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Discovery Collection

A carefully curated collection of Single Origin coffee beans, with a different coffee from the collection sent out every four weeks.

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Coxall Knoll

Organic Guatemala

dark chocolate / apricots / cherry

Packed with Dark Chocolate and Nutty flavours – expect notes of almond and walnut with the sweet finish of apricots and cherry.

This is Guatemalan coffee at its best, clear and bold flavours resulting in a full bodied and smooth cup, regardless of the brew method.

This dark and chocolatey Guatemalan organic coffee comes from Huehuetenango, a municipality in the western highlands of Guatemala.

Running up to the border with Mexico and encompassing a lot of microclimates across its undulating hills and valleys, this is a Spanish speaking area, but it is not unusual to hear Mam, highlighting the Mayan ancestry of the area.

Produced by a small number of farmers via the Fedecocagua cooperative, an organisation that provides access to agronomists, wet processing facilities, seedlings and microfinance support. This supportive environment is then bolstered by providing dry-milling facilities, greater quality control and all-important access to a global customer base.

This organic coffee is distinctive of the region and possesses a character and flavour that won’t fail to impress.

Profile: Dark Chocolate, Apricots and Cherry
Certificate: Organic
Country of Origin: Guatemala
Producer/Region: Huehuetenango
Coffee Species: Arabica
Varietal: Caturra, Pacas, Pache
Altitude: 1000+m
Harvest period: November to March
Process: Fully washed
Drying: Sun dried on patios

Organic

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The Morda

Organic India Cherry

cinamon / blackberry / nutmeg

Eco Score 85/10

Dark, bold and rich qualities abound in this delightful Organic India Cherry Coffee.

With a heavy body and big intensity, this is a coffee full of rich spices and oaky notes. Expect Cinnamon, Blackberry and Nutmeg infused with a subtle tobacco finish.

Our bold and powerful Organic India Cherry Coffee is from the Karnataka region of India, where coffee production dominates the hill tracts of this South Indian area.

This exceptional coffee is grown organically, with the coffee farmers going over and above what organic certification requires. This includes growing coffee plants in rows beneath native shade, making use of cover crops to control weeds and making use of secondary crops to support the areas agricultural diversity.

Taking a carefully considered decision to concentrate on Robusta and not Arabica, this coffee shows that it is possible to create top end and premier grade speciality Robusta. This is what is known as R graded coffees – Robustas with the same care and commitment to quality that is recognised in the Q grading system.

Profile: Cinamon, Blackberry and Nutmeg
Certificate: Organic & Fairtrade
Country of Origin: India
Producer/Region: Karnataka
Coffee Species: Robusta
Altitude: 900-1000m
Harvest period: December to January
Process: Washed
Drying: Sun dried on patios

Organic
Fairtrade

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Offa's Dyke

Organic Peru

hazelnut / lime / hibiscus

Eco Score 85/10

This Organic Peruvian Coffee is a fantastic mix of dark nutty flavours nicely balanced with notes of citrus and hibiscus.

Produced in Jaén, Cajamarca, this is an excellent example of the flourishing Peruvian coffee scene, with Jaén now considered the coffee capital of the entire country.

This Organic, Fairtrade and Rainforest Alliance coffee is produced by Sol & Café.

This cooperative has recently built accommodation for producers to stay when they are drying their coffees after traveling from the coffee farms as well as a nursery where they study which coffee varieties are most productive, rust resistant and produce a fantastic cup. At their warehouse in Jaén they also have a health post for producers. This means that when the producers deliver their harvest they can get a health check up!

Producers have also started making use of microorganisms from the mountains to accelerate the process of creating organic compost and fertiliser.

Profile: Walnut, Lime and Hibiscus
Certificate: Organic, Fairtrade & Rainforest Alliance
Country of Origin: Peru
Producer/Region: Sole & Café
Coffee Species: Arabica
Varietal: Catuai, Bourbon, Caturra
Altitude: 1800 – 2100m
Harvest period: August to November
Process: Fully Washed

Organic
Fairtrade
Rainforest  Alliance

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Titterstone Clee

Organic Ethiopia

black cherry / pomegranate / raspberry

Eco Score 85/10

This Organic and Fairtrade Ethiopian Coffee mixes Black Cherry notes with the sweetness of Pomegranate and Raspberry.

Produced by Ngelle Gorbitu, this is an outstanding example of small lot coffee from Ethiopia, with this particular coffee managed and harvested by only 109 staff.

Produced by Ngelle Gorbitu, this is an outstanding example of small lot coffee from Ethiopia, with this particular coffee managed and harvested by only 109 staff.

Located just over the border from the Gedeo zone, but still within the Yirgacheffe woreda, these producers share a nursery that is home to 230,000 seedlings that help maintain crop quality and increase production.
The Fairtrade premiums that the coffee has earned these producers has been used to build medical centres and a school for the whole community, as well as houses for the teachers who do not live nearby.

Profile: Orange Zest, Black Pepper, Treacle
Certificate: Organic & Fairtrade
Country of Origin: Ethiopia
Producer/Region: Sole & Café
Coffee Species: Arabica
Varietal: Kulumu, Monichu
Altitude: 1840 – 2000m
Harvest period: October to January
Process: Fully Washed
Drying: Sun Dried on Patios

Organic
Fairtrade

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Wych Brook

Organic Nicaragua

walnut / peach / spun sugar

Eco Score 85/10

This specialty grade Organic Nicaragua coffee exemplifies the rich volcanic soil from which it hails.

Well balanced favours of Walnut, Peach and Sweet Toffee ensure that this is a coffee with lasting appeal, capable of black coffee serving scrutiny and perfect in your French Press / Cafetière.

Grown high in the mountains of Matagalpa, Jinotega and Las Segovias Nicaragua, this coffee has come from an area renowned for its rich volcanic soils, high alititudes and humid topical climates that are the perfect environments for producing high grade coffee.

The coffee cherries are picked by hand when very ripe, before being dried at a consistent low temperature to help enhance this coffee’s fruity characteristics.

Comprising of the Yellow Catuai and Caturra varieties, this is a high quality coffee lot that is processed using the very latest methods within the region. As part of CECOCAFEN, the Central Association of Northern Coffee Cooperatives, this coffee is produced alongside 2,600 other farmer families building a community of support that includes access to financial markets and global distribution.

Profile: Walnut, Peach and Toffee
Certificate: Organic & Fairtrade
Country of Origin: Nicaragua
Farm/Producer: Cecocafen
Coffee Species: Arabica
Varietal: Bourbon, Catuai, Caturra
Altitude: 1200m
Harvest period: December to March
Process: Fully Washed
Drying: On patios

Organic
Fairtrade

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The Wrekin

Organic Sumatra

butterscotch / majoram / nutmeg

Eco Score 85/10

This Organic Sumatran single origin coffee is bursting with character.

With tasting notes of butterscotch, majoram and nutmeg, this smooth, desert-like coffee is one of our most popular.

Koperasi (co-operative) Buana Mandiri is situated in the Bener Meriah Regency of Aceh Province in the northern part of the island of Sumatra. The co-operative has more than 2,000 members and has been both Fairtrade and organic certified since 2015.

The terrain combined with regular, heavy rainfall gives Aceh the perfect conditions for cultivating coffee. As a result producing coffee is one of the region’s main industries.

As they are Fairtrade certified, Buana Mandiri have been able to benefit from Fairtrade’s Covid-19 relief fund throughout the pandemic.

Profile: Butterscotch, Majoram, Nutmeg
Certificate: Organic & Fairtrade
Country of Origin: Indonesia
Farm/Producer: Koperasi
Coffee Species: Arabica
Varietal: Catimor, Gayo 1, Timtim
Altitude: 1350m
Harvest period: April to June
Process: Wet Hulled

Organic
Fairtrade

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Mogg Forest

Organic Colombia

Green Apple / Lime / Nutmeg

Eco Score 85/10

This 83.5 SCA scoring Colombian Coffee is alive with vivid citrus flavours.

Look out for green apple, lime and nutmeg – there’s even a hint of strawberry in this well balanced and pleasingly acidic organic and fairtrade bean.

This 83.5 SCA scoring, washed coffee is alive with vivid citrus flavours. Look out for green apple, lime and nutmeg – there’s even a hint of strawberry in this well balanced and pleasingly acidic organic and fairtrade bean.

This single origin Colombian coffee is produced in Tolima, one of the 32 departments of Colombia, located in the Andean region, in the center-west of the country.

When ripe, the coffee cherries are picked and go through an initial flotation sorting to remove under-ripes, sticks, and general debris before passing through a pulping machine and working their way down the washing channels to the fermentation tanks. Here, they will sit for typically 8-14 hours, before moving to the drying patios or guardiolas for controlled drying down to 10-12% moisture.

Typically in Colombia, this is carried out on the farm, with processed cherries then being taken to a dry mill for careful grading, tasting, and blending. The coffee is stored in parchment until ready for export, when it is hulled at the dry mill and bagged for shipping.

Profile: Green Apple, Lime, Nutmeg
Certificate: Organic, Fairtrade
Country of Origin: Colombia
Producer/Region: Tolima
Coffee Species: Arabica
Varietal: Various
Altitude: 1100+m
Harvest period: March to July
Process: Washed
Drying: Sun dried

Organic
Fairtrade

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