What is special about Colombian coffee?
Why is Colombian coffee famous for? Colombia’s coffee is world famous for its flavor and the unmistakeable mild but rich aroma that rises from every brew. That may explain why we’ve been exporting our coffee for almost 200 years and, for most of that time, it’s been our top export.
What is the taste of Colombia coffee?
The classic Colombian profile—as with other better-quality coffees from Peru, etc—brings together a mellow acidity and a strong caramel sweetness, perhaps with a nutty undertone. Sweet and medium-bodied, they have the most recognizable coffee flavor to most North Americans.
Which is stronger arabica or Colombian coffee?
Colombian coffee is a variety of Arabica coffee. Colombian coffee is exclusively grown is Colombia while “Arabica coffee” is a generic term for coffee which originated from Arabia. Colombian coffee is mild while Arabic coffee is stronger.
Is Colombian coffee healthy?
It contains Riboflavin, Pantothenic Acid, Manganese, Potassium, Magnesium and Niacin among other important nutrients. Several studies show that coffee drinkers have a much lower risk of getting type II diabetes.
Why is Colombia good for coffee?
Colombia is mountainous and has many elevated terrains that contain great soil for coffee to grow in. Along with that, the whole country features the perfect balance of rainfall and sunlight. The temperature there is excellent, perfect soil and the exact right amount of rainfall.
How do you use Colombian coffee?
1 spoon makes 1 cup of 125ml coffee. Drink hot or cold in milk or water. Add sugar as per taste. (This coffee has no sugar, no milk powder, no preservatives), Colombian Brew Coffee is inspired by Franceso Romero, a 16th century Colombian Priest that started Colombia’s coffee revolution.