The Brazil Fazenda Santa Ines was carefully roasted for you by Panther Coffee. This pulped natural coffee was sourced from the growing region of Carmo de Minas in Brazil and was produced by the Pereira Family at 1,200 meters. This coffee has notes of milk chocolate, a mild pleasant acidity and a rich, creamy body.
[exif id=”26345″] I made cold-brewed coffee at home last summer. It didn’t taste as good as I expected. Most likely the issue was my method and the freshness of my beans. Accoring to Confluence Coffe Company, the House Nitro Organic and Fair Trade coffee is: Naturally creamy, rich, and thoroughly delicious. I don’t disagree. I…
The Guatemala El Limonar was carefully roasted for you by Onyx Coffee Lab. This honey processed coffee was grown by José Bernabé Martínez in the Huehuetenango region of Guatemala between 1,850 meters above sea level. This is a stellar coffee, with fruit-forward juicy peach and raspberry, with delicate floral and black tea finish.
I don’t like the sour fruit flavours of this South American coffee. Country: GUATEMALA Region: HUEHUETENANGO Altitude: 1,850 METERS Variety:BOURBON, CATURRA Process: HONEY PROCESSED Producer:JOSÉ BERNABÉ MARTÍNEZ