Cuban coffee espresso beans, fresh from the roaster
Origin & Flavour
The Caribbean produces excellent quality coffee thanks to the trade winds. These circulate from the Atlantic and cools the tropical, humid climate. The Sierra Maestra mountain range is rich in copper, manganese, chromium and iron which gives the beans their unique flavour profile. The coffee is grown in natural shade and harvested from July to December. It is wet processed before gently and naturally dried in the sun.
How to best enjoy your Cuban coffee
In the cup Cuban coffee can be taken with or without milk and has a pleasantly smooth creamy body. A nice touch of sweetness gives a finishing touch to this exclusive cuban experience.
For an authentic cuban experience, prepare your espresso. Add the first few drops of the brewing coffee to a small pan with a couple of tablespoons of sugar. Whisk until sugar and espresso combines into a creamy paste. Add the rest of the espresso and stir gently. Serve and enjoy.
Cuba Serrano, THE best selling single origin (3 for £15) coffee
With its velvety caramel flavouring and a fine touch of sweetness, our Cuba Serrano is the best seller out of all our single origin coffee beans. The beans are farmed at an elevation of 1000m meaning they are perfect for a medium/high roasting process.
What does Single Origin Coffee mean?
When a coffee is labelled as “single origin coffee”, the coffee has been grown and sourced from one single geographic origin. This can be a specific farm or country. The “opposite” to a single origin would be a coffee blend. To the consumer, the single origin option allows the drinker to expect more of the characteristics associated with the specific origin.