Meet Badrip from Santa Barbara Mountains in eastern Honduras, on the border with Guatemala. The Santa Barbara Mountains and the nearby Yojoa Lake create a unique microclimate for coffee production. The region has never suffered a drought, and the mild climate lasts throughout the year and allows the stress-free cultivation of coffee. In a cup, you can taste red apple, walnut and chocolate.
Brazil – something sweet!
Feel invited for the trip to Brazil’s Vale da Grama, a volcanic valley between São
Paulo and Minas Gerais state – that’s where Fazenda Rainha plantation is located
and those Yellow Bourbon coffee beans are cultivated. Perfect if you want to drink
sweet coffee. In a cup, you can taste milk chocolate, peanut and marzipan.
If you wonder where is the center of coffee world, we have answer – Ethiopia is the
primary center of origin of the Arabica coffee plant. The washed Yirgacheffe is one of
the best highland-grown coffees. This coffee will give you very complex experience –
it’s tea-like with aromas of Earl Grey, lime, lemon, vanilla and flowers
Kenya – black and red currant, blueberries and gooseberry.
Welcome to Mukerwe-ini town located in Nyeri county. The Nduma factory lies at
around 1750 meters above sea level and is part of the Ruthaka Farmers Cooperative
Society. Coffee beans are wet processed in typical Kenyan style. If you love fruity-taste coffees, this coffee is for you. You can taste black and red currant, blueberries
How to brew?
Brewing Bagdrip is fast and easy. Watch the video: