The World’s Finest Gourmet Coffees
The World’s Finest Gourmet Coffees
Ethiopian Harrar Coffee: This is a wonderful dry-processed coffee which is much more wild than the wet-processed Ethiopian Yirgacheffes which are more citrusy and floral. Expect winey and fruity tones in the Harrars. Enjoy the complex taste with notes of spice including cardamom and cinnamon along with compote and blueberry jam.
Kenyan Coffees: A powerful coffee with lots of character, Kenyan coffee is wet-processed and offers boldness with a medium to full body. Also known for its bright and vibrant acidity, Kenya coffee has an intensity that is unmistakable. Kenya coffee is also very complex in its flavor profile with a delicious winey richness with a clean and crisp taste that offers notes of citrus and lemon along with blackberry fruit. The overall quality of Kenya coffee has led it to be called the “Connoisseurs Cup” and it is clearly ranked among the world’s best gourmet coffees.
Yemen Mocha (Yemeni Coffee): Complex and earthy, Yemen Mocha is one of the true gourmet coffees of the world. The flavor offers a delicious pungency with notes of cardamom and cinnamon along with chocolate and wine. A darker roasts brings out the fruit and wine notes. The lively intensity of Yemen Mocha is why it goes so well in the traditional blend of Mocha Java, the oldest coffee blend in the world. Yemen Mocha is dry-processed.
Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee: Offering a full body and bright acidity, Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee is a sweet coffee and is respected for its almost total absence of bitterness. The aroma sparkles in the cup. This gourmet coffee is grown as high as 7,500 ft above sea level.
Panama Lerida: This is a light-bodied coffee with a sweet honey flavor accented with a rich buttery quality. You will enjoy this coffee’s exceptional balance, and to really bring out the vibrancy and brightness of Panama Lerida apply a New England or a City roast or if you really want to emphasize the nutty rich quality then try a Vienna roast.
Sumatra Mandheling Coffee: The heavy body of this coffee can be almost syrupy. The flavor is earthy with a wonderful complexity including notes of chocolate and a very subdued acidity. Also look for hints of licorice. Mandheling coffee is cultivated near Padang in Sumatra’s west-central area which grows some of the finest Arabica coffee in the world. A Vienna Roast or Italian Roast is recommended to bring out the earthiness and sweetness, or if you want to emphasize the body then try a French roast. Mandheling is also excellent for cold brewed gourmet coffee drinks.
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