LR SIX 6 x 500g Guatemala, Ceiba
In early Mayan and Mesoamerican cultures the word „Ceiba“ symbolized the connection between land and sky. Ceiba coffee from Huehuetenango is a community coffee, investing in sustainable sourcing to benefit a large group of producers.
Its cup profile boasts a rich floral and berry aroma and it is full of chocolate, lemon, and raspberry flavors with a creamy body thanks to the specific Huehuetenango terroir.
Brazil, Santa Rita
The Cerrado Mineiro is recognized worldwide as a perfect environment for coffee development producing excellent coffee quality which is acclaimed by coffee lovers from all over the world. The region has great abundance of water resources and high density besides great diversity of wildlife.
The sweet hazelnut coffee proﬁle is crafted by a double natural drying process – first to sundry in patios and then the partially dried fruits go to the mechanical drum dryers where they need to reach the right moisture level. The drying process is extremely controlled in a slow down temperature to achieve the maximum accuracy of the process.
Colombia, Inga Aponte
The farm of a local Native Colombian tribe is grown and harvested on the reservation by the local Inga tribe. Ingas represent one of the richest cultures in Colombia with their roots in the ancient Inka times. Ingas keep a close touch with the nearby tribes in the forests of Amazonas to carry on the ancient traditions while farming coffee. Coffee People has worked alongside with the tribe to help them take their production to a higher level and through this improve their economic welfare.
This coffee is honey process, which is an hybrid of natural and washed coffee. This method gives the coffee striking sweetness and good clarity with a medium-high acidity.
In the 50s Planadas region in South of Tolima became the birth place of guerillas. Guerillas claimed the area as „Independent Republic“ and built their base in Marquetalia. For decades the region was controlled by guerillas and paramilitary, making kidnappings and other horrors part of the everyday life in the area.
Now, the region has started to overcome the difficulties – growing coffee is promising a better future for the local people. The soils in this area are very rich in organic nutrients and high ground in the east side of this central mountain range has proved to be the perfect place for growing organic coffee that tastes like no other.
A peaberry is a natural improvement to a regular coffee cherry, containing only one coffee seed bean instead of the usual two. Peaberries are extremely rare, making up about 5-10% of the world’s coffee crop. The “peaberry” gets its name from its uniquely round pea shape.
Our peaberries come from Thika region in central Kenya, where the main economic activities are in agricultural processing, particularly in pineapple and coffee processing.
Coffee People founder Annar Alas was invited to be a judge at Colombian National Coffee Competition where this lot was chosen to the finals. The entire lot from this tiny farm was bought by us right after the competition. The farmers were present at the auction and there were a lot of tears and emotions, when they saw the result of their hard work.
Aguas Claras coffee comes from a tiny region in Colombia called Casanare, this region is specialized on Specialty coffee. Between wax palm forests and majestic mountains, a high quality Typica coffee is grown.
Coffee Arabica Typica has been grown and perfected for centuries. The cup quality is just excellent, demonstrating outstanding sweetness and cleanliness.