monthly single origin

February - 'Brazil Fazenda Sao Silvestre'

Fazenda São Silvestre has been farmed by the Andrade Brothers since 1991. The farm’s volcanic soils provide ideal growing conditions. Notes of milk chocolate, caramel, hazelnut, buckets of sweetness & a full body.
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March - 'El Salvador Jorge Raul Rivera'

This farm won #1 in Cup of Excellence 2014 & 2017. The honey process produces a very intense rich sweetness. With aromas of raw sugar and orange peel, this coffee presents flavours of berries, plum, red apple with white floral notes.
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April - 'Colombia Fidencio Ordoñez'

The Fidencio Ordonez farm is located in the small town of Pitalito, which lies in southern Huila in the Valley of Laboyos. This southern area of Colombia is at the foot of the Andes mountains. The crop is grown at very high altitudes and is positioned on volcanic soils which help provide vital organic nutrients to the crop. This microlot is 100% Caturrra, tasting full bodied and fresh, with a sweet burst of toffee and notes of candied oranges.
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May - 'Brazil 'Biodynamic' Camocim Yellow Bourbon Natura'

Caomcim Estate is located in the Esprito Santo region, a coastal state north of Rio and west of Minas Gerais. The picturesque farm is situated near the Pedra Azul (Blue Mountain) Monolith, a famous land feature in the Espirito Santo region. This yellow bourbon is processed naturally giving it a full-bodied flavour with characteristics similar to a ‘Snickers’ chocolate bar.
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June - 'Ethiopian Yirgacheffe 'White'Heirloom'

Yirgachefe is a small region in the south of Ethiopia. It’s origin is widely considered the birthplace of coffee. This coffee is a collective effort of farmers who selectively pick the cherries and distribute to a processing plant. The Ethiopian Yirgachefe (yirga-chief) is an heirloom varietal and only found in this region of Ethiopia.
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July - 'Brazil 'Biodynamic’ Camocim ‘Red Iapar 59'

The Camocim Estate in Brazil is famous for its Jacu Bird coffee. After the introduction of biodynamic farming methods, the farm became overrun with the endangered pheasant-like bird which fed on the coffee cherries. To adapt to the influx of Jacu bird and the impact on farming green bean yield, Henrique Sloper the Camocim Estate owner began collecting and distributing the beans marketed with the exotic nature seen in Indonesia’s Kopi Luwak coffee.
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August - 'Columbia Honey Catimor Mazatlan'

Grown by Jairo Arcila, this coffee was carefully hand picked at Finca Mazatlan and meticulously honey processed at La Pradera Washing Station. Cupping notes of champagne, green apple, grapes and white wine with a crisp citric acidity.
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September - 'Sunda Hejo Honey Java'

Panguyuban Sunda Hejo is a coffee farming community from West Java running a sustainable organic farming program. The group contributes to agricultural training and building environmental values amongst local farmers. Aromas of Honey, complex flavour notes of sweet spice & black tea, a juicy acidity, big body and clean aftertaste. Origin Information.

October - 'Kenya Gichugu Embu AA'

This bean is grown on the southern slopes of the Mount Kenya National Park, near a town called Embu. Embu is located approximately 120km north-east of Nairobi, and served as the regional HQ of the Eastern Province in Kenya. Coffees from Kenya are easily notable by their unique fruity characters, intense acidity, and crisp cleanliness. This bean is unique and distinguished and has a nice tartness and lingering cherry flavour. Origin Information.

November - 'Anasora Guji'

Our Exclusive Stellarossa Anasora Guji is a specific heirloom that comes from Oromia, Ethiopia. It possesses flavours of dried berry, raisin and caramel with a medium body and malic acidity. Flavour Profile.

December - 'Rwanda Red Bourbon'

This month were introducing a Rwandan Red Bourbon bean. Located in Nyabihu District in North Western Region of Rwanda, Shyira washing station is managed by Josue Dusengiyumva. This is MTCo.’s smallest washing station and sources coffee from the highest altitudes (1800 – 2200 MASL) out of their 5 stations, which explains its uniqueness amongst the rest of the produce. Shyira only has 1 full-time staff and 42 casual workers during peak season.

The station is located high in the ranges of the iconic and world-renowned Virunga Mountain and National.

This Red Bean is a sweet, fruity and juicy coffee that results from the coffee being grown at extremely high altitude. Flavour Profile.