First Responder (ground)

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First Responder Coffee “ground”,

the coffee for all rescuers!

The First Responder blend is a smooth and creamy blend of fine Arabica coffee from Central America and Brazil and Robusta coffee from Africa and Asia. The beans are carefully selected and roasted over wood for maximum flavor compatibility as well as a rich aroma. Notes of dried fruits, tobacco and fine chocolate aftertaste make this blend a mild taste result, which is very low in acidity and well tolerated due to gentle hand roasting.

The result is a creamy, harmonious and aromatic coffee, with a sweet and intense flavor and a strong and velvety body.

Strength: Mild

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First Responder Coffee “ground”,

the coffee for all rescuers!

The First Responder blend is a smooth and creamy blend of fine Arabica coffee from Central America and Brazil and Robusta coffee from Africa and Asia. The beans are carefully selected and roasted over wood for maximum flavor compatibility as well as a rich aroma. Notes of dried fruits, tobacco and fine chocolate aftertaste make this blend a mild taste result, which is very low in acidity and well tolerated due to gentle hand roasting.

The result is a creamy, harmonious and aromatic coffee, with a sweet and intense flavor and a strong and velvety body.

Strength: Mild

The hand roasting

is a time-intensive and therefore the more costly roasting method. Here, the experience of the roast master is crucial for the quality. The roasting master heats the beans to 200 to a maximum of 230°C, which means that roasting takes about twelve to 20 minutes. The long roasting time reduces chlorogenic acid and bitter substances. This makes the coffee particularly digestible ( There is no heartburn as with most conventional coffees!!!). In addition, the bean has enough time to form its own aroma complexes, which provide a balanced taste.

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