Ah, finally a balanced coffee between Robusta and Arabica.
What is Arabica?
Arabica is a species. It is a tree growing at very high altitude. So your coffee becomes very complex, acidic, fruity, dense. Not to mention the sweetness of your cup ...
And then, the Robusta?
We still think that Arabica and Robusta are fighting each other. But in fact ... Arabica is a species. Robusta is a variety that comes from Canephora. The Robusta, on a chain, is below the Canephora. So, it's much more accurate to say Arabica VS Canephora. But we have all inked this name: Robusta.
Why a RobustArabica coffee?
It's simple. We wanted to give a new meaning to a coffee dating back several decades. Indeed, it is about a very old test of Théophile Trottet. Today, we want to put it back in the spotlight. So, we designed the RobustArabica. This means that this coffee contains 50% Arabica and 50% Robusta. This allows us to find a perfect balance between a variety and a species.
An Arabica will rather develop fruity flavors as well as an enormous complexity in its aromatic repertoire. The Robusta, in turn, will rather favor the bitter side. The two products together are going to lay a coffee out of the ordinary. Have you ever seen a product assembled in this way? No ? It's time to taste it at Cafés Trottet.
|Type of coffee||Capsules Nespresso ®* compatibles|
|Range of coffee||Blends coffee|
|Aromas||Mix of red fruits with balanced bitterness|
|Coffee farmer||Several producers|
|Altitude||Arabica 1900 m / Robusta 800 m|
|Composition||Arabica 50 % / Robusta 50 %|
|Variety||Arabica K7 / Robusta Kouillou|
|Harvest period||October to March|
|Density||Arabica 6.78 g/l|
|Expert advice||Perfect balance between bitterness and acidity|
|Method of preparation||Recommended for an espresso|