Notes: Clean, bold, chocolate and tree nuts. This is a smooth blend with a pleasant lasting finish.
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It took an inquisitive mind to experiment with those first coffee cherries – to pluck, roast and brew those first beans – and bring caffeine-laden goodness to the world.
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Humanities Glue is a Colombian and Brazilian Blend:
What does Brazilian coffee taste like? Much like the diverse geography of the country the different growing regions produce different flavours. Higher elevation produces delicate flavours and sweetness with floral and fruity notes. Specialty coffees have a couple of different flavour profiles with the most common being earthy, spicy, nutty, sweet and low acidity. With others often having a lighter body, juicy sweetness, gentle acidic tang and a complex flavour profile with notes of lime, white wine, flowers and spice.
Want to know what Colombian coffee tastes like? With such a large portion of the country producing coffee there are diverse flavours depending on which origin you choose. In Northern regions the lower altitudes with higher temperatures give a full body with deeper flavour notes. In the Central coffee belt the beans tend to be well-rounded with nutty and chocolate flavours, gentle sweetness and mellow acidity. In Southern areas with high elevation the coffee produced leans toward a higher acidity level (think brightness in your cup), floral aromas and complex flavour profiles.
We love roasting Colombian coffee for all its diversity and rich flavours, check our these singles and blends in our shop to have a Colombian coffee experience for yourself! Tru out : House #Two and Colombian Popayan Reserve.