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Peruvian organic filter coffee

This organic Peruvian coffee roasted at Karlova Kohv is truly something for classic coffee drinkers – it is chocolaty, sweet, juicy and complex. We compare its sweetness with a mother’s kiss, its juiciness with and Estonian ripe “Emma Leppermann” plum and its complexity with an air of Estonian pine forests. It tastes best if brewed in French press, Kalita or Aeropress.

The 250 g coffee is very neatly packaged making it a perfect present. In addition to the outside very nice and luxury looking package the coffee is also packed in an inner professional coffee bag with zip and valve enabling the coffee not losing its freshness.

Ethiopian organic filter coffee

It might easily happen that dinking our Ethiopian coffee changes the whole concept and meaning of coffee You might have had before drinking it. You may feel the smell of pink rose bushes of Estonian midsummer in its aroma and fresh Estonian summer berries and fruits in its taste. The coffee is so light and tastes so refreshing that while blind tasting it, it may be difficult to tell if it is coffee, tea or juice. We recommend to drink it black and the taste notes even become better and more lively if the coffee has cooled down a little. It is best to brew it in Kalita or Aeropress, it also makes a super nice cold brew.

The 250 g coffee is very neatly packaged making it a perfect present. In addition to the outside very nice and luxury looking package the coffee is also packed in an inner professional coffee bag with zip and valve enabling the coffee not losing its freshness.

The best before of the products is 6 months after roasting.

 

OÜ Karlova Kohv
Karlova Kohv (established in 2015) is the first Estonian roastery focusing on only roasting certified organic coffee as Karlova Kohv loves good authentic coffee and cares about nature biodiversity and protection. The roastery and coffee shop are located in Tartu in Karlova district. Tartu is the second biggest town in Estonia and is often considered the intellectual centre since it is home to the nation's oldest and most renowned university, the University of Taru. 
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