Coffees of South America

Coffees of South America

Coffees of South America

 

Our South American single origin coffees.


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This pulped natural Yellow Bourbon coffee is grown at Fazenda Pantano in Brazil at an altitude of 1150 meters above sea level.  This Rainforest Alliance certified coffee has a natural sweetness and a nutty overtone, with notes of cocoa and chocolate. 

£6.00 / 250 g *
Delivery weight: 250 g

This sugar cane decaffeinated coffee is from a cooperative of smallholder farmers from Planadas, South Tolima in Colombia.  It is a medium dark roasted coffee with notes of milk chocolate, a brown sugar sweetness and a hint of red fruit.

£6.00 / 250 g *
Delivery weight: 250 g

The Los Pirineos estate is located near the town of Apia in the Risaralda Department in Colombia. The coffee is grown at altitudes of 1740 - 1844 masl and has notes of cocoa, sugar cane and passionfruit. 

£6.00 / 250 g *
Delivery weight: 250 g

Lorenzo Cruz Garcia is the owner of the 8 hectare farm, Vista Hermosa, located in the El Cautivo community of La Coipa, in Peru and sits at 1950 masl. This coffee has a sweet and syrupy body with milk chocolate notes and hints of red berries and biscuit.

 

£6.00 / 250 g *
Delivery weight: 250 g

Grown by numerous smallholder farmers in the Coroico area of Bolivia at altitudes of 1650 - 1900 masl, this peaberry coffee has notes of cherry cola and citrus, with a buttery and sweet body.

 

£7.00 / 250 g *
Delivery weight: 250 g
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