Coffee Beans

Coffee Empire's vast selection of coffee beans are truly one of a kind in the Philippines. From careful selection through various growers to a tailored roasting style and profile, we make efforts to ensure that the over-all experience from each cup will be unforgettable.

 

COFFEE BEAN ROSTER OF COFFEE EMPIRE

 

 

LOCAL COFFEE

 

Benguet Atok Grade 1

Variety:      Typica and Bourbon

Elevation:      1100 – 1400 masl

Roast level:      Light to Medium

Process:      Washed

Tasting notes:      Delicate flavors of cacao chocolate, hints of cracked pepper with mild acidity and sweet finish.

Verdict:     Best for espresso and espresso-based coffee; goes well with Siphon as it produces lots of complexities.

Price:      250 gr: P470
                500 gr: P945 
                1 kg: P1,400

Sagada Coffee Hand Sorted

Elevation:      1200 masl

Roast Level:      Light

Process:      Natural

Tasting notes:      Reminiscent of an Ethiopian Coffee, particularly of Yirgacheffe. It has a tea-like flavor with hints of lemon acidity and effervescence of floral aftertastes.

Verdict:      Best with hand-brewed method via metal filter.

 

COFFEES OF THE WORLD

 

SPECIALTY GRADE

 

Panama Geisha Natural Process La Esmeralda

Variety:      Geisha

Elevation:      1500 – 1700 masl

Roast Level:      Light

Process:      Natural

Tasting notes:      Very fruity, with every cup having hints of red berries, peaches, plum, and blueberry. Also has vibrant floral aromatics and tasting notes of lemongrass.

Verdict:     Perfect either as hand-brewed or as espresso. This coffee brings happiness in every cup!

Price:     250 gr: P3,000
               500 gr: P6,000
               1 kg: P 9,000

Ethiopian Sidamo

Variety:     Heirloom Ethiopian

Elevation:     1700 masl

Roast Level:     Light

Process:     Natural

Tasting Notes:      Tea-like, with herbal aromatics and flavors of jackfruit and lemon juice. This coffee is sweet to the tongue, and has a very clean entrance and exit.

Verdict:      Great for cappuccinos as it gives a fruity fusion for the espresso and milk. However, we’re still in conflict, as we really love it with any hand brewer.

Price:     250 gr: P600
               500 gr: P1,200
               1 kg: P1,800

Ethiopian Konga Yirgacheffe

Variety:      Ethiopian Heirloom

Elevation:      1800 – 2200 masl

Roast Level:     Light

Process:     Natural

Tasting Notes:     Different from the usual Yirgacheffe with floral notes and lemon acidity, the Konga Yirgacheffe will give you flavors of different berry fruits. It has a very sweet finish that exemplifies the over-all flavor of the coffee.

Verdict:     Best when hand-brewed with paper filter.

Price:      250 gr: P600
                500 gr: P1,200 
                1 kg: P1,800

Ethiopian Sidamo Guji Area Natural

Variety:      Ethiopian Heirloom

Elevation:      1800 – 2500 masl

Roast Level:     Light

Process:     Natural

Tasting Notes:     This coffee punches a lot of flavors; notable flavors for this coffee are lemon and lemon grass. Also gives out lots of floral aroma.

Verdict:     Best when hand-brewed with paper filter.

Price:      250 gr: P535
                500 gr: P1,070 
                1 kg: P1,600

 

 

THESE ARE THE REST OF OUR GREAT COFFEES

 

 

Brazil Fazenda Dutra

Variety:      Yellow Catuai

Elevation:     700 - 1300 masl

Roast Level:     Medium

Process:     Pulp Natural

Tasting Notes:      This coffee has caramel sweetness with hints of milk chocolate. Creamy and round. We are reminded of the traditional coffee flavor with this coffee as it embodies both the flavorful coffee, tangy taste and vanilla flavor towards the end.

Verdict:      This is fantastic as espresso and hand-brewed coffee.

Price:      250 gr: P570
                500 gr: P1,135 
                1 kg: P1,700

Guatemala Fancy Antigua Santo Domingo SHB

Variety:      Bourbon

Elevation:      1300 – 1600 masl

Roast level:      Light

Process:      Washed

Tasting notes:      Medium-bodied coffee with clean, balanced, "Bourbon" character and hints of lemon and lemon peel.

Verdict:      Best with any hand-brewed method with either metal or paper filter.

Price:      250 gr: P570
                500 gr: P1,135 
                1 kg: P1,700

Kenya AA Asali

Variety:      SL28, SL34

Elevation:      1675 masl

Roast Level:      Light - Medium

Process:      Fully Washed

Tasting notes:     This coffee has a pleasant cocoa and blackcurrant fragrance, a strong cocoa flavor with some subtle wine and fruit characters present upon cooling, followed by a vanilla and caramel finish.

Verdict:      Best with any hand-brewed method with either metal or paper filter.

Price:      250 gr: P600
                500 gr: P1,200 
                1 kg: P1,800

El Salvador San Judas Farm

Variety:    Bourbon & Pacamara

Elevation:     1,250 – 1,650 masl

Roast level:     Medium

Process:     Fully Washed

Tasting notes:      Aside from hints of dark chocolate and nuts, this coffee has a very good creamy texture with caramel and spice finish.

Verdict:      Best with any hand-brewed method with either metal or paper filter

Price:      250 gr: P570
                500 gr: P1,135 
                1 kg: P1,700

Indian Thippannali Estate

Variety:

Elevation:     1,000 – 1,400 masl

Roast level:     Medium to Full

Process:      Fully Washed

Tasting notes:      A coffee with bold intensity and low sweetness, earthy-musty flavors, caramelized sweet/bittersweet aspect, and a hint of pipe tobacco flavor.

Verdict:     Best with any hand-brewed method with either metal or paper filter.

Price:      250 gr: P535
                500 gr: P1,070 
                1 kg: P1,600

Indonesian Bali Kintamani

Variety Typica and Bourbon

Elevation:     1,300 – 1,700 masl

Roast level:     Medium to Full

Process:      Natural sun-dried

Tasting notes:      Sweet and heavy-bodied with berries and chocolate.

Verdict:     Any Hand brewed method whether metal or paper.

Price:      250 gr: P535
                500 gr: P1,070 
                1 kg: P1,600

Ethiopian Harrar

Variety

Elevation:     1,300 – 1,900 masl

Roast level:     Medium to Full

Process:      Sun-dried

Tasting notes:      Ethiopian Harrar coffee is known for its winey, fruity, floral- toned acidity—bright in the cup, even intense—and a rich, pungent, and heady aroma that is wonderfully reminiscent of blackberries. A good Harrar is bold and edgy with complexity and spicy tones that may include cinnamon, cardamom, blueberry jam, apricots, compote, and even smoke. Also has a lingering finish.

Verdict:     Any hand-brewed method whether with metal or paper filter; may also be made as espresso for those looking for a brighter espresso.

Price:      250 gr: P535
                500 gr: P1,070 
                1 kg: P1,600

Brazil Cerrado

Variety Typica and Bourbon

Elevation:     800 – 1,200 masl

Roast level:     Medium to Full

Process:      Washed

Tasting notes:      Dark cacao, nuts, and good acidity.

Verdict:     Espresso and hand-brewed.

Price:      250 gr: P500
               500 gr: P1,000 
                1 kg: P1,500

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Last modification: Tue 27 Jun 2017
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