South American Coffee Beans

York Coffee Emporium offers a wide selection of roasted South American coffee beans, all freshly roasted here in York just for you.

South American coffee beans are typically known for their light to medium body, simplicity and sharp acidity and if roasted correctly they deliver bright flavours with a clean, crisp finish. Brazil is the largest single producer of coffee and we stock the delicious Santos Brazilian coffee beans. Colombia is also famous for producing fantastic speciality coffee beans. Try some of our exciting coffees from across South America today by ordering online.

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  1. Organic Speciality
    Bolivia Organic Coroico Villa Asunsion Coffee

    Bolivia Organic Coroico Villa Asunsion Coffee

    £7.50
    Earn £0.35

     

     

     

     

     

    Coroico is situated just 1.5 hours away from La Paz (the capital and highest city) and the Altiplano, but it has a completely different climate and vegetation. At an altitude of 1700 metres, in this area of the Northern Yungas, vegetation is abundant, its bio diversity is beautiful and the climate is warm during the day and cold and foggy during the night and early morning. Coroico was a very important coffee region in the 90s but now only a handful of families continue to produce coffee here. Many Families have since moved from coffee production to cultivate other crops, largely coca. Villa Asunsion is a 15 hectare farm in Coroico where coffee is grown on a small separate, 2-3 hectare plot, alongside coca, citrus fruits, papaya, mangos, bananas and stevia. None of the farming at Villa Asunsion is performed with the use of fertilisers or chemicals. Coffee at Villa Asunsion is grown up to 1900 masl in native shade. Varieties are Caturra and Typica, with cherries ripening both red and yellow in colour. Once harvested, coffee is washed, soaked for 18 hours before being dried on raised beds.

  2. NEW RFA
    Brazil Fazenda Londrina Coffee

    Brazil Fazenda Londrina Coffee

    £5.00
    Earn £0.25
    Strong
    3

     

    Carmo Coffee is moving away from using demucilaginators for pulped natural coffees. Prior to 2016, a coffee would be pulped, then sent through a demucilaginator to remove some mucilage, and then dried.

    Now they are doing most "pulped natural" coffees as "honeys" and calling them honey. They are pulping, then going right to the patio. In addition to water savings, the resulting profile is a bit fruitier and sweeter profile that they feel ultimately will last longer for shelf life.

     


     

     

    Location: Minas Gerais
    Farm: 
    Vale De Lua
    Processing: 
    Honey
    Altitude:
     1016-1290 masl

  3. Brazil Santos  Sc 17-18 Coffee

    Brazil Santos Sc 17-18 Coffee

    £3.85
    Earn £0.15
    Strong
    4

    Taste

    A classic Brazilian coffee, sweet, smooth, subtle yet extremely pleasant. Especially delicious in an aeropress.

    Facts

    Santos is the most traditional Brazilian coffee and has been dried inside the fruit (dry-processed) so that some of the sweetness of the fruit carries into the cup. Santos is a market name referring to the port through which these coffees are traditionally shipped.

    Brazil is the world's largest coffee producer and also the most complex, delivering mass produced coffees that rank among the world's cheapest to elegant coffees prized as the world's finest origins for espresso brewing. Brazil's internal consumption of coffee is also increasing and is expected to overtake that of the USA (The current largest world consumer) in the next few years.

  4. NEW Speciality
    Colombia Antioquia Decaffeinated Coffee

    Colombia Antioquia Decaffeinated Coffee

    £5.90
    Earn £0.25
    Strong
    2

    Taste

    This coffee is truly remarkable, if you didn’t know it was decaffeinated you really would not be able to tell! Trick your guests or even treat yourself to a truly beautiful cup of this amazing Colombian coffee.

    Massive notes of toffee come through this brilliant coffee, with subtle sweet flavours of fudge, Brazil nuts and a soft creamy body.

    What we have found really phenomenal about this particular cup, is that despite being a decaf, there are so many incredible flavours that burst through, with its creamy rich body, full of delicious toffee fudge and Brazil nuts, the coffee still holds a lovely subtle acidity and all together brings a wonderful flavour profile that any coffee drinker would be happy to sip.

    Facts

    Antioquia department is situated in the North-West of Colombia, with the main city in the area being Medellin.

    This region was the first to grow coffee in Colombia and is also where the FNC was created. Antioquia also produces the most of any region in Colombia, with around 130,000 hectares of coffee.

  5. NEW Speciality
    Colombia El Danubio Coffee

    Colombia El Danubio Coffee

    £6.50
    Earn £0.30
    Strong
    3
    Taste El Danubio is an amazing coffee scoring 87.5 at our cupping and firmly placing it as one of our best speciality coffees. It's dry fragrance belts out sweet toffee & praline then once the brewing begins it's aroma is mesmerizing candied almonds. To taste this coffee is refreshingly smooth with subtle notes of sweet lemon and pear acidity that develop into a creamy, buttery mouthfeel concluding with a lingering nutty caramel aftertaste. A true ambassador of specialty Colombian coffee! Facts This speciality coffee comes from ethically strong direct trade suppliers who offer farmers a better price for their product. El Danubio is a 10 hectare farm located near the town of Plandes in the South of Tolima, grown at an altitude of 1805m. The coffee profile here is sweeter and heavier in body than neighbouring Huila.
  6. Emporium Favourite Speciality
    Peru Tunki Coffee

    Peru Tunki Coffee

    £5.50
    Earn £0.25
    Strong
    4

    Taste

    This is a delightfully smooth, full-bodied and complex coffee, with a delicious floral aroma, citrusy orange snap and delicate chocolate flavours. It is superb both black or with milk.

    Facts

    Shade-grown in the Peruvian Andes at an altitude of 1600-1800 metres amongst the most beautiful flora and fauna of the Tambopata Valley, this coffee is traditionally farmed and produced without the use of pesticides or chemicals. The coffee beans are first fed and washed by pure spring waters and then harvested by hand by local indigenous Quechuan and Aymara speaking families who have worked the area for generations in harmony with the land. The farmers enjoy the benefits of working as a cooperative which provides much-needed annual funds and training on how to organically enhance farming conditions as well as providing a stable market for their coffee and a guarantee that a fair price will always be achieved.

    This coffee has won several awards: in 2013 it came second out of 51 entries in the Rainforest Alliance's Cupping for Quality, held at the Speciality Coffee Association of America (SCAA) Lab in Long Beach California. In 2012 it was one of the best coffees of the year in the Roasters Guild Competition. It won first place in the National CafA expo awards in Lima and was the coffee used by the third place winner in the UK barista final.

  7. Limited Edition
    South & Central America Selection Pack

    South & Central America Selection Pack

    £20.00
    Earn £1.00

    For those who love their coffee smooth, chocolatey and full of caramel flavour, this is the perfect selection pack for you. We've picked what we feel are the best of our South American and Central American coffees to delight your taste buds.

    • Brazil Fazenda: - a sweet and complex flavour expect cocoa and plum/berry notes
    • Peru Tunki: - a delicious floral aroma, citrusy orange snap and delicate chocolate flavours
    • Guatemalan Bojangles: - a fruity start reminiscent of plums and cherry then peters out to a milk chocolate finish
    • Panama: - smooth and clean with a velvety mouth feel of chocolate and soft, sweet citrus notes
    • Honduras Monte Cristo: - cocoa notes and slight hints of nutmeg and licorice

    Our South and Central Selection Pack includes 5 x 200g bags of coffee.

    Choose whole bean or the grind of your choice.

    Seasonal changes may result in selection pack coffees changing without notice. We endeavour to replace any out of stock coffee with the closest match we have.

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