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            SAPPHIRE COLOMBIAN COFFEE 250g
            SAPPHIRE COLOMBIAN COFFEE 250g
            SAPPHIRE COLOMBIAN COFFEE 250g

            SAPPHIRE COLOMBIAN COFFEE 250g

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            250g package of 100% Arabica Colombian coffee with a fine flavor, aromatic and light body.

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            Colombia Huíla
            San Manuel Estate

            Washed coffee grown at 1350    1800 meters of altitude with collection from September to December, with a Mitaca of
            April to May

            Huila is a department of Colombia that is located in the southwest of the country, being part of the Andean region.

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

            This department limits with Tolima, Cundinamarca, Meta, Caquetá and Cauca, and gives rise to rivers between mountains,
            showing its variety of landscapes with diverse natural elements such as volcanoes, low and undulating lands, rains,
            winds and temperatures that vary according to altitude. It is known that within this department there are
            different types of thermal floors such as warm, moorland, cold and, to a greater extent, temperate. but beyond
            privileged geographical conditions, the commitment and dedication of the Huila producers with the quality of the
            grain, taking care of each one of the stages of the process, have contributed to enhance the intrinsic qualities of the grain.

            Its annual coffee production is the first in the country, representing 15% of the total production in Colombia. His
            Coffee is harvested both in the central and eastern mountains, its main harvest is between September and December
            With 65%-70% of the coffee produced, its mitaca is in April and May.

            The municipality of Pitalito is the town where the most coffee is sold in the entire department.

            The department of Huila is relatively young in planting coffee compared to the departments of the axis
            coffee grower, this is due to its geographical location and security problems since 1970 due to the guerrillas.

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

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

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

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

            Silky, very balanced and structured.

            sales denomination  Supreme Coffee 18

            Origin  Colombia

            Huíla Region

            Arabica coffee type

            Bourbon, Typica and Castillo varieties

            Altitude 1350-1800m

            Sieve 18 /19

            Made in Spain







            allergens
             (EC No 1169/2011)  G105 and  105: Absence
            P105 GRA and P105 : May contain  traces of nuts, milk and soy


            Average Nutritional Values per 100 g of coffee beans

            Energy Content (Kj / K cal)
             1797  /  430
            Lipid fats)
             10
            3.5

            of which:

            Saturated fats

            carbohydrates
             67
            4.2

            of which:

            sugars

            proteins
             fifteen
            go out to
             0.4
            Fiber
             56

            Appearance  roasted coffee beans
            roast
             Half. Level 3
            Color
             Brown with golden tones
            Scent
             Intense roasted coffee,  tobacco, chocolate, black, pepper
            black

            Flavor
             Citrus, slightly spicy chocolates


            Conditions of conservation
             Keep in a closed container, in a cool, dry place and out of direct sunlight.
            Keep at temperature <24°C.

            How to use  Boil water and add 8g of filtered infused coffee per cup (150-200ml)

            other  characteristics
            * Packaging in protective atmosphere



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