Grinded Arabica for Nescafé Dolce Gusto and Nespresso - Colombia Medellin Supremo - 1 Kg

Grinded Arabica for Nescafé Dolce Gusto and Nespresso - Colombia Medellin Supremo - 1 Kg

Grinded Arabica for Nescafé Dolce Gusto and Nespresso - Colombia Medellin Supremo - 1 Kg

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Product Code: COL35
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Freshly ground Monorigine coffee for espresso machines.

It can be enjoyed with all home manual espresso machines. If you have a Nescafé Dolce Gusto or Nespresso espresso machine, you can find refillable capsules for these machines here.

The coffee is ground on the same day of shipment to ensure maximum freshness and aroma enjoyment. The thermal sealing of the aluminum bag ensures perfect preservation until it's opened and consumed.
Colombia is famous for its excellent and consistent coffees. The Colombian "Medellin Supremo" coffee is renowned worldwide. The Medellin type is grown in Cordillera Central and distributed through the city of Medellin. It is known for its rich and full-bodied flavor, with tones of hazelnut and chocolate. The "supremo" bean is considered the finest coffee bean in Colombia.

This is probably the most well-known Colombian coffee, thanks to its particularly sweet taste. It is easily digestible, with a delicate flavor, medium acidity, and a light hazelnut taste. This coffee is exported under the supervision of the "Federación Nacional de Cafeteros." Its sweet aroma makes it ideal for a mid-morning or mid-afternoon break.

Our coffees benefit from an important characteristic: artisan roasting, where only through experience and human control can the optimal roast level be selected. The success of roasting lies in the balance achieved between time and temperature.

Notes on South American Coffee


The introduction of coffee to South America dates back to the 1700s, by Dutch and French colonies.
Subsequently, coffee seeds were smuggled and transported to Brazil. Today, coffee is grown in many South American countries, thanks to its favorable climatic conditions.

Their slight acidity and the classic taste of typical Arabica coffee distinguish the products from this region. They are generally considered as coffees with vibrant flavors and a distinct aftertaste.

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