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Originally from NJ, Ashley is an Air Force spouse and a mother of two handsome and energetic little boys. She was a former Youth Program Specialist for Mountain Home Air Force Base, a certified Elementary School Teacher, and has 30 years of dance experience in performance and instruction.
While currently residing in Summerville (SC), she focuses her time on running the household, and being a great mom and supportive wife. She loves music, dance, coffee, and the beach. Ashley is all about good vibes and good company!
Peruvian Citrus coffee is a medium-roasted, organic coffee that is grown in the Piura and Amazonas regions of Peru. The coffee is made with a blend of Caturra, Bourpon, Catuai, Pache, and Catimor coffee beans. The coffee has a smooth, creamy flavor with notes of salted caramel, silky sweetness, and citrus.
The coffee is grown at an altitude of 1100-1700 meters and is fully washed and dried in the sun. The coffee is certified by the Fair Trade Organization and the Organic Organization.
Peruvian Citrus coffee is a great choice for anyone who enjoys a smooth, flavorful cup of coffee. The coffee is also certified by the Fair Trade Organization and the Organic Organization, which means that the coffee is grown in a sustainable way.
The coffee is perfect for enjoying hot or cold. It can be brewed using any method, including drip, pour-over, and French press.
Peruvian Citrus coffee is a delicious and flavorful coffee that is sure to please. It is a great choice for anyone who enjoys a smooth, creamy cup of coffee. The coffee is also certified by the Fair Trade Organization and the Organic Organization, which means that the coffee is grown in a sustainable way.
How to make Peruvian Citrus Coffee
To make Peruvian Citrus Coffee, you will need:
- 1 cup of coffee
- 1 tablespoon of sugar (optional)
- 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract (optional)
- Brew the coffee according to your favorite method.
- If desired, add sugar and vanilla extract to the coffee.
Tips for Making Peruvian Citrus Coffee
- For stronger coffee, use more coffee beans.
- For sweeter coffee, add more sugar.
- For more flavorful coffee, use vanilla extract.
- Peruvian Citrus Coffee can also be made with decaf coffee beans.