Organic Mexican Chiapas-BUY 5LBS and GET AN EXTRA 1LB FREE!
Chiapas borders Guatemala and the Sierra Madre mountain range offers the altitude and volcanic soils necessary for good coffee production.
These beans come from the state of Chiapas, mainly in the Soconusco region. The coffee is grown under the strict rules for organic food production which adds value to it.
Mexican coffees are lighter-bodied, delicate through to sweeter coffees with caramel, toffee or chocolate flavours.
Cupping notes*: Floral aroma, medium acidity and buttery body and cocoa note finish.
New Addition-Organic Bali Blue Moon
Indonesia has the right elements to grow great coffee: it's close to the equator and has mountains which provide micro-climates which suit coffee growing.
Robusta beans make up a significant portion of Indonesia's coffee (about 80%) with the rest being Arabica beans.
The taste profile of most Indonesian beans is heavy-bodied, earthy, woody and spicy with very little acidity.
Panama Boquete Baru Indian High
Panama Barú Indian High Estate coffees are grown in the Boquete region of Western Panama. Barú Indian High Estate is one of several coffee farms located around the slopes of Volcan Barú near the Costa Rican border.
The Anselmito Estate was purchased by the Perez Balladares family around 1992-1993 from original property owners, the Watson family. It is located in the Horqueta region and offers Typica and Catuai varietals. Most of the trees were originally planted by the first owners. The estate has its own wellspring that runs throughout the area. The location offers breathtaking views of the Barú Volcano and the main square of the city of Boquete. It is also home to numerous wildlife species due to the large amount of shade given by the trees.
Handground Coffee Grinder
Filling the gap between the travel size hand grinder, and an electric grinder; Handground makes it easy to achieve a consistent grind and release the full flavor potential in every cup you brew with its mid-size hand grinder.
Grind For Any Brew:
Drawing inspiration from the focus ring on a camera lens so selecting the right grind size is simple. Twist the numbered ring to setting 1 to produce an espresso grind or 8 for French Press. There is a step in between each number for a total of 15 coarseness settings.
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