OURBLENDS

Here at Martinique Coffee we have seven unique blends to choose from. Our roasts are classified on a 1-to-4 scale based on their roasting time. Each roast ends only at the point which our master roasters know that the desired intensity will be reached.

Chiapas Blend
Chiapas Blend

Mid-roast, half bodied

Connoisseur’s Commentary:

Intense fragrance with dry notes of dark chocolate. Complex, sophisticated aroma with herbal and fruity undertones.

The flavor has a soft reminiscent of chocolate with caramel, maple and vanilla notes. It has a clean and lively, almost citric acidity to it.

Origin:

Chiapas (Huixtla) and Oaxaca (Pluma Hidalgo).

Dark Roast, half-bodied.

Connoisseur’s Commentary:

This blend bears and intense fragrance with excellent notes of chocolate and honey, alongside an exquisite aroma with a refined and well-rounded bouquet.

Its complex flavors perfectly balance chocolate, fruit jellies, and a floral undertone reminiscent of jasmine brought together by a moderate acidity.

Origin:

Veracruz (Huatusco, Coatepec, Xalapa),
Chiapas, Oaxaca and Atoyac Guerrero.

Espresso
Espresso
French Roast
French Roast

Black roast, full-bodied, dense, and robust.

Connoisseur’s Commentary:

A blend enriched by a heavily accented fragrance of tobacco, timber and spices with a smoky touch and heavy notes of dark chocolate, caramel and wood.

Its flavor is defined by its strong character and flavor. It’s not too bitter, a characteristic of dark coffee, has strong notes of caramel and roasted nuts.

Origin:

Veracruz, Chiapas, Oaxaca and Guerrero.

Half-roast, full bodied

Connoisseur’s Commentary:

This blend has a moderately herbal note and a deep aroma with undertones of chocolate, dried fruits, and hazelnut.

The brew bears a well balanced flavor with little aftertaste. It has low acidity with notes of pineapple and lemon.

Origin:

Veracruz.

Paradise Decaf
Paradise Decaf
Veracruz Blend
Veracruz Blend

Lightly roasted and light-bodied

Connoisseur’s Commentary:

An intense fragrance evokes light notes of chocolate and caramel. The aroma is soft with soft, herbal undertones.

The blend’s fruity flavor has predominant notes of peach and honey, with a lividly refined and refreshing acidity.

Origin:

Altura Coatepec and Huatusco Veracruz.

Moderate roast, half-bodied.

Connoisseur’s Commentary:

Chocolaty aroma. The unique bean selection will become an ideal topic for a chat over coffee.

 

 

Mocha Blend
Mocha Blend