Colombia: Ignacio Quintero
COLOMBIA: IGNACIO QUINTERO This microlot was produced and processed by Ignacio Quintero and it’s the second year in a row we have sourced this delicious Colombian.
Colombia: Sugarcane Decaf E.A
COLOMBIA: SUGARCANE E.A – BELLA VISTA DECAF
Citric acidity but with a lovely full bodied toffee & nut characteristic.
Costa Rica: Aquiares Estate WASHED
Another great coffee from the famous Aquiares Estate in the volcanic region of Turrialba, Costa Rica.
Ethiopia: Aricha Edido Natural
ETHIOPIA ARICHA EDIDO NATURAL: A delicious and clean naturally processed coffee from the Gedeo Zone of Southern Ethiopia.
ETHIOPIA: Biftu Gudina
A clean and complex washed Ethiopian coffee with flavours of pink lemonade, peach and elderflower. It is light to medium bodied with heady floral notes and a sweet lingering aftertaste.
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House Filter v.1: Francisco Sergio Lange
House Filter v.1 – Francisco Sergio Lange
The latest edition to our house coffee offering. A naturally processed Brazilian coffee, sourced exclusively for a filter roast profile.
Francisco’s farm is 17 hectares, and has recently become FairTrade certified. He believes that his coffee is special due to the geographic characteristics of his farm, such as altitude, rainfall, rich volcanic soil and mild climate. His hopes are that he can develop and strengthen relationships through serious, honest and fair partnerships, with excellent service and provision.
We believe that Mr. Lange was the perfect partner to launch our House Filter Project.
KENYA: Ichuga AB
A beautiful and interesting washed Kenyan with a big gooseberry jam and grapefruit flavour, a syrupy sweetness and complex high quality acidity. Fragrant lavender on the finish makes this a unique and delicious coffee.
MEXICO: BERILO FICHA NUEVA
MEXICO: BERILO FICHA NUEVA – Dark Chocolate, Lychee, Nutmeg, Lemon Acidity.
Rwanda: Buf Peaberry
RWANDA BUF Peaberry: Buf Café Washing station is owned by an inspiring local woman Epiphanie Mukashyakain. She was widowed during the 1994 genocide – which claimed over 800,000 lives in just 3 months. She chose not to leave her family’s small coffee farm and instead she set about rebuilding and developing her business and with it the local community.