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Single Origin

We can commonly define a single origin coffee as one that is grown within a single known geographical location. The beans may be the product of a single farm or a collection from a single country. It may seem like a minuscule distinction to make, but factors including soil acidity and mineral levels, type of fertilizer used, and the timing of harvest can all affect the way a coffee tastes.
We can commonly define a single origin coffee as one that is grown within a single known geographical location. The beans may be the product of a single farm or a collection from a single country. It may seem like a minuscule distinction to make, but factors including soil acidity and mineral levels, type of fertilizer used, and the timing of harvest can all affect the way a coffee tastes.
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