Imperial Origin Coffeebeans 250G
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, the latter had achieved 80% of the world's coffee supply.
Our Pure Origin coffee from Brazil grows in the south of Minas Gerais: it is the most favorable place for growing coffee. Thanks to the climate, the soil, the altitudes, this original Grand Cru offers us a very sweet coffee with its sweet body and its perfect balance between a touch of bitterness and acidity. It is perfect in espresso.
Special feature of Honduran coffees
Honduran coffee also remains one of the largest volumes in the world. Usually, when we talk about Honduran coffee, it is said to have a very good Arabica taste. The aromas are always very pleasant due to the very rich soil and very suitable for the cultivation of coffee beans. The acidity of Honduran coffee is never really pronounced, which always offers a very smooth, pleasant and well-balanced taste.
The Honduras terroir is suitable for the cultivation of a harmonious bean, which makes it possible to have coffee in very light body for the finest palates. As it balances perfectly during roasting, it becomes as delicious in blends as it is in pure origin coffee.
We love it especially for its sweet acidity and harmonious body.
It was not until the 18th century that coffee began to be cultivated on Honduran soil, with significant production in the Agalta region predominantly.
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