Balanced espresso roast
- Blend of four origins
- 100 % Arabica coffee beans
- Directly traded coffee beans from fairly paid farmers
- Pleasantly low in acidity with aromas of nougat and marzipan
A great mix
For the Espresso House Blend, Coffee Circle mixes coffee beans from four origins for roasting together in a gentle drum roaster. The result is a medium-strong espresso roast. In terms of taste, there are nuances of marzipan and nougat in the characterful overall picture. While the coffee beans from Brazil, Colombia and Laos lay a nutty-chocolate base, the coffee beans from the D.R. Congo for the characteristic spice.
The espresso beans should best be freshly ground and are ideal for portafilter machines, fully automatic machines and stovetop pots.
Where coffee grows
Coffee Circle obtains the green coffee for the Espresso House Blend from four different farms and cooperatives in Brazil, Colombia, Congo and Laos. The majority of the blend comes from the farm Fazenda Sertão in Carmo de Minas, Brazil. Here Nazareth Dias Pereira and his family grow coffee plants of the Arabica variety Yellow Burbon at 1050 meters. In the natural process, the harvested coffee cherries are processed dry, which promotes a particularly intense aroma.
Coffee Circle sets a good example and demonstrates a high level of social responsibility. In addition to the relatively high purchase prices that the farmers receive, Coffee Circle invests €1 per kilogram of coffee sold in social projects in coffee regions in Africa and South America.
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