Cafe Kreyol Organic Caribbean Blue | 12 oz – Haitian Blue Light Roast Whole Bean Coffee

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Price: $14.99
(as of Sep 15,2021 00:33:52 UTC – Details)

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Cafe Kreyol – Organic Haitian Caribbean Blue Coffee – USDA Certified Organic

The lightest of our Haitian Blue coffees, yet extraordinarily low in acid! Grown at a high altitude of Haiti’s tropical mountain region, and identical to the Arabica Blue Mountain of Jamaica, this roast has a creamy body, nutty and sweet flavor profile, and a buttery finish. At Cafe Kreyol we utilize the farming of this bean to create sustainable employment opportunities for farming families in Haiti and we happily pay the cooperative 300% higher wages than Fair Trade standards, not out of charity, but because the product is exceptional.

Tasting Notes: Creamy body, hints of almond and honey, smooth buttery finish, low acidity, balanced body

Brewing: Espresso Machine

Varietals: Arabica Blue Mountain

Features & Benefits:

✔ High Caffeine, creamy, low acidity, balanced body

✔ Produced in small batches and tested for highest quality

✔ Sustainable coffee – socially and economic friendly

✔ Direct trade coffee – produced to higher than fair trade standards

✔ Support a great cause – creates sustainable employment, creates opportunities for farming families in Haiti

✔ SCA Score: 87

✔ The only certified organic coffee from Haiti

100% Satisfaction Guarantee! At Cafe Kreyol, we believe in our products and customer satisfaction of utmost importance, to us. If, for any reason, you are not satisfied with our product, please reach out to us and we will make it right.

FLAVOR –  Creamy body, hints of almond, walnut and honey, buttery finish, low acidity
ORIGIN – Northern Haiti
AUTHENTICITY – Shade-grown at high altitude, harvested 1200m above sea level, same varietal as Jamaican Blue Mountain Arabica species
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY – Eco-friendly, USDA organic, Direct Trade, creates sustainable employment for farming families in Haiti, farmers are paid above fair trade standards for their exceptional crop

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