Coffee Growers

India – Kelagur Heights Estate

Buy it online here Region: Manjarabad, Western Ghats, Chikmagalur District. Altitude: 915 – 1220 masl Soil: Deep friable, porous, rich in organic matter, slightly acidic. Farm Size: 120 hectares Process Method: Natural Varietal: SLN6 – SLN 9 – S-795 Kelagur Heights Coffee and Tea Estates is owned by the Mathias Family for the past […]

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Kenya AA Regional Selection

Region: Central Province Altitude: 1500 – 2000 metres above sea level Soils: Rich Volcanic Grade: AA Process: Washed Varietal: SL28 and SL34 Profile: Notes of toasty cocoa, blueberries and spice. Nippy grapefruit and lime acid. Almond praline to finish. Kenyan coffee is well known for it’s complex berry and fruity notes and intense acidity. Arabica […]

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PNG Keromine AX – Organic

Region: Chimbu Province Altitude: 1500 – 2000 metres above sea level Grade: PSC AX Process Method: Fully Washed Varietal: Aruca, Blue Mountain, Typica & Bourbon Tasting Notes: juicy cup with orange acidity, sugar cane, buscuit, toffee and chocolate notes. Sweet, smooth and clean . Medium body.   PNG Coffee Cup (previously named Tribal Aromas) is […]

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Coffee Growers: Moreninha Formosa, Brazil

Coffee Regions and Estates

Origin: Brazil Altitude: 1200 – 1250 mtrs Crop Year: 2012-13  Cupping score: 84/100 Profile: Chocolate, hazelnut and almond in aroma, touch of spice, medium acidity, brown sugar sweetness,creamy big body, long cocoa finish Moreninha Formosa comes from Fazenda Aurea. The region of Alto Paranaíba is the highest part of Cerrado Mineiro. After being involved in […]

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Coffee Growers: Pacamara, Guatemala

Coffee Varietals - Pacamara

Origin : Guatemala Farm: San Fernando Estate Varietal : Pacamara Growing Altitude  : 1,400-1,450 mtrs Process : Washed Roast: light Very fruity in aroma, with guava and apricot notes, natural sweetness, juicy full body, low-medium acidity and long clean finish. This beautiful washed Pacamara comes from La Democracia Micro-region of Huehuetenango. Generally coffee farms are […]

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