Coffees – Latin American
COLOMBIAN SUPREMO *
The highest grade. Beans labelled Supremo are all of thelargest size, uniform hand-picked and hand-sorted beans,without imperfections. Limited supply. A moderately heavy-bodied coffee with a smooth rich flavor and lively character.Nicely balanced.
BRAZIL BOURBON SANTOS FANCY
Considered the finest coffee produced in Brazil. The small fragrant beans make a fair roast with a mild, unique and smooth flavor. The coffee is rich and full-bodied with moderate acidity that sharpens with age. Often used for blending.
COSTA RICAN TARRAZU
The highest grade. Grown primarily in the countryside surroundings of San Jose. A medium-bodied coffee possessing a smooth richness, fine tangy aroma and lively acidity which is never aggressive. Produces a well rounded cup, and brings out best in other beans when used in a blend.
Grown in Antigua — the most celebrated coffee growing district in Guatemala — at altitudes 4,500 feet or higher. A medium to full-bodied coffee, distinctively aromatic, lively and tangy with soft acidity and an almost spicy/smokey flavor. Widely considered to be the perfectly balanced coffee.
MEXICAN FINO ALTURA
The highest grade. Grown in the High Sierras of Southern Mexico. A light to medium-bodied coffee with a pleasantly sharp, acidy tone, and a lightly nutty flavor & aroma. Delicate. It’s a flavorful cup. Should be served black.
JAMAICA BLUE MOUNTAIN
The world’s rarest and most celebrated coffee. sweet,mellow and full-bodied with a perfect balance between aroma,body and acidity. (Not roasted on the premises — special ordered in small amounts when available).
* Swiss Water Process Decaffeinated also available
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