Colombia as though has been created to grow up coffee trees in her territory. The neighbourhood with the equator, the volcanic soil, highlands influence magnificent taste for which the Colombian coffee is famous.
The Colombian coffee is a strong balanced taste with light sourness filled with natural sweet of ripe coffee berry.
Ingredients: natural roasted ground coffee (Arabica variety).
Nutritional value per 100 g of product (average values): proteins 14.0 g; fat 14.5 g: carbohydrates 4 g. Energy value (caloric value): 220 kcal / 840 kJ
For the best brewing results, we recommend:
Use two teaspoons of coffee in a coffee pot or a Turk, pour cold water (100-200 ml). Boil coffee on a small fire until the moment when the foam rises. Remove from heat and pour over the cups. Add sugar, milk to taste.
Method of preparation "in a cup" (per cup):
Put a full tablespoon of coffee in a cup. Pour boiling water (100-200 ml), stir and cover for a few minutes. Add sugar and milk to taste.
An opened bag of coffee is highly perishable, just like fresh product. Store your ground coffee in an airtight container at room temperature for no longer than a week. The trick is to keep it away from oxygen, light, heat, and moisture as much as possible.