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Ethiopia
Origin and plantationWhere the coffee has its wild origin – in the south-western part of Ethiopia – lies the Kafa region, which gave the coffee its name. There, the coffee grows at altitudes of 1,400 to 2,100 m above sea level, mostly wild in the deep forests of the province and almost without human interference. This forest coffee is mainly naturally processed, i.e. cleaned whole and then dried by the sun.Character and tasteEthiopian coffee has a spicy, strong aroma, rounded off by a medium acidity and a chocolaty, heavy richness. In contrast to its brother from Sidamo, this coffee has a light acidity, a rounded taste and a pleasant fruitiness.
26,02 EUR
26,02 EUR per 1kg
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Brazil São Bento coffee in presentation
Origin and plantationThere is a farm near the city of Carmo de Paranaiba in the south-eastern state of Minas Gerais. The highly aromatic and intense Arabica bean Yellow Catuai is grown at an altitude of 1100 metres above sea level. First of all, the freshly harvested cherries are sorted. The next step is to remove parts of the pulp and spread the beans out in the fresh air. The beans are then dried in the warmth of the sun, a process that gives them their distinctive flavour. The drying process removes the sweetness from the rest of the pulp and absorbs it.Character and tasteThis coffee has a distinct character. The balanced aroma is reminiscent of caramel and chocolate. This taste intensifies as the brewed coffee cools. The sweetness and the nutty soft taste are the main reasons for the enthusiasm.
26,58 EUR
26,58 EUR per 1kg
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Costa Rica Naranjo Altura coffee in presentation
Origin and plantationCosta Rica Naranjo is grown at altitudes of 1200 to 1700 metres. n altitudes of 1200 to 1700 metres, this Costa Rica Naranjo is grown.The altitude but also the climatic conditions as well as the nutrient-rich soils ensure a high quality of the coffee cherries. The warm climatic conditions, the nutrient-rich soils and the altitude ensure a high-quality coffee. Since the coffee cherries are selected by hand, a fine selection of the best coffee beans is possible. To guarantee a fine selection of the best coffee beans, the coffee cherries are selected by hand. By dealing directly with the local coffee farmers and without middlemen in the region, the coffee farmers are helped to improve their income and their prospects. More and more modern cultivation methods help to increase the yield, to protect the natural resources and to preserve the environment.this and the use of more and more modern cultivation methods help to improve the yield and to protect the environment and the natural resources of the land.character and tasteThe taste and the character of the coffee is characterised by a malty and nutty note with an aftertaste of citrus fruits. The Costa Rica Naranjo has a slightly malty, nutty note with a nice citrus aftertaste. The more than 800 different aroma components of the Costa Rica Naranjo guarantee an unmistakable taste.The more than 800 different aroma components guarantee an unmistakable taste.
26,58 EUR
26,58 EUR per 1kg
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Organic filter coffee Coffee in the presentation
Origin and plantationNaturally mild and full-bodied organic coffees from excellent growing regions in the Dominican Republic, Mexico and Colombia. This harmonious blend has been roasted to be gentle on the stomach and promises the absolute pleasure of a mild but full-bodied coffee.Character and tasteMild coffees can also be full-bodied.Our filter coffee from organic cultivation keeps its promise here and offers the coffee connoisseur a long-lasting, full-bodied aroma with a hint of chocolate.
26,58 EUR
26,58 EUR per 1kg
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rwanda nyamasheke - 1 kg - whole bean
Origin and plantationWhile the east of Rwanda is covered by swamps and savannahs, the high mountain forests rise in the west. Here, the temperature is less hot and the soil is perfect for coffee cultivation thanks to volcanoes. At an altitude of 1,700 - 2,100 metres, Red Bourbon coffee is grown here by many small farmers and then washed with spring water. The farmers are supported by the "Abizeraba" cooperative in cultivation and harvesting.Character and tasteRwanda Nyamasheke has a gentle black tea accent. It has a fruity note reminiscent of apple and sultana and convinces with a light, syrupy sweetness that caresses the taste buds.
26,58 EUR
26,58 EUR per 1kg
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Ecuador
Origin and plantationThis very special coffee comes from the Loja region, on the southern side of the high mountains of Ecuador. This exquisite coffee comes from the Loja region on the southern side of the high mountains of Ecuador. The plantation is located at an altitude of 1,900 m in the Andes, where the best weather conditions exist for the cultivation and sun-drying of this excellent Arabica coffee. The hand-picked coffee is subjected to a careful washing process, so that the beans are particularly gently freed from their pulp. The coffee is then spread out evenly in the sun "patios" where it is dried slowly and evenly by the sun. The coffee is then stored for at least 30 days and is only hulled shortly before export. This is how it acquires its characterful and excellent taste.Character and tasteThis perfect coffee impresses with its rounded body, tingling acidity and fine, chocolaty aftertaste. A must for every coffee connoisseur.
26,58 EUR
26,58 EUR per 1kg
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Thailand Pang Khon Mystic Hilltribe coffee in presentation
In northern Thailand, at an altitude of around 1,300 m, the constant climatic temperatures allow the coffee cherries to ripen perfectly. The varieties grown here are Arabica- Yellow & Red Caturra + Catimor. Harvesting is possible from mid-November to mid-March. Harvesting is done exclusively by hand so that only the optimally ripened coffee cherries are picked. The accidentally picked green or overripe cherries are already sorted out at the beginning of the processing. The coffee cherries are processed in tiled basins and, depending on the weather, fermented for about 36 hours, after which the coffee cherries are washed again with fresh water and finally sun-dried on bamboo mats for about 12–22 days.Character and tasteFirst, the Pang Khon coffee caresses the palate with a very mild aroma, strongly reminiscent of chocolate, as well as with light notes of nut, paired with a very light and fine citrus acid. In the finish, it becomes voluminous with fine hints of caramel. This unique coffee is a must-try!
26,58 EUR
26,58 EUR per 1kg
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papua new guinea sigri estate pb 1 kg - whole bean
Origin and plantationThe Wahgi Valley on the island of New Guinea has the perfect climate for coffee. The Sigri plantation grows the best Arabica coffee, such as Arusha and Typica. The plantation's quality control begins in the field. The coffee is harvested by hand, washed and dried in the sun. The beans are sorted by hand and roasted by experts. This coffee convinces with an intense aroma.Character and tasteThe Sigri Estate has gentle notes of chocolate and walnut. With its velvety body and balanced acidity, it will also convince gourmets.
27,12 EUR
27,12 EUR per 1kg
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Best of Brazil
Origin and plantationThe well-known coffee growing region Sulde Minas is located in the state of Minas Gerais. This region is characterised by its long, drawn-out mountain ranges. The many small lakes and the mineral-rich soil are also special. The first plantations were established in this region over a hundred years ago.Character and tasteNaturally mild and harmonious aroma characterise this outstanding representative of Brazil's top coffees! . Its sweet smoothness and long-lasting chocolaty aftertaste will make every coffee lover fall into raptures. The long-lasting experience and drying by the Brazilian sun can be tasted in every single cup.
28,15 EUR
28,15 EUR per 1kg
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Colombia Supremo
Origin and plantationThis coffee is harvested and grown in the Huila region. There, this Colombia Supremo grows free from outside influences on remote shade plantations.Our Colombia Supremo is grown and harvested in the "Huila" region. The absolute gourmet quality is guaranteed by the use of fresh mountain water in the preparation of the coffee cherries. The careful harvesting of the coffee cherries and the use of pure, fresh mountain water in the preparation process guarantees absolute gourmet quality.The all-important shade is provided by a native growing tree called Ceiba. This is made possible by its hand-shaped leaves. "Ceiba" refers to a tree that grows in this area, which provides the shade needed by the coffee plants with its large palmate leaves.A very expressive and fruity aroma characterises this Colombia Supremo.Character and taste Our "Colombia Supremo" has a very expressive and fruity aroma. A pronounced body and a fine acidity are characteristic of Colombian coffee. This intense coffee is ideally balanced and smooth and will delight discerning coffee connoisseurs. It has the typical Colombian combination of fine acidity and a pronounced body, making it an ideally balanced, soft and intense coffee that will delight discerning coffee connoisseurs.
28,15 EUR
28,15 EUR per 1kg
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Tanzania
Origin and plantationTanzanian coffees belong to the washed Central and East African coffee family. Due to a lack of infrastructure, especially compared to Kenya, it is often difficult to get hold of good coffees from this origin. We are therefore particularly pleased to be able to present this speciality from the northern regions of the country. The Kilimanjaro region, where these wonderfully aromatic beans ripen, offers the best climatic conditions for coffee cultivation in Tanzania.Character and tasteOur full-bodied Tanzania Kilimanjaro delights with an excellent, full and sweet aroma with fruity acidity.
28,15 EUR
28,15 EUR per 1kg
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Caffè Crème coffee in the presentation
Origin and plantationOur balanced Schümli blend consists of Colombian, Brazilian and African green coffees. Caffè Crème is a special preparation originating from Switzerland, which, as an alternative to espresso, offers a coffee enjoyment comparable to traditional filter coffee. Due to the high pressure during preparation in the fully-automatic machine/ portafilter, the famous crema (foamy foam) forms on this Caffè.Character and tasteWho doesn't love Caffè Crème (Schümli)? The fine and mild aroma is a delight for every coffee drinker. With its gentle sweetness and full body, this speciality is finding more and more fans. Refine this coffee with a dash of cream and enjoy it on any occasion. Ideal for preparation in a fully automatic machine.
28,15 EUR
28,15 EUR per 1kg
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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.
28,15 EUR
28,15 EUR per 1kg
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Ecuador Vilcabamba coffee in illustration
Origin and plantationVilcabamba, literally translated as "the sacred valley", is a small village south of Ecuador with the beautiful nickname "Valley of the Centenarians". No other place in the western world has so many people who live to be well over 100 years old and enjoy the best of health. Whether this is due to the excellent climate or to the "Agua de Oro", the golden water that the valley has, has not yet been scientifically clarified. What is certain, however, is that top-quality coffee is grown here at an altitude of 1,500 m. The ripe cherries are ploughed by hand and, after the pulp has been removed, washed in the clear mountain streams and then sun-dried.Character and tasteAn enrichment of taste not only for the over-centenarians! This coffee's full-bodied, well-developed body and fine chocolate note alone indicate its special quality. The tingling, but not dominant acidity and above all the fresh, light fruit tones should ultimately win over every coffee connoisseur. Of course, we cannot promise that the coffee will last for a long time, but you can be sure that it will be a treat for your palate.
28,15 EUR
28,15 EUR per 1kg
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Costa Rica
Origin and plantationDiscerning coffee connoisseurs have long been delighted by the 300 top Arabica varieties.The approximately 300 top Arabica varieties have long been delighting the most discerning coffee connoisseurs. One of the country's most renowned coffee-growing regions is located south of Costa Rica's capital - San José. The cultivation area bears the name Tarrazu. South of the capital San José lies our cultivation region Tarrazu, one of the most renowned in the country. When Columbus dropped anchor in Costa Rica (Spanish: "rich coast"), there was no coffee here yet. The first coffee plant was imported from Cuba about 250 years ago. One hundred coffee trees, that's how many there are for every inhabitant of Costa Rica. Today, there are over a hundred coffee trees for every head of population in Costa Rica. The nation is a coffee country of superlatives: Costa Rica was the first Central American state to rely on scientific and agricultural innovations and to bring the cultivation and processing procedures to a level that is exemplary worldwide.Character and tasteThe "Costa Rica Tarrazu" derives its international recognition from its very expressive aromatic flavour, which is easy on the stomach due to the artisan roasting process. The aroma profile of this coffee, with its exemplary character, is complemented by a harmonic body. Costa Rica Tarrazu" is one of the best coffees in the world.
28,16 EUR
28,16 EUR per 1kg
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Antigua
Origin and plantationOur Guatemala coffee comes from the Antigua coffee-growing region, which is famous for its outstanding quality and is probably the best known. Most of Guatemala's coffee plantations are located in the south of the country; the volcanic mountain slopes of the Sierra Madra with their fertile soils offer ideal conditions for Arabica beans. Coffee from Guatemala has always been among the best in the world. Coffee once led the country into prosperity. Thanks to the triumph of gourmet coffee in the USA, Guatemala is now a leading producer of high-quality gourmet coffees.Character and tasteThe "Terra Rossa" has a fine and fruity taste acidity with a pronounced full body. Its complex, rich aroma surrounds a harmonious mildness. In the aftertaste, its light cocoa note comes to the fore.
29,72 EUR
29,72 EUR per 1kg
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Ethiopia Sidamo
Origin and plantationOur Sidamo growing region is located in the south of the country, on the edge of the Ethiopian highlands. Here, as in the other Ethiopian regions, coffee is grown in smallholder structures. Other well-known coffee regions in Ethiopia include Harar, one of the highest coffee-growing areas in the world. Ethiopia – the former Abyssinia – is considered the cradle of coffee, descendants of the oldest coffee plants have been found in the Ethiopian highlands. Today, the country is the most important Arabica exporter in Africa. Around 12 million of its inhabitants live from coffee cultivation in predominantly smallholder farms.Character and tasteEthiopian coffee is not easy to describe. The "Dream of Africa" offers coffee lovers an impressive variety of flavours. Its distinctly spicy aroma is joined by a chocolaty, heavy richness. A very full body with a slightly floral note gives this coffee its distinct richness.
29,72 EUR
29,72 EUR per 1kg
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Kenya
This coffee comes from the Kiundi growing region in the southern highlands. Our Kenya coffee comes from the Kiundi growing region in the southern highlands. Kenyan coffee usually grows at an altitude of 1200 to 2100 metres. Most Kenyan coffee grows at an altitude of 1,500 to 2,100 metres. This coffee can be harvested up to twice in one year. There are two harvests a year. Because only the ripe coffee cherries are harvested, it can happen that the entire plantation has to be harvested up to seven times in a row. As only the ripe coffee cherries are picked, the entire plantation may have to be harvested up to seven times by hand. Coffee connoisseurs have a special preference for the aromatic top coffees from Kenya, as they are characterised by fine acidity, the unusual fruitiness reminiscent of berries and a full body. The first trees arrived in Kenya from Ethiopia in the 19th century. Today, coffee is cultivated on 1,300 large plantations and by 600,000 small producers in cooperatives.Character and tasteOur "Kenya Kiundi" is a top coffee with a full body. A coffee in a class of its own, characterised by a fruity, chocolaty aroma. In high-quality blends, "Kenya Kiundi" can be found as an acid carrier.
29,72 EUR
29,72 EUR per 1kg
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Brazil
Origin and plantation. In the south of the state of Minas, a federal state of Brazil, is the mountainous region of Mantiqueira, the home of this coffee. The translation of Mantiqueira means "the place where the clouds lie". Ideal for coffee growing are the climatic conditions and the location of the region, which is known for its mineral springs. The average rainfall in the region is 1850 millimetres. The average temperature in the region is about 18 degrees Celsius. The small farm "Santa Lucia" is located in the middle of this region. This farm has been producing first class quality since 2009.Character and tasteAn exceptional Brazilian coffee with an aromatic and fine taste with hints of fruit acid and chocolate. Perfectly roasted – an absolute delight.
29,73 EUR
29,73 EUR per 1kg
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Brazil São Bento coffee in the presentation
Origin and plantationHand-sorted and unwashed, this is a 100 percent mature speciality coffee from Brazil. The coffee beans are special. The cherries grow on the side of the coffee plant that is mainly only exposed to the morning sun. Therefore, the cherries ripen more slowly and are picked later. The coffee is then sorted by hand, which not only creates valuable jobs in the region but also ensures a unique quality of the coffee. The beans are stored for at least three months before they are hulled and shipped. The annual production is about 4800 to 6000 kg. Character and tasteThe absolute ripeness of these coffee cherries is reflected in the taste. The cup is wonderfully balanced with the aromas and flavours of chocolate, nut and caramel. This balanced aroma gives the cup its fullness. This long-lasting experience accompanies every cup and underlines the unique quality of this outstanding coffee.
29,73 EUR
29,73 EUR per 1kg
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Chilli Chocolate coffee in the presentation
Origin and plantationOnly selected Arabica beans find their way into the blend. Gently refined in our own roastery, a fascinating taste experience awaits you with this aroma composition.Character and tasteHere the term "hot chocolate" is redefined! The full, strong aroma of dark chocolate dominates the first taste impression, followed by a balanced and pleasant spiciness.The natural sweetness of the carefully roasted coffees surrounds this coffee speciality and is an absolute highlight for anyone who likes it a little "spicier". Even the Aztecs knew about the effect of chilli in combination with fine chocolate and enjoyed this fiery "love drink".Ingredients: Roasted coffee (100 % Arabica), flavouring.
30,08 EUR
30,08 EUR per 1kg
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Chocolate Cream coffee in the presentation
Origin and plantationLike all our flavoured coffees, "Chocolate Cream" is a high-quality composition of the finest Arabica beans from Central and South America.Character and tasteThis exquisite 100% Arabica blend combines the expressive coffee and chocolate aroma to create a racy, intense taste experience. The coordinated blend of roasted coffees brings a pleasant sweetness to this new flavour variety. A welcome change for every coffee table.Ingredients: Roasted coffee (100% Arabica), flavour.
30,10 EUR
30,10 EUR per 1kg
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congo coopade kivu 3 organic - 1 kg - whole bean
Origin and plantationThe COOPADE COOP is located in the Kyondo Mountains in eastern Congo, near Virunga National Park and Lake Edward. It consists of 2,127 smallholder farmers, of which 40% (850) are women. The organisation is supported by agronomists and rural development experts, lawyers, accountants and computer scientists. Its mission is clear: to fight unemployment and poverty and to promote lasting peace in and around the Kivu region.Character and tasteKivu 3 has a creamy body with a clear, fruity acidity. This excellent coffee is underlined by a delicate lemon note and chocolatey-nutty hints in the finish. The correct preparation of Congo Coopade Kivu 3 BIO - 1 kg , whole bean is also crucial. Here's our tip: Use Congo Coopade Kivu 3 BIO - 1 kg, whole bean and leave it to brew at a temperature of approx.
30,24 EUR
30,24 EUR per 1kg
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Colombia Kachalu Orgánico coffee in the presentation
Origin and plantationThe Kachalu farms are located in the heart of the Colombian rainforest. The Kachalu farms are located in the middle of the South American rainforest, in the heart of Colombia, and benefit from the warm, humid climate that prevails all year round. Cold spells can destroy entire harvests, as they do in Brazil. Fortunately, this has not happened in Colombia.Compared to Brazil, Colombia has the decisive advantage of not having to reckon with cold snaps that could destroy an entire harvest.Character and tasteThis South American coffee has an almost earthy, spicy character and an astonishing strength. For a South American, it has an amazingly strong, almost earthy-spicy character. A hint of sweet fruits, accompanied by an intense sweetness is rounded off with complex flavours. The intense sweetness is rounded off with complex flavours ranging from caramel to chocolate with a hint of sweet fruits.
31,30 EUR
31,30 EUR per 1kg
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Boquete Panamá
Origin and plantationIn the highlands of Panama, in the western province of Chiriqui, lies the quiet and beautiful town of Boquete, at the foot of the Barú volcano, with about 14,000 inhabitants. The region is called the "Valley of Flowers and Eternal Spring". Arabica beans are grown under ideal conditions on small plantations here, not far from the border with Costa Rica. Due to the constant wind from the north, the coffee plantations thrive particularly well at an altitude of about 1,500 m and grow extremely slowly. Panama has a share of about 0.2% of the world's coffee production, but belongs to the top of the speciality producers.Character and tasteThanks to its complex and aromatic character, this coffee belongs to the top for connoisseurs. The light to medium body harmonises with the balanced acidity of the taste. The medium roast allows light floral to soft-chocolate notes to unfold, providing a long-lasting aftertaste. Be sure to try this coffee without milk and sugar! Let yourself be surprised and inspired by this small origin.
31,30 EUR
31,30 EUR per 1kg
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Nicaragua Maragogype Superior Giants coffee in the illustration
This Maragogype comes from the region of Jinotega, where it is grown and harvested on small ficas in the Vilcanese soil at an altitude of over 1,500 metres. It matures at an altitude of 1,500 metres on volcanic soil and is harvested and processed on small fincas. Nicaragua has long been an insider's tip among connoisseurs for high-quality coffee. The coffee cherries are harvested by hand in up to eight passes. In the mountainous regions, only the ripe coffee cherries are harvested by hand in up to eight passes. Because blossoming, unripe and ripe cherries all hang from the same coffee bush, this time-consuming process is repeated several times. This is necessary because not all cherries are ripe at the same time, but rather flowers, green and already ripe cherries can hang on a coffee bush. The Maragogype trees are less productive than conventional coffee plants; in some coffee-growing regions, their cultivation is therefore neglected or abandoned altogether. The largest part of the state consists of a depression that runs through the entire country and is an earthquake zone in its southwestern part, a fault zone of volcanic origin. A chain of volcanoes, some of which are still slightly active, stretches from the great lakes in the south-east of the country to the Gulf of Fonseca, on the border with Guatemala.Character and tasteIn our search for ever better coffee qualities, we found this Nicaraguan Maragogype. Due to the fascinating, evenly sized bean, we chose the Nicaragua Maragogype over the Mexican elephant bean. In the cup, too, this coffee is far ahead of the Mexico Maragogype. Nicaraguan coffee is spicy and almost creamy and finds its way into the cups of Japanese and American coffee lovers. But this coffee is also very popular with coffee connoisseurs here.
31,30 EUR
31,30 EUR per 1kg
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burundi umuco - 1 kg - whole bean
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!
31,84 EUR
31,84 EUR per 1kg
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colombia swiss water process 1 kg - whole bean
Origin and plantation


Caffeine is a natural substance that is found in many different plants, but especially in coffee. However, if you want to do without caffeine, this is no reason to do without coffee. Decaffeinated coffee was developed for those coffee lovers who want to enjoy the flavour and aroma of coffee but do not want the stimulating effect of caffeine. Chemical processes have been developed for decaffeination, which we do not use at all. Our decaffeination is carried out exclusively using the natural Swiss "Swiss Water Process". No chemicals are used in this process, only water. As a result, the original character of this coffee with its full flavour and aroma is perfectly preserved.


Character and flavour
Anyone who associates decaffeinated coffee with an inexpressive coffee will be pleasantly surprised. This coffee impresses with its expressive flavour and a volume and body that can easily keep up with its non-decaffeinated counterpart.


Specialities
For years, Colombian coffee was marketed by the Federeacíon Nacional de Café FNC as the benchmark for quality in high-consumption countries such as the USA. Here, mass-produced coffee was delivered directly to supermarket shelves at low prices without any real quality control. Our coffee, however, comes from small, family-owned farms in the southern regions of Colombia, such as Huila. Here, particular attention is still paid to the quality and processing of the most sought-after Arabica qualities.
31,90 EUR
31,90 EUR per 1kg
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