Grinders Coffee launches limited release single origin coffee
Australian coffee roaster Grinders Coffee has launched a new limited edition single origin coffee called Finca Canderlaria Estate.
Grinders Coffee said the coffee is processed through wet fermentation and then sun dried, and is “a smooth and rich coffee with a nutty malty finish with a subtle hint of bright apple acidity”.
The coffee, which was a Bronze Medal winner at the Australian International Coffee Awards (AICA) in the Single Origin Syphon/Filter Coffee category, comes from the Finca Canderlaria Estate in the village of Palmares, West Valley in Costa Rica.
Finca Canderlaria Estate was founded in 1965 by Swissman Otto Kloeti and Germans Klaus Ronning and Uwe Thormaehlen. The Estate trades under the name Coricafe. It built its first dry mill in 1968 and moved to its current location in Alajuela in 1997. Coricafe is still a private family owned coffee exporter with more than four decades of experience exporting coffee from Costa Rica.
Grinders Coffee House was established in 1962 in Lygon Street, Melbourne and produces brands such as Grinders, Romanza, Fix and Giancarlo. The brands are sold in cafes nationally and through Qantas, Village Cinemas and Healthy Habits. The Company also produces a single origin tea in its premium Temple range.
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