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Señor K
Café de Campeonato
Café de Campeonato translates to "Championship Coffee" and was used by Senor K's Pedro Ricardo to win the Chilean national barista championships in 2022. From Colombia, it gathers the best genetics of the Typica and Pink bourbon varietals, processed by carbonic maceration to offer an exquisite coffee with the aroma of maple honey, a raspberry syrup flavour, and the sweetness of red fruits.

*Each box comes with 10 Nespresso®-compatible capsules.

*Any capsules labelled as a "sale" item have a remaining shelf life between 2-8 months.


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Coffee notes
  • Tasting Notes
    Honey, Lemonade, Peach
  • Body
  • Acidity
  • Sweetness

Café de Campeonato


Coffee details

Señor K

Señor K is a Chilean specialty coffee company dedicated to showcasing the hard work of coffee-growing families from around the world. By importing green coffee beans directly from over 10 different origins, they strive to bring out the unique flavours of each region. Committed to sustainability, Señor K pays fair and direct prices to coffee growers, and has created the first line of compostable coffee packaging.

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  • Type
    Single Origin
  • Processing
    Carbonic Maceration
  • Origin
  • Varietal
    Typica | Pink Bourbon
  • Roast level
  • Suitability
    Espresso, Long Black, Iced Coffee.
  • Others
    This coffee was produced by Carlos Fernando de los Ríos from the Villa Alsacia Estate that has a 90 point cupping score. It had undergone the natural process followed by a carbonic maceration fermentation for 168 hours in controlled temperatures which contribute to its sweet flavours and liquor notes.

On the Morning Machine

Brew Mode: Ceremony

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Championship-winning Coffee

This limited edition coffee was used by Pedro Luis Ricardo Pineda in the Chilean Barista Championships where he won and went on to qualify at the world level. Grown at heights between 1500 and 1600 m.a.s.l. this coffee from Colombia's Quindío region, was produced by Carlos Fernando de los Ríos of the Villa Alsacia Estate.

It is a micro-lot that gathers the best genetics of both the Typica and Pink Bourbon and processed with the carbonic maceration process to offer an exquisite coffee that is liquor-y, sweet and syrupy.