A skilful blend of carefully selected Arabica beans from Central and South America, Africa and India, combined with a gentle roasting process, allows you to experience the full splendour of this coffee’s mild, well-balanced flavour and the exciting depth of its aroma, which features a hint of nut.

Taste intensity
Medium grind

Brewing method

Brewing method

Best used with: Semi-automatic coffee machine. We recommend using 2–3 teaspoons of ground coffee for a 150 ml cup.

Coffee maker
Pronged coffee machine
Turkish coffee pot
French press coffee

Mexico, Honduras, Brazil, Cameroon, India, China

Arabica grown in the fertile volcanic soils of Mexico features a soft flavour with a citrus acidity and a strong aroma that suggests a hint of dark chocolate.

High-quality coffee beans from Honduras do not have a strong flavour profile on their own; they are, however, highly regarded around the world as a component of numerous blends.

For over a century, Brazil has been the undisputed leader in terms of coffee export volumes. Brazilian Arabica has a mild flavour and is especially prized by those who prefer their coffee without the acidity.

While Cameroon was one of the world’s top ten coffee exporters in the 1980s and 1990s, a number of factors led to a significant decline in its industry. Today, the African country is actively working to revive its coffee production with the aim of regaining its former position. India was the first country outside of Africa to cultivate coffee. It all started with seven coffee beans that a pilgrim secretly smuggled out of Yemen. Indian coffee features a full-bodied flavour with hints of spice.

China’s coffee farms are much less well-known around the world than its tea plantations. However, coffee culture is gaining increasing momentum there. Local Arabicas are characterised by a full-bodied flavour and low acidity.

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