This collection features coffees from the three major coffee regions: the Americas, Africa, and Asia. Taste and compare coffees from three continents!
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Colombian Jardin: Grown and processed near the city of Jardin, this coffee has balance, body, and velvety notes of caramel and chocolate. Ingredients: Colombia coffee beans
Ethiopian Yirgacheffe: Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee, and Yirgacheffe is unlike any other world coffee, with surprising notes of citrus peel and orange blossom. Ingredients: Ethiopia coffee beans
Golden Sumatra: The volcanically-enriched Sumatra soil produces coffee with a full body and a distinctive berry note. Indonesian coffees are low in acidity and gentle on the stomach. Ingredients: Sumatra coffee beans
Fun Fact: Terroir is the full context in which the coffee is grown, harvested, and processed. A coffee's terroir is more than simply location, but also soil, weather, farming practices, and overall cultivation.