Organic Sabor de Segovia
Organic Sabor de Segovia
Sabor de Segovia is a symphony of flavors, expertly roasted to bring out its rich, bold, and smooth notes. Every sip is an invitation to slow down, savor the moment, and bask in the warmth of a beautiful community. Whether you're sipping it on your porch in the morning sun or sharing it with friends over a good conversation, this is a cup full of love and care.
Washed Single Origin - Certified Organic
THE COORS LIGHT OF COFFEE! THIS HIDDEN GEM WE DISCOVERED IN NICARAGUA IS EASY TO DRINK, REFRESHING, AND GOES DOWN EASY LIKE THIS GUY.
Frequently Asked Questions
WHAT’s THE SHELF LIFE?
If stored properly, whole coffee beans can last for several months, if not longer. To extend the shelf life of your beans, it is important to store them in an airtight container, away from light and heat, and in a cool, dry place. It is also a good idea to keep the beans in the whole bean form until you are ready to use them, and to grind the beans just before brewing for the best flavor and aroma.
What is the difference between washed and natural coffee?
Washed and natural coffee are two different processing methods used to prepare coffee beans for roasting. Here are the key differences between the two:
- Washed Coffee: Washed coffee, also known as wet-processed coffee, involves removing the outer layers of the coffee cherry, including the skin and pulp, through a series of washing and fermentation steps. This process typically results in a cleaner and brighter flavor profile with higher acidity and clarity in the cup. Washed coffee tends to have a more consistent flavor profile, making it a popular choice among specialty coffee roasters and baristas.
- Natural Coffee: Natural coffee, also known as dry-processed coffee, involves drying the coffee cherries with the beans still inside, typically in the sun. The cherries are periodically turned to ensure even drying, which can take several weeks. Once the cherries are fully dry, the beans are hulled to remove the dried fruit and parchment. Natural coffee tends to have a more pronounced fruitiness and sweetness with a heavier body, lower acidity, and more complex flavor profile. Natural coffee is often associated with coffee-producing regions in Ethiopia and Yemen.
In summary, the main differences between washed and natural coffee are the processing methods used, which can result in distinct flavor profiles. Washed coffee tends to have a cleaner, brighter flavor, while natural coffee tends to have a fruitier and sweeter flavor with a heavier body.
Should I grind my own beans?
If you don't who will? Swing by a shop and we'll be happy to grind them for ya. If at home, we suggest grabbing a grinder from the coffee gear section on the site if you don't have one. Grinding to order ensures that you can enjoy your coffee at it's peak freshness.