Delizia Speciality Blend a bright cup with citrus and stone fruit notes, a good body with mild caramel aromas, slightly nutty undertones finishing with a spicy chocolate finish.
So Whats in Delizia Speciality Blend
Ethiopian Coffee from the region of Djimmah, a mixture of small holder’s farms and varietals which are most likely to be intercropped with other local fruits or vegetables. The natural processing of the coffee from this region allows for a full-bodied cup combined with the altitude it is grown at as well as the shade the covers the crops whilst growing provides a fruity acidity.
Costa Rica is one of the most unique Central American coffee origins, sometimes referred to as the heaven for coffee lovers. With ideal temperatures, high altitude and rich volcanic soil and the mostly predictable rainfall Costa Rica only washed Arabica. Coffee stems from consumption within the native community and is a major source of income for the Costa Rican population, taking pride in the unique balance of flavour, aroma, acidity and body that comes from their crops.
An interesting arabica coffee due to the low altitude it grows at, a mixture of varietals, Bourbon and Catuai, in the typical natural processed method of a Brazilian Coffee. Being the biggest producer of coffee in the world, most of the vast estates use mechanical stripping due to the physical amount that needs harvesting. Even with the lower altitude of this coffee growing region the soils, regional climate and typical forecasted temperatures allow for the coffee to thrive, and in combination of the processing method allows for the beans to provide the generic profiles of a brazil; chocolate, nuts and caramel.
Typically Indian, are selectively handpicked once fully ripe. The plantations usually operate under natural shade in open conditions to allow for uniformity when it comes to grading the beans. With a low altitude for growing Robusta, it thrives in all of the main growing regions due to the combination of the sunlight and shade as well as rainfall and fertile soil conditions. The majority of Indian Coffee Farmers intercrop with their coffee plantations growing pepper, cardamom and other spices.