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Café Elephant du Guatemala

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« Une torréfaction puissante qui donne de bons résultats. Saveurs bien équilibrées. Aucun goût cendré. Fort, audacieux et fougueux, un succès sur toute la ligne. Quelques accents délicats de chocolat. » Juges des Great Taste Awards (Prix du bon goût). Grains surdimensionnés rares au goût sucré de miel. Le grain énorme Éléphant provient d'arbres Arabica très rares. Il est prisé pour sa taille gigantesque et son goût riche unique. Les petits exploitants des collines fertiles volcaniques du lac Atilan combinent leurs précieuses récoltes et les amènent dans les coopératives locales afin qu'elles soient pulsées. Ces grains géants sont ensuite torréfiés jusqu'à l'obtention d'une teinte foncée acajou afin d'en faire ressortir toute la saveur. Un café délicatement riche aux accents de miel et de chocolat. Puissance - Torréfaction moyennement poussée (4)

Ingrédients

Pure Guatemala arabica beans from El Platanillo estate. Packed in an environment where nuts are handled.

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Follow the manufacturer's equipment instructions Always use fresh water. Use water just off the boil so you don't scald the coffee. Do not re-heat brewed coffee.

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Classement moyen par les clients par rapport à/aux 23 reviews
5

My wife bought me a Gagia for my birthday a few years ago and I began my search for a great coffee. Several beans later I arrived at Guatemala Elephant and I haven't tried anything else since. I don't think Blue Mountain is as nice, incidentally, and there isn't really anything else I've found that comes close to GM. Peter (post 5) - if you're referring to Ashford, Kent in your review, you might be pleased to know that Nasons in Canterbury has a Whittards outlet in store.

Posted by Simon (8th December 2013)

5

If you are going to treat yourself to a coffee , then have a good one, and never an instant.
This coffee is it.
Tastes exactly as described, and is enjoyed by drinking it hot and slow, accompanied by Mejool dates.

Posted by Jacqui Riegel (7th December 2013)

5

Since being spoilt with this. I find that I use this as a benchmark, and not a lot compares. Blue Mountain obviously, but at an incredibly higher price. The fact that it bears comparison should tell you all you needs to know. This is silky, sweet, with a bite that is in no way bitter or acidic. Deep, complex flavour, at a bargain price.

Posted by Trev (29th November 2013)

5

WE BUY THIS COFFEE IN BEAN FORM A LOT, IT IS A STRONG TASTE. I USED TO PURCHASE FROM THE ASHFORD BRANCH WHICH IS ABOUT A 1/2 HOUR JOURNEY FROM WHERE I LIVE, BUT, FOUND THIS SHOP HAS GONE.I NOW GET WHEN ON HOLIDAY IN SOMERSET (CLARKS VILLAGE) OR ON THE WEBSITE BUT IS MORE EXPENSIVE AS NO OFFERS AVAILABLE!!
I AM STILL LIKING THIS COFFEE EVEN THOUGH YOUR SHOPS ARE GETTING FURTHER AWAY.

Posted by PETER (3rd September 2013)

4

This is a great coffee and certainly not bitter and weak as described by Loopy. But then I suppose she is loopy. Christina Firth's review is about bang on- the coffee is deep, mellow with chocolaty overtones. BUT these are BIG beans and they don't flow through my coffee machine well and I imagine this will be a problem with most machines with built in grinders, so unless you are happy to stand over the machine pushing them through or are hand grinding and using a cafetiere I would avoid. Would have been 5 stars for taste but one off for convenience issues!

Posted by Rick Dewhirst (9th July 2013)

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