Single Origin Coffee
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Blend vs Single Origin: What's The Difference?
If you’re looking to buy a coffee you’ll often come across the terms ‘single origin’ and ‘blend’. But what do these terms really mean? This...
Beija Florfrom £9.20
Fig, Cashew, Praline
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Single Origin Coffee FAQs
Single origin coffee is sourced from a specific geographic location, such as a farm or region, and represents the unique flavors and characteristics of that origin.
Single origin coffee comes from a specific geographic location, while a blend is a combination of different coffee beans from various origins or farms.
Learn more about blends vs single origin
Choose single origin coffee for its unique and distinct flavors, as it allows you to explore the specific characteristics and terroir of a particular region or farm.
Single origin coffee is not inherently better quality than blends. Quality depends on factors like bean selection, roasting, and brewing methods, which can be achieved in both single origin and blended coffees.
Yes, single origin coffees can work well in espresso. They can provide unique flavor profiles and showcase the distinct characteristics of the origin when properly roasted and brewed.
Single origin coffee is often preferred in filter brewing methods, as it allows the nuances and unique flavors of the origin to shine through without being blended with other beans.
Brew single origin coffee using specific brewing guides tailored to your preferred method, such as pour-over,
French press, or AeroPress, to ensure optimal extraction and flavor expression.