Montoro caffè benefits
Coffee is actually very healthy. It is loaded with antioxidants and beneficial nutrients that can improve your health. The studies show that coffee drinkers have a much lower risk of several serious diseases.
Healthy coffee beans
Montoro Caffè is grown without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, on land that has had a sufficient amount of time to detoxify itself from any chemicals or modified organisms.
Unique Flavor and Taste
When it comes about coffee, well, one thing is sure: Coffee is one of the most chemically complex drinks that we consume, for example more flavor molecules are found in coffee than in wine
Montoro Caffè Francise
The coffee retail industry has grown in the past five years. The industry currently boasts about $28 billion dollars in annual revenue, and consists of nearly 200,000 different businesses.
About Montoro caffè
Montoro Caffe’ Single Origin comes from Huila—famous for its coffee— which is located in the south west of Colombia at an altitude of 5300 to 5900 feet (1600 – 1800 meters) above sea level. It is a humid region, with abundant rainfall, and an average daytime temperature of 61°F (18°C). Lower nighttime temperatures create significant variations in temperature that are critical in ensuring the quality of coffee by slowing down the ripening process, and thereby providing it with lower acidity and a touch of sweetness unique to the coffee in Huila. This region is home to 100% Arabica, handpicked, wet-processed and sun-dried coffee. The region’s specific geographic location, combined with the variety of thermal levels as well as the unique conditions of water availability, temperature, solar radiation, and wind, make Huila an ideal location for coffee cultivation.
Rated by Celebrity Coffee Chef Bryan-David Scott
MONTORO CAFFÈ comes from Huila
Robust, yet mellow, for a refined taste
We use only selected premium beans for our coffee
If you're not yet convinced why Montoro Caffè is the coffee taste that you are looking for, then feel free to send us your questions and we will gladly answer!
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