As of Monday 4th April 2022 we’ve had to increase our prices for the first time in at least 3 years.

Inflation is becoming real for all of us - and the ManCoCo supply chain is not immune.

For some time, raw materials have been getting more expensive, and labour and fuel costs are going up, all over Europe.

Compromising on quality or working conditions isn’t something we’ll consider. I’m sure you wouldn’t have it any other way.

So, with reluctance, we’re rolling out some modest price increases, more or less across the board.

Thank you for your continued custom and support, it’s very much appreciated.

Colombia La Sonora & La Gaviota
Colombia La Sonora & La Gaviota
Colombia La Sonora & La Gaviota

Colombia La Sonora & La Gaviota

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Product Description:

This natural processed coffee is grown on two farms, La Sonora and La Gaviota in Arserma Caldas, Colombia. The farms are owned by Jose Willian Benjumea Banol and Fernando de Jesus Arango. The coffee is grown at altitudes of 1400 - 1680 metres above sea level. Only the ripest coffee cherries are selected and then picked and dried in the sun. This coffee is well balanced with delicate chocolate notes and has notes of bright raspberry and sour cherry, and a long sweet finish. 

Farm: La Sonora and La Gaviota Farms
Owner: Jose William Benjumea Banol & Fernando de Jesus Arango
Altitude: 1400 - 1680masl
Location: Arserma Caldas, Colombia
Preparation: Natural 
Varietal: Castillo Naranjal, Caturro
Flavours: Bright raspberry and sour cherry, balanced with delicate chocolate and a long sweet finish 

Please Note: Naturally processed coffees are typically very sweet, pungent and fruity and if you are not used to them, they can seem to have an unusual taste and aroma especially if you’re used to the more traditional ‘washed’ process coffees and when milk is added can sometimes come across as sour tasting.