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Slide We have a comprehensive knowledge of where to find the best quality coffee. We only choose the finest grades from the different producing areas.

Our coffees are carefully roasted and handcrafted. We have created a flavor profile for each coffee that will help you to choose the right one.

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Slide Brazil Fazenda Pantano is located in the Cerrado close to the city of Patos de Minas at an altitude of 1,150 meters and covers a total area of 550 hectares. More than 300 hectares of the land are allocated for permanent natural forest reserves, which is six times more than the legal requirement under Brazilian law.

The farm has over 200 varietals, most of which are in experimental production, and is working closely with the Brazilian Coffee Research Institute to experiment with processing and flavour.
FAZENDA PANTANO

Slide Kiamabara AA microlot was produced by the Mugaga Farmers Cooperative Society in Kenya's, Nyeri County. The Mugaga Co-op represents nearly 960 farmers with an average farm size of 290 hectares. This microlot is comprised of mostly SL 28, SL 34 with some Ruiri 11 and Batian. This elegant cup was chosen for its its tropical flavors, light body and bright acidity. You'll experience notes of tropical fruit, black tea, currant, with a lovely brightness.

Coffee for the real connoisseur. This excellent SL28 coffee with Blackcurrant, citrus, Winey notes – are considered as some of the worlds best coffee.
KENYA AA - KIAMABARA

Slide In 1898 a man called Carlos Herrera Luna, bought a piece of land called “Hacienda El Potrero” in a town that we know today as Ciudad Vieja, in it’s beginning the land was a cattle farm that’s what the name for the farm originated from, then around the year 1928 the destination of the land changes and it becomes a coffee plantation. From 1928 to 1970 the farm was run by a company named Herrera Hermanos y Compania Limitada, a company founded by Carlos Herrera Son’s, around 1970 the farm was inherited to Sara Herrera Dorion.

Today the farm is managed by Dona Herreras relatives Tomas and Andres Olivero.
GUATEMALA SHB - GENUINE ANTIGUA

Slide Hot like cuban rhytm, spicy like cuban cigars and strong as Cuban rum.

This coffee is produced in the traditional manner (natural process) in the shade of the forest of the Sierra Maestra Mountains and is produced in small batches. All Cuban Serrano is hand-picked and produced in the main by small holders.

From a flavour point of view, our Cuban Serrano gives an intense fat flavour with a very sweet aroma. An initial sip will reveal the richness inherent in this coffee, whilst hiding behind that is a mild red fruit mouth feel which balances the flavour perfectly.
CUBA - SERRANO LAVADO SUPERIOUR

Slide This Peruvian coffee comes from the centrally located in the Chanchamayo Valley, one of the country’s major growing regions. This area produces 40% of the country’s total crop. The farms belong to small producers with less than two hectares of land that generate around 3,000 lbs. of coffee per harvest. This coffee is shade grown at high altitudes in order to produce a denser bean and a more complex cup characteristic as a result of its slow maturation process. In addition, the producers have made a remarkable effort to produce a high quality bean by only using sustainable farming practices.

SHB (Strictly Hard Bean) specifies that the coffee was grown at an altitude above 1350 meters. This term is also synonymous with SHG/Strictly High Grown; this classification is higher than HB.

medium body, soft citrus acidity, chocolate notes, smooth clean finish, nutty, balanced
PERU - CHANCHAMAYO SHG

Slide A special coffee, organic and fair, with a pleasant flavor reminiscent of fruity chocolate, thanks to its natural drying you can see all the notes of vanilla and nuts directly in the cup. When grown at height we have a short acidity and a strong aroma. The Cooperativa Cafetalera Capucas Limitada (COCAFCAL) promotes the sustainable development of the local economy in the southern region of Copán, Honduras. It helps develop financial, technical, productive and marketing services within the framework of cooperatives. It is a shared effort trying to reduce poverty and increase the quality of life in the rural communities of western Honduras. HONDURAS - CAPUCAS LIMITADA

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