Limited Edition Colombia Excelso Sierra Nevada Coffee

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Limited Edition Colombia Excelso Sierra Nevada Coffee

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Item No. 343251
$6.00

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  • Weight:
    • 125g / 4.4oz
    • 250g / 8.8oz
    • 500g / 17.6oz
    • 1kg / 35.2oz
    • Beans
    • Cafetière
    • Filter
    • Espresso
    • Turkish

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Code: 343251

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  • Description
    Thanks to the work of coffee-growing cooperatives in the Sierra Nevada region, this fairtrade coffee is some of Colombia's most sought-after. The local farmers hand-pick the beans and leave them to dry in the sun, enhancing the fruity acidity and nutty tones of this exceptional roast.
  • Ingredients

    Roasted Arabica beans.

    Storage: Always store coffee in an airtight container. Ground coffee should be used within 2 weeks of opening to ensure optimum freshness.

    Roasted and packed in the UK.
    Packed in a protective atmosphere.

  • Reviews
    Limited Edition coffee from Sierra Nevada
     
    By Whitty’s Julia from Exeter on 05/07/2019
    When these beans arrived new to our shop last week I made a purchase that day. This coffee has been rather popular at home thanks to the nicely balanced flavour. It makes a lovely cup for afternoonses especially with a bite of chocolate on the side. I'll have to buy some more before it all sells!

Body

Medium-bodied

Roast

Medium-dark

Tastes Like

Orange & Almond

Brew the Perfect cup

When making coffee always use freshly drawn and boiled water – wait a few seconds for the water to cool so you don't scald the grinds. Cardinal rule? Never re-heat brewed coffee! Freshness is everything.

SERVING SUGGESTION

Drink

Americano

Equipment

V60

Kick-start your morning with a clean, tart Americano; brew in a V60, finish with a splash of milk and you're good to go.

Origin: Colombia

Grown in rich volcanic soil, located in the region of Magadalena, Colombia.

Joining Forces

The Kankuamo Indigenous Organisation was launched in 1993 after the Kankuamo people joined together with three other indigenous groups to protect their people and heritage in a war-torn region. Coffee-growing cooperatives were also created to unite the local farming community, eliminating competitive farming practices. These local farmers work diligintly to preserve local eco-systems and wildlife and use organic farming processes.