27 HOME BLEND BRAZIL + ETHIOPIA
27 HOME BLEND BRAZIL + ETHIOPIA
27 HOME BLEND BRAZIL + ETHIOPIA
27 HOME BLEND BRAZIL + ETHIOPIA

27 HOME BLEND BRAZIL + ETHIOPIA

€12,00
Tax included.
Size: 250g
250g
1kg
Product description

Locals 27 home blend is a real all-rounder. The Brazilian beans provide the body, and the nutty and sweet notes whilst the Ethiopian beans provided a kick of freshness. This organic blend is delicious on is also great with milk.

Shipping & Return

We ship to all of Europe and most countries worldwide. At checkout your possibilities and shipping costs will be calculated. Please be aware that all duty costs incurred will be at your own expense (including to the UK), unfortunately we can not advise you about these fees. Shipping times can be delayed due to worldwide hold ups.

At the moment we are not able to offer returns, so make sure to be certain of your purchase. If your product is faulty we will of course find a solution, so please send an email to info@localscoffee.nl within 2 days of receiving your item.

Product reviews

BRAZIL Fazenda Minamihara


Producer Getulio Minamihara
Variety Mundo Novo, Red and Yellow Catuai, Obatã, Yellow Bourbon, Tupi
Growth height 900m

Coffee production in Ethiopia is a longstanding tradition which dates back dozens of centuries. Ethiopia is where Coffea arabica, the coffee plant, originates. The plant is now grown in various parts of the world; Ethiopia itself accounts for around 3% of the global coffee market. As the 5th largest producer of Arabica coffee beans in the world, coffee from Ethiopia undergoes rigorous processing to maintain a premium-grade quality of the coffee. Such processing methods that Ethiopians use are dry-processing and wet processing.

ETHIOPIA Refisa


Producer Refisa wet mill
Variety Native Ethiopian
Growth height 1850-2000m

Brazil is the world's leading grower and exporter of coffee beans, with a mellow flavor that makes for a very typical strong taste. Roughly a third of the world's coffee comes from Brazil, and it makes sense – the climate is ideal for growing flavorful, rich coffee beans. Not too acidic, Brazilian coffee is often nutty and chocolatey. The most common Brazilian varieties are Bourbon, Catuaí, Acaiá and Mundo Novo. The sub-varieties are Yellow and red Bourbon, Yellow and Red Catuaí, Topázio and others. Brazilian coffee beans preserve distinct features of added varieties, specifically known for creating a great espresso experience!

ROASTING PROCESS

We roast our coffees on a very modern and energy-efficient roaster: a Loring Kestrel S35. The gas consumption is 80% lower than a burner of comparable capacity.

100% ORGANIC: We select and roast only the finest certified organic coffees, with traceable origins for which we pay a fair price.