This gift combines our ground coffee degustation set with the beautiful French press from our coffee-startup-friends from Groenenberg. In adition it contains the booklet “Coffee from tree to cup” with pictures that illustrate the complete journey of your coffee (the texts are in German and French).
Ground coffee degustation set
100 gramms of each of our three sorts T’enikara, K’elemi and Lesilasa to try out and discover your new favourite coffee!
Lesilasa: Fruity and aromatic for connoisseurs
A coffee sommelier can discover 800 different flavours in a really good coffee – making coffee the most complex food that people consume. Our Lesilasa wants to celebrate exactly this: the gentle roasting process preserves the aromas of dark chocolate, spices, caramel and tropical fruits such as kiwi and passion fruit. Just the right thing for filters, French Press, fully automatic or Aeropress.
K’elemi: Fine aromatic espresso
In the K’ elemi espresso comes only our forest Arabica from the smallholder farmers of the Qottaa cooperative in Western Ethiopia. The light espresso roasting ensures a wonderful balance between the natural flavours of the coffee cherry and the roasting aromas: we find touches of dry fruit, roasted almonds and cocoa. But try it yourself! Perfect for Italian moka pot, semi-automatic or full-automatic machines.
Tenikara: Powerful and complex, as in Italy
Our T’enikara Espresso Forte has been developed for all those who prefer to have their short ones really strong and bitter. Prepared with the bialetti oven pot as in Italy. Aromatically, it reminds of strong dark chocolate. In addition to the Arabica from the smallholders of the Qottaa cooperative in the mountain forests of Western Ethiopia, we have added a third of the robusta. This gives the coffee more body and provides a particularly beautiful crema.
350 ml pure coffee pleasure in copper look or stainless steel. French Press, stamp pot, cafetière, coffee pusher, Infusiera … A fixed name does not really exist. But the principle of preparation is more than simple and very effective: Because the hot water comes into direct contact with the coffee powder, the full aroma spectrum can be triggered – and unlike a paper filter, the metal filter does not absorb the fine aromatic nuances. Even for the CEO of Starbucks, the French Press is the best way to make coffee.