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Discover our range of washed coffees here. This processing method creates some of the world’s finest coffees with blend typically much fruitier and acidic than other methods. How do they do it? Washed coffee is produced by firstly pulping the coffee cherry to remove the outer layer of skin, before leaving the bean to ferment in water for one of two days. The mucilage is then washed from the bean once its aroma has been absorbed.
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Save as favourite Blind Owl Coffee: Peru, El Diamante, Washed
from 250g: £7.00
From Blind Owl Coffee: These beans have been adapted to grow in a cooler climate than many other Peruvian coffees, giving them a body that is full of complexity and a flavour which is perfectly balanced. Tropical fruit sweetness partners with Grany Smith apple acidity, creating a truly unique brew....
Save as favourite Blind Owl Coffee: Rwanda, Huye Mountain, Washed
from 250g: £7.00
From Blind Owl Coffee: This Red Bourbon coffee from the Southern region of Rwanda is supplied by collaborative small farms in the region. The high altitudes & nutrient soil are perfect for producing high quality coffee & bring rich complexity to the cup flavour. Roasted to a medium profile, you...
Save as favourite Blind Owl Coffee: Guatemala, El Esperanza, Washed
from 250g: £7.00
From Blind Owl Coffee: Grown at a high altitude in the Western region of Guatemala, this strain of coffee has been carefully nurtured on farmland owned by Fransisco Morales and his family. Soaking in plenty of sunlight in a plush valley, these beans are full of fruity flavour. In the...
Save as favourite Rounton Coffee Roasters: Colombia, Finca Las Brisas, Washed
from 250g: £8.50
From Rounton Coffee Roasters: This microlot was produced and processed by Carlos Alberto Ulchur, a smallholder member of the ASORCAFE - Inzá, Cauca producer group.   Produced at 1,900 metres above sea level, this very special lot was selected out from the rest of the organization’s producers as being of...
Save as favourite Rounton Coffee Roasters: Kenya, Handege AB, Washed
from 250g: £8.00
From Rounton Coffee Roasters: In line with the rising awareness on the need to conserve the environment, the factory has dug the wastewater soak pits away from the water source where the wastewater is allowed to soak in back to the soil. Currently, the factory does not engage in wastewater...
Save as favourite Weanie Beans: Colombia, Inza, Washed
250g: £8.50
From Weanie Beans: The Inza municipality which is on the border of Colombia's top two growing regions, Cauca & Huila, is home to lots of small coffee growers, most of whom produce fewer than 10 bags a year. In order to achieve more sustainable prices and more volume, they pool...
Save as favourite Casa Espresso: Guatemala, Ayarza Cherry Mill – El Retiro, Washed
from 250g: £7.90
From Casa Espresso: We have chosen this washed coffee together with the Natural from the same mill. The pulped cherries are soaked for 36-48 hours with one water change, then patio dried for 5-6 days and finished in a mechanical dryer for 12 hours. Based in Santa Rosa, south east...
Save as favourite Casa Espresso: Colombia, Cencoic Co-op - Pico de Águila, Washed
from 250g: £7.50
From Casa Espresso: A pleasant return for this new crop Colombia. This coffee is produced by the CENCOIC coop by over 316 families in the Cauca region. Pico de Águila is located in the Honduras Reserve in the municipality of Morales on the western mountain range 32km east of Popayán....
Save as favourite Clifton Coffee Roasters: House Filter V.9: Ethiopia, Werka Wuri, Washed
from 250g: £6.75
From Clifton Coffee Roasters: Located in the Southern Nations of Ethiopia, Werka Wuri is a BNT owned washing station that processes cherry from over 750 smallholder farmers that surround the Werka Sakaro kebele (village), a few km to the east of Gedeb town. BNT industries are one of the most...
Save as favourite Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Kenya, Kii factory, Washed
from 250g: £10.00
From Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: The coffee grown in rich and fertile red volcanic soil is handpicked by the smallholder members and delivered to the factory where is it pulped. This will initially separate the dense beans from the immature 'mbuni's (floaters). The beans are then put through a 2...
Save as favourite Long & Short Coffee: Guatemala, Domingo Lopez - El Pajal, Washed
200g: £8.50
From Long & Short Coffee: We take a detour from our regular African coffee selection to bring you the ‘Domingo Lopez’ from Guatemala, named after the farmer who harvested this crop. Domingo harvests his crop on his farm ‘El Pajal’ in Huehuetenango, where he grows a mix of Caturra, Catui,...
Save as favourite Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Guatemala, Domingo Lopez - El Pajal, Washed
from 250g: £8.00
From Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Domingo Lope is the owner of 8 hectares of land in San Antonio Huista, Huehuetenango. His farm - El Pajal - sits at 1920 masl and is planted with Caturra, Catuai, Bourbon and Pache. Domingo has been preserving his pure Arabica varieties - despite the...
Save as favourite Rinaldos Coffee: Kenya, Kimlogit - AA, Washed
from 225g: £7.95
From Rinaldo's Coffee: Another fabulous Kenya with this beautiful Kimlogit AA. It has an SCAA CUP SCORE of 88. It's a sweetly rounded coffee with a big citrus finish and exceptionally fruity. The coffee is grown at 1550 meters above sea level on the expansive slopes of Mt. Kenya region which...
Save as favourite Outpost Coffee Roasters: Ethiopia, Chire, Washed
from 225g: £10.00
From Outpost Coffee Roasters: This region, its growers and people are named Guji Oromo, coming from Oromia woreda in southern Ethiopia. Coffee farming is an integral part of the culture in the highland areas. This region and its zones develop unique and exquisite tasting coffees. Countless heirloom varieties are grown...
Save as favourite Foundry Coffee Roasters: Ethiopia, Duromina, Washed, Whole bean
from 250g: £8.50
Classic Washed Ethiopian coffee never fails to amaze and this coffee, bursting with lime, honey and juicy oranges is a perfect example. Wild espresso or refreshing, tea-like filter coffee - there really are no bad options here. Duromina, is a coffee cooperative in the southwestern Jimma Zone. Coffee has grown...
Save as favourite Foundry Coffee Roasters: El Jardin: Colombia, Delos Andes, Washed, Whole bean
from 250g: £7.50
From Foundry Coffee Roasters: We're loving our new comfort offering. This is clean, elegant coffee. Expect a sumptuous drink with sweet plum notes and a lovely smooth caramel finish. This is solid, well-balanced coffee that is super easy to brew whether you are using an espresso machine or any other...
Save as favourite Foundry Coffee Roasters: Kenya, Thirikwa Farmers Co-op, Washed, Whole bean
from 250g: £10.00
From Foundry Coffee Roasters: Our first Kenyan coffee of 2019 and what a great start to the season! This coffee is absolutely bursting with flavour. Less 'chewy' than Kenyans can be but still juicy and bright. In the cup, you can expect zingy lemongrass and rhubarb notes but with the...
Save as favourite Dear Green Coffee: Guatemala, La Esperanza, Washed
from 250g: £12.50 - FREE Delivery
From Dear Green Coffee: La Esperanza has MAYACERT "Con Manos de Mujer" (With Hands of Women) certification. This protocol promotes social responsibility, product quality and gender equity. The farm collaborates with women, providing work opportunities and training and working with their communities on socio-economic and environmental initiatives. Farm/Coop: La Esperanza...
Save as favourite Dear Green Coffee: Guatemala, Santa Marta, Washed
from 250g: £9.00 - FREE Delivery
From Dear Green Coffee: David Rodriguez is the second-generation coffee producer on this farm. He started with about 20 manzanas (a manzanda is about 0. 7 hectares) and slowly grew his farm to the 45. 5 hectare it is today. At the beginning, very few people believed that he could...
Save as favourite Dear Green Coffee: Guatemala, Red de Mujeres, Washed
from 250g: £8.50 - FREE Delivery
From Dear Green Coffee: The Red de Mujeres, or "Network of Women" is a large group of female coffee producers covering five different areas of Huehuetenango. The group is made up of 830 women, but this particular lot comes from the San Antonio Huista area and is the product of...
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