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We have gathered the questions we hear frequently from our customers on one page.
You can find one of the ready-made answers to your question about Matoke coffees or any subject here.
Why does Matoke only contain African coffees?
Matoke is a brand born in the African continent, the homeland of coffee. He is 100% African in order to carry the spirit of the land he was born in and to give you this experience.
How do we get our coffees?
With the "Direct Trade" model of our company headquartered in Africa, we buy quality Arabica / Robusta coffee beans directly from the farm or small farmers, and export these beans to other countries as roasted and packaged.
Is our coffee fresh?
Why don't we roast according to the taste of every country?
Each coffee bean is unique and its quality varies according to many different factors. This is why it is so important for the coffee roaster to recognize the coffee. For this reason, we work with local roasters who know the characteristics of the harvest very well and are experts only in this coffee.
What are the Coffee Roasting Types?
What is Light Roast Coffee?
It is a light-bodied coffee that has been roasted for less time. Roasting is finished after the first cracking sound. If the beans have fruity and floral aromas, these aromas are preserved and a soft-tasting coffee is obtained. It is ideal for those who cannot drink milk & black coffee or those who want to catch the aromas of coffee.
What is Medium Roast Coffee?
Roasting is finished after the second cracking sound. Moderately roasted coffees can be enjoyed throughout the day, offering a balanced acidity, body and aroma.
What is Dark Roast Coffee?
These are intense coffees with bitter tastes. With this roasting method, which is generally preferred for espresso, the taste of coffee can be felt stronger.
What are decaf and high caffeinated coffee?
What is Single Origin?
The same type of coffee beans grown in a single region or on a single farm are called. These beans are not blended with other beans. It allows to experience the distinctive features of that region. Rather, single origin is preferred for filter coffee.
What is Blend?
It is obtained by mixing different regions or different types of coffee. It is obtained by roasting coffee beans with different taste, smell, body and acidity in different profiles and mixing them in special proportions. In blending, it is aimed to create a perfect blend. Robusta blends are used frequently, especially in espresso.
What is the Difference Between Arabica and Robusta Coffee Beans?
Is your coffee organic, does it contain flavor & fragrance additives, does it contain gluten?
Matoke coffee beans are completely organic and contain no additives.