El Salvador, Malacara A (Wholebean)
• Toffee, Chocolate, Raspberry, Fruity Acidity, Cocoa Finish
• Roast: Medium to Dark Roast
• Origin: Ethiopia Suke Quto, Costa Rica Las Gravilias
Our organic espresso is a combination of our certified coffees from Suke Quto (Ethiopia) and Las Gravilias (Costa Rica).
Organic Wholebean Coffee
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We roast coffee from single farms, estates and cooperatives. When we taste a coffee that we like, we want to know where it comes from and who grows, picks and processes it. We travel extensively throughout the year, visiting the producers and cooperatives with whom we currently work and looking for interesting varietals of coffee and new farms from which to buy. During these visits we talk to farmers and cooperative members, learning more about the coffee they grow and process and the challenges that they face. We then look to establish a relationship with the grower and exporter of that coffee. We believe that where such a relationship exists, quality, quantity and price requirements can be discussed in an open and equal way. We see this as sustainable, fair and equal trade.Find out more