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What exactly is "single-origin coffee"?

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java_jim
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This is a term that is new to me. This may be down to the fact that not many people in my area seem to be coffee drinkers. I know within my own family, I am one of only two who enjoy the roast. Can someone explain to me what this means? I don't need anything in great detail. I just want a basic understanding is all. 

 
Posted : 1 September 2023 19:47
sunset1987
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From my understanding of it, it just means it comes from a single producer or single crop, region, or country. They are smaller lots as well so they tend to be better regulated and more fresh but also typically seem to be more expensive. 

 

 
Posted : 3 September 2023 21:50
java_jim
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Posted by: @sunset1987

From my understanding of it, it just means it comes from a single producer or single crop, region, or country. They are smaller lots as well so they tend to be better regulated and more fresh but also typically seem to be more expensive. 

 

Okay, I was not quite sure. I had thought that all coffee came from a single source but I guess bean companies can get their beans from various farms all over the place. I am shocked that non-single origin brands don't struggle with inconsistent flavour! 

 

 
Posted : 15 September 2023 22:08
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