every time. Features a medium body with tasting notes that include nutty, sweet chocolate, mild citrus and a clean bright finish. These blended coffees are both natural/dry processed and wet mill washed/sun dried. These techniques are friendly to the environment, the rain forests and the living creatures of the high elevation mountains where these coffees are grown.
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A lightly roasted blend of South American coffees that are perfect as an early sunrise roast. Tasting notes include walnuts, mild apple, slight raisin and toffee. Environmentally friendly washed processing and sun dried. This coffee is both partial sun and full sun grown at high mountain elevations.
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