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A blend is quite simply a mixture of beans from different countries. A blend can be in its simplest form a mixture of two different origins, say beans from Mexico and beans from Honduras. A very complex blend may be a mixture of beans from eight different countries. The percentage of each single origin in the blend is critical. For example, a Mex-Hon blend that has 50% Mexican and 50% Honduran coffee beans will taste far different to a blend that has 25% Mexican and 75% Honduran.
Our first blend (Huta Raja & El Bonete) Single Origin from Simalungun, Sumatra and Single Origin from Conguaco, Region 4 New Oriente, Guatemala Tasting Notes: Smooth and strong, sweet with chocolate and cacao notes combined with some tangid acidity and orange … Continued