This Brazilian coffee is named after the port which Brazil's famous coffees pass through. Once roasted, this coffee yields a low acidic, light bodied brew. You will experience a pleasant aroma and a mild, smooth flavour in this premium South American coffee.
This is a 'long-aged' coffee, where the coffee beans are allowed to naturally age in warehouses for at least 2 years. Notes of clove, cherry and redcurrant provide a sweet...
Colombia is famed for producing some of the world’s finest coffees. That enviable reputation is built on beans such as these. Excelso coffee beans are large, but slightly smaller than...
During the months of June to September, India sees the monsoon season sweep through its western coastal belt. These tropical rains sweep up from the tropical oceans around India across...