Flavours: Milk Chocolate | Toasted Nuts | Tangerine
40% Brazil Fazenda Rainha Da Paz
A classic Brazilian coffee with low to medium acidity and intense notes of milk chocolate and roasted nuts. Full-bodied and creamy in mouthfeel, this is a staple coffee from an amazing and relatively young farm in Patrocinio, Minas Gerais. The Montanari brothers (Roger and Marcello) are paving their way in the area fast gaining a reputation for innovation and social and environmental responsibility.
40% El Salvador Chelazos
We are so proud of this coffee having sourced it during a trip to El Salvador in February 2017. Determined to work with small scale producers where possible, we chose the region of Chalatenango to source our coffee from and came across a group of incredibly determined and focused farmers defying the challenges of the area and remaining committed to the principles of quality coffee production. The result is juicy, clean, balanced, and bursting with plum and marzipan.
20% Sumatra Bener Meriah
Sumatra is possibly one of the most challenging origins to work with when looking for quality, it’s unique processing method and infrastructure can result in coffees that display a real woody, earthy character. Bener Meriah is a washing station in Aceh (North Sumatra) that belongs to the Bener Meriah Farmers Group, compromising of 400 farmers. We have worked with these smallholders for nearly four years now thanks to the clean coffee they produce – intense and full-bodied this coffee has deep notes of dark chocolate, tamarind, and plum.