South American Coffee

Home to the world’s highest waterfall (Angel Falls), the largest river (the Amazon river), and the longest mountain range (the Andes), South America, specifically¬† Brazil and Colombia, account for much of the coffee consumed world wide. The specialized climactic conditions of just the right soil, altitude, rainfall and warmth contribute to very flavorful and aromatic coffees.

Breakfast Blend
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Created for your first cup of the morning yet delicious all day through. We've used primarily Colombian for its rich flavor and body and included some Central American beans for their balance and fragrance. A nice mellow cup of Jo'.
Notes: Organic; Farm-Direct
Roast: Medium
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Brazilian
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This naturally processed Brazilian coffee comes from the Moreninha Formosa micro-lot in Cerrado, a savannah-like area in Minas Gerais. We light roast these beans to bring out their nutty, slightly chocolatey flavors with notes of blackberry sweetness.  
Roast: Light
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Colombian
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Colombia has an ecosystem filled with numerous rivers, lakes, native forests, and is the optimal area for growing coffee. Mane has visited here often.This organic, farm direct coffee in particular has aromas of brown sugar, and a clean flavor of toffee and caramel.
Notes: Organic; Farm-Direct
Roast: Medium
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