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Avoid Bad Life

Five Panel Hat

Material:
Cotton
Description:
Cool cap made by RCollection! Size is adjustable with a strap.

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30,00

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Avoid Bad Life

Coffee Mug

Material:
Ceramic
Capacity:
2,5dl
Description:
Avoid Bad Life one mug at the time!

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15,00

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There's always need for a mug.

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Avoid Bad Life

T-Shirt

Material:
Organic Cotton
Fit:
Regular
Description:
Organic cotton, Fair Trade

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25,00

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Our barista ladies prefer size S and guys usually pick the L.

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T-Shirt

Material:
Organic Cotton
Fit:
Lady
Description:
Organic cotton, Fair Trade

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25,00

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Our barista ladies prefer size S.

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Trooper Beanie

Material:
Merino Wool
Description:
Warm and soft beanie made by Villawool helps you to avoid the nasty winter weather!

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29,00

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Ethiopia

BANKO GUTITI

Filter

Description:
Bergamot, Juicy
Region:
Kochere, Yirgacheffe 
Wet mill:
Alemu
Varietals:
Ethiopian Heirloom
Process:
Washed

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From 14,90

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Yirgacheffe is known for its clean, floral and acidity driven washed coffee. The area where this coffee is grows has some of the most complex and intense coffee flavors in Yirgacheffe. There are mainly small family plots of both recently planted trees of improved varietals and traditional old varieties.

We roast and ship the coffees on wednesdays.

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Kenya

Kamwangi

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Description:
Juicy, Currants, Red Apple
Region:
Nyeri
Wet mill:
Kamwangi Factory
Varietals:
Mainly SL 28 and SL 34
Process:
Washed

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From 15,80

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The Kamwangi Factory (wetmill) is one out of two wet mills of the “New Ngariama Cooperative Society” in Kirinyaga in Central Kenya. Kirinyaga is located on the slopes of Mount Kenya and together with the neighboring region Nyeri it’s known for coffees with most intense, complex, and flavor-dense cup profiles worldwide. It is made up of mainly smallholder farms, each with some 100 trees. The farmers are organized in Cooperative Societies that acts as umbrella organizations for the Factories (wetmills), where the smallholders deliver their coffee cherries for processing.

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Rwanda

Mahembe PB

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Description:
Black Tea, Light, Balanced
Producer:
Justin Musabyiama
Wet Mill:
Mahembe
Varietals:
Local Heirloom - mainly Bourbon
Process:
Washed

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From 14,30

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Mahembe is a privately owned washing station, owned by Justin Musabyiama who is also growing his own coffee trees. Justin has grown up in the local area and after moving away for some time decided to come back home and invest in the community he was from by building a wet mill on his father’s coffee plantation.

He has an 8-hectare farm of his own, and is buying cherries from the surrounding smallholders. This area is not as well known for quality coffees as some other parts of Rwanda but has great altitudes and an increasing number of farmers growing coffee at the higher altitudes. Nevertheless, we have found this coffee to be unique, with differences from other coffees in Rwanda in general, and with great potential.

The way Justin has organized the operations and the work he is doing on the ground on quality improvements and close follow up on production gives great results in the cup.

We roast and ship the coffee beans on wednesdays.

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Tanzania

Majinja

Espresso

Description:
Fig, Black Tea, Smooth
Region:
Mbeya
Varietals:
Kent
Process:
Washed

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From 14,20

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Majinja is a delicious coffee that keeps on surprising us and often gets shadowed unfairly by the Kenyans and Ethiopians. Definitely worth a try if you like coffees from Africa!

Majinja Farmer Group is the formation of 20 small scale farmers, that are all situated between 1600 to 1700 meters above sea level. The processing site was started by an individual farmer but due to the surrounding farmers being interested in processing fully washed coffee the site started to process their cherry too.  

These kinds of operations in Southern Tanzania are known as CPU’s (Central Processing Unit). This has become quite common, as the traditional Cooperative structure has been subjected to much corruption and manipulation by those in power.

Majinja was started in 2015, and this is their second season in operation.

We roast and ship the coffees on wednesdays.

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Burundi

Muruta

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Description:
Red Fruit, Rich, Smooth
Region:
Muruta, Kayanza
Wet mill:
Buziraguhindwa
Varietals:
Local Heirloon – Mainly Bourbon
Process:
Washed

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From 14,60

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Muruta is a classic Burundi profile, with red fruit, intense flavour and sweetness which often gets shadowed unfairly by the Kenyans and Ethiopians. Definitely worth a try if you like coffees from Africa!

Buziraguhindwa Washing Station is the second out of two washing stations owned by the producer Salum Ramadhan. Muruta is a commune lying on the slopes of the Kibira National Park in the Provence of Kayanza. Coffee is from the surroundings of the washing station. Farms in Burundi is small, often below one hectar each with some hundred trees. This means that a daily lot of e.g. 25 bags of greens can consist of coffee from some hundred growers.

Despite a lot of deforestation, Burundi is still fertile. With altitudes up to 2000 meters, volcanic soils, and rainfall of 1300 mm per year, the growing conditions are good. Today there are thousands of smallholder coffee farmers with some hundred coffee trees each that delivers their cherries to the communal washing stations for processing.

We roast and ship the coffees on wednesdays.

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Standart

Coffee Magazine

Description:
Standart magazine. Choose the issue from the dropdown. 

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11,00

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Colombia

TARQUI PB

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Description:
Cherry, Chocolate, Sweet
Region:
Tarqui, Huila
Varietals:
Caturra and Variedad Colombia
Process:
Washed

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From 14,00

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This is the Peaberry outcome of the Top 10 of the micro lot competition held in Tarqui, Huila, in August. Tarqui is in the Central Cordillera of the Andes Mountains, with coffee growing in altitudes up to 2000 masl, and with rich and varied micro climates. In the northern part the main harvest is in July-August and the mitaka or mid-harvest is in November-December. In the southern parts this is reversed. This means it is possible to have fresh coffee in from Tarqui all year. The farmers are small, having 1-3 hectares each, and are often organized in groups.

We roast and ship the coffees on wednesdays.

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Avoid Bad Life

Tote Bag

Color:
Black
Material:
Fair trade, Certified cotton
Description:
No more flimsy bags! Our bag is heavy duty cotton that lasts a long time.

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15,00

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Avoid Bad Life

Tote Bag

Color:
White
Material:
Fair trade, Certified cotton
Description:
No more flimsy bags! Our bag is heavy duty cotton that lasts a long time.

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15,00