Capsules Brazil Inácio Soares Natural Catuai 10 capsules
- Regular price
- Regular price
- Sale price
Looking to buy larger quantities? Check out our wholesales section.
Shipping with UPS
With UPS we can guarantee a fast and professional delivery service that makes sure you get your coffee fresh.
Shipping with Post Nord
For international shipping: Once PostNord has shipped your coffee out of Sweden they hand it over to the destination country's national post service.
If you have special delivery instructions or requests, please leave a note in your cart before checkout.
Coffee: These biodegradable nespresso machine compatible coffee capsules contain coffee produced by Inácio Soares. Grown at 900 meters above sea level, it is a Catuai variety and has undergone a traditional natural processing method that adds an extra layer of sweetness and complexity to the taste profile.
Taste description: A very complex and well-structured cup with notes of chocolate sweetness, balanced by the tangy, fruity notes of red berries and finishing with a clean and refreshing acidity.
Always fresh: This item contains 10 biodegradable Nespresso compatible coffee capsules packed and shipped on demand for maximum freshness. best before 2024-02-09.
Info: Net weight 135grams. Roasted and packed in by Standout Coffee, Frihamnsgatan 24 in Stockholm, Sweden. Store at room temperature. Ingredients 100% roasted coffee. Roasted by Alexander Ruas
Brewing tips: We recommend using our capsules only for espresso or ristretto shots.
Machines: The capsule can be used on all recent Nespresso machines. The following machines are incompatible with the capsules: Nespresso Essenza, Nescafé Dolce Gusto, Tchibo Caffissimo, Nespresso Vertuo, Tassimo, Le Cube.
Story: The Janson Farms story started in 1926 when Carl Axel Janson, at only age twenty-one, left Sweden and came to Panama where he fell in love with the land, nature, and everything Volcán, Chiriquí Province had to offer.
Surrounded by green forests and eternal spring weather that reminded him of his home
country, he began his legacy along with his wife Peggy Janson.
Carl decided to buy land, and he opened the first automated dairy farm in Panama. He imported Brangus cattle and different breeds of horses. He also imported large mouth bass and the bluegill fish from Florida, preserving the natural richness of the farm’s lakes for future generations.
Years later, in the mid-1980s, the Janson family realized the land’s potential for coffee plantation after evaluating the soil thanks to agricultural engineers.
In 1990, Carl’s sons Michael, Carl, Ricardo (R.I.P.), and Peter took over the business and officially founded Janson Coffee. They were driven by their dad’s obsession with hard work, quality, and love for the land; and their vision was and continues to be that of a company producing and selling nationally and abroad high quality specialty coffee of different varieties that we know and enjoy today – Catuai, Caturra, Pacamara and the famous Panama Geisha.
More than 30 years later, the story continues through Kai and Janette – second Janson generation, along with Jannette’s son Miguel – third Janson generation. Today, the three generations lead all operations in Panama to bring Janson Coffee to the local market and abroad.
Janson Coffee continues to grow as a family business keeping in mind our main goals: producing excellent quality coffee while preserving the land, growing sustainably and improving the quality of life of our workers and their families.