This coffee comes from Tanzania. It has been sourced from the Manjinja Farmer Group, which is made up of 20 farmers. In the 2015 – 2016 season, neighbouring farmers joined together to produce fully washed coffees and began what is known as the Manjinja Farmer Group. The coffee is fully washed with water from the […]
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is perfect for growing coffee with its warmth, high altitudes and fertile soils but this has not been taken advantage of because of civil war and ongoing political instability. The government and people of DRC are starting to see coffee exports as a positive way of rebuilding their economy. […]
This Colombian coffee is a French roast, which means that it is darker than most modern espresso blends. French roasts are characterised by their dark colour, oily beans and lack of acidity, with the prominent taste being the roasted taste which can overpower some of the more subtle coffee flavours. Our Mediterranean blend works equally […]
This coffee has a sweet aroma, citrus tones, a bright medium acidity and a well-rounded cup. Our Fairtrade Nicaraguan coffee comes from the mountainous northwest region of Nicaragua – because it is a strictly high grown coffee, grown at high altitudes, the bean develops slower, resulting in a higher density. Nicaraguan coffee production is mainly […]
This coffee is a medium to dark roast, with a smooth body and notes of hazelnut and citrus. Brazil Ipanema is a single estate in the heart of Brazil’s coffee producing region of Minas Gerais. Ipanema has the perfect microclimate for protection against low temperatures. Considered to be one of the largest farms in the […]
This coffee has a vibrant flavour with notes of toffee apple and sugarcane, delicious! The turbulent history of coffee has left a deep imprint on El Salvador’s history, politics and development. The 19th Century saw the rapid growth in coffee production, which traditionally provides more than 50% of the country’s export revenues.
This coffee is a full bodied, vibrant cup with a little spice and a touch of caramel. Guatemala has very diverse geographic and climatic characteristics, thus its territory is divided into eight separate regions in terms of coffee cultivation. From the growing areas grouped based on different micro-climates, the highest region is the Huehuetenango, where […]