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Slow Coffee unlike espresso which requires a few seconds to extract the coffee, the gentle method requires human intervention and requires a longer preparation time (several minutes) hence the French name "slow coffee".

Cold brew is a slow coffee method of cold brewing coffee. Simply let your grinds steep in a large quantity of water for 12 hours or more. In a cup, you will obtain a harmonious drink, while avoiding bitterness due to over-extraction and keeping a high caffeine level!

No, on the contrary, even if it is darker, thicker and stronger in taste, espresso is less rich in caffeine than filter coffee made using the qlow method. In fact, the infusion time is longer and therefore allows more caffeine extraction.

Our organic coffee ranges

Exceptional coffee

ARAKU exceptional coffees embody excellence, they are distinguished by incomparable quality and remarkable sensory characteristics.

Specialty coffees

Specialty coffees typically score above 80 out of 100, and ARAKU coffee consistently scores above 90.

Pure Arabica coffees

ARAKU specialty coffees are made exclusively from beans of the Arabica variety, recognized as the most popular and appreciated worldwide.

Fair Trade Coffees

ARAKU specialty coffees are fair trade and follow ethical trading standards that ensure fair and dignified working conditions for producers.

Indian Cafes

ARAKU Indian coffees come from a valley in India. India boasts a thriving specialty coffee culture that makes it one of the best in the world.

Grand Cru Coffees

Grand Cru coffees are exceptional coffees. They are carefully selected from specific regions, renowned for their specialty coffee culture.

Organic Coffee

Organic coffees are grown using agricultural practices that preserve the environment and exclude the use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers.