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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.
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India Monsooned "Malabar" coffee in the illustration
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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