Best Colombian coffee
Many of you cannot do without this morning coffee. More people turn to more sophisticated alternatives – such as gourmet or premium coffee – and even come to grind their beans themselves.
If you want a coffee of fresh taste, try the whole beans. Coffee specialists focus on Colombian coffee, ground beans and whole grains, ranging from $5 to $25.
Columbia produces a number of very fine coffee. Since Colombian coffee is considered a world pillar since the late 1950s when the coffee industry was introduced by the “coffee farmer” Juan Valdez, many people think Colombian coffee is ordinary and being plain.
However, that is not the case. Colombia produces the majority of coffee consumed all over the world. Since gourmet coffee has gained popularity around the world, the coffee industry in Colombia has made adjustments to meet growing demand.
The key to finding the best coffee in Colombia is to search for the tag “Private Mill coffees”. Private mills provide coffee from cooperative and individual farms located in areas of very specific culture, similar to those in the Blue Mountain region of Jamaica and the areas of Kona Hawaii.
Explore Beyond Arabica
Private Mill coffees offer quality and diversity. When you find a good private coffee shop vendor, you can choose between traditional Arabian coffee or specialties such as kind of heritage (typical or bourbon) or hybrids such as Colombian.
Private mill coffee is different from standard Colombian coffee because the sorting criteria are much more extensive. Colombian coffee produced in bulk is differentiated only by the degree determined in the following way:
Supremo – top grade
Extra – second tier
Excelso – a combination of 1 and 2?
The uniqueness of Colombian coffee is the taste. Our 100% Colombian coffee is full of flavor and taste.
Fresh Roasted Coffee
The process of roasted coffee begins at the source. Our coffees are selected and established with lots of love and even more – considering their origin, taste and quality. All these components help us to offer a coherent and exceptional coffee with real-world accessibility.
Coffee has four old enemies; heat, light, air and moisture. Coffee storing is essential to preserving it fresh and available to enjoy. Storing coffee in situations that reveal it to these elements will allow coffee to lose its taste swiftly. The coffee has to be stored in an airtight container. We suggest a glass, metal or ceramic version. Coffee should not be kept in the freezer, contrary to popular belief, as it results in moisture that removes the taste of coffee. Coffee beans are porous and absorb unwanted odors from your fridge.
What’s in my cafe?
100% Arabica coffee beans without additives, artificial flavors or preservatives.