Guatemala | Antigua SHB Los Valcanos
Named after nearby majestic volcanoes, this coffee is the best produced in the region. The beans thrive on being grown in a volcanic environment. The climate is temperate and the volcanic soil is rich in needed minerals. The deep cocoa and chocolate flavours combined with a fruity twist will keep you coming back for more!
Ethiopia | Yigracheffe GR2 Winter
This coffee comes to us from the Yigracheffe region in South Ethiopia. Dubbed the birth country of coffee, Ethiopian beans are mostly grown in small garden lots and referred to as ‘heirloom’ variety. With light floral notes, brown sugar sweetness and orange acidity, be careful – you might just become addicted.
Costa Rica | Las Lomas
Renowned for producing the best coffees in the region, this one does not disappoint. It encompasses what Costa Rican coffees are known for; full-bodied, rich and robust in flavour, with bright acidity. The warmer weather here in Aus may be drawing to a close, but these fruity flavours will keep you feeling those Sumer vibes.
Bright Roast – Colombia | Gonzalo Uribe
Produce on volcanic ash soil on farm Puerto Bello, this coffee comes to us from a microlot that follows a strict ripeness criteria. The coffee is exposed to an aerobic fermentation for 20 hours after pulped and then dried in concrete patios to ideal moisture content. Enjoy the light, sparkling flavours of vanilla, green spices, cocoa and caramel.