Greek Moka Coffee
Greek mocha coffee (Ellinikos kafes) is similar to Turkish coffee, as both are made with unfiltered coffee powder. Greek coffee is ground finer and thus becomes frothier.
Greek moka coffee (Ellinikos kafes) is similar to Turkish coffee, as both are made with unfiltered coffee powder. This coffee is drunk in various countries, e.g. Cyprus, Arabia, Armenia, with differences in preparation in individual countries. Greek coffee is ground finer and becomes more creamy.
The coffee can also be prepared with the Briki on a hotplate.
Brazil is the largest coffee producer in the Arabica coffee category. The climate is ideal for growing coffee, as it clearly switches between a wet summer and a dry winter. The coffee aroma of the region “Minas Gerais” is intense with a full-bodied and velvety body. This region produces some of the best coffees in the world, such as this 100% Arabica coffee.
The rugged mountains of this southern region are the core of Brazilian production.
With favorable raining and mild weather, the average-sized farms here use pulped natural, washed and natural processing methods to collect the bold body, fruity aroma and acid taste coffees.
Tasting notes: Toffee and roasted nuts
Farms: Minas Gerais Brazil
Elevation from Sea level: 1200 meters
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**Reference intake of an average adult (8 400 kJ/2 000 kcal)
Store in a cool and dry place.
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