Central American Coffee Beans

Central American coffee is world-famous for its quality and varied flavours. Costa Rica produces fine wet-processed coffee that’s mostly mild, sweet and bright. Honduran coffee provides a great base for blending and is generally low in acidity and of the sweeter persuasion with distinct caramel flavours. Nicaraguan coffee is a lovely, mild coffee with a light acidity, best for dark roasting and blending. Mexican coffee beans are generally light bodied and nutty tasting but can also be heavier with a bright acidity and overtones of chocolate. Guatemala is home to diverse growing regions thanks to its perfect soil, climate and altitude. Huehuetenango comes from the north highland and is famous for its exceptional quality and distinct acidity and fruity flavours.

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  1. Limited Edition NEW Speciality
    Costa Rica El Cipres Coffee

    Costa Rica El Cipres Coffee

    £4.75
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    3
  2. RFA
    Costa Rica Hacienda Aquiares SHB  Rainforest Alliance Coffee

    Costa Rica Hacienda Aquiares SHB Rainforest Alliance Coffee

    £4.40
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    Medium
    3

    Taste

    Costa Rican Coffees are characterized by good acidity and a tangy aroma combined with full-bodied richness. They are prized for their bright citrus or berry-like flavours in the acidity, with distinct nut-to-chocolate roasty flavours. This coffee has a high citrus-like acidity with a smooth, medium body, making it a perfect example of a Costa Rican. Starting gently, it becomes more flavoursome and ends with a superb bright acidity. If you are a fan of typical South Americans, you will love this new crop coffee.

    Facts

    Hacienda Aquiares has 1,667 acres planted with coffee, mixed with native shade trees, while 381 acres (150 hectares) are protected natural forest. Hacienda Aquiares, the largest coffee farm in Costa Rica, lies on the beautiful and fertile slopes of the Turrialba volcano, and is nestled between the Aquiares and Turrialba Rivers. Hacienda Aquiares has been certified by the Rainforest Alliance. This ecolabel ensures that forests are protected, rivers, soils and wildlife conserved, and workers treated with respect, paid fairly, properly equipped and given access to education and medical care.

    Costa Rican coffee has set the standards for fine wet-processed coffee for the rest of Central and South America. High altitudes produce better quality beans and the best Costa Rican coffee beans are grown above 3,900 feet and designated as "strictly hard bean".

  3. Limited Edition Speciality
    El Salvador Finca Santa Leticia Coffee

    El Salvador Finca Santa Leticia Coffee

    £5.00
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    Medium
    3

    Taste

    This beautiful, fully washed, sun-dried coffee brings out elegant aromas of honey, caramel and walnut with hints of rose. When tasting, on first sip we found this to be a sweet, mild coffee with moderate complexities followed by a mellow milk chocolate after taste. A genuinely luxurious coffee to be drunk throughout the day like an afternoon tea.

    Facts

    The Santa Leticia Estate has been run by the Valdivieso family for generations high in the Apaneca-llamatepec mountains in the North West of El Salvador. It was the current owner, Ricardo Valdivieso's great grandfather, who purchased the farm in 1870 and named it after his wife, Leticia. A lot of love and knowledge goes into this coffee.

    Grown at a height of 1200-1750 metres above sea level, the farm is also an archaeological site, complete with Mayan artefacts.

  4. Best Seller
    Guatemalan SHB Bojangles Coffee

    Guatemalan SHB Bojangles Coffee

    £4.40
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    Medium
    3

    Taste

    This coffee is sweet in aromatics with a fruity start reminiscent of plums and cherry, petering out to a milk chocolate finish. Its refreshing taste makes it a particularly good morning coffee as well as being a great all-rounder.

    Facts

    This fully-washed Guatemalan is from the north highlands, home to exceptional coffees with distinct acidity and fruited flavours. Thanks to the dry, hot winds that blow into the mountains from Mexico’s Tehuantepec plain, the region is protected from frost, allowing cultivation from 1350 feet above sea level.

    Guatemala is one of the worlds top coffee origins and the eighth largest producer. This relatively small country boasts the most climatically diverse regions in the world. The soil, rainfall, humidity, altitude, and temperature are varied enough to produce seven distinct types of Guatemala Arabica coffee which are well-known and highly rated.

  5. NEW Speciality
    Honduras Aruco Coffee

    Honduras Aruco Coffee

    £4.50
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  6. NEW
    Honduras Coffee Bundle

    Honduras Coffee Bundle

    £7.00
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    Strong
    2
    We have combined two of our favourite Honduras coffees to create this tasty Honduras coffee bundle. Try our new speciality Honduras Aruco coffee and our FTO Honduras COMSA Marcala coffee.
  7. Fairtrade NEW Organic
    Honduras FTO COMSA Marcala Coffee

    Honduras FTO COMSA Marcala Coffee

    £4.50
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    4
    A wonderful example of Fairtrade Organic Honduras coffee - full of flavours of caramel, milk chocolate and stone fruits.
  8. Honduras SHG Finca Monte Cristo Coffee

    Honduras SHG Finca Monte Cristo Coffee

    £3.85
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    Strong
    4
    If you're after a tasty chocolatey coffee - this is the one for you!
  9. Speciality
    Mexican Siltepec El Jaguar Coffee

    Mexican Siltepec El Jaguar Coffee

    £4.85
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    Medium
    4
  10. Limited Edition Speciality
    Panama Boquete Barú Indian High Estate coffee

    Panama Boquete Barú Indian High Estate coffee

    £5.50
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    Strong
    3

    Taste

    This coffee is just fantastic, smooth and clean with a velvety mouth feel of chocolate and soft, sweet citrus notes.

    Facts

    Panama Barú Indian High Estate coffees are grown in the Boquete region of Western Panama. Barú Indian High Estate is one of several coffee farms located around the slopes of Volcan Barú near the Costa Rican border.

    The Anselmito Estate was purchased by the Perez Balladares family around 1992-1993 from original property owners, the Watson family. It is located in the Horqueta region and offers Typica and Catuai varietals. Most of the trees were originally planted by the first owners. The estate has its own wellspring that runs throughout the area and the location offers breathtaking views of the Barú Volcano and the main square of the city of Boquete. It is also home to numerous wildlife species due to the large amount of shade given by the trees.

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