Aromas: honey and chocolate
Pure origine coffee from Lobodis, Guatemala, grows in volcanic terrain on the mountain slopes in the middle of wildlife. Most of the coffee growers are descendants of Mayans who are able to walk and work in difficult terrain. Coffee beans grown in accordance with the principles of fair trade are 100 % arabica. In medium-bodied roasted coffee, both honey and chocolate aromas can be detected.
Guatemala coffee beans, pure origine 1 kg
This medium-bodied Fairtrade coffee with honey and chocolate aromas is grown in southwestern Guatemala, in the Chimaltenango region. Coffee bushes grow at an altitude of 1,500 to 2,000 meters in volcanic highlands that are largely in a wild state. Fertile soil and heavy rainfall create favorable growing conditions for coffee bushes. Coffee growers are for the most part descendants of the ancient Mayans, for whom difficult terrain does not present problems. Arabica coffee beans are picked by hand and carefully selected.
Preparation: Espresso machine, grinding by hand or by machine.
Dosage: 7-10 g or 1 tablespoon of ground coffee per cup.
Package size: 1 kg, 140 cups.
Storage: preferably an opaque and airtight jar protected from light.
Sorting: used coffee beans can be recycled as biowaste. The packaging is disposed of with incinerated waste.
|Weight||1000 g (gramma)|
Full box: 6
Energy: 0 g Fat: 0 g of which saturated: 0 g Carbohydrates: 0 gbuy sugar: 0 g Protein: 0 g Salt: 0 g Fiber:
Dilettante coffee consumer (verified owner) -
Stupid me, I've (=in my own little head) always imagined that I was only a fan of Peruvian coffee. Now this Guatemalan coffee hit first off the board and then with the mug. Unbelievably tasty coffee, and this is what is going down the drain with the job.