- 100% natural roast beans
- Ground and vacuum packed for freshness
- Blended from the highest quality beans
- Size - 2 x 8.8 oz/250 gr
Catunambú feels that great coffee is created from a combination of the very best coffee beans available and careful production. They blend different varieties of beans to achieve their unique flavor and aroma. By using the best kinds of coffee and carefully roasting it, Catunambú’s coffee blend is unsurpassed. This particular ground coffee blend is made with 100% natural roast beans from superior coffee production regions including Latin America, Africa, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
Brew it on its own for a rich, full-bodied cup of coffee. If you prefer a less bitter yet still robust taste, blend it to your liking with our ground torrefacto mixed coffee.
Founded by Juan Ferrer over a hundred years ago, Catunambú is the coffee of Andalusia. Quality is the top priority for this 100% Andalusian company based in Sevilla. For decades Spaniards have enjoyed Catunambú coffee at their cafés throughout Sevilla and now you can enjoy this taste of Andalusia in your own home!
Coffee and sugar.
All information listed on our website, including nutrient content information, ingredient lists, and information relating to health claims is for informational purposes only and not provided as medical advice. You should carefully read all information in the actual product packaging and labels, including for food allergen, nutrient content and qualified health claims before using or consuming a product. La Tienda does not assume any liability for inaccuracies or misstatements about products.
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"reminds me of spain"
Spencer Layman - Matawan, NJ - Jan 17, 2016
"good to excellent"
Francis Vicente - Collegeville, PA - Dec 7, 2015
"Smooth and full bodied. My favorite on a Sunday morning. "
Karen Paulete - NATICK, MA - Oct 12, 2015
"My morning ritual of brewing and savoring Catunambu coffee brings back glorious memories of walking tours in Spain!"
Kathleen M Flores - McAllen, TX - Dec 17, 2014
"Great tasting coffee! Just like in Spain!Best as cafe con leche.Love it!!!"
elena gazanchyan - Saint Louis, MO - May 6, 2013
"This is a rich full flavored natural roast gourmet coffee. When I drank my initial cup of this coffee,I was fully satisfied with the delicious taste this gourmet coffee has.I prepare this natural roast gourmet coffee with an instant automatic drip filter. This is a plastic coffee filter with two compartments.I fill the compartment with the permanent mesh with the natural roast gourmet coffee.The strength of this filtered coffee has to do with the quantity of tablespoons that are used. I fill the mesh filter to the top with this grind.This equals two to three full tablespoons of this grind.I boil water in a kettle,and pour the boiled water into the automatic permanent coffee filter. Instantly the coffee grinds are percolated in this mesh filter and drip into the coffee cup. I pour milk and sweeten the taste of this coffee.This is a great tasting natural roast gourmet coffee.I have travelled to the region of Andalusia,Spain where this natural roast gourmet coffee is sold.I respected my wish to buy this brand of natural roast gourmet coffee,and I am happy I have."
Stuart - Jul 4, 2011
"An excellent roast. Not acidic or bitter. "
Erica C. - Jan 2, 2011
"i sent this a part of a christmas package to my parents and they LOVE it. i think my father will now include this as his christmas gift to others. he and my mom are now addicts to latienda.com."
meso - Jan 9, 2010
"We made the trek from Washington DC to Williamsburg VA and the La Tienda retail shop and discovered, among many things, this delicious coffee. Brewed in a French press, the taste is rich and deep but smooth, such that those who like their java "straight" and those who opt for cream are both satisfied. Please hurry and get Catunambu back in stock as I am running low!!!"
Richard Skinner - Jan 5, 2010
"We love the Catunambu coffee. It has just the right bite to make a great cafe con leche, while still providing a smooth finish. "
Maria - Oct 2, 2009