Colombia Excelso is a 100% Arabica, which is distinguished by a perfectly balanced taste. The name “Excelso” is actually derived from the word “excelsior”, which means excellent. This coffee is characterised by the bright flavour of blackcurrants, combined with sweet ripe fruits and fresh green peas. Colombia Excelso boasts an extraordinary dark chocolate aroma. The high caffeine content perfectly matches the delicate flavour.
Exclusive Blend is a blend of selected Arabicas with the best Robusta (10%) directly from India. The mild, and incredibly balanced, taste of Arabica beans are combined with the refined bitterness of Robusta. The addition of Robusta makes this coffee contain a lot of caffeine and is the perfect stimulant. Our Blend is characterised by a fruits of the forest sweetness. It also contains hints of toasted almonds, with a smoky aroma. Such a blend will satisfy even the most sophisticated tastes.
India Plantation AA are selected Indian Arabica coffee beans growing in ecologically clean regions. Plantation AA is one of the best available Indian coffees and its quality is authenticated by the double “A”. This coffee is also very well-balanced. It is characterised by a sweet caramel taste, and also refreshing green apple aftertaste. Because of the low caffeine content it can be consumed throughout the day.
Congo Kivu coffee grows at an altitude of above 1500 meters above sea level on a plateau surround- ing a tectonic lake Kivu. This coffee has a sharp taste and intense aroma. However, the sharpness is hidden by strongly pronounced caramel sweetness. Additionally, the coffee is dominated by ripe citric fruits and walnuts flavours. Congo Kivu is mainly sweet, has a full taste, and it is extremely pleasant while drinking.
Ethiopia Dijmmah is obtained from coffee tree shrubs which is believed to be where all coffee originated from. Atmospheric conditions and good quality beans make Ethiopia Dijmmah one of the most recognisable Ethiopian coffees. It is characterised by an extraordinary mildness, dominated by spicy aromas combined with hints of fresh green cucumber. It is a strong coffee, perfect for the morning.
This 100% Nicaraguan SHG Arabica is an exceptionally mild and highly balanced coffee. The ab- breviation SHG means Strictly High Grown and describes coffees from plantations situated from 1500 to 2000 meters above sea level. Nicaragua SHG is characterised by a slightly sweet honey taste perfectly combined with peanuts and notes of blackcurrant. Black tea and floral aromas harmonise the medium acidity of this coffee.
Costa Rica SHB is one of the best-known and valued coffees from Central America. It has a mild, balanced taste which has been recognised for years by connoisseurs around the world. The abbreviation SHB (Strictly Hard Bean) means that it grows only at high altitudes of around 1500-2000 metres above sea level. A predominant taste in Costa Rica, SHB contains flavours of dark chocolate perfectly combined with toasted almonds. It also contains a noticeable delicate clove aroma.
100% Arabica Mexico Altura is a coffee with big, single-origin beans grown on the ecologically clean Mexican plantations. It is incredibly balanced between acidity and natural sweetness which makes Altura one of the most valued coffees in the world, and the keystone of Mexican coffees. The clearly noticeable fruity sweetness of this coffee perfectly combines with its butter and cinnamon taste.
El Salvador SHG (Strictly High Grown) grows in areas situated over 1200 meters above sea level. It is perfectly harmonised and has a gentle taste. It is characterised by its high acidity. This Central American coffee has both an exceptionally smooth and silky taste, but also a clear, full and rich flavour with noticeable hints of fruits of the forest and a mild cinnamon and spicy aftertaste.
Guatemala SHB (Strictly Hard Bean) is considered as one of the best coffees in the world. It is grown at an altitude of more than 1600 metres above sea level. Volcanic eruptions cause large amounts of nitrogenous compounds to penetrate into the soil, what fertilizes it. It is the best natural fertilizer. This coffee is characterised by full yet mild tastes of maple syrup and fresh walnuts. It is well bal- anced and very aromatic.
Brazil Santos is a great coffee classic. Brazil is the world’s largest producer of coffee (over 30% of the market). Arabica Santos comes from the area of the Brazilian city, and port, of the same name and is characterised by average acidity and black tea aroma. Noticeable sweet fruits such as mango and melon with ripe citrus fruits (oranges) ensure an extraordinary, slightly sweet taste.