San Agustin Colombia Coffee
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This Colombian single origin coffee is cultivated on small farms clustered around the town of San Agustin in the Andean mountains. Flourishing under the shade of banana and rubber trees, the beans exude a wonderful caramel sweetness, tempered by a touch of lemon acidity and a nutty, chocolatey finish.
Roasted Arabica beans.
My personal no 1By Mag from Gothenburg on 01/20/2019I absolutely love this one. I was trying to save it for guests but It is way too good XDSan Agustin Colombia Coffeeon 09/27/2017I am delighted that I have finally discovered my favourite coffee. I made a cafetiere at work and all my colleagues loved it too!San Agustin Colombia Coffeeon 11/19/2017Soft & strong , I really love this delicious coffee, when made in an espresso machine that immediately grinds the beans.San Agustin Colombia Coffeeon 10/20/2017This reminds me of the coffee you used to get in the nasty old shacks in provincial train stations. Even when I drink it black and hot it tastes like it's too milky and has been left around too long. I'm guessing because it's so weak in flavour. Couldn't finish the bag, life is too short to drink coffee this tasteless.San Agustin Colombia Coffeeon 03/31/2017A very unpleasant coffee. I can only describe it to smell and taste like a kitchen bin. Had to throw it out, couldn't drink it. :(
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Lemon & Walnut
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.
Try this sweet, complex coffee cold brewed or served over ice – it also makes a delicious filter coffee.
San Agustin is in the Colombian region of Huila, known for its excellent growing conditions.
A National Treasure
Coffee's such an important part of Colombian culture that the National Federation of Coffee Growers of Colombia opened a theme park devoted to the drink in 1995. The National Coffee Park features museums, shows and even coffee-themed rollercoasters.