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Medium Roast Coffee
Koffee Kult Medium Roast Coffee Beans and Ground are of the highest quality. Our medium roast coffee is less grainy than light roast coffee and has a balanced flavor, aroma, and acidity. Koffee Kult Medium Roast Coffee Beans are a combination of Brazil and Colombian coffee beans.
Surprisingly, Koffee Kult Medium Roast Coffee has more caffeine than the darker roasts. A hot cup of Koffee Kult's medium roast is not only a smooth finish, but it will also jump start your day!
Whether you are an early bird looking to for a wake-up call, an afternoon coffee indulger, or a night shift nurse, our medium roast coffee is suitable for every moment of your day.
Cupping Notes: medium brown in color, no oil on beans, smooth flavor, and balanced acidity - Medium Roast
The coffee roasting process determines the outcome of the raw coffee bean's aroma, flavor, and even texture. Medium roast coffee is a nice middle ground between a mellow, light-bodied coffee and a strong, full-bodied coffee.
This Koffee Kult Espresso blend combines coffee beans from Kenya and Central America that deliver fruity, bright flavor notes and a touch of sweetness. Eye Cracker Espresso will jumpstart your day with both extreme caffeine power and flavor.
These unique espresso beans were carefully sourced, blended, and roasted to create a cup of something special. Every sip of a frothy cappuccino or bold shot of espresso delivers a medium-bodied, bright taste that is dressed with the sweetness of tropical fruit. Soft sparks of juicy tangerine and bold cherry combine with mild hints of lemon. The espresso coffee blend is also naturally sweet with traces of simple sugar and silky caramel that erase any thought of bitterness. Discover a coffee that brings tropical fruit flavors and warm sunshine from around the world right home to your cup.
Cupping notes: Fruity, Bright Flavor, medium bodied, fruity, sweet flavors of tangerine, caramel, cherry, and mild lemon with a hint of natural sugar - medium roast
Eye Cracker Espresso is a specialty grade coffee due in part to the quality of the coffee beans, but also because it is hand roasted in small batches by an artisan coffee roaster in the USA. Our iconic Koffee Kult bag features a flat bottom for easy, stand-up storage and a unique zipper valve closure system that keeps air out and seals freshness in. Keep the bag sealed tightly to protect this awesome coffee for silky, perky cups of Eye Cracker Espresso from the first bean to the last.
Heres to the crazy coffee lovers who say Ull need coffee about 32 times a day. Don't worry, we feel you, which is why Koffee Kults Colombian Huila coffee beans are perfect for your strongest coffee desires.
Koffee Kult Colombia Huila Coffee is a handcrafted small-batch roasted coffee. We roast our coffee with a profiling process in order to ensure that each batch is consistently the same. Koffee Kult Columbia Huila Coffee beans are packaged as whole bean coffee to make sure that they keep their freshness, in a re-sealable coffee bag.
Koffee Kult Colombia Huila Coffee meets the SCAA specialty grade coffee standards. These are from Huila Colombia, which makes some of the freshest, most delicious coffee beans in the world. Some ways you can enjoy these dark coffee beans are iced, drip, espresso, pour over (Hario v60) Chemex, or Toddy cold brew.
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Cupping Notesmild cherry and caramel - roasted at medium- roasted medium
Location Small producers in the department of Huila in Southern Colombia
Altitude 1000 ‰ 1900 masl
Varieties Caturra, Castillo, and Colombia with some growing Typica
Process Fully washed
Drying Sun or mechanical if necessary
Harvest Main harvest in April and August with the Matica between December to February
This coffee comes from mostly small family-owned farms in the growing region of the department of Huila, Colombia. Most producers in this region will pick and process their own coffee at their own micro-wet mills and then dry their own coffee and deliver it to factories for dry milling, sorting and packaging. The three main regions in Huila where coffee is predominantly grown include Garzon, Pitalito, and Neiva.
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Mount Kilimanjaro, a dormant volcano in northern Tanzania, is the highest peak in Africa at 19,330 feet. Kilimanjaro's lower slopes provide fertile soil to grow Tanzania Peaberry Coffee, and the climate provides excellent conditions for coffee trees to thrive. Grown and harvested on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro near the Kenyan border, this gourmet African coffee displays many of the characteristics of Kenyan coffee, though much lighter in acidity.
Peaberry beans are small, round coffee beans with a cleft in the middle; they have a richer flavor than their oval- shaped counterparts, often rendering a livelier cup with a full body and distinguished aroma. Peaberry coffee is rare; only 10% of all coffee develops with this characteristic. As a result, peaberry coffee beans must be hand-sorted from the rest.
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Cupping Notes bright, clean and aggressively complex Roasted light-medium
Altitude 1400 to 2000 masl
Varieties Bourbon, Kents, Typica, and Blue Mountain
Bishan Fugu is an association organized around the Adinew family’s large estate, which spans from the border of the SNNP region and the Oromia region. The Hambela region is home to an estate , washing stations and collection points owned and operated by METAD Agricultural Development PLC. The family run company was a gift given to the family by emperor Selassie in honor of the matriarch, Muluembet Emiru, the first Female African Piolot. METAD is dedicated to equal employment opportunities for both men and women as well as education for the youth throughout their community, partnering with various organizations that help them to achieve these goals.
Kenya AA Top comes from family owned farms located in Kenya. The farmers deliver their harvested cherry to the processing Factory. Kenya AA coffee is grown at elevations of 4,900 to 6,800 ft, Kenya has a reputation for excellence in coffee because these gourmet coffee beans are grown on volcanic soils
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CUPPING NOTES green apple, lime, and a hint of pineapple - roasted medium
In 1960 a group of coffee producers came together to create the Naranjo Coffee Growers in order to pool their efforts for coffee processing. They purchased their own mill and implemented measures to improve coffee quality and production in addition to educating the members about sustainable farming practices and providing agricultural technical assistance. La Rosa comes from four farms located in the Naranjo district. Naranjo is divided into 29 coffee growing areas that are “blessed for coffee” enjoying ideal growing conditions - soil, altitude, rainfall, and temperature - that combine to produce a unique coffee with a delicate aroma, mild body, and pleasing taste.
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La Rosa comes from four farms located in the Naranjo district, an area that is “blessed for coffee” enjoying ideal growing conditions - soil, altitude, rainfall, and temperature - that combine to produce a unique coffee with a delicate aroma, mild body and pleasing taste
Cupping Notes:sweet cherry, orange, and cocoa - medium medium
From deep in the Costa Rican coffee plantations to the mountains of South Carolina, We bring you Mr. Coopers Fiesta en la Finca, This bold and smooth coffee blend is inspired by the wonderful times we had while visiting the coffee farms in Costa Rica. If you are looking for a well-balanced flavor with full aroma this is your blend.
Our Coffee beans are packaged as whole bean coffee to ensure optimal freshness in a resealable coffee bag. Koffee Kult Coffee uses the best specialty grade sourced beans!
Cupping notes:medium brown in color, heavy body, smooth, cinnamon, balanced acidity and bright with a long finish.
Organically sourced, fair trade coffee beans are grown in Colombia, Guatemala, Costa Rica and Sumatra which produces some of the best coffee beans in the world. Roasted in Hollywood, Florida by artisan coffee roaster Koffee Kult.
Burundi Coffee - Natural Process
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Mpanga has garnered high scores in the Burundi Cup of Excellence, including 1st and 3rd place in the 2014 COE.
The washing station was built in 2008 under the initiative of Jean-Clement Birabereye, who manages the mill and represents the farmers through the trading company SEGEC (Societe General d'exploitation et d'exportation du Cafe). Jean-Clement boasts an incredible resume, with more than 15 years of experience in milling.