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            4 250G PACKAGES OF ARABICA COFFEE BEANS FROM COLOMBIA, ETHIOPIA, COSTA RICA AND NICARAGUA
            4 250G PACKAGES OF ARABICA COFFEE BEANS FROM COLOMBIA, ETHIOPIA, COSTA RICA AND NICARAGUA

            4 250G PACKAGES OF ARABICA COFFEE BEANS FROM COLOMBIA, ETHIOPIA, COSTA RICA AND NICARAGUA

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            4 packages of 250g of 100% Arabica coffee beans from Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Ethiopia and Colombia.

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            NICARAGUA COFFEE

            SCAA Score: 84.5 points 

            Region: Jinotega

            Altitude: 1,100 to 1,450

            Process. Washed

            Varieties: Bourbon, Caturra and Catuai

            Quality: SHG 18

            Café de Nicaragua is produced by a cooperative in which close to 2,000 families work, involved in this project, and helping in environmental, social responsibility and gender equality work.

            The coffee is grown  under shade and the result of this gives sweet coffees with a fruity aroma

            The cup of this coffee for a medium roast, gives us sweet mango flavors with hints of caramel and jasmine. 

            SAPPHIRE COLOMBIAN COFFEE

            SCAA score: 84.25 points 

            Region: Huíla

            Altitude: 1,350 to 1,800 m

            Process. Washed

            Varieties: Bourbon, Typica and Castillo

            Quality: 18/19

            Cultivated Washed Coffee  at 1350 - 1800 meters of altitude with harvest from September to December, with a Mitaca from April to May

            Huila is the epicenter of the best specialty coffees in the world. This is evidenced by the repeated titles that “opitas” coffee growers obtain in the “Cup of Excellence” competition. 

            Its annual coffee production  It is the first in the country, representing 15% of the total production in Colombia. 

             Café del Huila covers mild washed arabica coffee, which when processed is sensorially identified for having a balanced global impression, with sweet notes, acidity and medium/high body, intense fragrance/aroma with fruity and caramel sensations. 

            This cup profile is derived from climatic and geographical factors typical of this region, such as fewer hours of sunlight (3.5 hours/day) due to cloudiness, constant temperatures during the day that favor the accumulation of chemical compounds in the fruit, and ranges high between 1000 and 2200 meters (masl). 

            Obtaining as a result a coffee bean with uniform cup characteristics. 

            For a medium roast, we obtain  flavors  stone fruit such as cherry, sweet flavors of caramel and vanilla, with a citrus touch that is very characteristic of this coffee.

            Silky, very balanced and structured.

            COFFEE COSTARICA WOMEN

            SCAA Score: 83 points 

            Region: Los Santos Tarrazu

            Altitude: 1,200 to 1,800 m

            Process. Washed

            Varieties: Caturra and Catuai

            Quality: SHB 17/18

            Cultivated Washed Coffee  at 1200 – 1800 meters of altitude with collection from December to March in the Tarrazú region

            Coffee has been called ¨El Grano de Oro¨ for the economic prosperity it has brought to Costa Rica. 

            The Tarrazú region has an ideal climate for the growth of some of the best coffees in the world, its altitude, volcanic soils, and temperatures create a clean, smooth, and balanced cup result. 

            CoopeTarrazu currently has 2,600 members. The cooperative helps to get technical assistance from the members, low cost loans, low prices for fertilizers. 

            The most important aspect of the cooperative is the economic benefit for the region and the members. 

            It has more than 50 years of experience and tradition. The 5 principles of the cooperative are: Solidarity, Transparency, Sustainability, Quality and Service. 

            They have the Fairtrade coffee seal. 

            Tarrazú Mujeres, is a coffee developed by CoopeTarrazú, a recognized cooperative in San Marcos, which provides its members with coffee benefit points, marketing tools and services for exports. And in this case, the women's project, collected only from women coffee growers. 

            For a medium roast, we obtain  silky, slightly sweet flavors of caramel, vanilla, but also stone fruits such as cherry, with a floral touch of jasmine. 

            Silky, very balanced and structured. Intense body with a hint of acidity.

            ETHIOPIAN COFFEE SIDAMO GR2

            SCAA Score: 85 points 

            Region: Sidamo

            Altitude: 1,800 to 2,200 m

            Process. Washed

            Varieties: Heriloom

            Quality: 17 Gr 2

            Cultivated Washed Coffee  at 1800 - 2200 meters of altitude with collection from November to February, and a second small collection from June to September.

            The Sidamo area is located in southern Ethiopia, on the border with Kenya and Somalia. 

            Sidamo is the name of this rather mountainous territory, but also of the population that inhabits it and their language. 

            Here the coffee grows spontaneously on the slopes of the heights or is cultivated in coffee gardens (small plots in which each family also plants fruit trees and vegetables) or in larger plots, and is treated in the washing stations scattered throughout the territory. . 

            In addition to being an important item in the local economy, it is also the protagonist of the social and cultural life of the place. At Sidamo, an invitation to participate in the coffee ceremony—an ancient ritual whose steps are passed down from generation to generation—is a sign of friendship and great respect… and the key to an unparalleled experience. 

            Sidamo coffees are coffees from the highlands in the south of the country, in the Rift Valley, with abundant rainfall and fertile soils. These coffees must present a clean cup, with clear fruity notes and bright acidity and characteristic sweetness. 

            For a medium roast, we obtain  Dark Chocolate flavors, but also sweet to  vanilla, somewhat floral, with hints of tangerine citrus

            Clean cup, bright acidity and a characteristic sweetness of this coffee.

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