Symphonia Violin - Symphonia Coffee
Symphonia Violin - Symphonia Coffee
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Symphonia Violin

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Hit a high note with Symphonia Violin coffee. A lighter variety, this coffee is a medium-light roast with a bright tasting profile.

Hit a high note in your morning routine with Symphonia Violin coffee. One of our light coffee varieties, this medium-light roast features a bright tasting profile. Similar to the violin, this coffee will serenade you with a wide range of notes including fruit, chocolate, and caramel. 

Grown in the Sidama Zone in Ethiopia, Symphonia Violin coffee beans are picked and sorted by hand, then dried on raised beds in the sun. The high altitude (1700-1900 M) and nitisols soil are what give these coffee beans their expansive tasting profile. Roasted to a medium-light perfection to extract its flavorful notes. 

Net Weight: 16oz (1lb) 453g
Grind: Standard Ground Coffee


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TASTING PROFILE

ChocolateCaramelBerries

ROAST

Medium-Light Roast Coffee

HOW TO BREW

How to Brew

Why We Named Our Coffee Symphonia Violin 

The violin is characterized as "one of the greatest triumphs of instrument making" by Oxford Music Online. With it's brilliant tone and "extraordinary musical versatility," this timeless instrument has been inspiring composers for centuries. It's high range (upper register) is unmatched to any other in the viol family. Likewise, Symphonia Violin is grown at a high altitude and offers a wide range of notes. The brilliant taste is also comparable to it's aroma. Furthermore, we freshly roast and grind the coffee beans to perfection. Awake your senses and brighten your day with a glorious coffee melody.


Specifications

Net Weight: 16oz (1lb), 453g
Grind: Ground Coffee
Type:
Single Origin
Certification/Grading:
Natural
Roast: Medium-Light
Tasting Profile: Milk chocolate, fruity, caramel
Grower: Smallholder farmers from the Sidama zone
Variety: Indigenous Heirloom Cultivars
Region: Sidama Zone, Ethiopia
Altitude: 1700-1900 M
Soil Type: Nitisols
Process: Full natural, sorted by hand. Dried on raised beds.


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