Coffees Of Latin America
Each sip of this gourmet coffee is an unforgettable experience. Of round body and a touch of slightly spicy, its taste is fine and slightly floral.
Of arabica variety, type maragogype. Top quality in the cup, has an aromatic taste and creamy. One of the preferred by japanese and americans.
This coffee is characterized by its light and pleasant aroma, as well as its smooth acidity and an intense taste, nutty. Low caffeine content.
Recognized at the global level, the coffee Maui occurs in small quantities, so that it is very much appreciated. Mild flavor, with notes of chocolate.
Coffee really nice, with the body of acidity and elegant fruity taste, with hints of chocolate and caramel. Classified as a superior coffee of Guatemala.
This coffee is characterized by its fine acidity and a touch fruity, with noticeable notes of cocoa. Its aroma is complex and rich.
Its nutty taste and notes of citrus make this coffee, which grows in lands where only quality coffee, is unparalleled.
Rated as one of the best coffees of the world by teachers coffee, this coffee is recognized internationally for its acidity, aromatic.
Classified within the 'Colombia supreme', this decaffeinated surprised by its aroma is expressive, and his body full of flavor. Soft and balanced.
Belonging to the top range of coffees called gourmet, it is of type arabica beans and has a chocolate flavor and floral touches.
After a careful manual process, you get a balanced coffee of soft body, whose taste reminiscent of nuts, chocolate and hazelnut.
One of the most famous cafés of Brazil. Source Brasilia, is characterized by being soft and aromatic, with an aftertaste of chocolate.