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Chocolate, marzipan, fruit. Lots of sweetness, little acidity.
Certified organic espresso:
from non-EU agriculture
[Peru, India, Honduras]
Name and design have changed, but the excellent Copperblend taste remains! Dark espressos often go in a rather classic, tart direction and rarely are fruity flavours to be tasted. So we thought: why should we do that? Let's just do it! And after some tasting, our Organic Espresso Blend was born!
Our chocolatey, fruity, certified organic representative in the dark espresso line consists of 100% organically grown green coffees. Developed for lovers of classic roasts, and especially suitable for fully automatic and portafilter machines.
In addition to the espresso blend, we have created a second all-rounder that is easy to handle and very well-balanced in taste, with a subtle fruity note. In this blend, we owe the fruity note to a naturally processed Arabica from Honduras, which brings with it the taste of berries and wild berries. The base is a washed coffee from Peru and the special kick is brought by the washed Indian Robusta! Have fun brewing our organic espresso blend!
This organic espresso includes:
Also like to try the lighter Organic Café Crème or the more classic Espresso Blend.
You can find out more about the certification of organic coffee beans on our blog.
All our coffees are traceable back to the farm. We work exclusively with importers who share our values. Only ecologically, economically and socially sustainable coffee enters our roaster.
We always buy our coffee seasonally. Our range changes several times a month to always roast the freshest beans. We want each coffee to highlight the specificity of its terroir.
Roasting is a craft and that's how we practice it. Our roasting team around the German Roastmaster of 2018, Kilian Seger, invests a lot of time in profile development and quality control.