A coffee bean which is unusual due to it being grown in the Yunnan region of China, which is better known for its tea plantations!. This beautiful coffee has floral and fruity tones and stands up well to its competition.
The "Cup of Excellence" which we have selected this year comes from the mountainous region of Mantiqueira, located in the southern state of Minas in Brazil. Mantiqueira means "the region where the clouds are lying".
This Colombia Supremo is cultivated & harvested in the growing region of Huila where it can freely grow in isolated, shady plantations. An absolute Gourmet quality is guaranteed by the careful nurturing of the coffee cherries.
This coffee is from northern part of country. The area of the Kilimanjaro where these wonderfully aromatic beans ripen, offers the best climatic conditions for coffee cultivation in Tanzania. Tanzania coffees belong to the family of washed central and east African style of coffees. Due to a lack of good infrastructure, especially in comparison to Kenya, it is often difficult…
Caffeine is a natural substance, which is contained in many different plants, mainly, though, in the coffee plant. It acts as an invigorate, which, for some is unwanted, however, this is no reason not to be able to enjoy coffee.
The coffee gets its extraordinary intense sweetness due to the careful processing. This coffee is a fine, exotic speciality in our assortment that prepares you pleasantly for your next Caribbean vacation.
This coffee already hints at its special quality with its full-bodied, expressive body and a fine chocolate note. The nippy, yet subtle tanginess and in particular the fresh, slightly fruity aromas should win over any coffee lover.
This coffee has a wonderful variety in taste when drinking. The bean has a particularly spicy, strong aroma and chocolate accent with a slight floral hint. Ethiopia is the birthplace of Coffee and Ethiopia Sidamo is the most important exporter of Arabica beans.
The region of Kaffa is where coffee has its origin. "Kaffa" is the african name to what is now widely known as "coffee". With a spicy and strong flavour, these coffee beans have a medium acidity, and rich chocolate body.
The Maui coffee enjoys an excellent reputation among coffee experts from all over the world. The harvests are small, highly sought after and, thus very valuable. This coffee impresses us with a fine, soft cup, which is perfected by several chocolate notes.
Only the coffee cultivated in Jamaica on an area of 6,000 hectares may be trade marked as Blue Mountain. The Blue Mountains have an average temperature of 20 to 23 °C, sufficient rainfall, as well as soft soil rich in humus.