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Ethiopia Coffee 250 gr. (Coffee)
Coffee production in Ethiopia is a longstanding tradition. Ethiopia is where Coffea arabica, the coffee plant, originates.
The plant is now grown in various parts of the world; Ethiopia itself accounts for around 3% of the global coffee market.
Coffee is important to the economy of Ethiopia; around 60% of foreign income comes from coffee, with an estimated 15 million of the population relying on some aspect of coffee production for their livelihood. In 2006, coffee exports brought in $350 million, equivalent to 34% of that year's total exports


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columbia
Colombia Espresso Coffee 250 gr. (Coffee)
COLOMBIAN COFFEE is the denomination given to a 100% washed Arabica coffee produced in the coffee growing regions of Colombia, delimited between the North altitude 1° to 11°15, Longitude West 72° to 78° and specific ranges of altitude that can surpass the 2.000 meters above the sea level.
It originates from the particular combination of diverse factors: the latitude and altitude of Colombia's coffee growing zone, its soils, the botanical origin of the species and the varieties of coffees produced, the climate and rain pattern generated by the double path of the Intertropical Convergence Zone over the coffee area, the ever changing topography, the luminosity, the favorable temperature range within the day and throughout the year, an adequate amount and distribution of the rain and some common cultural practices that include the processes of selective harvesting and of transformation of the fruit through its beneficio, that includes washing and drying. These factors, together with the hard work of coffee growers, in a joint manner lead to the production and sale of an outstanding coffee described in the beverage as mild, of a clean cup, with a medium to high acidity and body, and a pronounced and complete aroma. It is a balanced coffee with a sensory profile of excellent quality.





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endonezya-kahve
Endonezya Coffee 250 gr. (Coffee)
Endonezya Coffee


Indonesia was the fourth largest producer of coffee in the world in 2014.[1] Coffee in Indonesia began with its colonial history, and has played an important part in the growth of the country. Indonesia is located within an ideal geography for coffee plantations, near the equator and with numerous mountainous regions across the islands, creating well suited micro-climates for the growth and production of coffee.


Indonesia produced an estimated 540,000 metric tons of coffee in






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columbia coffee
Colombia Coffee 250 gr. (Coffee)
COLOMBIAN COFFEE is the denomination given to a 100% washed Arabica coffee produced in the coffee growing regions of Colombia, delimited between the North altitude 1° to 11°15, Longitude West 72° to 78° and specific ranges of altitude that can surpass the 2.000 meters above the sea level.
It originates from the particular combination of diverse factors: the latitude and altitude of Colombia's coffee growing zone, its soils, the botanical origin of the species and the varieties of coffees produced, the climate and rain pattern generated by the double path of the Intertropical Convergence Zone over the coffee area, the ever changing topography, the luminosity, the favorable temperature range within the day and throughout the year, an adequate amount and distribution of the rain and some common cultural practices that include the processes of selective harvesting and of transformation of the fruit through its beneficio, that includes washing and drying. These factors, together with the hard work of coffee growers, in a joint manner lead to the production and sale of an outstanding coffee described in the beverage as mild, of a clean cup, with a medium to high acidity and body, and a pronounced and complete aroma. It is a balanced coffee with a sensory profile of excellent quality.





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columbia coffee dark
Colombia Coffee Dark Roasted 250 gr. (Coffee)
COLOMBIAN COFFEE is the denomination given to a 100% washed Arabica coffee produced in the coffee growing regions of Colombia, delimited between the North altitude 1° to 11°15, Longitude West 72° to 78° and specific ranges of altitude that can surpass the 2.000 meters above the sea level.
It originates from the particular combination of diverse factors: the latitude and altitude of Colombia's coffee growing zone, its soils, the botanical origin of the species and the varieties of coffees produced, the climate and rain pattern generated by the double path of the Intertropical Convergence Zone over the coffee area, the ever changing topography, the luminosity, the favorable temperature range within the day and throughout the year, an adequate amount and distribution of the rain and some common cultural practices that include the processes of selective harvesting and of transformation of the fruit through its beneficio, that includes washing and drying. These factors, together with the hard work of coffee growers, in a joint manner lead to the production and sale of an outstanding coffee described in the beverage as mild, of a clean cup, with a medium to high acidity and body, and a pronounced and complete aroma. It is a balanced coffee with a sensory profile of excellent quality.





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juanValdes
Colombia Juan Valdes coffe 250 gr. (Coffee)
Juan Valdes coffe 250 gr.


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guatemala
Guatemala Coffee 250 gr. (Coffee)
Coffee production in Ethiopia is a longstanding tradition. Ethiopia is where Coffea arabica, the coffee plant, originates.
The plant is now grown in various parts of the world; Ethiopia itself accounts for around 3% of the global coffee market.
Coffee is important to the economy of Ethiopia; around 60% of foreign income comes from coffee, with an estimated 15 million of the population relying on some aspect of coffee production for their livelihood. In 2006, coffee exports brought in $350 million, equivalent to 34% of that year's total exports


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india'n-coffee
India'n Coffee 250 gr. (Coffee)

The saga of Indian coffee began on a humble note, with planting of ‘Seven seeds’ of ‘Mocha’ during 1600 AD by the legendary holy saint Baba Budan, in the courtyard of his hermitage on ‘Baba Budan Giris’ in Karnataka.
For quite a considerable period, the plants remained as a garden curiosity and spread slowly as back yard plantings.
Coffee Board Seeds Logo It was during 18th century that the commercial plantations of coffee were started, thanks to the success of British entrepreneurs in conquering the hostile forest terrain in south India.
Coffee Board Seeds Logo Since then, Indian coffee industry has made rapid strides and earned a distinct identity in the coffee map of the world.Coffee Board Seeds Logo Coffee in India is grown under a canopy of thick natural shade in ecologically sensitive regions of the Western and Eastern Ghats. This is one of the 25 biodiversity hotspots of the world.
Coffee contributes significantly to sustain the unique bio- diversity of the region and is also responsible for the socio-economic development in the remote, hilly areas.



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jamaika coffee
jamaica coffee 250 gr. (Coffee)
jamaica coffee.


Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee or Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee is a classification of coffee grown in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica.
The best lots of Blue Mountain coffee are noted for their mild flavour and lack of bitterness.
Over the past few decades, this coffee has developed a reputation that has made it one of the most expensive and sought-after coffees in the world.
Over 80% of all Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee is exported to Japan.
In addition to its use for brewed coffee, the beans are the flavor base of Tia Maria coffee liqueur.


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Kenya coffee
Kenya coffee 250 gr. (Coffee)
Kenya coffee.


The coffee industry of Kenya is noted for its cooperative system of production, processing, milling, marketing, and auction system.
About 70% of Kenyan coffee is produced by small- scale holders.
It was estimated in 2012 that there were about 150,000 coffee and farmers in Kenya and other estimates are that six million Kenyans were employed directly or indirectly in the coffee industry.
The major coffee-growing regions in Kenya are the high plateaus around Mt. Kenya, the Aberdare Range, Kisii, Nyanza, Bungoma, Nakuru, Kericho and to a smaller scale in Machakos and Taita hills in Eastern and coast provinces respectively.

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viatnam coffee
Vietnam coffee Dark 250 gr. (Coffee)
Vietnam coffee Dark..


Coffee production has been a major source of income for Vietnam since the early 20th century.
First introduced by the French in 1857, the Vietnamese coffee industry developed through the plantation system, becoming a major economic force in the country.
After an interruption during and immediately following the Vietnam War, production rose once again after Đổi mới economic reforms, reaching 900,000 tons per year in 2000. In 2009,
Reuters reported Vietnamese coffee exports at "an estimated 1.13 million tonnes" for the previous year, stating that coffee was second only to rice in value of agricultural products exported from Vietnam.

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Black İvor Espresso Coffee 250 gr. (Coffee)
Black İvor Espresso Coffee 250 gr.

Ten years in the making, Black Ivory Coffee is created through a process whereby coffee beans are naturally refined by Thai elephants at the Golden Elephant Triangle Foundation in Chiang Saen, northern Thailand.  It begins with selecting the best Thai Arabica beans that have been picked from an altitude as high as 1500 meters. Once deposited by the elephants, the individual beans are hand-picked by the Mahouts and their wives and then sun-dried and roasted.  Approximately 10,000 beans are picked for each kilogram of roasted coffee; thus, 33 kilograms of coffee cherries are required to produce just one kilogram of Black Ivory Coffee.

Why does this process improve the taste of the coffee?

Research by Dr. Marcone at the University of Guelph indicates that during digestion, the enzymes of the elephant break down coffee protein. Since protein is one of the main factors responsible for bitterness in coffee, less protein means almost no bitterness. As well, in contrast to carnivores, herbivores such as elephants use much more fermentation for digestion. Fermentation is desirable in coffee as it helps to impart the fruit from the coffee pulp into the bean.

Do elephants eat coffee beans naturally?

Yes. In times of drought, Asian elephants are attracted to coffee plantations as many of them are irrigated and the elephants are drawn to the various fruits (coffee and others).







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kopi luwak
100% Pure Wild Authentic Kopi Luwak Coffee 250 gr. (Coffee)
The Luwak (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) denizen of the coffee (kopi) plantations of Java, Sumatra, and Sulawesi eats only ripest coffee cherries.  Unable to digest the coffee beans, the Luwak graciously deposits them on the jungle floor where they are eagerly collected by locals.  The stomach acids and enzymatic action involved in this unique fermentation process produces the beans for the world's rarest coffee beverage.

No returns are accepted, so please ask all questions before you purchase.

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Livas Coffee
Livas coffee 250 gr. (Coffee)
Livas coffee.





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yemen coffee
Yemen coffee 250 gr. (Coffee)
Yemen coffee 250 gr.


Yemen coffees are processed as they have been for centuries. All Yemen Mochas are dry or natural coffees, dried with the fruit still attached to the beans.
After the fruit and bean have dried, the shriveled fruit husk is removed by millstone, which accounts for the rough, irregular look of Yemen beans.


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santa clara coffee
Santa Clara coffee 250 gr. (Coffee)
Santa Clara coffee.





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