• 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.

  • SL type coffee cherry south of Mt Kenya

    Kamunyaka

    Kenya

    molasses
    blackcurrant
    pina colada

    Classic Nyeri flavours are strongly present in this coffee – pineapple and hops on the nose, with blackcurrant & cola in the cup, freshened up with some passionfruit and citrus acidity.

  • Mexico El Tucan Decaf

    El Tucan Decaf

    Mexico

    baking chocolate
    brown sugar
    fruit mince

    Long gone are the days of Decaf being bad. This Mountain Water processed coffee is exceptionally well balanced; spicy and rich enough to cut through milk, but clean and sweet enough to make a delicious black coffee.

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  • Eco lodge on La Hammonia farm in Matagalpa, Nicaragua

    Selva Negra

    Nicaragua

    peanut brittle
    Fuji apple
    marmalade

    Matagalpa is renowned for very sweet savoury cups; after some opening peanut brittle, this washed caturra/catuai mix produces layers of cherry, citrus & vanilla.

  • Coffee Plants in San Ignacio, Cajamarca, Peru.

    San Ignacio

    Peru

    musk candy
    blood orange
    greengage

    Cajamarca coffees are well known for their quality, so we were stoked to find out that Faical coffee have produced an exceptionally sweet and clean natural process; marzipan levels of candy sweetness, cool out to complex plum & hefty, but refreshing citrus.

  • Cyato CWS, part of the Koakambu Coop in Southern Rwanda

    Gisanga

    Rwanda

    sherry
    plum
    passionfruit

    This Anaerobic Natural has the typical acidity and floral chacracters we expect for a South Rwandan Bourbon, but on top of a boozy sherry-like sweetness.

  • Coffee Roaster

    Single Origin

    Roaster’s Choice

    Want delicious fresh coffee? Our team roasts a selection of single origins for espresso or filter each week, let us choose something delicious and fresh for you!

  • View of Mt. Kilimanjaro from Marangu, Moshi Rural District, Tanzania

    Uru North

    Tanzania

    maple syrup
    blackcurrant
    orange blossom

    Ultra refreshing as a filter or long black coffee, expect some savoury character – syrup and spice, and assertive, but complex brightness – blueberry vinegar and citrus.

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