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  • Held in high regard by purists around the world who consider the Arabica bean as the gourmet coffee of choice. The Arabica is grown by generations of family farmers, passing knowledge and wisdom down through the family tree. It’s this understanding of cultivation technique, coupled with the rich soil and tropical climate of the region that has produced a taste which has a deep body with low acidity.

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    Cracking Joe Single Origin Coffee Brewing Guide

  • It could be the altitude, it could be the soil, it could be the climate, it could be the love and attention of the farmers, but it’s probably the combination of all 4 that gives Inca Joe Single Origin Peruvian Arabica its unusually crisp, fruity and yet deep flavour. For best results use Inca Joe in a cafetiere/french press/Chemex. Even though we are not fans of using a single origin as espresso, Inca Joe will make a very nice light alternative espresso treat to keep your tastebuds on their toes.

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    Cracking Joe Single Origin Coffee Brewing Guide

  • The essential over breakfast coffee. Our Kenyan Mountain blend has the right amount of acidity and flavour to make your start to the day a great one. Ideally suited to French Press/Chemex/Filter, this coffee has a premium flavour without the price point of its parent Arabica seed origin, Blue Mountain Jamaica. There was a time when this coffee was sold as Blue Mountain but this is no longer permitted as it isn’t grown in Jamaica. The irony here is that while Blue Mountain Jamaica still produces great coffee, this Kenyan Mountain coffee, is now considered by many coffee purists to be of higher quality and superior taste. This is widely attributed to the skills of the Kenyan coffee farmers continually striving to improve the coffee year after year.

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    Cracking Joe Single Origin Coffee Brewing Guide

  • There is only one place on the planet that offers this innovative and ecologically viable non-chemical caffeine removal, and that is Swiss Water Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The thing is, we could offer a cheaper decaf coffee that has gone through a chemical process but what would be the point? You wouldn’t like it (we don’t), and if you really enjoy coffee but for whatever reason do not want the caffeine, then why should you compromise on flavour? The Swiss Water Process is unparalleled in the decaf world – checkout the video below the tasting guide to see how they do it.

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    Cracking Joe Single Origin Coffee Brewing Guide

     

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