Introducing NuBrew by Carista Coffee Company, the game-changing solution for your single-cup coffee needs. Founded by the dynamic father-daughter duo of David and Eladia Michaels, NuBrew is dedicated to revolutionizing the way you experience coffee.
At NuBrew, we believe in quality above all else. That's why we source only the finest coffee beans from Costa Rica, known for its volcanic soil, high altitudes, and ideal climate for growing the best beans.
With our coffee concentrates, you can expect a rich, robust, and full-bodied cup of coffee that can be customized to your preferences in mere seconds.
Our goal is to provide you with a premium coffee experience that doesn't come with the negative side effects of jitters and crashes. With NuBrew, you can enjoy a perfect caffeine boost without any of the downsides.
Experience the NuWay to love coffee with Carista and find your perfect cup today. Say goodbye to bland, tasteless coffee and hello to a bold, flavorful, and satisfying cup of NuBrew.
Q)What is a "Specialty Brew?"
A) The term 'Specialty coffee' refers to coffee graded 80 points or above on a 100-point scale by a certified coffee taster (SCAA) or a licensed Q Grader(CQI). This is the highest grade of beans, and to be classified as Grade 1 Coffee, the beans need no primary defects and 0-3 full defects.
Q) Are Costa Rican Beans considered "Specialty Brew?"
A) Yes. Costa Rican beans have a specific fragrance, acidity, or flavor profile—most notably, all Specialty Coffee beans must be free of flaws in the cup. Additionally, none of the coffee beans must be unripe or badly roasted for a specialty-grade designation.
Q) What is the difference between brewing and steeping coffee?
A) Steeping involves soaking an item in a liquid. For instance, tea leaves in water, and that liquid can start out to be either cold or hot. Brewing involves continually applying heat from an outside source, like a flame or burner.
Q) Why does Costa Rica produce some of the world's best in-demand "Specialty Coffee"?
A) It all begins and ends with their Superior Growing Conditions. Costa Rica has high altitudes. As a result, this gorgeous land has fertile volcanic soil, warm temperatures, and steady rainfall. This tropical climate makes Costa Rica uniquely positioned to produce superior coffee beans with pleasing aromas and flavors.
True coffee lovers worldwide recognize Costa Rican roast for its complex flavor notes and distinct aromas, with Arabica that makes up nearly all varieties of specialty coffee.
Q) I keep reading about Arabica and Robusta roasts. What is the difference?
A) The majority of Arabica coffee is widely thought to have superior taste and quality than the harsh, bitter taste and rubbery characteristics commonly attributed to Robusta. Because of this, Arabica coffee is among the most sought-after specialty roasters and is used in Nubrew's concentrated coffee.
And yes, Arabica has always been considered the superior roast. This is because its typically smooth, sweet cup profile starkly contrasts Robusta's taste.