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The level to which the coffee was roasted.
Lower acidity gives the coffee a well balanced flavour while higher acidity gives it a more fruity characteristic.
Bitter coffees generally go well with milk.
The distinct aromas and flavours in coffee that emerge from the origin of the bean and the roasting process.
Our recommendations for coffees that work best with certain brewing methods.
Producer Series Lot 3 | RIVERDALE ESTATE
Kerehaklu Processing Sampler Pack
Variety of flavors
Raisins, Lime Zest, White Chocolate and Almonds
Plum, Red Apple and Maple Syrup
Milk Chocolate, Green Grapes, Dates
Blackcurrant, Apricot, Jackfruit
Dark Chocolate, Figs, Roasted Almond
Barrel Aged Blend
Blackcurrant, Pineapple and Toffee
Organic Rosewood Blend
Stone Fruit and Roasted Almond
Prune, Red Grape, Mausambi
M.S. Estate Organic
Grapefruit, Milk Chocolate and Cashew
Orange, Caramel, Roasted Nuts
Black Tea, Raisin, Hazelnut
Silver Oak Cafe Blend
Hazelnut, Honey and Grapes
Kalledeverapura Pulp Sun Dried
Roasted Hazelnut, Toffee, Plum
Monsoon Malabar AA
Baker's Chocolate, Nutty, Earthy
Bibi Plantation AAA
Dark Chocolate, Toffee and Lime
Strong, Cocoa, Bitter Sweet
Cocoa, Oaky, Bitter Sweet
Cold Brew Blend Bold
Dark Chocolate and Toffee
Cold Brew Blend Light
Blueberry, Milk Chocolate, Fruity
Customized Sampler Pack
Coffee Cherry Tea
This is the finest grind we offer, as fine as flour
Fine grind, a bit finer than table salt.
Fine grind, slightly finer than sand granules
South Indian filter
Medium fine grind, suitable for filters with small holes.
Medium fine grind for stovetop espresso makers, also good for single cup pourovers.
Used for drip filter machines and two cup pour overs, this is a medium coarse grind like rough sand.
Medium coarse grind, suitable for 1-2 minute brew times.
Coarse grind to ease filtration.
Very coarse grind, similar to sea salt.