Introducing the Limited Edition Beethoven 250th Anniversary Roast. Dramatic and rich with a bold and seductive profile, this Colombian coffee is a classic much like Beethoven himself.
Why Beethoven Anniversary Coffee?
It was once said, Beethoven considered 60 beans to be the exact amount to make the perfect cup of coffee. Intriguingly, he would count them himself. Then, he would grind them and preparing in a glass pot. Beethoven demanded precision in his music as well as his coffee. So, if you choose to count your beans, as we suspect Beethoven once did, Beethoven 250th Anniversary Roast coffee is a great place to start! Available in whole bean, 1 lb bags.
In addition, the Beethoven 250th Anniversary Roast coffee beans are fresh roasted and made-to-order. Pair with your favorite breakfast treat or enjoy it like Beethoven and grab a croissant and add some peanut butter - an terrific pairing (sans the peanut butter).
About the Beethoven Coffee Beans
Remarkably, this medium roast coffee is farmed at the source from smallholder farmers from Medellin Antioquia, Colombia. To protect the beans from the rain, these beans are washed and dried in solar dryers - a unique process in itself. The natural flavor profile of the coffee includes dried orange, berries, and chocolate. Notes we think even Beethoven would approve of.
So, grab a bag and tell us what you think (and what music of Beethoven's you enjoy most). You can't go wrong with the classics.
Size: 16oz, 1lb
Grind: Whole Bean Coffee
Not quite your cup of coffee? Check out other coffees from the South American region.
HOW TO BREW
Tasting Profile: Dried orange, berry, chocolate
Grower: Smallholder farmers from Medellin
Variety: Castillo, Caturra, Colombia, & Typica
Region: Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia
Altitude: 1300-1500 M
Soil Type: Volcanic Loam
Process: Fully washed and dried in solar dryers to protect the coffee from rain.