Coffees from Central America

American coffees are low acidic and have nutty-chocolate notes. Their taste and aroma can be considered as „classic coffee”. If you don’t know which coffee to choose, try one of these.

Espresso Mestieri

3.70 20.91  excl. VAT
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Espresso Mestieri is a high quality mix of the best arabica from South America, Central America and Africa with an addition (20%) of Indian robusta, which empowers it.

Costa Rica Tarrazu

4.16 27.88  excl. VAT
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Costa Rica Tarrazu is a strong and intense Arabica with chocolate-nutty notes and minimal acidity. Coming from Tarrazu region, believed to be one of the best regions for coffee growing.

Guatemala Cafe Carmona

3.93 25.56  excl. VAT
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Classic Arabica from Central America with nutty-chocolate notes and low acidity. It's one of the best rated coffees in the world as it's always high quality and has an excellent balance.

Nicaragua Finca El Limoncillo

3.93 25.56  excl. VAT
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Coffee coming from the most reputable plantations in Nicaragui, very low acidity and dominant milk chocolate notes, titled "Cup of Excellence" two times.

Honduras La Campa Lempira

3.93 25.56  excl. VAT
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This coffee grows on a small farm located near Celaque national park at the foot of a mountain with the same name. It has a deep flavor and chocolate-cookie notes.

Cuba Serrano Lavado

4.16 27.88  excl. VAT
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A high quality Cuba Arabica, it has low acidity and nutty-chocolate notes with. It's cultivated on a small plantation at the foot of Sierra Maestra massif.

Mexico Esmeralda SHG EP

3.93 25.56  excl. VAT
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Esmeralda is a Bourbon Arabica. It has a sweet, a bit nutty and flowery flavor and intense, light flowery aroma. It has low acidity and balanced body. EP letters mean European market export (highest quality coffee beans).