Lavender & Red Currant
The cooperative at Kapsokisio in Kenya produces stunning coffees that are unique and unlike other coffees produced in different parts of the country. Having worked with this cooperative extensively in the past, we are over the moon to work alongside Cafe Imports to share it with you.
Tamarillo & Green Apple
Nyeri is a region in Kenya that has become synonymous with tart, juicy, wine-like, high-quality coffees. This beauty from the Mugaga Cooperative is a perfect example of why this region is so revered by coffee industry professionals.
Plum & Blackcurrent
This lovely coffee from Honduras is an markedly different style in comparison with other coffees from the region.
Almond & Butter
This classic Guatemalan coffee is grown on a farm named El Falso, which was inherited by Josue Burgos in 1992. It is round and full bodied, an excellent breakfast coffee.
Peach & Jasmine
Those of you that enjoyed the elegant, tea like mouthfeel of the Apricot & Black Tea will really enjoy this gentle, crisp and lovely coffee from Ethiopia.
Biscuit & Hazelnut
In Usulatan, El Salvador, on top of the Tepeca volcano, you can find Los Pirineos owned by the producer Gilberto Baraona. It’s located on a volcanic mountain range surrounded by the cities of Berlin, Santiago de Maria and Joy.
Fuzzy Peach & Brandy
Sold out. Luis Saldarriaga encapsulates the incredible energy of the next generation of Colombian coffee producers. Since taking over his father's farm two years ago, he continues to test theories and explore new methods. This coffee is a wonderful example of the fruits of his labour.
Pixie Dust & Candy
Sold out. You know that first time you tasted a coffee and you felt like you really understood what all the fuss was about? This is that coffee. Without a doubt, hands down, this is the most delicious coffee we've ever tasted.
Lemonade & Honey
Sold out. Burundi had a fantastic harvest last year and the first of our Burundian coffees has been tasting and performing wonderfully over the months. This is why we wanted to bring you another delicious coffee from this region.
Fig & Grapefruit
Sold out. This astoundingly bright and complex coffee comes from a farm named El Embudo located in La Plata and is part of a new project Nordic Approach is hoping to develop. It's a unique Colombian coffee that pushes the boundaries of the type of flavours traditionally found in this region.
Cherry & Liquorice
Sold out. Costa Rica is a very unique producing country because of the many small mills that exist to process and harvest micro lots and different varieties from its surrounding region. La Roca is run by the Umaña family and we’re excited to purchase coffee from their third year of production.
Yellow Apple & Tomato
Sold out. There is something particular about the taste of Kenyan coffee that is unlike anything else. We're really excited about this beauty from the Kirinyaga province, as its our first fresh crop coffee from this region for 2017.
Lime & Nectarine
Sold out. Ian from Curated Brew, a subscription service based in the UK, got in touch with us a few months ago hoping that we could find a stellar coffee to offer for their April box. We thought that this delicious, ripe and zesty Rwandan coffee was just the right fit.
Ice Cream Sundae
Sold out. If you enjoyed the Gesha Village, then this coffee is definitely for you. We managed to get our hands on the only 20kg of this varietal that was produced this year and it is especially interesting because its usually impossible because of the climate to produce naturals in Colombia but the unusually hot Summer has allowed for this really special treat.
Plum & Almond
Sold out. A gorgeous Colombian coffee, perfect for espresso drinkers or those looking for a more intense mouthfeel. We found this coffee on a cupping table in Oslo and couldn't wait to share it with you.
Rhubarb & Rose hip
Utsolgt. The team at Helsar de Zarcero in Costa Rica are dedicated to producing the most extraordinary cascara we've ever tasted. They've been working with the school of food science and technology at the University of Costa Rica to develop a method to dehydrate organic coffee pulp and its really paying off.