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Gdynia Coffee

Gdynia is supposedly a city of dreams. Many films have been made about it. One of them is "Miasto z morza" ("City from the Sea"). It was brilliantly played by, among others, Paweł Domagała, who is also the performer of the title song. The film also featured the charming and graceful Julia Pietrucha.

Since we're talking about dreams, it's worth mentioning why Gdynia is famous for them. In the old days, it was seen as a window to the world due to its enormous port. It has always been a modern and majestic city. Some of the most famous ships in this city are: MS Batory and MS Piłsudski. Exceptional coffee beans were imported to Poland on them. It was a colonial commodity. Some coffee beans were roasted on-site, in Gdynia. One of the most famous roasters belonged to Antoni Wiatrak. He had a coffee plantation in Guatemala and a roastery for the "Społem" company. Some of these beans made their way to Poland. We were amazed to taste real coffee. At the very beginning, Gdynia Coffee was only prepared in cafés. Today you can also enjoy its flavor at home.

How to Prepare Gdynia Coffee?

However you like it. Try different methods and choose the one you like best. You can simply pour boiling water over Gdynia Coffee beans. This will make a pour-over. You can also use a moka pot, espresso machine, or French press to brew it. Regardless of what you ultimately decide, Gdynia Coffee will seduce you with its flavor profile. You may detect the following notes: cocoa, chocolate, caramel, nuts, honey, citrus fruits. See if Gdynia Coffee has a chance to become your favorite.

Country of Origin: Brazil

Region: Campo das Vertentes

Composition: Arabica 100%

Variety: Catuai Amarrelo IAC 62

Flavor Profile: Cocoa, chocolate, caramel, nuts, honey, citrus fruits

Cultivation Altitude: 1050 meters above sea level

Processing: Natural

SCAA Score: 82.00 PTS

Brazil, known for its colorful festivals, heat, and friendly people, also provides wonderful specialty coffee with a mild taste and no acidity. Definitely try it if flavors of caramel, nut, and chocolate are close to your heart. Thanks to its favorable microclimate, coffee harvested in Brazil accounts for 1/3 of all coffee crops in the world! The beans grown in Cerrado are of extremely high quality and occur in large quantities. This is all thanks to the relatively flat terrain, which allows coffee fruits to be often hand-picked, ensuring a constant high quality of the harvest. Don't have a grinder? No problem, we'll take care of it. Choose the grind thickness from the dropdown list, and we'll grind it for you.


EAN 5904194099060
Coffee parameters
Intensity - 3
Acidity - 1
Roast Type - 3
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