Le Piantagioni Del Caffè Samaria Coffee Beans - 250g

  • Pure origin
  • Colombia (Risaralda)
  • Roasted in Italy
  • Mayan farming technique
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More about Le Piantagioni Del Caffè coffee beans :

Discover Samaria roasted in Italy by Le Piantagioni del Caffè. A speciality coffee obtained from a Colombian harvest, at Finca Samaria in the Andean region of Risaralda. After being cultivated using a technique inherited from the Mayans, this Italian coffee bean positively surprises with its floral, chocolate and orange notes. Its beautiful acidity will add a touch of pep to your espresso. Packaging: 250g

Key Facts

  • Variety
    100% Arabica
  • Designation
    Pure Origin
  • Origin
  • Roasting

Roast Type - Dark

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Aromatic group -  Citrus

Dominant note
Secondary note
Tasting notes :
  • Milk chocolate
  • Licorice
  • Orange zest
N.B.: This is not a flavored coffee but notes noted during tasting
Red Berries Fermented Spices Woody Herb-like Floral Rich & sweet Citrus
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Aromatic Groups

Specialty Coffee -  Exceptional 

Score ≥ 80

Specialty Coffee : Among the best coffees in the world, from a terroir with a history and traceability. They represent less than 10% of the world's production and are assessed by professional tasters. These are flawless coffees that offer us unique tasting notes.

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Exceptional Coffee :  They reflect their terroir by guaranteeing a fairer supply chain, better traceability and an exceptional cup. With a score of over 80/100, these coffees are the gateway to specialty coffee.

The higher the rating, the more surprising your coffee tasting experience will be.
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Your Coffee’s ID Card

Each coffee is unique! Its terroir and specificities give it its identity.

  • Origin
    Colombia, Andine
  • Process
  • Variety
  • Altitude
    1550 meters
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LE PIANTAGIONI DEL CAFFE Samaria coffee beans

The Italian coffee Samaria is one of the "Di Piantagioni" coffees. These coffees come from exceptional plantations and are roasted with the greatest care by this Italian roaster, who wishes to bring out the best aromatic profile but also to highlight the work done by the men who grow them.

It is a coffee that lends itself to espresso tasting extracted with an espresso machine or a Moka. On the palate, its flowery side is easily distinguishable and as you sip it, chocolate, hazelnut and orange notes appear. Its acidic side is pleasant as it does not disrupt the discovery of the coffee. Score obtained after internal quality control: 85.5/100

This coffee is best enjoyed as an espresso: 7 to 10 g for one dose with a medium fine grind between flour and cornmeal.

Find coffee sourced from Finca Samaria, in the Andean region of Risaralda, Colombia. This farm uses a culture based on the Mayan agricultural technique. It consists of alternating several types of crops so as not to abuse the soil. There, Mr. Gerardo and Mrs. Enriqueta grow washed coffee, including Caturra and Tabi, at an altitude of 1550 m.

Italian coffee beans, LE PIANTAGIONI DEL CAFFE

Piantagioni Del Caffè is a family business that has passed through four generations since it was founded in 1994. The Italian company has succeeded in making its mark by being a true pioneer in meeting small producers and introducing the notion of "origin" for speciality coffees.

It has also made a name for itself by wanting to make speciality coffee more accessible with a less strict, more fun approach. Indeed, its 'Specialty People Blends' range is colourful, playful and easy to understand for coffee enthusiasts and novices alike.  All its coffees are produced from original coffees and sometimes combined to create unique blends, so you get transparency and quality in your cup.

To ensure a quality tasting experience with its entire coffee range, the brand has implemented a protocol to analyse and score the specialty coffee obtained after roasting. The goal of the brand is to offer coffee that is suitable for Specialty Coffee by creating a dedicated state-of-the-art software. This is by no means a universal protocol, but given the lack of an espresso protocol, it is a way for the brand to ensure its quality.

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Le Piantagioni Del Caffè

Piantagioni Del Caffè is a well-known Italian brand, especially for its specialty coffee with impeccable traceability. With its plantation coffees, this Italian roaster offers coffee that is accessible, fun with a kick for everyday life and that is able to satisfy coffee epicureans looking for a differentiating coffee experience.