Coffee makes its long journey until it reaches our cup. After it is cultivated, the fruits are collected and the processing of the coffee beans is completed, the mixing of the blends follows, offering separate combinations of flavors.
During the roasting, the essential oils are released, which give the pleasant aroma of the coffee, while the grinding of the coffee completes the overall and complete sense of its taste and aroma.
It is considered one of the top cafes in Brazil as it is a variety that is grown exclusively on specific coffee farms in the unique microclimate of the Sul de Minas region. A coffee with characteristic acidity, deep sweetness with notes of chocolate and dried fruit, which make it unique.
Most of Costa Rica’s highest quality coffee comes from the Tarrazu region. The microclimate, in combination with the volcanic soil and the altitude of the coffee plantations, offer the appropriate conditions for the production of quality coffee.
A coffee that is characterized by lively acidity and resembles flavors of citrus or berries. In general it is considered balanced with pure coffee taste.
India produces excellent varieties of coffee, possessing processing secrets unique in the world and coming out in front of the specialty coffee area. Indian Robusta is characterized by a strong body, rich taste, aroma and perfect balance, while often its complex taste profile is reminiscent of caramel and chocolate flavors.
The roasting process involves a sequence of different stages that catalyzes the quality and taste of coffee.
In the first stage, the coffee beans are roasted at a mild roasting temperature for 16 to 18 minutes, in an authentic Italian stone oven.
During this time the aromas of the coffee fully unfold.
The baking curve is then slowly increased from 6 to 8°C per minute at 215°C – so no additives are used.
Finally, after many hours of roasting, the coffee beans are cooled with air for 5 minutes.