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  • Pulping machine with coffee cherry & seeds in Burundi

    Inyambo

    Burundi

    blackberry jam
    chrysanthemum tea
    grapefruit

    This smaller screen coffee shows amazing complexity – a herbal and lightly savoury front palate opens to complex sweetness and leaves a lingering peach aftertaste.

  • Ripe coffee cherry on a tree in Cauca, Colombia

    Munchique

    Colombia

    ruby grapefruit
    toffee apple
    milk chocolate

    This delicious mix of Colombia, Tabi and Caturra comes from Popayán in the Cauca Department. As is typical for the region, we’re getting lots of texture – chocolate and toffee; and refreshing red fruit acidity makes for an engaging drink as a black coffee or in milk.

  • Chery drying at Finca La Toboba in Brunca, Costa Rica

    Don Senel

    Costa Rica

    tangerine
    redcurrant jelly
    chocolate ice cream

    This naturally processed Costa Rican coffee is superbly picked and processed, sweet fruit characters and an engaging acidity lead to a wonderful creamy chocolate finish.

  • Community coffee farms in Naranjo de Dota, Tarrazu, Costa Rica.

    Naranjo de Dota

    Costa Rica

    candied ginger
    cranberry
    apricot

    Washed Tarrazú coffees are well known for bright acidity and stonefruit, but this coffee presents sweet complex chai-like spice and a slightly more rounded cup.

  • El Salvador Himalaya

    Himalaya

    El Salvador

    musk candy
    peach leather
    almond biscuit

    This coffee displays complex stonefruit, engaging and balancing acidity, and a long floral aftertaste.

  • Raised beds with coffee drying in Guji, Ethiopia

    Alaka

    Ethiopia

    blackcurrant
    papaya
    mango

    We buy Guji coffees to blend with in our Strider and Moonface blends; this year’s Alaka replaces our outgoing Dikitu coffee – bulky dark berry and white sugar sweetness are rounded out with papaya and floral characters.

  • Coffee seedlings in Bensa, Sidamo

    Fafi

    Ethiopia

    blueberry jam
    grapefruit jube
    white tea

    Sidamo has become renowned for delicious coffee, and the Bensa district is the highest altitiude in the region; complex jam character with a light tea and floral finish make this natural a delight to drink.

  • View from Aricha, Gedeo zone, Ethiopia

    Resiti

    Ethiopia

    dark chocolate
    pineapple
    honeysuckle

    We love Aricha coffees for their berry and stonefruit character, and this Natural processed lot from the Resiti mill is no exception. Dark chocolate opens to layers of sweet tropical and apricot fruit characters – with a complex honeysuckle aftertaste.

  • Naturally processed coffee drying in Kochere, Ethiopia

    Shifo

    Ethiopia

    nectarine
    cherry blossom
    jelly candy

    Kochere has long been one of our favourite areas for natural coffees, showing many similar characteristics to neighbouring Yirgacheffe coffees, and this superbly processed Welisho natural from the Shifo mill showcases all the stonefruit we love, finishing with floral and jelly candy characters.

  • El Boqueron

    El Boqueron

    Guatemala

    raw cacao
    tropical fruit
    mascerated strawberries

    Santa Rosa is one of the hidden gems in Guatemala, and this coffee from New Oriente is an excepetional natural lot. Coffee is collected from 250 smallholder farms at peak of ripeness and carefully sundried to accentuate the toffee and cherry characteristics the region is known for; expect strawberry, tropical pineapple and a buttery caramel finish.

  • Picture of Banana leaves and coffee shrubs in San Marcos, Guatemala

    El Jardin

    Guatemala

    toffee
    cherry candy
    grilled pineapple

    This textural washed coffee displays developed fruit sweetness, expect cherrry cola and candied pineapple.

  • Drying patio at Renacimiento in Solola, Guatemala

    Renacimiento

    Guatemala

    malt candy
    creamy apricot
    strawberry

    Renacimiento is back – one of our favourite coffee returns after a year hiatus. Grown 5 hours southwest of Quetzaltenango, this organic coffee is grown and picked by 68 women in the Renacimiento Co-op; this caturra & catuai mix presents sweet malt, with delicious red berries and buttery stonefruit through the mid palate.

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