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What is the difference between Colombian coffee and regular coffee?
Colombian coffee can be made to be stronger than regular, non-Colombian coffee, but in general it is typically weaker.Lower quality beans tend to turn into a bitter brew at higher concentrations, but Colombian coffee maintains its integrity of flavor, even when pushed through more rigorous and intense brewing methods.
It’s lower in acidity cold brew coffee is over 67% less acidic than hot brewed coffee.It’s sweeter and smoother – Because the coffee grounds aren’t exposed to high temps, cold brew coffee usually tastes more flavorful and less bitter.
3,00€ | 4,00€
Filter coffee V60
The V60 Coffee Dripper (also referred to as the V60 Coffee Maker) is made by Hario. The name stems from the shape of the device.Filter paper is inserted into the V shape and coffee grounds placed within the filter paper. The brewed coffee then drips into your cup, delivering a great coffee.
1,50€ | 3,00€
Coffee from Ethiopia is known for its bright fruited and floral flavors. These coffees typically have a higher acidity, light to medium body and complex flavor notes. The beans are either washed or naturally processed. The processing method used (2) has a huge impact on the final taste of the coffee.
what you prefer?
with Guatemala blend coffee milk and ice.
with Africa blend coffee.
with Ethiopia blend coffee milk and ice.
What does Guatemala coffee taste like?
Coffee beans grown in Guatemala typically have tasting notes indicating a full body and a rich chocolatey-cocoa flavor, and a toffee-like sweetness.