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High Grown specialty Coffee
Varietal Pacas, bourbon, Pache & Cuscatleco
Region Santa Rosa
Producer Pablo Chuy
Process Fully washed
Well balanced, solid body, molasses, honey, chocolate
Pablo Chuy is a third-generation coffee farmer. Linda Vista was originally developed by his grandfather after relocating from China. There are about 25 full-time workers and 50-75 during the harvest.
Accommodation, amenities, general medical and transport benefits are provided for workers. It is highly regarded in the area due to its efforts in reforestation, water conservation and development of the local community, such as medical and school programs. They assist nearby producers by buying and processing their coffees in their wet-mill.
Region: Intibucá region , Pelon Honduras
Altitude: 1600 masl
Producer Blanca Flor
Varieties: Paca, Caturra and Catuai varetals
a full balanced body delicate acidity notes of caramel and honey nectarine/stonefruit sweetness underpin this very versatile coffee
that can be enjoyed in a number of different roast profiles and brewing methods
Blanca Flor is shade-grown specialty coffee from the Intibucá region in the alpine mid-west of Honduras. The temperate climate and volcanic soil at altitudes ranging from 1,340m to 1,850m combine to produce near-perfect conditions for the cultivation of coffee. Blanca Flor represents a coalition of indigenous Lenca farmers whose holdings of varying sizes stretch from west to east, from Masaguara to San Juan. Its coffee is milled at a central cooperative beneficio.
Region Los Naranjos, Sonsonate
Producer Roberto H. Murray Meza
Altitude 1500-1700 masl
sweet heavy body dark chocolate pineapple red wine blueberry complex sweetness completely delicious
an outstanding coffee from one of our favorite producers
Farm Information |
In 1936, Don Rafael Meza-Ayau Sr purchased land in the Los Naranjos
Valley of Sonsonate, western El Salvador. The moderate weather, high altitudes and fertile
soils provide idyllic conditions for quality coffee production, that over the decades has
garnered an impressive reputation. Most notably as finalists in the COE
Originally under the export brand Los Naranjos, the current owner (Don Rafael’s grand-son)
Roberto H. Murray Meza, has changed their name to Finca Majahual. He has also bolstered
long-standing traditions to support the dedicated workforce at Majahual, providing medical
assistance with an onsite clinic, an education centre and leisure facilities – with extended use
to all family and community members neighbouring the family properties.
Majahual’s initiatives for the preservation of its native wildlife and important environmental
resources are a shining example to the industry. The principles mean that all of the coffee
plants across their 90 hectares are shade-grown amongst natural forest, ensuring the
biodiversity of the ecosystem thrives. The most recent audit from Rainforest Alliance
returned them a perfect scorecard, reflecting the socially and environmentally responsible
practices they are championing there.
This year’s selections of immaculately prepared coffees are three fine examples of the
bourbon varieties Majahual has become renowned for
Naranjo de DotaTarrazu SHB
Region Santa Marta de Dota
SHB – Strictly Hard Bean – Premium
Screen Size 15 / 17
Process: Fully Washed
Bright sweetness of blackcurrant, red berries, caramel and long sweet satisfying finish balanced acidity cuts beautifully thru milk – versatile coffee roasted light for cold brew pourover nice as long black or espresso – try it
******* New Season Stock*******
Collection of Farms
Alt 1350 masl
Varietal Typica Bourbon Caturra
sweet full body of Milk Chocolate Toffee dried fruit roasted almond delicious stone fruit sweetness & good long sweet after taste
delicious in milk or black or use as part of a high quality blend
Located to the North of Guatemala Huehuetenango is in one of Guatemala’s three non Volcanic regions the remote territory contributes to the unique flavor profile of coffees found in the region this remoteness means that most producers need to process their own coffees
$5.00 – $14.95
Panela Premium Organic Raw Sugar
Organic Panela Sugar heavy clean molasses delicate floral notes dulche de leche – nicely balanced
Use wherever and however you choose on your cereal – in hot drinks or in baking and cooking – makes great caramel
you can also use it as a delicious base for your rubs & sauces when smoking your favorites meats & ribs
use however you like it is super delicious
this panela is made from the highest quality organic cane sugar grown in the region of San Remo in Guatemala. This Panela is premium quality and unrefined and importantly minimally processed to retain the natural minerals and nutrients of the sugar cane rendering its unique, flavour profile resulting in beautiful depth of flavour and mouthfeel
Region Santa Ana / Apaneca
Producer Collection of farms
Altitude 1200-1600 masl
Varietal Bourbon, Pacas & Caturra
silky smooth / creamy body cocoa base some toffee almond some caramel and good acidity – sweet balanced delicious drinking
$18.50 – $55.50
Mexico El Tucan Mountain Water Decaf
REGION: Chicomuselo and Comalapa, Chiapas, Mexico
VARIETAL: Catuai and Typica
PROCESS: Fully Washed & Decaffeinated using Mountain Water Process
ALTITUDE: 1100m – 1600m
aroma of brown sugar, spice, hints of ripe fruit full flavor of sweet brown sugar /toffee brown spice milk chocolate & soft fruit notes full body balanced coffee sweet clean aftertaste.
This coffee is decaffeinated using the Mountain Water Process which involves sourcing
natural mountain water from Pico De Orizaba (one of the largest mountains in mexico. The coffee is soaked and washed in clean water numerous times and then the water is passed through a caffeine filter before being re-introduced to the coffee. This natural process leaves a full flavoured coffee without any chemical residue.
In the state of Chiapas you find Mexico´s largest and oldest coffee producing regions, some farms can look back on a history record of more than a hundred years. With the influence of the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other side, the mountain slopes of the Sierra Madre Chiapas crosses the region dividing the state and creating various special microclimates.
$22.00 – $68.00
Region Abelia Sierra Matagalpa
Varietal Bourbon Caturra
Process washed & sundried
Certifications : Organic & RFA Certified (rainforest certified) Selva Negra Sustainable Farm
Fairly Traded – Farm Direct
Floral Peach Passionfruit Orange Toffee beautiful and delicious easy drinking decaf coffee with clean balanced cup long aftertaste
it drinks just like a regular coffee drink freely without guilt …… roast it any way you like
Mountain Water Decaf ®
these Mountain Water Decaf processed beans come from Latin Americaâ€™s first decaffeination plant that opened in 1983. Situated in CÃ³rdoba, Veracruz; the operation has grown and today is recognised worldwide for its quality control, research and development and innovation.
Mountain Water isnt just a name, the water used is melted glacial water from Pico de Orizaba , Mexico s highest mountain.
The process is highly complex but put simply the green beans are steamed gently then immersed in water saturated with flavour compounds of coffee. As osmosis occurs, the only property that leaves the beans is caffeine. The essential flavour elements in the beans stay there, balanced by the water already containing the flavour elements. The beans are then dried, analysed and cupped.
Mountain Water knows their coffee, selecting grades and origins that come through the decaffeination process with body, flavour and aroma.
In June 2017, the The International Taste & Quality Institute based in Brussels with judges selected from 15 of the most prestigious European culinary and sommeliers associations awarded Mountain Water Decaf a gold star Superior rating.