GOOD MATCHING : HOUSE BLEND ( BRAZIL + COLUMBIA + SUMATRA MANDHELING )
WHAT IS BLENDING?
In its simplest terms, blending is a very simple concept. It involves combining coffee beans from two or more different origins or sometimes different roast levels to produce something that is different from each of the individual types of bean used.
The idea is not a new one; coffee has been blended for almost as long as it has been produced commercially. One of the earliest examples – and one of the most famous – is a blend that consists of Mocha beans from Yemen and beans grown on the Indonesian island of Java.
(Here, Mocha refers to the name of a place and the beans grown there rather than the popular drink made with espresso and chocolate.)
It was realized early on that by combining these two types of beans, a coffee could be produced that was more satisfying than one made from either of there types of beans alone.
Colombian, Brazil and Sumatra – Watch a beautiful sunset while you sip one delicious house blend of our newest coffees from Libta Coffee. This is an excellent espresso blend. It is rich and bold, with the smooth taste of Colombian, mixed with Sumatra to bring in the intriguing earthy taste, and a well-balanced bright, slightly acidic, caramel flavor, sweet and nutty of Brazil. Sit back and relax as you envision the loons calling to one another as their babies float along on their back. A superb coffee like no other!