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Andes Mountains Craft Blend Coffee

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Fair Trade and Certified Organic Coffee

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Roast Profile: Medium 

Tasting Notes: Round, rich, smooth, chocolatey 

Taste Description: Orange-like sweetness, creamy milk chocolate, toasted peanut impressions, rich cacao on finish.

Inspired by smooth tastes found in the high-grown coffees of the Andes Mountains with the richness that comes from Central America. The coffees working together in this blend are roasted to an irresistible and perfect medium level. The versatility of this hard-working coffee can’t be understated. It’s a hero in a drip brew, a champion of the press (French press or AeroPress), and a winner in a pour-over. It’s also the bringer of a rich, heavy espresso shot for those brave enough to try. This suave coffee really can do it all. 

Craft Blend OriginsPeru, Honduras 

100% Certified Organic, Craft Blended Arabica Beans

  • Certified Organic
  • Fair Trade
  • Small batch roasted in Victoria, BC, Canada
  • Free shipping on orders $40+ 

Social Impact: Indigenous elementary education, Indigenous farmers' training, female economic empowerment, upgrading agricultural practices


Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
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(17)
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Terrance Giesbrecht

Andes coffee

D
David Ford
Commitment Phobia

I've been a serial dater on the espresso / home-press scene for the last 3 years or so. I've sampled and I've sampled that... sure I'll go for a stroll with Moka House' Sacred Acre, always happy to meet up with Stick in the Mud, even had a torrid affair with Discovery Espresso, and a wild fling or two with the island girls Salt Spring and Mount Maxwell. But never ever would I consider giving up my single status and buy a bag bigger than 300g. Oh no, variety was the spice of life... entertaining me along the path to finding that elusive dark bean of utopia.

Then one Thursday night at the grocery store… hoping to meet someone new… there was a crazy sale on Level Ground and I walked out of Fairways with a brightly colored rainbow assortment of six or seven LG offerings. I typically gravitate towards darker surly personalities, but over the weeks that followed, it was actually the long legged mystique of Andes that won me over.

I bought a 2 pound bag. I even took her camping on Hornby for 10 days… we got along the whole time.

Sometimes I found myself sneaking back to the tent trailer when my daughter was busy to enjoy her in the afternoon. She knocks my socks off... Mini French press...fill half way with grounds...top with hot water....stir her imaginations for 5 minutes...press and add some hot cream. Boom! Committed relationship... with a coffee bean anyway.
Next... perhaps with a human bean :P

P
Pat from Qc
Good but not amazing

Taste round and good but a lack of flavor. I like Congo more than that

G
G.M.
Andes Mountain coffee

This is truly a lovely coffee - velvety and smooth - but, in my opinion, could benefit from a touch more roasting to enhance the flavor.

W
Winona Haliburton
Andes Mountain

I tend to drink dark roast on a regular basis but truly enjoy Andes Mountain occasionally. I haven't met a Level Grounds coffee I haven't enjoyed.

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
89%
(17)
5%
(1)
5%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
T
Terrance Giesbrecht

Andes coffee

D
David Ford
Commitment Phobia

I've been a serial dater on the espresso / home-press scene for the last 3 years or so. I've sampled and I've sampled that... sure I'll go for a stroll with Moka House' Sacred Acre, always happy to meet up with Stick in the Mud, even had a torrid affair with Discovery Espresso, and a wild fling or two with the island girls Salt Spring and Mount Maxwell. But never ever would I consider giving up my single status and buy a bag bigger than 300g. Oh no, variety was the spice of life... entertaining me along the path to finding that elusive dark bean of utopia.

Then one Thursday night at the grocery store… hoping to meet someone new… there was a crazy sale on Level Ground and I walked out of Fairways with a brightly colored rainbow assortment of six or seven LG offerings. I typically gravitate towards darker surly personalities, but over the weeks that followed, it was actually the long legged mystique of Andes that won me over.

I bought a 2 pound bag. I even took her camping on Hornby for 10 days… we got along the whole time.

Sometimes I found myself sneaking back to the tent trailer when my daughter was busy to enjoy her in the afternoon. She knocks my socks off... Mini French press...fill half way with grounds...top with hot water....stir her imaginations for 5 minutes...press and add some hot cream. Boom! Committed relationship... with a coffee bean anyway.
Next... perhaps with a human bean :P

P
Pat from Qc
Good but not amazing

Taste round and good but a lack of flavor. I like Congo more than that

G
G.M.
Andes Mountain coffee

This is truly a lovely coffee - velvety and smooth - but, in my opinion, could benefit from a touch more roasting to enhance the flavor.

W
Winona Haliburton
Andes Mountain

I tend to drink dark roast on a regular basis but truly enjoy Andes Mountain occasionally. I haven't met a Level Grounds coffee I haven't enjoyed.