Have you ever tasted a pacamara coffee?

Friday, 21 May, 2021

Taste a special Pacamara coffee today! 

Did you know there are just over 100 species of Arabica Coffee?  You may even have heard of some of the most popular ones like Bourbon, Typica, Gesha, Catura or Catuai.

Think about it in wine terms - some common red wine varietals are cabernet sauvignon, merlot, shiraz etc and coffee is no different. They have a distinct and unique flavour! 

We have a very special varietal in this edition of our Discover Great Coffee Club box…drum roll please!  Have you ever tasted the Pacmara varietal? According to World Coffee Research (WCR)  “Pacamara is capable of producing exceptional cup quality.”

Our friends at Faber Coffee in Durbanville were gracious enough to roast this special coffee for us for this edition of the coffee club and it has been a big hit! 

“Maximus”  is the Latin term for the "greatest" or "largest" says Jarrod at Faber Coffee.  “The farmer is Max Perez of Finca La Hermosa Farm in Guatemala. This coffee truly lives up to its name as the Pacamara varietal is one of the largest coffee bean varieties cultivated and with a SCA score of 88 it is not only large but exceptionally great” 

We tasted it, and it is exceptional! 

Grown at an altitude of 2000M ASL coupled with its Natural process is what attributes to this phenomenal flavour profile of creme caramel and whiskey.

If you’d like to taste this delicious coffee, then click here. We only have a few boxes left and we will courier it straight to your door! 

We will be exploring the amazing coffees included in this box in the coming weeks! 

Infood Roastery - Coffee Society - JBay

This single origin Nicaragua will entice your senses with a deep toasty aroma of walnuts on the nose, a medium citric acidity on the tongue and good body all around your mouth as you savour the chocolaty notes and lingering cocoa aftertaste with each sip!

The Roasters Mug - Dundee

The Dundee Blend from The Roaster's Mug is a silky, full bodied coffee with notes of chocolate and nuts. This roastery in Northern KZN roasts small batches by hand and is dedicated to putting fresh coffee into people's hands at an affordable price.

Backyard Brew - Cape Town

This exceptional coffee from Nicaragua Sajonia Estate is versatile as it's subtle sweetness can be enjoyed over various brewing methods. You can expect deep chocolate flavours, walnuts, with a bright, citric acidity and balanced sweetness.

Rise & Grind - Durban

The Rise & Grind ‘Good Morning Blend' is slightly sweet with undertones of caramel and almond, finished off with a lingering dark-chocolate aftertaste. This two-bean blend from Colombia and Brazil is medium-roasted for a perfectly smooth morning brew. Enjoyed as an espresso or in milk-based coffees.

Brüder Coffee Roasters - Klerksdorp

Ethiopia Adado Yirgacheffe is a Natural Processed Coffee. This coffee is sweet, soft & easy drinking in a milk beverage with medium acidity and hints of blueberries. Adado is at it's best in Filter Methods (Especially Chemex or Pour Over). Slurp the coffee untill it reaches the back of your palet and you will get a burst of Blueberries!


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