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Guatemala coffee beans - a single origin in focus

Guatemala Coffee Beans | Single Origin In Focus

Exploring Guatemala coffee With a history of coffee production steeped in tradition and innovation, Guatemala showcases some of the highest quality coffee beans coming out of Central America. While the flavours you experience in certain coffees depends a lot on the specific region and processing methods used, we can expect coffee coming out of Guatemala …

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burundi coffee origin

Burundi Coffee | Single Origin In Focus

Discover Burundi Coffee You would have noticed Burundi coffee beans featured more frequently at coffee roasteries across Australia. This is for good reason. Over the years, the coffee farms in Burundi have dedicated their pursuits to cultivating high-grade beans. Their efforts have paid off. Coffee lovers are praising cups of Burundi for their flavoursome, exciting …

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Omni-Roasting: What does omni-grind coffee mean?

 What is Omni-Roasting? Just like the name suggests, omni-roasting/omni-grind means that the coffee beans have been roasted in a way that will work with any and every way you’re making coffee. Whether you’re having an Aeropress or you’re having an espresso, an omni-roast caters to both methods. This method of roasting embraces the belief that …

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Indonesia coffee farming

Indonesian Coffee Beans | Single Origin in focus

Indonesian coffee beans offer a delightful cup that every coffee connoisseur must become well acquainted with. Situated between Asia and Australia is the world’s 4th largest coffee producer… Indonesia! Last year, Indonesia produced over 10 million of 60kg bags of green beans! 25% of those beans were delicious Arabica. In those Arabica beans, were more …

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Colombian Single Origin coffee

Colombian Coffee | Single Origin coffee in focus

Colombia is known to be the second most bio reserve country in the world. Colombia’s tropical location near the equator means that it’s perfect for growing agricultural products such as bananas, rice, corn and most importantly coffee. Colombia is the 3rd largest producer of coffee in the world. The region produces almost exclusively Arabica coffee …

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