We don’t always have the Cuba coffee but when we do, it flies out the door! Here is the flavour profile:
Flavour: Brown sugar sweetness with dark chocolate and nuts.
The first coffee farm in Cuba started in 1748. But the bigger farms didn’t start until 1789 by the French coffee farmers that had to escape from the armed slave revolt in Haiti. These farmers were very important in developing coffee in Cuba.
The French coffee farmers grew coffee in Sierra Maestra. The climatic condition and the soil composition were ideal for coffee growing. They offer great taste and value.
The Isle of Cuba produces only Arabica Coffee. It is mainly grown in three areas, that is in the Eastern area (83%), in the Western area (6%) and in the Central area (11%).
This coffee is the Serrano Lavado Cumanayagua which grows their coffee at 1000-2000m above sea level. They produce this wonderful washed Typica.
We get this coffee through the IAC (inter-america Coffee) along with many other of our coffees. Find out more about them HERE.
If you love this coffee and want to try something similar then we would recommend our Peru Tunki Coffee!
£6.00 – £20.00