A sweet coffee with tones of fruit and chocolate.
Origin - Peru
Region - El Palto
Variety - Catimor, Caturra en Typica
Farm - Juan Marco El Palto
Altitude - 1300 till 1600 metres
Processing method - Washed
Certifcation - organic
Buy tickets for a tour of Sigarenfabriek de Olifant and De Eenhoorn Koffie en Thee
De Eenhoorn provides tours in collaboration with De Olifant. The duration of the tour is approximately one hour. We welcome you in our store and coffeebar at De Oudestraat 101 - 103 where the tour will start. The host takes you to the cigarfactory and will tell about the historie of Kampen as a cigarcity, the purchafe of tobacco and the productionprocess.
Tip: choose the deluxe tour to start or finish with coffee and cake of your choice!
This shortfiller is produced in cigar factory De Olifant in the Netherlands. The cigarmodel is a corona. The cigar has a length of 11.5 centimetres and a diameter of 14 millimetres. This is the smallest corona of the world. The filler is a melange from Java, Sumatra, Cuba and Brasil. The binder is from Java and the wrapper leaf is Sumatran sand-lea. The smoking duration of this cigar is 35 minutes. You can buy this cigars in a box of 10, 25 or 50 cigars.
A fresh, spicy tea with notes of citrus fruit and pink pepper. This tea is best when it is drunk pure.
The Darjeeling Snowview is a black tea from India. The tea is grown on a plantation in Darjeeling in Northwest India in the Himalayas. This village is surrounded by 20,000 hectares of tea plantations. The plantation is located at an altitude of 2200 meters. The tea plant is descended from the Camellia Sinensis which is better resistant for the climate in the high mountains. Darjeeling tea is considered the best, most prestigious, rarest black tea in the world. The leaves are picked by hand. About 2000 leaves are needed for one hundred grams of tea.
A black tea is a fully fermented tea. The Darjeeling can be harvested twice, a first picking "First Flush" and a second picking "Second Flush". This tea is from the second harvest. After the harvest, the leaves are laid to dry and rolled by hand. This is how the oxidation process begins. After a few hours of fermentation, the leaves will get baked in a hot air oven.
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