Cafe Bristol Coffee Premium Ground Arabica Coffee Review
Posted on May 12, 2017
Are you looking for a high quality, great tasting coffee, and not the usual supermarket brands? Seagull Coffee would like to introduce Cafe Bristol Coffee Company. Specifically, the premium ground and whole bean Nicaraguan Arabica Coffee.
The Nicaraguan Arabica Coffee is mildly fruity/citrusy, delicately sweet aftertaste, balanced acidity, with smooth finish that is never bitter from Santa Francisca Romana Estates San Marcos, Nicaragua. It is Non-GMO, is free of all additives or fillers, and is produced sustainably. The roast level is Medium, which is synonymous with City, American, or Breakfast. The natural origin flavors of the coffee beans are dominant as opposed to the roast as is the case with darker roasts. The beans are medium brown in color, matte and with no oily surface, as they haven’t been exposed to heat long enough to draw out the natural oils.
Seagull Coffee with this blog would like to support smaller coffee companies helping them get off the ground. It's a great choice for anyone looking for something outside of the same boring brands. Please take a look at the Bristol web site where you can find the coffee, mugs, and lots more information about this great tasting coffee.
Cost is $11.99 for 12 oz. which is right in line in terms of cost on sites like Amazon. $11.99 is a steal for the quality of coffee you will be getting. Right now for Mother's Day get 25% off your order using coupon code "lovemom17."
They also want to protect the environment. "In addition, we are committed to the conservation of biodiversity and waterways, as well as ensuring a sustainable livelihood for our workers and surrounding communities. In being strictly shade grown, our coffee requires little or no chemical fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides."
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More About Bristol Nicaraguan Arabica Coffee
"Bristol Coffee is Single Origin, 100% Arabica Premium Specialty Grade Coffee. Single origin means, that the coffee is grown in a single geographic location. Single origin coffee allows for the drinker to taste the distinctive terroir of that geographic location. All of Bristol coffee is shade grown. Shade grown coffee develops richer flavor as the shade allows for the coffee fruit to grow and mature more slowly hence further developing it’s natural sugars and enhancing the flavor of the coffee produced. At Santa Francisca Romana, flowering and fruit trees such as Mamey, Zapote, Cacao and citrus trees provide shade."
"In the late 1880’s, the adventuresome Vaughan brothers, Marshall and Arthur, sailed from the Port of Bristol, England, on one of their more ambitious enterprises: to grow great coffee. They chose to do so in Nicaragua because of its key geographic location, which lends itself to the cultivation of quality coffee. They picked the region of San Marcos because of its altitude and decided on the rich soils of what is now known as Santa Francisca Romana Estates due to its shady rolling hills and cool climate. Inspired by Arthur and Marshall’s enthusiastic entrepreneurial spirit, their descendants in Nicaragua are now going beyond just producing some of the country’s best coffee for wholesalers, they are bringing their best selection of Arabica beans directly to you. They hope you enjoy it!"
Why not give them a try?! Or give this coffee to someone as a gift. I know I will.