The Best Coffee Beans in the World

The Best Coffee Beans in the World
  • No.10 KENYA AA COFFEE :- The best Kenya AA coffees exhibit a full body and strong, rich taste with a pleasant acidity that some say provides the world’s brightest coffee. The aroma of Kenya AA is fragrant with floral tones while the finish is winey with berry and citrus overtones.
  • No.9 GUATEMALAN ANTIGUA COFFEE :- An exceptional premium coffee, Antigua exhibits the best Guatemala coffee qualities of a full body (heavier than the usual Central American coffee) and spicy taste often rich and velvety.
  • No.8 ETHIOPIAN YIRGACHEFFE COFFEE :- If you prefer your coffee heavy and sweet then choose a medium-dark roast or dark roast, though a medium roast allows the coffee beans’ delicate qualities to shine and enhance the bright acidity.
  • No.7 Ethiopian Harrar Coffee :- Edgy and bold, Ethiopian Harrar displays a complexity of spice tones including cardamom, cinnamon, apricots, blueberry jam, and compote. Some Harrars exhibit tones of very rich, dark chocolate. Note:-Ethiopian Harrar is currently not available on the market, so we recommend the Ethiopian Sidamo instead.
  • No. 6 Mocha Java Coffee :- See the World’s Best History of Coffee to read about how sailing ships arriving from Java Island arrived in the the great Yemen port of Mocha [Mokha] where the two types of beans became mixed in the wooden hulls of the ships creating the favored blend, a happy accident of history.
  • No.5 Sulawesi Toraja Coffee :- Toraja’s rustic sweetness and muted fruit notes create a deep and brooding taste with a pungent spicy quality similar to the best Sumatran coffees. Toraja coffee is processed using the Giling Basah wet-hull method, which produces chaff-free green coffee beans. For Toraja coffee a dark roast is recommended.
  • No.4 Sumatra Mandheling Coffee :- Darker roasts bring compliment the chocolate and fruity flavors
  • No.3 Nicaraguan Coffee :- Darker roasts bring compliment the chocolate and fruity flavors
  • No.2 Hawaii Kona Coffee :- Well-balanced with a medium body, it is clean in the cup with a bright and cheerful acidity. Kona coffee often reveals buttery as well as spicy qualities and subtle winey tones with an excellent aromatic finish.
  • No.1 Tanzania Peaberry Coffee :- A medium roast provides an aroma that is floral and complex, often exhibiting hints of pineapple, citrus, or coconut. The flavor is delicate, sometimes revealing winey notes and a velvety feeling on the palate.

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