August 17, 2006

Excellent Mira Valle Espresso – Artisan Quality Selection and Roasting

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If you haven’t heard, there’s a little revolution going on in the world of coffee, and it’s way beyond wholebean kicking the canned coffee out of your kitchen. Artisan roasters are popping up giving you incredible finds from all over the world, often times selected not just from a single country, but from a single region, single estate, or a single lot of beans from one farm. The carefully cupped and selected coffees are then small batch roasted and sold directly to you for your enjoyment. One well regarded artisan coffee outlet is Terroir Coffee, who is offering their espresso of the month this month as and espresso from the Mira Valle farm from Honduras and this specific tiny lot of coffee beans won the Cup of Excellence Presidential Award, receiving an overall score of over 90 from a distinguished international panel of judges.

Sure the Mira Valle espresso is a bit more than a can of coffee, but when do you get to taste something that is among the best in the world for under $20.

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Posted by Scott Martin at August 17, 2006 9:54 AM
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