For all those winter mornings when you need a coffee with soul, not some lower-caffeine all-Arabica blend the other brands call a Breakfast Blend!
Most "breakfast blend" coffees have a normal amount of caffeine, and try to wake you up with flavor alone, usually by darkening the roast. That's nice, but let's be honest: we need a little extra kick in the morning sometimes.
Jump Start coffee blends premium Arabicas with organic, shade-grown Araku Valley (India) Robusta. Robusta is naturally higher in caffeine than Arabica, meaning a cup of this coffee contains 20% more caffeine than a cup of straight Arabica coffee, without any artificial additives.
To give you that extra flavor punch we need in the mornings, when our taste buds are still sleepy, the rest of the blend consists of pleasantly sharp, bold André Sanches Bourbon Suprema and the deep mineral volcanic soil profile of Brazil Santa Izabel Microlot Arabica coffee. These are green unroasted coffee beans for home or commercial roasters. We recommend a Dark Roast.
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Starting the day with Jumpstart is the way to go!
We started roasting a small order but this is now our main coffee selection.
Flavor- At moderate roast- Full City- No bit, No bitterness, Some chocolate notes. This blend excites the entire tongue. We add a non-lactose milk to whiten the first cup of the morning, (when we have some in the fridge); the rich flavor and smoothness of the plain unaltered coffee also is wonderful. There is enough caffeine to start the day. We now Jump-Start every morning.
Posted by Laurence DeBoer. on Aug 27th 2018
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India's coffee tradition goes back 400 years or more, when a variety called Kent was first established in the Southern Hills. Arabicas predominated until the blight of 1870, when growers needed to hybridize to resistant varieties. The resultant strains had genes from Liberica and other unique, resistant species. Learn more and browse India's Araku Valley coffees here.