Velton's Single Origin Coffee and Espresso is produced by a small roastery focused on quality control at every turn. Only the highest quality beans are considered. All of Velton's coffee is roasted in small batches, hand blended, and promptly packaged in the highest quality bags (with one-way degassing valve) to ensure maximum freshness.
Single origin coffee simply refers to a selection of coffee beans harvested from a single coffee farm.
The single origins we have available are regularly rotated depending on availability. Currently, we offer the following:
- Mexico Nayarita: Originating from the Nayarita area of Mexico, this delicious roast features a silky milk chocolate body, low acidity, fruity aromas and is excellent when prepared as an espresso.
- Brazil Condado Estate: This pulped natural coffee is great for both pour over and espresso. Expect notes of nutty chocolate and a little fruitiness on the side!
- El Salvador El Retiro: Originating from Finca el Retiro in El Salvador, this 100% red bourbon coffee was a finalist at the 2006 Cup of Excellence competition. Orange citrus, honey lemon, deep chocolate and a clean, sweet profile make this a great choice for either pour over or espresso preparations.
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Special selected single origin coffee is designed to target a specific flavor profile designed by this talented local Seattle-area roaster.
|Roast Level Shades||Shade: Medium Dark Brown | Names: Viennese, Full City, Light French, Espresso|
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Excellent, nuanced, evenly roasted coffeeReview by Troy
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I ordered the Single Origin Mexican beans. It took about two weeks for the coffee to arrive because Velton's roasts them fresh to order and delivers them to SCG.
This is a very mellow coffee with nice lush fruit notes. I like the smoothness of the coffee. It is not overly bright, but more lively than it is dark.
(Posted on 8/20/12)