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The Barista range has been specially designed for those who dream of perfect espresso with their traditional espresso machine. Want to put your Barista and Latte Artist skills to the test? Choose this blend of Grands Crus from Vietnam, Guatemala and Brazil.

Particularity of Brazilian coffees

Brazil produces coffee for almost a third of the world. The country of Brazil is therefore the main producer of coffee in the world. Nearly 30,000 km2 of plantations are currently being worked across the country. Brazil succeeds in this phenomenon thanks to its very favorable climatic conditions favorable to the growth of coffee. Coffee arrived in Brazil in the 19th century. As it was one of the world's leading coffee producing countries, a hundred years ago, it had made the 80% supply of coffee to the world.

Our Pure Origin coffee from Brazil grows south of Minas Gerais: This is the most favorable place for coffee growth. Thanks to the climate, the soil, the altitudes, this Grand Cru origin offers us a very sweet coffee with its sweet body and its perfect balance between the touch of bitterness and acidity. It is perfect in espresso.

Particularity of Guatemala

The country Guatemala produces very high specialty coffee in Huehuetenango regions. The coffees are rather sweet, fruity and gourmand with fruit aromas such as tangerine and strawberry. The coffees are moderately strong on the palate, with significant acidity. They are harvested on average at an altitude of at least 1,500 m, to have a specialty coffee.

Particularity of Vietnam

Vietnam, although it has Arabica coffee plantations, is the Robusta which dominates. So, after the harvest, the coffees are mostly roasted dark, however, the roasting is done slowly over low heat for more than 15 minutes. Robusta coffees are mostly mixed with Arabicas to balance the acidity of Arabica. Indeed, arabica promises acidity, while robusta aims for the success of the bitterness that comes with coffee in a 100% balanced tasting.

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Brazil, Guatemala, Vietnam
Arabica, Robusta
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The Barista range has been specially designed for those who dream of perfect espresso with their traditional espresso machine. Want to put your Barista and Latte Artist skills to the test? Choose this blend of Grands Crus from Vietnam, Guatemala and Brazil.

Particularity of Brazilian coffees

Brazil produces coffee for almost a third of the world. The country of Brazil is therefore the main producer of coffee in the world. Nearly 30,000 km2 of plantations are currently being worked across the country. Brazil succeeds in this phenomenon thanks to its very favorable climatic conditions favorable to the growth of coffee. Coffee arrived in Brazil in the 19th century. As it was one of the world's leading coffee producing countries, a hundred years ago, it had made the 80% supply of coffee to the world.

Our Pure Origin coffee from Brazil grows south of Minas Gerais: This is the most favorable place for coffee growth. Thanks to the climate, the soil, the altitudes, this Grand Cru origin offers us a very sweet coffee with its sweet body and its perfect balance between the touch of bitterness and acidity. It is perfect in espresso.

Particularity of Guatemala

The country Guatemala produces very high specialty coffee in Huehuetenango regions. The coffees are rather sweet, fruity and gourmand with fruit aromas such as tangerine and strawberry. The coffees are moderately strong on the palate, with significant acidity. They are harvested on average at an altitude of at least 1,500 m, to have a specialty coffee.

Particularity of Vietnam

Vietnam, although it has Arabica coffee plantations, is the Robusta which dominates. So, after the harvest, the coffees are mostly roasted dark, however, the roasting is done slowly over low heat for more than 15 minutes. Robusta coffees are mostly mixed with Arabicas to balance the acidity of Arabica. Indeed, arabica promises acidity, while robusta aims for the success of the bitterness that comes with coffee in a 100% balanced tasting.

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Certainement un des meilleurs café que j'ai gouté et en plus à un prix attractif

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