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packages are stored perfectly for one year, if stored in a cool and dry place.
once the package has been opened it is recommended to consume it within a few weeks, to keep aromas and freshness unaltered.
A refined blend, with beans whose origin hides the excellent goodness of this extraordinary blend, mainly Arabica:
Let's see in detail the Arabica monorgini that make up this fantastic blend.
Native to the São Paulo area of Brazil, Santos coffee is considered the finest of the Arabica coffees of South America. Sweet, with a velvety and enveloping scent, with a chocolate tone and low acidity, this coffee is ideal for breakfast.
Returns a cup with a fine, velvety coffee, with notes of cocoa.
Brazil has been the world's largest producer of coffee for many years, with Arabica and Robusta quality.
In the nineties the Natural Process of pulp processing was introduced, improving the quality of the coffee; among the best Brazilian coffees have a low acidity, body and sweetness, and we often encounter aromas of chocolate and hazelnut.
First of all, we specify that Honduran beans are renowned for their quality.
In this paragraph you can find the main elements of this fine coffee:
- firstly, this coffee has a medium roast, with notes of caramel, spices and brown sugar.
- in secondly, we have selected a pure Arabica, coming from the crops of over 1500 growers, members of Cafè Organics Marcala.
Also, keep in mind that Honduran coffee was voted best coffee in the world 2017!
A few hints of history.
Honduras is the largest coffee producer in Central America.
In 1970 the Instituo Hondureno del Cafè (IHCAFE), the national coffee institute, was created to improve the quality of coffee.
Heavy rains sometimes make it difficult to dry the coffee beans after processing, so some growers use a combination of sun drying and mechanical drying.
First of all, this coffee has a medium roast with notes of salty caramel, velvety sweet, citrus.
Secondly, we selected a pure Arabica, coming from Piura, clayey mineral soil where we have an altitude of 1100/1700 m.
For your information, Peruvian coffee has won the award as the "best specialty coffee in the world", beating major producers such as Colombia, Guatemala and Kenya in the 22nd Annual Exhibition of the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA).