Pure Arabica Estate Coffee
Made of purely Arabica coffee beans (no additives or by products) Bristol Coffee is all sourced from our own coffee plantation. Distinguished by its extraordinary aroma, full-bodied taste and mild clean cup, Bristol Coffee is the finest of Nicaraguan coffees. Bristol Coffee delivers on the true taste of coffee any coffee lover will appreciate and enjoy.
Single Source Estate Coffee
Bristol Coffee undergoes its whole production process in one place - Santa Francisca Romana Estates, located in the shaded hills of San Marcos, in Nicaragua. Within this process, special care and attention to detail contribute greatly to Bristol Coffee's extraordinary fragrance and full body taste.
Pour-over. For more than a few years now, the pour-over has been king of specialty coffee shops and home brewing connoisseurs, while batch-brewed coffee makers have been overlooked or even completely forgotten. However, it now seems that the new trend for 2018 is a comeback for the lowly coffee maker. Read on to learn more.
Everyone in the coffee industry, including us over at Bristol Coffee are quick to tell you all about the benefits of coffee, but the negatives are very rarely discussed. We’re referring to coffee waste, and for this blog, specifically that caused by coffee cups. Although most coffee shops now carry recyclable to-go cups, studies show that only 1 in every 400 cups gets recycled. It’s not all bleak, however. HuskeeCup, a Sydney based company is working to make a positive change and essentially reuse and reduce coffee waste. Read on to find out more.
Aside from its well-known powers to combat drowsiness due to its caffeine content, coffee consumption has been demonstrated in numerous medical studies as providing positive health benefits - for example, it reduces the risk of developing both Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, and also lowers the risk of colorectal cancer. Coffee has also previously been demonstrated to reduce the risk of poor liver health (particularly cirrhosis); however, a new study from Edinburgh and Southampton universities has found that coffee consumption is linked to a reduction in the risk of liver cancer. Read on to know more.