Coffee was first cultivated on Chatham Island (today called San Cristóbal) in 1879 with plants imported from the French colonies. Despite not having land at high altitude, the island produces excellent coffee thanks to three unique factors: a moderately tropical climate that provides generous amounts of rainfall from January to May; relatively young volcanic soil, rich in nutrients; and an environment completely free of pesticides, fungicides, herbicides and chemical fertilizers, which are banned on the island. These factors, in addition to careful processing, result in an exquisite raw harvest which boasts a fresh tanginess, rounded off by a delicate hint of chocolate.
Bacha Coffee offers exquisitely roasted single origin 100% Arabica coffees from every producing country in the world. These individually wrapped, single-serve drip coffee bags were specially conceived to allow the full aroma of each hand picked coffee to produce a perfectly balanced cup.
Step 1: Tear open the sachet from the slit at the top of right side.
Step 2: Gently open the filter bag by tearing along the perforation.
Step 3: Hook the paper clasps around your cup.
Step 4: Slowly pour water heated to 95°C over the coffee until you fill the cup.
Fits perfectly in our Bacha Heritage Coffee Mug.