MAGYARUL

 
 

 

Coffe Beans

The types of coffee found below are available both in raw and in different roasted variations in our shops. Furthermore, we sell flavoured varieties of coffee (vanilla, caramel and peanut) as well as freshly roasted coffee-beans dipped in white chocolate. You can find our coffee-shops here.
 
 

Viennese , French , Italian

method

Country of origin

Description

Vi Fr It
Ethiopia Soft, and fruity with a mild aroma of flowers  

Jemen Mocca

With a hint of chocolate, the coffee has a fruity, slightly spicy flavour.

   

Kenya

It is the queen among the brands of coffee, having strongly spicy, soft aroma of flowers.  

Tanzania

A strong, spicy, aromatic coffee.    

Uganda

This coffee leaves a mild aftertaste of chocolate.    

 


   
 

Bécsi, Francia, Olasz  

method

Country of origin

Description

Vi Fr It

Bolivia

Grown 1,000 meters above sea level, free of any chemical intervention. The beans are picked exclusively by hand to ensure quality. Its peculiarity is its low acid content and its complete lack of any caffeine.

   

Brazil

This coffee has an aromatic flavour with a gently sweetish touch.    
Costa Rica Richly aromatic coffee.    

Guatemala

Its flavour-effect hints of chocolate, and it is mildly spicy.  

Guatemalan Antiqua

With a rich flavour, it is excellent for white coffee mixed with a Viennese roast or some other aromatic coffee.    

Guatemalan Maragogype

Also known as the 'elephant bean', this is the biggest bean in the world. Its taste suggests silky chocolate.  

Hawaiian Kona

This typically soft, harmonic tasting coffee suggests caramel and cinnamon.

   

Jamaican
Blue Mountain

The 'caviar' of coffee, this plant has been grown since 1725. The coffee has a wonderful, sweet aroma with hazelnut and chocolate taste.

   

Columbia

This coffee has a slightly walnut-taste, with a smoky touch.

 

Columbian caffeine-free caffee

It has a faint walnut taste and an intense, yet pleasant flavour.

   

Mexico

It is a pleasantly aromatic coffee, with a mild walnut taste.

 

Mexican Maragogype

Taken from extra-large beans, the coffee has a slight walnut flavour.

 
Nicaragua Silky chocolate taste with a touch of spice    

Panama

It is a softly aromatic sort of coffee with slight caramel taste.

   

Peru

Gentle, silky taste that reminds us of chocolate mixed with faint smoky flavour.    

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bécsi, Francia, Olasz  

method

Country of origin

Description

Vi Fr It

India

Strong nicely flavoured full-bodied coffee. Its taste is rich in content.

   

Indonesian Jawa

The coffee is firm and substantial, typically full of flavour, strongly spicy.

 

Indonesian
Sumatra

It is an exotically spicy, full-bodied, aromatic coffee.

   

Kopi Luwak

The most expensive coffee in the world originated from the Indonesian Islands (Java, Sumatra, Sulawesi). A rare coffee, a genuine delicacy, the coffee beans are picked out from the droppings of beasts of prey belonging to the civet-cats who eat coffee-beans.

   

Papua
New-Guinea

A harmonic tasting coffee, with a rich, full aromatic scent.

   

 


Roasting methods:

Viennese roasting:
light roasting, resulting in soft silky flavors with high caffeine-content; recommended for white morning coffee


French roasting:
medium roasting, a little stronger flavour-impact; suitable for making all kinds of coffee


Italian roasting:
strong roasting, for oily coffee-beans with lower caffeine content and peculiar flavour; recommended for making ristretto


 

Some pictures on the coffee-roaster:


Cafe Mistral Kft.
H-2090 Remeteszőlős, Nap utca 19.
telephone: (+36) 30 953 7723
write e-mail
© All rights reserved