Ethical blends and SPECIALITY coffees

COOL EARTH – our chosen charity

For every bag sold, we will DONATE A PERCENTAGE OF PROFITS directly to Cool Earth. They exist as a UK based charity to back the people, to protect the Rainforest and fight climate crises in the regions we source our coffees from.  By purchasing our coffee it gives us all an opportunity to give back whilst enjoying a great cup of coffee. Ethical and Fair.
To see more of their work and the impact they are making please visit: www.coolearth.org

AZTEC – BLENDED

A traditional style coffee, well balanced, and is a popular and easy going coffee, suitable for all day coffee drinking. A blend of quality Arabica & Robusta coffee, roasted MEDIUM – DARK to a full chestnut colour.
Blended and roasted, perfecting the balanced flavour, rich body, strong aroma and malty aftertones. It achieves a dark brown rich crema when served as an espresso.
PLANTATION REGION:
Various countries South America.
BEAN TYPE:
Blend of Robusta and Arabica beans
DESCRIPTION:
Perfect for everyday coffee shop/restaurant servings or for easy drinking at home.

MISSION MIX – BLENDED

A blend of quality Arabica & Robusta coffee, roasted to a DARK CHOCOLATE colour. This blend is hand picked and slowly roasted to achieve a coffee which is dark, rich, highly fragrant, with a strong intense flavour which is perfect for traditional lattes. This roast is also known in the trade as a “full city roast” or a “French roast”.
PLANTATION REGION:
Various South America.
BEAN TYPE:
Blend of Arabica and Robusta beans
DESCRIPTION:
A medium to full roast coffee, bursting with flavours of liquorice and caramel, perfect for espresso’s and cappuccino’s, lots of personality, very versatile.

PERUVIAN – SPECIALITY Organic cooperative

JUMARP (Asociación de Productores Cafetaleros Juan Marco El Palto) is doing extraordinary work revolutionising coffee production in rural Peru. We are particularly proud to support one of their innovative projects, the Mujeres program. The El Palto Mujeres program supports gender equity in the community. This CERTIFIED ORGANIC coffee is produced by several Mujeres program members, all of whom are women.
JUMARP – was founded in 2003 by José Carranza Barboza and 35 other smallholder farmers.  Across Peru, most smallholder producers use a similar household-based model of production. Farm sizes are small and coffee is hand picked.
  • Region/Town: El Palto, Yamón district
  • Processing: Fully washed
  • Altitude: 1300-1800m above sea level
  • Owners: 188 members of Juan Marco ElPalto (JUMARP)
  • Farm Size: 1-15 hectares – total 549 hectares
  • Cup score: 85+

COLOMBIAN –  BOCHICA FARMGATE INITITIVE

This speciality coffee is sourced from cooperatives and small holder associations located across Colombia’s most famous coffee-growing region. Every bag of Bochica purchased supports SUSTAINABILITY PROJECTS in local communities.
These small holder farmers typically use the traditional fully washed method of processing. Cherry is selectively handpicked and then pulped, usually on the farm. After pulping, coffee is fermented in tanks for 26 to 36 hours. Then, parchment is washed in clean water and laid on parabolic beds to sundry for up to 20 days. We pay a premium for sun-drying, and for overall quality, to help producers remain sustainable.
A full body coffee with notes of chocolate and fruit with a bright acidity.
  • Region/Town: Huila
  • Processing: Fully washed
  • Altitude: 1300-1900m above sea level
  • Owners: cooperatives
  • Farm Size: 1-15 hectares
  • Cup score: 85+

BRAZILIAN – SPECIALITY CASCAVEL VERDE

Our Cascavel Verde (Portuguese for green) is sweet, versatile Brazilian coffee with notes of brown sugar and a citrus-like acidity.
Brazil accounts for 40% of all the worlds coffee production and most Brazilian coffees are grown on huge farms, built and equipped for mechanical harvesting and processing. Our coffees are sourced from INDEPENDENT FARMS smaller than 7.5 hectares using a mix of traditional and manual harvesting, where ripe coffee is picked using a Derricadeira – a sort of mechanised rake that uses vibration to harvest ripe cherry. A tarp is spanned between coffee trees to capture the cherry as it falls.
  • Region/Town: Espirito Santo
  • Processing: Pulped natural
  • Altitude: 800-1100m above sea level
  • Owners: Independent
  • Farm Size: 7.5 hectares
  • Cup score: 84

CONTACT US

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN STOCKING OUR COFFEE PLEASE CONTACT US FOR TRADE PRICES