The Alce Nero blend for mocha beans is Fairtrade certified.
The Faitrade Alce Nero blend for moka pots is made exclusively from arabica coffee cultivated at an altitude of between 1250 and 1800 metres, in the shade of other fruit or timber trees, by the farmers of our Prodecoop members in Nicaragua and Coop Norandino in Peru.
Our farmers are members of Cooperativas Sin Fronteras, an international organisation which promotes the principles of quality, wholesomeness and sustainability and which to date involves more than 14,000 families of producers in Latin America. Alce Nero is a member of Coop. Sin Fronteras, together with Cooperativa Norandino in Peru and Prodecoop in Nicaragua, produce our organic, certified Fairtrade coffee.
The coffee is lightly toasted and modified atmosphere packaged. Packaging is fitted with an aroma-saving valve which preserves the identity and all the strength of the original flavour. A balanced, light and aromatic blend. Sweetly reminiscent of brown sugar, peaches in syrup or candied fruits. The Nicaraguan arabica balances the palate with the sweetness and basicity of dried fruit, whereas the Peruvian arabica concludes by adding roundness and a full-bodied quality (never overwhelming), completed by a pleasant after-taste.
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