Coffee meets Gingerbread | 19grams ft. Pfeffer&Frost
Dein perfektes Match für diesen Winter: Winter Rendezvous Blend und Lebkuchen.
Die perfekte Kombination: Lebkuchen matching Kaffee.
Die Lebkuchen gibt es auch vegan - von Pfeffer&Frost!
Cranberries, Milchschokolade, Orangen Zeste

€139,60 / kg

Whole BeanV60 / KalitaChemexFrenchpress
Traditional GingerbreadVegan Gingerbread


Juicy, sweet Elisen gingerbread from Pfeffer&Frost made according to a traditional recipe - (optionally) vegan improved - meet a Colombian bean that you can only swipe right. For your cosy Advent afternoon with Family&Friends, fine Elisen gingerbread comes with sustainable coffee: velvety chocolate and orange notes ensure delicious harmony between coffee and pastry - the perfect rendezvous.

Hardly a day goes by without a cup of coffee. For many, it has become a natural companion. But there are so many special things about coffee that we can celebrate.

For your comfy Advent afternoon with friends or family, we have combined our fine Elisen gingerbread with a light filter coffee: The velvety chocolate and orange notes of coffee and Christmas biscuits harmonise in a magical way, making this winter rendezvous a special moment.

Even the cultivation of the single origin coffee is special in terms of craftsmanship: only fully ripe cherries are harvested by hand at the beginning of the local coffee season in September on the land of Finca Morelia. After 36 hours in a water bath and 48 hours of fermentation in a water tank, they are then allowed to dry in the Colombian sun for 25 days. Unlike other coffees, these beans then change hands at a fair price that sustainably supports the country and its people, and once they arrive in Germany, they are roasted just as carefully by 19grams.

So that all the leisure and skill of our craftsmen can also unfold in your cup, we recommend brewing in the V60, for example. You can find more brew guides here.

Your team from Pfeffer&Frost x 19grams

What you should know about this coffee

Coffee from Colombia

Coffee first came to Colombia in 1732. Since then, the fame of Colombian coffees has grown greatly, mainly thanks to the symbolic figure of the farmer Juan Valdez. Colombian coffees have a wide variety of flavors that vary from region to region. They range from heavy bodies with chocolatey notes to light bodies with a fruity sweet cup profile.



Recommended brewing ratio

16g Kaffee, 250g Wasser, mittlerer Mahlgrad, in etwa 2,5 min Brühzeit

Coffee flavours

Cranberries, Milchschokolade, Orangen Zeste



Orangen Zeste


Eine Filterröstung mit den weihnachtlichen Noten von Orange und Schokolade. Perfekt zu Lebkuchen.

About the coffee

Variety : Colombia + Caturra

Altitude : 1770 m üNN

Fertilizing method : biologisch

Harvest time: Sept - Dez // Apr - Mai

Soil type : fruchtbare Böden

Processing place: auf der Farm

Drying time : 25 Tage

About the farm

Farm : Finca La Morelia

Coffee farmer: Miller Walles Cruz

Operator form: Eigentümergeführte Farm

About the farm : Miller erhebt für seine Farm den Anspruch die Qualitäten stets zu verbessern.

Other varieties on site: Colombia, Bourbon

Cooperation: neuer Partner

coffee filter 19grams

Bloody Good Filter

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