Colombian Cundinimarca

£6.75

This is a district source rather than an offering from a single farm but the Cundinamarca region of Colombia has been producing excellent coffee for a very long time (the climate and elevation are just right for growing coffee plants) and so they produce reliable results year after year.

These beans are characteristically sweet with just a bit of fruity acidity.

 

It’s important to order the right grind for the way you make your coffee:

Whole beans – for those with a grinder.

Coarse – for making in a cafetiere, use water just below boiling and leave for four minutes.

Medium – for making in a drip machine.

Fine – for espresso and aeropress.

 

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