Coffee from around the world

ETHIOPIA

Arabica, generally very aromatic with spicy notes. Harrar, with a very smooth flavour. Djimmah, with wild notes, that lend richness to the espresso.

SOUTH AMERICA, Venezuela, Peru, Bolivia

Washed and natural Arabica, with a slightly acidic flavour, light body and very aromatic.

COLOMBIA

Washed Arabica, harmonious with marked acidity.

BRAZIL

Natural Arabica, in its neutral to sweet variants, medium body, balanced, at times with flowery notes, excellent for blends.

INDIA

Arabica Plantation, good grain with good balanced aroma and medium body.
Robusta Cherry and Parchment: some of the best Robusta in the world, with hints of chocolate.

JAVA, INDONESIA, NEW GUINEA

Washed Robusta, typically strong, full body and notes of chocolate.
Natural Robusta, strong, woody and very full-bodied.

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS

Kona is a famous variety, an Arabica with light body, slightly acidic peppery flavour and smooth aroma.

COSTA RICA

Washed Arabica, considerably acidic, vanilla and fruity notes with a hint of citrus.

GUATEMALA

Washed Arabica, good body and fruity aroma.

NICARAGUA

Generally good, the biggest Maragogypes in the world are grown here.

HAITI

Washed Arabica, excellent body, with a tendency to marked bitterness and greenness, but also fruity.

JAMAICA

Land of the famous Blue Mountain, an Arabica variety that grows in volcanic soils at 2000 m asl. Slightly bluish beans with light body and fruity aroma.

THE CARIBBEAN AND CENTRAL AMERICA, Porto Rico, Cuba, Santo Domingo, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, El Salvador, Nicaragua

Washed Arabica with marked acidity, medium body, fragrant and aromatic.

AFRICA, Congo, Uganda, Madagascar, Tanzania, Ivory Coast, Togo, Cameroon

Natural Robusta, strong, full-bodied, woody.
Washed Arabica, slightly acidic, medium body, aromatic.

KENYA

AA classified, very fine, acidic and fruity, one of the most refined Arabicas in the world.