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  1. Kenya - Gachatha AA
    $26.00
    Gachatha Coffee factory rests on a 392 acre piece of land between the villages of Muthuaini, Thiriku, Gachenge and Kianjau. Situated in the slopes of Aberdare mountain range in Karundu approximately 150km north of Nairobi it was formed in 1963 and currently stands at a membership of 1542 as a cooperative society. Learn More
  2. Kenya Gondo PB
    $25.00
    The Gondo factory is operated by the New Kiriti Farmers Cooperative Society (F.C.S.), which has 560 members. The New Kiriti F.C.S. has an executive committee of seven elected members and three supervisory-committee members who oversee the management committee and reports to the farmers in an annual meeting. The society has a workforce of 19 permanent staff and about 25 seasonal workers. Muranga county is situated on the western slope of the Aberdare Mountains. The soil is rich and red with a climate that is cooler than most of Kenya. There are many valleys and streams throughout the area, where 80% of the population is reliant on agriculture, and most coffee producers operate on less than one hectare of land. Microlots from Kenya are traceable to either the factory level or individual farm level (when possible), and are selected basis cup score. Because the majority of coffee farmers in Kenya own between 1/8–1/4 a hectare of land, most deliver coffee in cherry form to a local factory for sorting and processing; at the factory, the deliveries are blended and processed into day lots comprising the day' s deliveries. Our green buyer for Kenya typically takes up residency in Kenya during the harvest due to the sheer number of samples to be cupped and selects the best of these lots to purchase as microlots (fewer than 100 bags). Learn More
  3. Ethiopia Shutaye Anaerobic
    $0.00
    In Yirgacheffe, a dedicated husband and wife team runs the exceptional single farm Shutaye Mamo Shalo, a skilled female farmer and producer, is ultimately the mastermind behind this exquisite coffee. Located in the picturesque Gedeb Woreda of the Gideo Zone, the farm employs an anaerobic yeast fermentation to enhance the coffees flavours. Only the finest cherries are handpicked from the 5-hectare farm and undergo meticulous floating to eliminate imperfections.  The cherries are then transferred to a fermentation tank with the yeast strain "Saccharomyces cerevisiae" creating an enchanted anaerobic environment where CO2 interacts in the process harmoniously. After 9 days of fermentation, the cherries are carefully dried on raised beds for 25days, ensuring the perfect moisture content. The result is a cup of coffee that embodies passion, precision and uncompromising quality. With notes of red fruit and strawberries its almost like drinking a strawberry milk bringing back memories of our childhood.  Learn More
  4. Gautemala Antonio Gonzalez
    $28.00
    Finca Nueva Montaña is nestled in the forrest in the Casillas Municipality of Santa Rosa. Antonio and his wife Eby Arcely process some of the finest coffees in the region. The farms name is in honour of the work they’ve done together to transform the land for the last 31 years. Learn More
  5. Rwanda Anastase
    $28.00
    It’s extremely rare to be able to trace a coffee back to a single producer in Rwanda, so we feel extremely fortunate to be able to share this special lot from Anastase. With an impressive 5,200 coffee trees, across 15 plots of land, 81-year old Anastase is one of the largest estate holders in the area and has enough cherry to process sizeable day lots individually. Learn More
  6. Colombia San Sebastian
    $24.00
    The municipality of La Plata was an important and strategic settlement in the colonial times thanks to its easy access to important cities such as Popayan and Pasto. Coffee growers from La Plata are resilient people who always keep pushing forward to achieve better quality of life with a joyful spirit and this coffee resembles the fabric of this community well with a balanced structure, round and sweet Colombian cup, with notes of dark chocolate, citrus peel, red cherries and caramel. Learn More
  7. Ethiopia Werka Natural Organic
    $25.00
    This coffee was processed using the natural method at Gara Kone washing station, owned by Testi Coffee, a family-owned company founded by Mr Faysel Yonis. Sitting at an impressive 2,020masl, Gara Kone produces exceptional natural coffees. The washing station currently employs around 200 workers, who process some 1.5 million kilo of coffee cherry each year. The coffee is picked by some1,000 independent outgrowers of Refisa Kebele, where Gara Kone is located. Learn More
  8. Colombia La Serrania Decaf
    $20.00
    La Serrania is grown along an isolated set of mountains within the central Cordellera of Andes in the area. This coffee represents the work of more than 50 producers who are committed to quality and excellence. La Serrania is carefully hand sorted and processed at each individual farm with special attention to ensure consistency, uniformity and clarity of cup. Learn More

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