A blend of Brazilian and Central American arabicas with an Indian robusta. Full bodied and syrupy with baking chocolate, hazelnut brittle and a long, smooth finish.
The Coffee Boss Blend
A spotlight on origins
Region: Minas Gerais
Altitude: 800-1200 masl
This coffee is sourced from the state of Minas Gerais, where over one million hectares of coffee have been planted, accounting for over 50% of Brazil’s total coffee production. Thanks to relatively low growing altitudes, Brazilian coffees are generally less acidic. As a result they tend to be rounded, sweet and well-nuanced rather than big and bright.
Altitude: 500-1000 masl
Almost all coffee grown in India is shade grown and is often intercropped with other plants such as cardamom, clove and pepper. Robusta coffee from India is added to the Coffee Boss blend to give body and a lingering finish which allows the blend to cut through milk based drinks.
Altitude: 1500-2000 masl
As the birthplace of coffee, Ethiopia is teeming with unique and interesting flavours. This naturally processed coffee gives body and a fruity sweetness to the blend.
Region: Nicaragua & Honduras
Altitude: 1300-1500 masl
Washed coffees from Central America are used interchangeably depending on seasonality. These coffees lend toffee sweetness, a gentle fruity acidity and contribute to the body and balance of the blend.