Taste the ancient mystery of the Inca homeland with this single-origin coffee, a mild-bodied mix of complex flavors. Grown between the rocky crags of Peru and the jungles of , these beans are slightly acidic and renowned in the world of organic coffee.
An overview on our selected flavours.
Creamy Tahitian Vanilla that possess notes of coconut, pineapple and a slight rum note.
We cannot stay away from this one.
Our wild blueberry is known for it’s intense flavor profile compared to other blueberry varieties. Our flavor is a very fresh and bright true blueberry taste.
Always a best selling flavor. French Vanilla. The French prefer a very rich vanilla with a tad more butter and caramel. We use the finest vanilla beans from Tahiti and Madagascar.
A propriety blend of nuts, caramels, and a hint of coconut.
Rum, Chocolate and Vanilla flavours that are sure to make your mouth water.
Think cane sugar and a fruity fermentation.
Sour mash with predominate notes of vanilla, oak and honey.
The most juicy perfect pineapple on the planet. This is a huge customer and staff favorite as well. Our coconut extract is sourced from premium Massioa coconuts and very meaty and creamy.
Almond Birthday Cake
Almond is always a royal choice and our almond is creamy, nutty, with a slight hint of cherry which is inherent to the almond. This is an almond and vanilla flavored birthday cake and a very special blend.
Dark chocolate taste folded in a premium peppermint. Our chocolate is heavenly, deep, roasty, addictive and tends to scent the room.
Warm, caramel tones with a rich essence of Macadamia nuts. A unique combination that will please the palette with the mild taste of roasted grains as well as the fatty tropical nutty smooth flavor of Macadamia nuts are known for.
Vanilla, egg, rum and a touch of nutmeg make for this holiday treat.
Peruvian Escape Overview
Peru is a longitudinally-oriented South American country that lies along the Pacific Ocean and is home to rainforest and mountain ranges. Most famous for being the historical land of the Incas, Peru is also home to a coffee industry that produces a gentle, aromatic, and flavorful variety with some mild acidity. The Urubamba and Chanchamayo varieties of coffee are their most famous.
Urubamba grows in the south, near the legendary Inca city Machu Picchu. Chanchamayo, regarded as Peru’s premium variety, grows in the central region of the country, on the western side of the Andes Mountains as they slope down toward the jungle valley of Chanchamayo.
Chanchamayo has a medium body, delightful flavors, and aromas, with moderate amounts of acidity. Occasionally it will be light-bodied with bright acidity. It’s been described as soft, sweet, smooth, delicate, and well-balanced, having a chocolate, nutty taste, and tones of sweet citrus both in terms of aroma and flavour and also in the aftertaste.
Peru has become well known in the organic coffee trade as well, exporting mellow flavored coffee at competitive prices, often becoming the most affordable organic coffee option in many places. While you’ll find that Peruvian organic coffee is more common and lower priced than other options at stores and roasters, don’t assume that the price marks a lapse in quality because it doesn’t...to the contrary, it’s an excellent quality mild coffee to add into your pantry.
The environmental conditions of Peru that facilitate its great coffee also have made it a place for solid cocoa growth. The high altitude, tropical climate, and rich soil combine to make a chocolate that is respected and well-received around the world, Together, coffee and cocoa make up the number one and two commodities of Peru; they’re such an integral part of its economy and culture, they’re even stamped on certain denominations of currency.