Though the Blue Mountain bean originates from Jamaica, it has also found a fertile home in the verdant volcanic soils of East Africa. The area’s nutrient-rich, mountainous landscape produces a coffee with a wonderfully welcoming scent reminiscent of freshly-buttered toast. A complex taste then evolves from sweet and sticky molasses, to end on refreshing notes of lemon and lime. This crisp, clean finish seems a distant journey from the initial hearty aroma, yet like the migration of the bean itself, it is well worth the trip.
This Brazilian coffee is named after the port which Brazil's famous coffees pass through, Santos yields a low acidic, light bodied brew. You will experience... Read More
Our first single farm coffee, and the very first specialty coffee to come out of the village of Colón Genova in the north of Colombia's... Read More
From the department of Tolima the ASOPEP (Association of Organic Producers of Planadas) cooperative which consists of around 160 smallholders in the municipalities of Planadas and... Read More