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Java Santos Espresso Coffee is a combination of Coffees from Java, Indonesia, and Brazil in South America. The Java Coffee used in its making is full-roasted, while the Brazilian Santos Coffee is medium-roasted, with blending occurring following the roasting stage. All of our Coffees are roasted using the latest state-of-the-art Neuhaus Neotec fluidised air-bed system, which primarily uses convection heat transfer to roast the beans. It is an efficient method of roasting and produces both quality and consistency with every bean.
The blending of Java Santos Espresso Coffee following the roasting, however, fuses two separate flavour profiles together, thus creating complexity. Ultimately, our Java Santos Espresso Coffee boasts smoothness with a traditional espresso kick! In 2015, our Java Santos Espresso Coffee garnered much attention from Coffee Houses nationwide. Little has changed today, with Java Santos Espresso Coffee continuing to soar in popularity.
However, the question begs: why is Java Santos Espresso Coffee so sought-after? For the answer to that, one must look at this Coffee's sources - Brazil and Java. With the former, it is important to note that Brazil produces a third of the world's Coffee, while also being the world's largest producer and exporter. The country grows Coffee at an average elevation of 1,100 metres, which is significantly lower than many neighbouring South American countries. Harvesting takes place between May and September, producing, on average, 40 to 60 million bags for exportation. In 2016 alone, Brazil produced a remarkable 2,595,000 metric tons of Coffee.
Java, meanwhile, is almost equally prestigious within the global Coffee industry. In fact, Coffees from Indonesia as a whole are nearly always delectable. Today, the entire country's Coffee plantations cover an estimated 1.24 million hectares, most of which cater to the Arabica beans with some growing Robusta beans. Smallholder farmers make up around 90% of Indonesia's Coffee-growing workforce, most of whom own 1 to 2 hectares each. Nevertheless, Java is Indonesia's largest Coffee producer, as well as being one of the oldest. Most Arabica Coffee Beans originating from Java are stored for two to three years to allow them to develop a fuller, richer taste.
Our Java Santos Espresso Coffee is the product of two highly-revered Coffee-growing regions colliding to create something both extraordinary and unique. It brings to light the vastness and versatility of the world of Coffee all from the comfort of one's own home. After all, a Coffee should be more than just a drink. One gets no less than just that with our remarkable and scrumptious Java Santos Espresso Coffee.
Origin: Java, Indonesia, Asia, and Brazil, South America.
Time of DayBreakfast, Afternoon
CountryMore Than One Origin