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Honduras Don Pancho
Select grinding grade: coffee beans | Weight (g): 250
When hard work produces excellence | From the first sip, this exotic coffee floods the mouth with the freshness of grapefruit and citrus, followed by notes of milk chocolate and caramel. Its balanced body and lingering aftertaste are a real treat for the palate. This microlot coffee is harvested during the Christmas season, and in the best Christmas tradition, it is a story of hard work with a happy ending. Francisco Villeda Panchito grows his Red Catuaí beans on only 2 hectares. The excellent quality of the coffee comes from Panchito’s grit and graft – having lost an arm while serving in the army, he has to work extra hard. But the results are worth it. The coffee’s aromas unfold at their best when prepared in a portafilter or fully automatic coffee maker. This rarity coffee makes for an exciting sensorial experience.

€14.90

Cuba Serrano Superior
Select grinding grade: coffee beans | Weight (g): 250
A rarity from Cuba | From the Caribbean, a single-origin coffee that ensnares the senses. On opening the package, its scent of roasted nuts and cocoa tickles the nose. With its distinctive body and intense flavour, Cuba Serrano Superior is a king among espressos. Cuba only exports very limited quantities of coffee, which makes this a rare gem. It is grown by farmers on small estates and delivered to Cubaexport, a company that ensures they receive a fair salary. These Arabica beans from the Sierra Maestra mountains are an absolute must-try.

€11.50

Colombia Finca Misiones Castillo
Select grinding grade: coffee beans | Weight (g): 250
From the Andes straight into our roaster |Did you know that Colombian coffee is one of the most popular coffees in the world? The secret of its success is twofold: the ideal climate and geographical location where it grows, and the fact that the world’s best coffee varieties are grown in Colombia. The coffee cherries for this full-bodied coffee grow on volcanic slopes at an altitude of 1,600 to 1,800 metres, where they ripen slowly under perfect conditions. The employees of Finca Misiones pick the cherries by hand and process them according to the wet method. A complex flavour palette and full body make Misiones Castillo a king among espressos, with its light citrus notes and intriguing nuances of red grapefruit and sweet marzipan. These dark-roasted beans are ideal for portafilter and mocha pot coffee. Dealing directly with Finca Misiones allows us to cut the costs of middlemen, so that the farm can pay its skilled workers higher wages and invest part of the revenues in social projects, including a school for its employees’ children.

€11.50

Ethiopia Limu Tega & Tula Farm
Select grinding grade: coffee beans | Weight (g): 250
A sweet gourmet coffee from East Africa | In Limu, farmers cultivate their coffee plants according to ecological principles. The plants grow in small plots situated at an altitude ranging from 1,600 to 1,900 metres, making this a real highland coffee. After harvesting, the farmers bring the cherries straight to their cooperative facilities, where they are washed, checked and processed. After separating the fruit flesh from the skin, the seeds are left to ferment together with the pulp in controlled water tanks. Then the bean parchment is spread on drying beds. The result is a balanced, slightly sweet gourmet coffee that gives its aromatic best as a filter coffee.

€12.90

Peru Tunki SHB EP
Select grinding grade: coffee beans | Weight (g): 250
Some of the best coffee growers in the world | This coffee comes from Peru, where the farming families living near the Bolivian border grow their Bourbon, Caturra and Typica varieties on small plots, and under challenging conditions. Most of the plantations can only be reached on foot, and harvesting is done by hand. Electricity is limited, which is why the processing on site also needs to be done by hand. But however hard their job, these Peruvian farmers – almost all of whom are members of the two indigenous communities, Quechua and Aymara – work with unwavering diligence. And the results speak for themselves. The quality of their green coffees is nothing short of outstanding. Among their top products, Tunki coffee is one of Peru’s most awarded coffees and one of the best organic coffees in the world.

€11.50

Brazil sul de Minas
Select grinding grade: coffee beans | Weight (g): 250
The smooth Brazilian | One sip of this speciality and the aromas of chocolate and sweet dried plums unfold in the mouth. With its fine body and mild character, Sul de Minas is appreciated by filter coffee fans and mocha lovers alike. It is cultivated by a small group of Arabica growers in the Monte Mirante region – one of Brazil’s oldest coffee-growing areas. This coffee is made with the ripest cherries, which are strictly selected and tested before processing. Only the lots that meet all the requirements are finally granted the right to bear the name Pergamino Sul de Minas.

€9.90

Papua New Guinea
Select grinding grade: coffee beans | Weight (g): 250
Great things in small packages | The smallholders of Papua New Guinea don’t grow their coffee on classic-style plantations. This coffee with its gentle flowery aroma is grown in coffee gardens – small plots that usually have room for no more than 20 plants. With a landscape characterised by mountain ranges, steep valleys and remote plateaus, the plots are hard to reach. This often requires the coffee to be collected by planes landing on grass runways. These farmers grow their coffee without using any synthetic fertilisers or chemical pesticides. The coffee cherries are either processed by hand pulper or brought to the central washing station. PSC stands for Premium Smallholder Coffee – a fully deserved designation.

€11.50

Rwanda Bugoyi Washing Station
A delicacy from Rwanda | Honey, peach, almond and caramel notes combine to fill the mouth and delight the palate with an elegant harmony of flavours. A fantastic sensorial experience confirmed by an excellent SCA score. These outstanding Red Bourbon coffee beans come from the Bugoyi Washing Station, which is run by Emanuel Rusatira and his family on the shores of Lake Kiwu. They are brought there as cherries by the local farmers, most of them women. Rusatira loves to experiment with different fermentation techniques. This specific, limited-edition lot was produced by honey/anaerobic fermentation, though a multi-step process: 40% of the beans were left to ferment for 12 hours, 40% for 24 hours and 20% for 48 hours, giving this refined premium filter coffee its sweet, fruity profile.

€10.50

India Monsooned Malabar AA
Select grinding grade: coffee beans | Weight (g): 250
By courtesy of the monsoon | Hugely popular among connoisseurs, Indian coffees owe their moderate acidity and good balance to India’s special climate. India Monsooned Malabar is THE Indian coffee par excellence. It is grown on the Karadykan Estate, in the southern Indian province of Karnataka. The plantations cover steep mountain slopes and are home to up to 50 different species of trees and plants, which provide welcome shading for the coffee plants. But what makes Monsooned Malabar so special is its unique processing method. After being harvested, the coffee beans are stored in jute sacks for four months and exposed to the special climate of the monsoon season. This is how the coffee develops its unparalleled cup profile and aroma – to some, it’s the best coffee in the world. Try it as an espresso, or treat yourself to an Indian twist with this recipe for Masala coffee: boil cinnamon and cardamom seeds in milk. Add the brewed coffee and shake vigorously before serving. Enjoy!

€11.50

Nepal Mount Everest Supreme
Select grinding grade: coffee beans | Weight (g): 250
Premium quality from the world’s northernmost growing area | This coffee has a long history. It was brought from Myanmar to Nepal by a monk in 1939, and it is cultivated with great effort in what has become the world’s northernmost coffee growing area. Established in 1994, the Plantec Coffee Estate lies 70 km north of Kathmandu, in a valley with an unusually mild climate for its latitude. The success of this project was made possible by many years of hard work. Now, the soil has been reforested, wildlife is being protected and the coffee is grown according to organic cultivation. This Himalayan coffee is wet-processed and sun-dried. It stands out with its fine herbal notes and its slightly fruity, somewhat nutty aftertaste with notes of dark chocolate. A real gem for filter coffee drinkers.

€20.90

Honduras White Honey Finca Rio Colorado
Select grinding grade: coffee beans | Weight (g): 250
So young, so good | This coffee is good, very good. Even more, it’s doubly good. Firstly, because despite being young it scores 84 SCA points. Secondly, because it does a lot of good to the Celaque National Park area. Finca Rio Colorado is a coffee project led by local coffee growers together with international coffee experts. The farmers produce high-quality green coffee practising eco-sustainable cultivation: while they replant forests, maintain apiaries and protect the precious water resources, they also make a living from growing coffee. The Rio Colorado project supports social initiatives such as the creation of a virtual library for children and young people as well as the local clinic. Last but not least, it is through this project that a coffee school has been set up. We are very proud to be part of it.

€15.90

Congo Lake Kivu
Select grinding grade: coffee beans | Weight (g): 250
A speciality from Lake Kivu | Did you know that the taste of African Arabica is entirely different from the taste of its Central American or Asian counterparts? It is what makes coffee lovers so keen to try out different single-origin coffees. This organically grown speciality from Congo is named after Lake Kivu, where Bourbon and Catuaí varieties are planted near the shores. The local farmers belong to the Sopacdi organisation, which markets coffee without intermediaries. To them, coffee is an important source of income in a country that is regrettably still affected by corruption and political instability. Filter coffee connoisseurs will appreciate this coffee’s fine aroma, ripe fruitiness and balanced body.

€12.90

Peru decaffeinated (Co2)
Select grinding grade: coffee beans | Weight (g): 250
Awaken your taste buds |This is a coffee for connoisseurs – you can tell from the moment the beans hit the grinder, filling the air with their sweet, tantalising aroma. One sip and notes of chocolate, dried fruit, malt and almond unfold in the mouth. The sensory experience is so intense that you almost forget this is a decaffeinated coffee. Not an ordinary decaffeinated coffee, though. These beans have been stripped of caffeine through a gentle carbon dioxide-based process that makes the coffee particularly well tolerated. Peru Co2 is designed for portafilter and fully automatic machines, but works great in the mocha pot, too. Not only is this organically grown coffee gentle on the stomach, it’s also fair on the farmers, as the green beans are supplied by the Yacumama cooperative according to fair trade principles.

€14.90

Brazil Fazenda Dutra Bio
Select grinding grade: coffee beans | Weight (g): 250
Quality organic coffee from Brazil | If you have a sweet spot for chocolaty notes and quality organic coffee, you will be delighted with Brasil Santos Bio and its lingering aftertaste of nougat, caramel and almond. This organic coffee is grown in southern Minas Gerais, Brazil, where coffee cultivation represents the main source of income for a large part of the local population. So, it is no surprise that this area accounts for half of Brazil’s entire coffee production. However, as certified-organic coffee plants have a comparatively lower yield and require more effort and commitment than conventionally grown plants, this type of coffee is hard to come by in Brazil. The beans for this rarity coffee are sourced from several smallholder organic farms, and blended together to create a unique cup profile.

€12.90

Kenya Microlot Thika
Select grinding grade: coffee beans | Weight (g): 250
A rarity with a zesty character | If you love African coffees, Microlot Thika is something you want to try! With its fruity, citrusy flavours, this speciality makes for an enjoyable, well-balanced cup. The beans for this coffee come from one single farm, the Muiri Coffee Estate in Kenya. It received the organic certification in 2008, and is the only such farm in Kenya, making it extra special. The Muiri Coffee Estate lies at an elevation of 1,530 metres, 42 km north-east of the capital city, Nairobi. The remarkable SCA score of 85+ confirms the premium quality of this coffee. So, there’s nothing for it but to open, brew and enjoy!

€15.90

Costa Rica Tarrazù SHB EP
Select grinding grade: coffee beans | Weight (g): 250
A sweet highlander from the Caribbean | Another speciality coffee from the Caribbean that stands out with its expressive body and refined taste. Tarrazú is a versatile coffee, excellent as a filter coffee and equally enjoyable if prepared with a moka pot or French press. Its Arabica beans come from the Tarrazú highlands, on the west coast of Costa Rica, where the mineral-rich soils and the proximity to the Pacific Ocean offer the ideal conditions for growing coffee. This gourmet coffee has sweet, vibrant chocolaty notes that melt in your mouth! Fun fact: In Costa Rica, the cultivation of Robusta coffee is prohibited by law.

€9.50