When continents collide. Brazilian, Rwandan and Sumatran coffee is blended to create this distinctively silky brew. Black or white the taste is smooth.
South American coffees are world acclaimed. Add to these the bright fruity sweetness of East African and Indonesian Arabica’s and you have “the juice”. Floral, blueberry notes combine with silky body and sweet notes of caramel and toffee to produce a coffee that almost bounces out of any brew method, with or without milk.
The Body & Brightness Profiles:
When you first taste a coffee, you should first assess its body or mouth feel and also just how acidic or bright it is. You may like a coffee that has a whole lot of body but with low acidity. Or you may like a mellower mouth feel but a brighter acidity. It really is a personal preference, there is no right or wrong.
Zumo has good mellow body and a medium to high brightness.
The Flavour Profiles:
What sets each individual coffee apart will be the flavours or what we call the “tasting notes”. The tasting notes are many and varied ranging from floral to nutty, spicy to berry, chocolaty to citrusy, just to name a few. These flavours make each coffee very different and so special. Where the coffee is grown, climate, elevation, soil type and harvesting techniques will all impact on the flavour so unique to each coffee.
Zumo releases blackcurrant combined with citrus notes.