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Ceremonial Grade Coffee Narino
Ceremonial Grade Coffee Narino

Ceremonial Grade Coffee Narino

$34.95

Meet the newest member of the Ceremonial Grade coffee club, Narino. A premium-quality, ultra clean coffee that elevates your brewing and drinking experience. Grown in Colombia, this unique blend is derived from Pink Bourbon, producing a delicate sweet with so much spirit. This limited release coffee isn't just good; it's one of the best in the world. 

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Coffee Details

Product Detail

Quantity Available: 1500

Size: 250g / 8.9 oz

Serving size: 25 x 8oz cups of coffee

Tasting Notes

Orange Blossom

Milk Chocolate

Juicy Undertones

Region

Colombia

Directions

2 TBSP of coffee for every 8oz of water.

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Grounds For Celebration

Upgrade your daily coffee routine into a mindful ritual

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Built for Rituals, Not Just Routines

Transform your coffee brewing experience into a mindful, calming ritual.

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From Colombia to Your Cup

Sourced from Columbia's highlands, these gourmet beans have an intense flavor and a unique aroma you have to smell to believe.

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Flavor that You Can Celebrate

Delicate notes of orange blossom, vanilla and yellow peach, giving an intriguing sensation.

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Lab-Tested, Mold-Free

Ceremonial Grade Coffee is lab tested for purity. No mold, just clean, mineral-rich coffee for better energy.

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Mineral-Enhanced

Ceremonial Grade Coffee is packed with trace minerals to supercharge your metabolism and immune system.

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Behind The Coffee 

Ceremonial Grade Coffee is about connecting with the coffee’s origin, appreciating its unique taste, and engaging in a thoughtful ritual that goes beyond your average cup. These coffees have achieved the highest score in cupping while maintaining an impeccably clean cup profile.

Danger Ceremonial Grade Coffee is not your everyday coffee, it is uniquely special. It is coffee that is designed to be prepared with meticulous care and attention.

Take the time to slow down, set your intentions while you indulge in the brewing process and relish the aromas. This ultra-premium coffee is so delicious you will want to make an occasion of it to share it with friends. Make it in a special way and embrace the enlightening consciousness you encounter.

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Behind The Coffee 

Ceremonial Grade Coffee is about connecting with the coffee’s origin, appreciating its unique taste, and engaging in a thoughtful ritual that goes beyond your average cup. These coffees have achieved the highest score in cupping while maintaining an impeccably clean cup profile.

Danger Ceremonial Grade Coffee is not your everyday coffee, it is uniquely special. It is coffee that is designed to be prepared with meticulous care and attention.

Take the time to slow down, set your intentions while you indulge in the brewing process and relish the aromas. This ultra-premium coffee is so delicious you will want to make an occasion of it to share it with friends. Make it in a special way and embrace the enlightening consciousness you encounter.

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About The Region

Unlike other coffee regions, Colombia’s story includes a priest named Francisco Romero, who is referred to as the father of commercial coffee cultivation in Colombia. The folkloric tale goes that in the early 1800’s, Father Francisco assigned planting coffee to his parishioners as penance for their sins. The Archbishop of Colombia heard about this and ordered all priests to adopt the practice. Commercial production of coffee expanded quickly, moving into regions where the growing conditions were ideal.

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The Ceremonial Grade Process

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Handpicking

here is a total of 25 producers (15 men, 10 women) who actively contribute to the annual coffee production in Narino, Colombia. Once the ripe coffee cherries are hand-picked, they are transported to the local factory for processing.

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Processing

The coffee cherries undergo a traditional washing process and are then placed on raised beds where they dry to a stable level. Next step is 3rd party lab testing to ensure the beans are ultra-clean and are then shipped off to our roaster in the US. 

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Roasting & Mineralization

Once at the roaster they are again checked for any defects from shipping and roasted to specification. The final step before they are packaged is remineralization where we wrap the beans in ancient plants, Fulvic and Humic. 

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