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Origin and plantationIndia Monsooned Malabar is a coffee that has an extraordinary richness and hardly any acidity. The full aroma is wonderfully rounded off by slightly fruity notes. The Malabar region is located on the southern tip of India, north of the city of Cochin. Here, at an altitude of 900 to 1,500 m a.s.l., a special processing method is used. NN., a special processing method called "monsooning" is used. This process gives the coffee its unique character. The dry beans are peeled and packed into jute sacks. The bags are then exposed to the monsoon, but must be turned over every 6 to 8 days to prevent mould. After 8 to 10 weeks, the coffee is ready, has a slightly swollen and pale appearance, and is lighter than conventional beans.Character and tasteExceptional richness and low acidity combined with a strong aroma. It tastes fruity to delicate and has a rather full body.
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Origin and plantationUmuco W'ikawa is a region in the southwest of Burundi. The name means "the light of coffee". For the farmers of this region, coffee is like a signpost that points them in the right direction and gives them a sense of purpose. By working together and setting up their own processing stations, the coffee farmers of this region can increase the quality of their coffee and connect even better with their buyers. In addition, they are supported by the government of Burundi to make coffee a solid source of income throughout the country.Character and tasteA clear spiciness together with a sweet-fruity note and a fine acidity reminiscent of pineapple, grapefruit and tangerine give this coffee its typical character. An exotic treat that you should not miss!
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congo kivu 4 lake - 1 kg - whole bean
Origin and plantation The coffee is produced by a cooperation called "MUUNGANO", which means "togetherness" in Swahili. The different peoples of the Congo were separated by war. Since its founding in 2009, MUUNGANO has grown from 350 members to over 4,000 members (as of 2015). Through cooperation, the peoples are once again working together to create a better future for their families. With great passion for quality, the organisation produces one of Congo's finest coffees.Character and tasteA slight hint of spiciness combines with the subtle nuances of citrus and berries to make this coffee a unique experience that will ultimately win over any fragrant lover.
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