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Galapagos Island El Cafetal San Cristobal koffie

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€7,50

  • Extremely rare coffee
  • Lush, sweet taste
  • Medium-dark roast
  • Single origin
  • 100% whole arabica beans with lush, sweet taste

    These Galapagos San Cristobal coffee beans are 100% whole arabica beans with a lush, sweet taste. The coffee beans have a delicious caramel aroma, with subtle notes of tobacco and leather. In the cup, this coffee is mild and clear, with hints of chocolate and lime.

    Single origin coffee from the Galapagos Islands

    This single origin coffee is cultivated and processed at the El Cafetal estate, on the island San Cristobal in the Galapgos Islands. A rich volcanic soil, moist climate and pure spring water from the mountains provide the ideal growth conditions for hard, concencentrated coffee beans.

    Harvested with respect for fauna and flora

    On the Galapagos Island a total restriction on the use of chemical pesticides is in force. The coffee farmer in El Cafetal greatly respect the preservation of native shadow trees. These are indispensable for creating a bird-friendly habitat.

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Galapagos Island El Cafetal San Cristobal koffie

100 gr / 1

€7,50

  • 100% whole arabica beans with lush, sweet taste

    These Galapagos San Cristobal coffee beans are 100% whole arabica beans with a lush, sweet taste. The coffee beans have a delicious caramel aroma, with subtle notes of tobacco and leather. In the cup, this coffee is mild and clear, with hints of chocolate and lime.

    Single origin coffee from the Galapagos Islands

    This single origin coffee is cultivated and processed at the El Cafetal estate, on the island San Cristobal in the Galapgos Islands. A rich volcanic soil, moist climate and pure spring water from the mountains provide the ideal growth conditions for hard, concencentrated coffee beans.

    Harvested with respect for fauna and flora

    On the Galapagos Island a total restriction on the use of chemical pesticides is in force. The coffee farmer in El Cafetal greatly respect the preservation of native shadow trees. These are indispensable for creating a bird-friendly habitat.