Some countries of the world are known for their exceptional growing conditions and, as a result, have specific roasting requirements. These details transform the beans you know and love into something special, which is why we seek to highlight these options for all our customers.
With a distinct flavour, Brazilian beans are known for their low acidity. Once brewed, they can be described as smooth-bodied and sweet with notes of chocolate, caramel, and nuttiness.
The conditions in Italy are insufficient to grow the coffee plant. However, the country is known for its unique process of roasting, which is one of the most popular varieties of our coffee beans for wholesale. Scents of toasted bread and caramel are sure to arise from a brewed cup, with a mellow taste and full mouth feel.
Ethiopia is the country where coffee beans were first grown. Ethiopian beans tend to envelop the senses. Expect a higher acidity but also sweetness, with hints of jasmine and citrus flavours and olfactories.
A 100% arabica creation, these beans are slightly acidic with a balance of sweetness and aromas. Expect notes of dark cocoa, malt and caramel. Unique to this blend, a hint of walnut settles on the tongue as an aftertaste.
With medium acidity and sweetness, Guatemalan beans set themselves apart from the rest. On the palate, coffee lovers will appreciate the orange aftertaste with scents of chocolate.
Grown at high altitudes, these beans are known for their mild flavour and fruity taste. With a higher acidity, Panamanian beans have a tea-like body which some prefer compared to stronger roasts with lighter tastes.