Zarraffa’s Coffee introduces tenth Single Origin coffee
The new Single Origin is sourced from Ciudad Bolívar.
Zarraffa's Coffee has unveiled its latest limited edition Single Origin bean, the Colombian Bolivar.
The Colombian Bolivar is a versatile bean sourced from the municipality of Ciudad Bolívar, best known as the capital of Southwest Antioquia, which thrives at altitudes ranging from 2,000 to 2,600 metres above sea level.
The new Single Origin coffee bean offers notes of citrus, cherry, honey, and dark chocolate for its flavour profile and is best enjoyed through espresso, piccolo, cappuccino, flat white or latte but also pairs perfectly with any milk-based beverage.
According to Zarraffa’s, the beans selected from Castillo and Catimore varietals in Colombia have been grown with care and respect before being naturally washed and sun-dried. This process has resulted in a high cupping score of 84.
The release marks the brand’s tenth Single Origin bean.
“Our 10th Single Origin launch is a momentous occasion for our brand. It signifies a decade of dedicated exploration, introducing unique flavours, and a commitment to offering our customers an unparalleled speciality coffee experience,” said Zarraffa’s Coffee CEO, Marnie Sheldon.
Single Origin coffee is grown within a distinct geographic location, meaning either a single farm or one country. Therefore, it is influenced by specific natural attributes such as climate, landscape, and altitude where the beans are grown.
The new Single Origin coffee is now available at all Zarraffa’s Coffee locations.