Organic Coffee

Aymara Food Organic Coffee

We offer different varieties of exceptional green grains: Caturra, Bourbon, Icatu, Geisha, Catimor, among others. Our beans are sold green, washed and dried, ready to be roasted.

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A few months after the coffee tree flowers, fleshy red fruits appear: coffee cherries, each containing two coffee beans.

After harvesting, the fruits are sorted according to their quality, the thin skin around the coffee beans is removed and then they too are sorted.

Then comes the essential stage of roasting, which releases the aromas and gives the distinctive flavour to each type of coffee. Roasting is carried out between 180°C and 240°C for a length of time that varies depending on the desired colour and taste.


  • Rich in magnesium, which is involved in bone development, protein building, muscle building, dental health and immune system function.
  • Contains vitamin B2 which plays a role in the energy metabolism of all cells. Contributes to tissue growth and repair, hormone production, and red blood cell formation.
  • Source of vitamin B3 which contributes to energy production.
  • Rich in dietary fibre and soluble fibre that contribute to the prevention of cardiovascular diseases.
  • Source of Pantothenic acid (vitamin B5).
  • Produces beneficial effects on sporting performance. Caffeine may have possible effects on adrenaline, muscle contraction and the central nervous system by reducing feelings of fatigue and increasing endurance.

To avoid any side effects, coffee should be enjoyed in moderation – about two or three cups a day (equivalent to three espressos).



General Characteristics

Binomial name: Coffea Arabica

Origin: Tropical regions of Central and South America

Washed and dried green coffee beans

Moisture content: from 10 to 12%

No added additives

Unroasted coffee, processed to raw standards

Free from allergens, GMOs, BSE / TSEs and non-irradiated processes

Available with Organic, Fairtrade and UTZ certifications

Green beans packed in 60 kg jute bags.

The best way to enjoy organic coffee

Before drinking, Aymara Food coffee must be roasted. Depending on the length of the roasting process, the coffee will be mellow, smooth or bold.

  • A light roast will give a slightly red brown bean, with a mellow taste.
  • A medium roast will produce a darker bean, with a smoother or more marked flavour.
  • A longer roast will give a darker bean, with a fuller-bodied flavour reminiscent of charcoal and caramel.

Coffee is generally enjoyed as a hot or cold drink. You can make cappuccinos, flavoured coffees, mocha coffees, iced coffees, smoothies, oatmeal and almond milk coffees and much more.

It can be used in cooking to make certain desserts (tiramisu, coffee éclair), biscuits, muffins, cakes, but also savoury sauces and other recipes.