Coffee Arabica Bolivia has a silky creamy taste, spicy aroma with notes of jasmine, peach, cedar and vanilla. The rich taste with a light sour apricot, black-currant and red grapes. This is one of the best examples of classic coffee from South America has a bright, clean and juicy sour taste. The distinctive taste of this South American coffee typically caused by wet processing of the beans. Coffee is very popular in the U.S. and Canada.
Santos is the most known grade of Brazilian Arabica. The taste is rich, moderate-sour with sweet notes and shades of dry spices. Aroma is thin, balanced. The drink from this grade has soft pleasant taste, good saturation and moderate acidity. Brazil Santos differs with peculiar softness, stability of taste, coffee character with no extraneous shades. The balance of sourness and bitterness is marked.
The grade is recommended for those who does not love exotic, and prefers classical coffee. Suitable as a component of coffee mixes. This sort's size of beans is the world standart for bean size of other coffee sorts.
Coffee from South America. Highly aromatic, with floral and fruity notes. The body is balanced, rich in flavours, soft. The aftertaste has notes of milk chocolate and cherries.
Coffee Arabica Brazil PB is coffee of high quality. Extremely fragrant aroma of the bean PB possesses the strenght and saturation of two ordinary beans. The taste of this grade is fragrant, with sweet notes and shades of spices, it is stable, soft with a taste of bitternes and bit of sourness.
It is no coincidence to name Brazil the second motherland of coffee. Production of coffee in this country satisfies the third part of population in the necessity in aromatic drink.
Today in Brazil coffee is cultivated only in 17 out of 21 states, but only 4 states produce coffee that goes for export - Parana, San-Paulu, Minas-Geiras, Espiritu-Santu.
One of the best Brazilian grades of the coffee, named after the French island Bourbon in Caribbean Sea. This grade has pure, neutral, slightly sweetish aroma and rich neutral taste. A distinctive feature of Bourbon is refined sweetish-bitterish a bit oily taste with light sour taste which ordinary Santos doesn’t have.
Genuine Burbon is gathered from coffee trees only during first three crops. In four years beans change their taste characteristics and become similar to ordinary Santos.
Yellow Burbon Grade is a unique coffee grade which hasn’t undergone any procedures of crossbreeding. The grade has remained its original hundred year’s Ethiopian form.
Berries are of yellow colour and their peel is thinner than in other coffee grades. It allows sun rays to influence effectively ripening berries and beans, making them unusually sweet.
It’s a unique coffee, notable for incredibly balanced and very rich taste. By correct roasting it becomes very sweet, and it is possible to drink this coffee without sugar.
Brazil Yellow Bourbon PB is characterized by pure and rich aroma, reminiscent of the odor of toasted bread, unforgettable creamy tones found in the favor, and a long pleasant aftertaste. A distinctive feature of the Brazil Yellow Bourbon PB is a graceful, sweet and slightly bitter, oily flavor with a light bitterness.
Rio Minas is a type of coffee with low caffeine content. Coffee has a characteristic acidity with fruity notes, and tart, distinctive mouthfeel and iodide tones in taste, as it grows on soils with iodine bonds. The beverage made of this coffee is characterized by sharp aroma, strong and spicy taste. Thank to the high content of iodine this coffee has healing properties for people who have diseases related to iodine deficiency.
Arabica Ecuador is a self-sufficient variety of coffee characterized by a delicate, soft and balanced aroma with floral and slightly caramel notes. Coffee has a rich taste with a moderate acidity and a pleasant delicious bitterness. The beverage is medium bodied with a long chocolate-like aftertaste.
Arabica Ecuador Galapagos
It’s rare and very unusual grade of the coffee which is grown up without chemical means use. Coffee is grown up in the extremely limited quantities. Due to unique environmental conditions and original traditions of gathering and processing, this coffee cannot be compared to none of known grades of coffee. Has delightful aroma with notes of the dark chocolate, well balanced; in taste - cocoa and caramel, pleasant flower sourness. Refined aroma and the sated taste with a soft nut shade are inherent in it.
Galapagos San Cristobal is rare and unique grade of an elite class. Its small volumes are produced on San Cristobal island of Galapagos archipelago.
In a mountainous part of small island of San Cristobal grows up excellent coffee, noteworthy by experts and elite grades’ judges. The grade is absolutely natural; it unites the best existing fragrant components. Coffee is grown up without any chemical means application. Processed in the natural ways, non-polluting coffee is considered magnificent – a real treasure for the gourmet.
Galapagos San Cristobal has the delightful aroma, rich taste, characteristic light bitterness with a smoky note and soft nut tone.
Colombia Excelso is the most popular coffee grade in the world, possessing well balanced taste, light pleasant aroma with soft fruit smack and greater acidity than Colombia Supremo. Harmonious aroma, pleasant aftertaste.
The given grade of coffee differs with a fine combination of coffee qualities: taste, aroma, a consistence and colour which turns in solar-golden when a few drops of milk or cream are added. Slightly sour taste, inherent in all grades of the Colombian coffee is present in this drink.
Perfectly suitable for any time of day.
Supremo derives from Spanish and means "magnificent". This coffee has fine velvet taste, a bit sweet with pleasant slightly sour taste of fruit wine. Undoubtedly, it’s coffee of the highest standard. It will win at once your heart with a rich and bright bouquet of flavouring shades.
Taste and aroma of the given grade go very well for coffee making in diversified ways.
Arabica Colombia PB gives a tasty, delicate, aromatic coffee brew with fruity notes. The taste is characterized by mild acidity with prunes and kiwi tones. The beverage is saturated with pleasing long-lasting aftertaste.
This grade is notable for the balanced velvet taste with light sourness and delicate aroma. The grade differs with pleasant soft rich taste, delicate aroma, and good acidity. Coffee without caffeine keeps all completeness of flavouring and aromatic qualities of natural coffee. A caffeine mass fraction in it is no more than 0, 3 % in recalculation on solid substance. It is a first-rate quality product, safe for health.
Arabica Colombia Maragogype
It is made of large beans of Colombian Arabica, grown up on high-mountainous plantations. Manual gathering of grains and traditional processing make this grade of coffee really precious.
The drink prepared from this coffee grade possesses bright sated aroma with shades of baked milk and dense taste with light bitterness.
The harmonious and rich aroma of coffee, real coffee taste.
The Peruvian coffee usually has the soft acidity, a rich dense taste, unforgettable aftertaste. Very gentle, delicate aroma. Goes well for any way of preparation.
Due to pleasant but reserved taste the Peruvian coffee is considered to be an excellent basis for blends. More often it is used in dark roasting blends and as a basis for the flavoured coffee. But the best grades of the Peruvian coffee are notable for their extremely refined easy taste with vanilla-nut notes. This coffee deserves recognition as a peculiar grade.
Arabica Peru PB is a rich coffee with unsurpassed flavor, soft and pleasing fruity acidity. Peaberry grains provide a rich pure taste and intense aroma reminiscent of chocolate and hazelnut. A gentle bitterness can be found in the after-taste sensation. The beverage is of medium strength having a long aftertaste.