Santos Brazils – Grown at altitudes of 2,000 to 4,000 ft above sea level, our high grade Brazil Santos is relatively low in acidity, rounded, sweet and well nuanced. The cherries are dry processed (dried inside the fruit) to retain some of the fruit for the cup.
Colombia Supremo – Supremo refers to the size of the coffee bean. This is the largest bean that Colombia produces. Grown at altitudes of between 5905 and 6560 ft above sea level in the Antioquia and Huila districts, the rainfall, cloud cover and soil conditions are ideal. A cool mountainous climate prolongs the development of the Popayán's coffee cherry, deepening the berry flavour absorbed by the bean, which is accentuated during the fermentation stage when the defruited bean is wet processed
Costa Rica San Jose – Grown by farmers from the Coopedota cooperative Hermosa. They are renowned for producing award-winning coffee and are in fact recognised as the first carbon neutral coffee producer in the world.
Their farms are found in the Dota region of the Tarazzu river valley. Here, coffee plants grow at altitudes above 1,400m. In these highlands, the soil is rich in nutrients. Costa Rica San Jose is prepared by the Honey Process. Consequently producing a coffee with natural sweetness.
This coffee is nutty with a rich, caramel finish but has overlying delicate notes from lychee fruit.