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Guatemala

  • Espresso no 3
  • Quetzalito Estate
Espresso no 3
Quetzalito Estate

Region

Huehuetenango, Guatemala

Farm

Espresso no 3

Production

Washed method

Altitude

1600 masl

Varetials

Catuai, Caturra, Typica

Taste description

Every chocolate lovers dream, where the strong chocolate taste is amplified by big chunks of salted caramel bits.

Guatemala

This is a special blend created by Coffee People. No3 has won several blind tastings internationally, first issue won us Swissotel best coffee prize already in 2010.

We have used production of small coffee farms, microlotes from Colombia and Guatemala, earmarks of excellent coffee tastes to create the smoothest Swiss style espresso.

Brazil

  • Santa Cecilia
  • Santa Rita
Santa Cecilia
Santa Rita

Region

Cerrado Mineiro, Brasiilia

Farm

Santa Cecilia

Production

Natural

Altitude

1066 masl

Varetials

Red Catuai 144

Taste description

Peanut
Cocoa
Cranberry

Peanut Hazelnuts
Cocoa Cocoa
Cranberry

Brazil

The Cerrado Mineiro region is situated in the Minas Gerais state of Brazil, offering visual delight with its plains, hilly landscapes, and savannah-like vegetation.

The unique geographical location, tropical climate, abundant sunlight, and well-distributed rainfall create an ideal environment for coffee cultivation.

Rich, well-drained soils mainly composed of red and yellow latosols also contribute to the exceptional coffee production in the region.

Coffee was introduced to the Cerrado Mineiro region in the 1970s and quickly became a significant driver of the local economy. The region’s natural resources, infrastructure, and skilled workforce facilitated the rapid expansion of coffee farms.

Over the years, the Cerrado Mineiro region has gained a reputation as a producer of high-quality coffee beans and is now recognized as one of the leading coffee-growing regions in Brazil and the world.

Specialty coffees from the Cerrado Mineiro region are known for their well-balanced flavor profiles, full-bodied texture, and bright acidity.

Each farm in the region cultivates different varieties of Arabica coffee, with popular choices being Catuaí, Mundo Novo, and Yellow Bourbon. This diverse selection of coffee beans creates a flavor palette that includes various notes such as chocolate, nuts, caramel, and fruity undertones.

BRAZIL Cerrado Mineiro, Santa Cecilia

Cerrado Mineiro, Brasiilia

From: €9.3 – €30.74

Colombia

  • Filadelfia
  • San Judas Tadeo
  • El Agrado
  • Popayan
  • La Casa
Filadelfia
San Judas Tadeo
El Agrado
Popayan

Region

Huila, Kolumbia

Farm

Filadelfia

Production

Washed method

Altitude

1850 masl

Varetials

Castillo

Taste description

Molasses
Black current
Red cherry

Molasses Molasses
Black current
Red cherry Black cherry syrup

Colombia

This coffee was purchased from the auction of the Federación Nacional de Cafeteros de Colombia in Neiva and is a finalist in the 2022 National Coffee Competition of Colombia.

Over the course of 12 years, Oscar has gained invaluable experience at the Filadelfia Farm. His passion and dedication have earned him recognition at prestigious Colombian coffee competitions. Behind this specialty coffee lies his vision to produce excellent raw material and inspire his family. Immerse yourself in the rich flavors that showcase the coffee nurtured under Oscar’s care.

COLOMBIA Huila, Filadelfia

Huila, Kolumbia

From: €25.46 – €84.18

Ecuador

  • Las Terrazas del Pisque
Las Terrazas del Pisque

Region

Vilcabamba, Ecuador

Farm

Las Terrazas del Pisque

Production

Washed method

Altitude

1700 masl

Varetials

Bourbon, Caturra, Typica

Taste description

Champagne
Currant cider
Grapefruit

Champagne
Currant cider
Grapefruit Grapefruit

Ecuador

Las Terrazzas del Pisque, located in North of Quito is in the heart of the Tulipe coffee region. Tulipe can have destructive earthquakes, on average one every 50 years and can only produce coffee, some lavendel and winegrapes.

It is indeed a rather insane project even to a hero-farmer Arnaud Caussee to grow such a champagne-tasting specialty coffee at an altitude of between 1800 and 2100 meters lying in a cloudy forest under the shade of indigenous cedars and banana trees.

ECUADOR Vilcabamba, Las Terrazas del Pisque Estate

Vilcabamba, Ecuador

From: €16.27 – €53.68

Kenya

  • MECOP, Nyeri
MECOP, Nyeri

Region

Thika, Keenia

Farm

MECOP, Nyeri

Production

Washed

Altitude

1660-2000 masl

Varetials

Peaberry

Taste description

Grapefruit
Dark chocolate
Tomato

Grapefruit Grapefruit
Dark chocolate
Tomato

Kenya

Nyeri is situated 180 km north of Nairobi, halfway between the Aberdare Mountains and Mount Kenya, it is also the region where a elargest number of farmers work, where most of the farms are located above 1750 meters above sea level and it is one of the most prestigious coffee producing regions in the world. The small producers, whose characteristic feature is the use of shade in their crops, work properties ranging from one to 30 hectares. To date, the Kenyan coffee export system is constantly changing and in recent years has undergone positive changes, allowing producers to join together and collectively export their coffee in the name of MECOP, as well as allowing producers to embrace the traceability of their coffees.

MECOP is an association of small Kenyan producers led by David Maguta. MECOP works mainly in 3 producing regions: Nyeri, Embu and Kiambu with a dozen farmers. Each farmer has his own drying station with very high quality metal drying beds, Grain Pro bags, more precise equipment. The coffees are therefore dried on each farm and then David Maguta takes care of quality control, transport to a private processing company and all the export management to guarantee the traceability of each microlot.

KENYA Nyeri, MECOP

Nyeri, Keenia

From: €15.25 – €50.51

Indonesia

  • Catur/Ulian

Region

Bali, Indoneesia

Farm

Catur/Ulian

Production

Honey process

Altitude

1000 masl

Varetials

B1, Kartika Cobra

Taste description

Toasted bread
Strawberry jam
Orange peel

Toasted bread
Strawberry jam
Orange peel

Indonesia

This microlot, where coffee is produced using the semi-dry processing method, is located in Bali.

Arabica coffee grows in these areas alongside citrus trees. In the early 1990s, when coffee prices plummeted, many farmers were forced to cut down their coffee trees and replace them with mandarins and oranges. By cultivating coffee and citrus fruits together on the same field, a natural shade formed over the coffee plants. This way, the coffee trees are protected from harsh direct sunlight, and the soil under the vegetation remains moist for a longer period.

INDONESIA BALI; Kintamani

Bali, Indoneesia

From: €13.29 – €43.92

Ethiopia

  • Chelchele Yirgacheffe
Chelchele Yirgacheffe

Region

Yirgacheffe, Etioopia

Farm

Chelchele Yirgacheffe

Production

Semi washed

Altitude

2000 masl

Varetials

Heirloom

Taste description

Black tea
Plum
Jasmine

Black tea Black tea
Plum
Jasmine

Ethiopia

This Yirgacheffe coffee is harvested and prepared by Metad. Metad works with local farmers who supply them with their best cherries. More than 2000 farmers in the vicinity of Gedeb currently sell all or part of their harvest to Metad.

Metad has set up a washing station in Gedeb, which offers advantages for bean preparation. It is a coffee that takes longer to dry and also suffers less damage from insects. The result is a better-quality coffee with a more intricate cup.

The group is aware of the natural wealth of the Gedeo area and promotes more environmentally responsible agricultural practices. In addition, it finances road construction and a primary school for 800 pupils.

ETHIOPIA Chelchele, Yirgacheffe

Yirgacheffe, Etioopia

From: €17.71 – €58.56