Monday, September 5, 2011

Why Columbian Coffee?

Colombia is the only South American country
with both Atlantic and Pacific ports—an
invaluable aid to shipping.

The crop’s economic importance is such
that all cars entering Colombia are sprayed
for harmful bacteria.

Colombia’s origins coffee grows in the moist,
temperate foothills of the Andes, where the
combination of high altitude and moist
climate makes for an especially mild cup.
Notable Beans: Medellin, Supremo, Bogotá

The finest of the Columbian coffees is the Supremo.
This coffee is medium strength and sweet tasting
with a superlative flavor and delightful aroma.

The name Supremo comes from the size of the
bean. Supremo beans are slightly larger than the
decreasingly small Excelso, Extra, and Pasilla beans.
This coffee is truly one of a kind!

"Anytime Is Coffee Time!"

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