Regional Coffee Index

Brazil Cerrado

The Brazil Cerrado has a heavy body and is very sweet, usually with low acidity.  It is grown on rolling hills, with dry weather, stable temperatures, and a well-defined rainy season. These factors help with consistent maturation of the fruit.

Mexican Tango

The Mexican Chiapas has a typical “coffee” aroma, with deep flavours, and pronounced sharpness. High Altitude mountain ranges are the ideal climate for cultivating this coffee.

Peru Chanchamayo Organic

This organic coffee has a medium body, soft citrus acidity, with a smooth clean finish, while also remaining nutty and balanced.
It is shade grown at high altitudes, which produces a denser bean and more complex flavours as a result of its slow maturation process.

Ethiopian Limu

With a bright citrus acidity, the Ethiopian Limu offers a lemony flavor with excellent sweetness, and a silk mouth feel. This coffee is gown in high altitudes that get lots of sun, even during the rainy season.

Sumatra Mandheling

The Sumatra Mandheling has a smooth, full mouth fell, and is slightly earthy.
Grown in cloudy climates, this coffee does not have direct sunlight for the whole day, which contributes to flavours that people know Sumatra for.

Colombian Swiss Water Decaf

Our single origin organic Colombian is decaffeinated using the Swiss Water method, which only uses water to remove the caffeine. This medium profile decaf has all of the flavour and body of our regular coffees.