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100% Colombian<br>Single Origin<br>24 ct - Pods

100% Colombian
Single Origin
24 ct - Pods

$ 20.99

Medium Roast, Capsule  

Tasting Notes:
Winey, fruity, balanced acidity.


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100% Colombian
Single Origin
24 ct - Pods

Medium Roast, Capsule  

Tasting Notes:
Winey, fruity, balanced acidity.



100% Colombian

Originating in Colombia, this unique and balanced coffee is sweet and delicately fruity. The classic Colombian profile, mildly sweet, medium-bodied, they have the most recognizable coffee flavor to most North Americans. Our full-bodied, winey roast has an exquisite dry finish, and balanced brightness and acidity with hints of walnut.


About Colombia

While no one knows for sure, it is said that the coffee plant was first introduced to Colombia in the early 1700s by the Spanish settlers. The Colombian natives were hesitant at first when it came to planting these coffee trees because it can take up to 5 years before you can harvest the coffee cherries. To convince the Colombians to plant these trees, the archbishop of Colombia ordered everyone to plant 3 or 4 coffee trees as penance at confession instead of the traditionally used silver. With this new rule in place, many coffee trees were planted on the land. Even though stories say that coffee arrived in Colombia in the 1700s, the first documented export of coffee from Colombia was in 1835 with a total of 2,560 bags. Coffee grows well in this area due to the dense hills and mountains with a wet climate and high elevation.

How Our Coffee is Roasted

Because coffee can differ by variety, elevation, and processing, all coffee cannot be roasted the same. Because of this, the roast is the most important part of producing a really good coffee. Like all great family secrets, the art of roasting our specialty coffee has been passed down from one generation to the next. For over 80 years, we have carefully selected, blended, roasted, and packed what we believe is the world’s finest coffee. We roast our premium coffee beans in vintage roasters with a novel drum design. This allows for better airflow and reduces the risk of over-roasting, which can cause a burnt flavor. Different compounds are developed during this roasting process at different times. By controlling the chemical reactions taking place in the bean during the roast, we can change or determine the flavors in the final cup!

Medium Roasts – Our Medium Roast start to roast out some of the most subtle flavors. As well as showcasing the distinctive qualities of the bean’s origin, it will also bring up caramelization and body.


Barrie House was awarded a patent for our single serve capsule

It can hold more coffee than most competitive single serve capsules and its unique design allows for the brewed coffee to be uniformly channeled through the capsule. The result is a bigger, better, bolder cup of coffee!

revcup™: patented Sustainable capsule design

➤ Recyclable aluminum lid

➤ precision ground coffee

➤ biodegradable filter

➤ Recyclable capsule* ♷

recycle in 3 easy steps*

1 Serving: 2 Tbs coffee + 6oz water
Allow at least 2 minutes
to cool capsule.
2 Servings: 4 Tbs coffee + 12oz water
Carefully peel foil lid off
and remove filter with coffee grounds.
Water temperature for all brewing methods: 195º-205º
Compost grounds & filter or discard.
Recycle aluminum lid & plastic capsule
wherever these recyclables are accepted.
*Not recyclable or compostable in all communities.

Coffee with Milk & Sugar

At Barrie House, we want you to enjoy your coffee black, (we worked so hard getting the roast and blend just perfect) and good specialty coffee should taste naturally sweet and delicious without adding anything. But, we will say, there are times when adding milk and/or sugar to your coffee makes perfect sense!

How can milk & sugar improve the taste of Coffee?

Many coffee drinkers add milk and sugar to coffee, probably because most of the coffee they have experienced needed something to make it more palatable or drinkable. Inexpensive coffee will lack sweetness and is often extremely bitter (sound familiar?) Sugar will of course, increase the sweetness and adding milk is a great way to reduce that bitter taste. You may have been overcompensating for poor coffee by adding too much. Fat, sugar and protein are the elements in milk that influence flavor and feel.

Fat gives milk that signature dense, silky texture.

Only use whole milk, it is necessary for rich flavor and that silky texture.

Protein in milk is essential for bonding. Milk that is higher in protein has better flavor but will also produce better foam in lattes or cappuccinos. Milk foam is created by adding air to milk which is made possible by heating protein molecules. When properly heated, milk will break down into sweeter tasting compounds. Heating milk below the 140 °F will improve milk and subsequently, making a sweeter coffee.

Adding sweeteners (sugar or sugar substitute) will sweeten our coffee, but please keep in mind what it does to the flavor profile.

Take three cups of the same coffee and use a natural sugar in one, Sweet n' Low in another and Stevia in the last. All will "sweeten" the coffee but some may add an aftertaste or dull the true flavor of the coffee.

estate blends &
single origin coffees

Lighter roasts with higher acidity and are more complex may taste sour if you add milk so lighten up on the milk and try the coffee black to start. So, which coffees are best with milk or sugar?

In our opinion, coffees with lower acidity, citrus, or fruity flavors tend to work with milk better (chocolate or earthy flavor profiles). Love a dark roast but don’t like the bitterness? Milk is the answer!

If you enjoy a milder cup with a lot of creaminess and natural sweetness, a medium to medium-dark roast coffee with low acidity is a great choice. Our espresso blends are perfect for those that take their coffee with milk, cream, or sugar. In fact, most espresso blends are intended to be used with milk.


A benefit of adding milk or creamer to our flavored coffees is that it can actually help enhance the flavor of that coffee. It can help make that coconut, bourbon or pumpkin flavor more pronounced – just don’t use too much of the creamer.


8 OZ
Fresh Brewed
Barrie House Coffee
1 OZ
Cream or Milk
(add more if you are feeling adventurous)
3 PACKETS (~8.5 g)
(stirred until uniformly dissolved)

This will help to achieve the optimal flavor taste experience.

You can enjoy Barrie House coffee in any number of ways

1 serving = 2 Tbs coffee + 6 oz water
1 Serving: 2 Tbs coffee + 6oz water
2 servings = 4 Tbs coffee + 12 oz water
2 Servings: 4 Tbs coffee + 12oz water
Water temperature for all brewing methods:
Water temperature for all brewing methods: 195º-205º


Below are some of our favorite recipes – some are coffee drinks; others use coffee as an ingredient.
And all of them are delicious.
Banoffee Shake
• 1 1/2 cup of your choice of milk
• Half a banana
• Any nut butter (optional)
• 1 tsp. Vanilla extract, ice and, of course,
• Your favorite brewed Barrie House coffee

Combine with a blender or food processor, serve cold.


• 1 serving of hot, dark roast coffee
• Gelato or rich ice cream

A traditional Affogato is made with vanilla gelato covered (drowned) with espresso.

Barrie House dark roasts work best but a strong brew of any roast will work.

First, brew a cup of espresso or any dark roast coffee.  Next, scoop ice cream into a  bowl or cup.  Then,  drizzle a small amount of hot coffee onto the ice cream, just enough to flavor the ice cream.  It will melt slightly creating an amazing coffee/ice cream combo.

Keep the rest of the coffee handy to add more as needed.

irish whiskey

• 1 serving of hot, dark roast coffee
• 1 T brown sugar
• 1 shot of whiskey
• Heavy whipped cream

Adding one tablespoon of brown sugar to a tall glass or mug.

First, brew a cup of espresso or any dark roast coffee and pour it over the brown sugar to dissolve.  Next, add one shot of whiskey.

Gently float the whipped cream over the top of the coffee.


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