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Save as favourite Artisan Roast: Brazil, Fazenda Cetec, Natural
from 250g: £8.00
A distinctive, fruit forward, sweet natural process micro-lot coffee from an innovative coffee farm in the lush rolling hills of southern Brazil.
Save as favourite Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Uganda, Bukonzo Dream, Natural
from 250g: £8.00
From Cast Iron Coffee Roasters: Every year Uganda benefits from a bi-modal rainfall season and high altitudes, the country has a pleasant climate all year round and can be found covered in greenery. The mountain ranges to the East and West are home to Uganda’s arabica farmers and the government...
Save as favourite Heart & Graft Coffee Roastery: Miriam Perez Microlot: Honduras, Clave De Sol, Las Tres Marias Lot, Natural
from 250g: £8.00
From Heart & Graft Coffee Roastery: We feel like this coffee is part of our DNA here at H&G. It's one of the most characterful and distinctive coffees we've ever had and is consistently so damn tasty! It's also the coffee we've had people beating our door to get back...
Save as favourite Horsham Coffee Roaster: Brazil, Inhame, Natural
from 250g: £7.30
From Horsham Coffee Roaster: Brazil Inhame is a small family farm with 28 hectares of coffee trees located near to the town of Campos Altos. We were introduced to the farm by Bruno Souza, owner of Academia do Cafe, a Q Grade, coffee farmer and one of the most experienced...
Save as favourite Long & Short Coffee: Ethiopia, Dambi Udo, Natural
200g: £9.00
From Long & Short Coffee: DAMBI UDO Named after the area in which this coffee originated from we bring you the Dambi Udo. Coffee farming is a relatively new past time for this specific area but with the support of Buno General Trading (BGT) they have been given all the...
Save as favourite Clifton Coffee Roasters: Myanmar (Burma), Pha Yar Gyi Gone, Natural
from 250g: £10.25
From Clifton Coffee Roasters: Through the support of IndoChina, we are extremely excited to be working with a new association of 18 communities of coffee producers in the Ywangan area called Shwe Taung Thu (translates to ‘Golden Farmer’). Shwe Taung Thu came together in May 2018 to provide leadership, finance,...
Save as favourite Outpost Coffee Roasters: Costa Rica, Hacienda Sonara, Natural
from 225g: £11.00
From Outpost Coffee Roasters: Hacienda Sonora is located in the Central Valley of Costa Rica at the foot of the Poas Volcano. The farm and mill cover approximately 100 hectares. This surface is divided into 45 hectares of shaded coffee lands, 35 hectares of wild forest reserve, and 20 hectares...
Save as favourite Foundry Coffee Roasters: Costa Rica, Finca San Francisco, Natural, Whole bean
from 250g: £10.00
From Foundry Coffee Roasters: It's back! Definitely up there with our most popular natural processed coffees of the past few years, this one is an absolute belter. Just like before, prepare yourself for HUGE tropical fruit notes. Papaya, mango, apricots - it's a real treat for the taste buds. Despite...
Save as favourite Climpson & Sons: The Baron: Brazil, Daterra Estate, Natural
250g: £7.50
A classic, crowd pleaser of an espresso from Daterra Estate in Brazil. Rich, rounded and sweet this coffee is characteristic of the area, with a flavour profile of clean dark chocolate, sweet nuttiness and marzipan that sits exceptionally well as an espresso and in milk.
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Save as favourite Carringtons Coffee Co: Brazil, Ipanema Coffees Reserve, Natural
250g: £7.50
From Carringtons Coffee Co: Ipanema Coffees Reserve Yellow Bourbon makes an amazing single origin espresso with notes of hazelnut and vanilla. The crema we can achieve with this coffee is spectacular and we’ve found that it doesn’t need to be ground as fine as our Colombian offerings for espresso. This...
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