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Guatemala

Los Robles

Espresso

Description:
Milk Chocolate, Tropical Fruits
Region:
Petatan, Huehuetenango
Producer:
Eduardo Martin
Varietals:
Caturra, Bourbon
Process:
Washed

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Los Robles is easygoing Espresso coffee but not a boring one and is often recommended for our customers when they search coffee "for just to drink" or as a first step away from supermarket coffee.

We roast and ship the coffee beans on wednesdays.

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Rwanda

Gitesi PB

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Description:
Nectarine, Floral, Plum
Producers:
Alexis and Aime Gahizi
Region:
Gitesi, Nyamasheke
Varietals:
Local Heirloom - mainly Bourbon
Process:
Washed

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Gitesi is a a delighful filter coffee with similarities to kenyan coffees in taste but more robust flavor profile.

This region of Rwanda is known for its higher altitudes and volcanic soil that assist in the production of great cherry.

We roast and ship the coffee beans on wednesdays.

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Colombia

El Ilanete

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Description:
Pear, Red Apple, Sweet
Region:
Antioquia, Ciudad Bolivar
Producer:
Juan Saldarriaga
Farms:
El Encanto, La Claudina
Varietals:
Castillo, Caturra
Process:
Washed

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El Ilanete is mellow and easily enjoyable filter coffee.

We roast and ship the coffees on wednesdays.

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Ethiopia

Mergia

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Description:
Tangerine, Floral, Dark Chocolate
Region:
Chelelectu, Kochere, Yirgacheffe
Wet mill:
Mergia
Varietals:
Ethiopian Heirloom
Process:
Washed

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Privately owned communal wetmill in Chelelectu – Kochere by Mergia Assefa. They are collecting and buying cherries from various smallholders. Kochere is one of the woredas in the Gedeo zone, in Coffee known as Yirgacheffe. Kochere is bordered on the east by Gedeb, on the southwest by the Oromia Region, and on the north by Yirgacheffe. Towns in Kochere include Fishagenet and Chelelectu. 

About 650 smallholder farmers delivering tiny amounts of cherries daily to the wet miller.

On average farmers are having a farm size of less than 1 hectares. Most coffees are organic by default. Organic compost is common, pruning less common. A farmer can typically have less than 1500 trees per hectar, and 1 tree is typically producing cherries equal to less than 100 - 200 grams of green coffee.

We roast and ship the coffees on wednesdays.

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Guatemala

El Naranjo

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Description:
Red Berries, Sweet, Lively
Region:
Coyegual, Huehuetenango
Owner:
Simeon Palacios
Farm:
Finca El Naranjo
Varietals:
Caturra, Catuai, Bourbon
Process:
Washed

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Ever since he was a young boy, Simeon Palacios enjoyed to work on the farm and he always liked the idea of having his own land and farm on it. Twenty years ago, he got the opportunity to buy his first plot.

It took him 5 years to really start his coffee plantation, as he had to save little by little and invest in the land first. Simeon loves the idea of experimenting on his farm but emphasises that the natural environment is always critical in this. 

We roast and ship the coffee beans on wednesdays.

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Kenya

Kainamui

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Description:
Juicy, Currants, Pear
Region:
Ngariama, Kirinyaga
Wet mill:
Kainamui Factory
Varietals:
SL-28, Batian, Ruiru 11, SL-34
Process:
Washed

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The Kainamui 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.