In the Mix Ethical House Blend - Brazil / Guatemala / Peru (50g)
Our In the Mix house blend brings together heavy weights from Central and Southern America to unleash a coffee that packs punch of chocolate and nut. A robust coffee that doesn't lose a subtle sweetness.
In The Mix Colombia & Guatemala House Blend Coffee - 250g
Country: Colombia / Guatemala Tasting Notes: Dark Chocolate / Vanilla / Hazelnut Process: Washed Roast: Medium Roast Brew Type: Filter + Espresso This is our perfect all rounder and often the everyday choice for our customers due to its' versatility. Roasted on the slightly darker side of medium it can work very well for manual espresso, bean to cup machines as well as manual brewers with a coarser grind. A real crowd pleaser that works every time it drops. Tell Me More Varietals: Castillo / Colombia / Catuai / Caturra / Bourbon Region: San Antonio De Huista / Valle del Cesar This blend brings together the complementary characteristics from Guatemala and Colombia. We drop in our Colombian from Valle del Cesar with coffee from the Huehuetenango region in Guatemala which brings dark chocolate to the party. Guatemala San Antonio De Huista This coffee is produced by an association in the town of San Antonio de Huista in the famous region of Huehuetenango in northern Guatemala. The region is characterised by very high elevation farms (average 1800m), with a temperate climate warmed by winds brought down from Mexico. The farms that produce these coffees practise organic agriculture, and cultivate traditional 'old' varieties of arabica such as Typica, Caturra and Bourbon. The coffees are selectively hand-picked during the harvest, fully washed and wet fermented for 12 hours, and then dried on patios for 8-10 days. Colombia Valle del Cesar This coffee comes from an association called Café Entre Sierras, which was formed in 2018, and comprises 17 farms in the Perija mountains, northern Colombia. The mountains form part of the "Cordillera de los Andes",which is the largest continuous mountain range in the world. Between them, the association manages 385 hectares of land, producing organic coffee under native forest shade, and in doing so, protects one of the most ancient areas of forest in Latin America. For a period of time, farms in this area were abandoned, as the population fled armed conflicts in the region. The associates therefore manage their land and projects in pursuit of a simpler, calmer life. The Café Entre Sierras association provides support to new producers wishing to join the adventure, and aims to inspire the younger generation back into farming. They have recently created a school of 'Cafe Catadorcitos', to teach younger barista and coffee tasting skills. We are pleased to say that we will be supplying these young baristas with the tools to perfect their trade.
Thousand Rhythms Colombian Single Origin Filter Coffee - 250g
Colombia is synonymous with superb coffee and this Colombian single origin does not break rank. It offers a caramel sweetness with the nutty hazelnut undertone and a mellow acidity. We roast this one to a medium level and have found it to take to all brewing methods very well. Sit back and enjoy with some chilled summer vibes.
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Varietal: Castillo / Colombia
Region: Valle del Cesar
This coffee comes from an association called Café Entre Sierras, which was formed in 2018, and comprises 17 farms in the Perija mountains, northern Colombia. The mountains form part of the "Cordillera de los Andes", which is the largest continuous mountain range in the world.
Between them, the association manages 385 hectares of land, producing organic coffee under native forest shade, and in doing so, protects one of the most ancient areas of forest in Latin America.
For a period of time, farms in this area were abandoned, as the population fled armed conflicts in the region. The associates therefore manage their land and projects in pursuit of a simpler, calmer life. The Café Entre Sierras association provides support to new producers wishing to join the adventure, and aims to inspire the younger generation back into farming. They have recently created a school of 'Cafe Catadorcitos', to teach younger barista and coffee tasting skills. We are pleased to say that we will be supplying these young baristas with Barista & Co tools to perfect their trade.
Full of Funk Ugandan Single Origin Filter Coffee - 250g
Tasting Notes: Exotic fruit / Pineapple / Mango / Honey
Suggested Brew Type: Filter
Funkier than James Brown this Ugandan is one for those who love a filter coffee whether that be a cafetiere, pour over or Twist Press. This is not your traditional coffee and is one for the true coffee lover. We feel it works best without milk so you can enjoy all the complex flavours. Sweetness from cacao nib and honey with acidity from the pineapple and mango.
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Varietal: SL14 / SL28
Region: Rwenzori Mountains
This coffee is produced by farms in the south west of Uganda, along the border with Democratic Republic of Congo, on farms in the Rwenzori Mountains. Some of the peaks of these mountains are permanently ice-capped, and feed water to tributaries which lead to the Nile River. 'Rwenjura' means 'water hill', or 'bringer of water'. Here, our local exporter works with family farmers, many of whom have been producing coffee for generations, to produce very high quality export coffee, with a particular focus on selective picking and careful drying. The result is a Ugandan coffee that can compete on level terms with more celebrated neighbours, Kenya and Rwanda.
Tasting Notes: Sweet Chocolate / Cherry Fruit / Almond
Process: Washed / Natural
Roast: Medium Roast
Brew Type: Espresso + Filter
Fruit, nut and chocolate, it has to be the nations favourite. By bringing together 'Natural' and 'Washed' hand processed coffees post roasting it is possible to achieve a coffee profile they couldn't on their own. We sway this coffee more towards espresso but our medium roasting style means it is also at home with filter coffee brewing. The natural elements bring the fruit forward and the washed brings complexity. They perform perfectly together back to back.
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Varietals: Caturra / Catimor / Typica / Pache
Region: Valle Santa Cruz, Rio Tambo
Technically this is a single origin blend as it brings together two different coffees from the same cooperative.
'El Rio Tambo' is a small section of river, running through a valley on the eastern slopes of the Andes in Central Peru. Bordering this river, at elevations of between 1500-1800m above sea level, a cooperative called 'Valle Santa Cruz' - 136 coffee producers including 31 women - grow organic coffee on small farms averaging 3 hectares.
Producers in the cooperative grow organic coffee without any artificial chemical inputs. The farm is fed with natural, organic fertilisers such as 'Guano' and volcanic rock minerals. The farms are sheltered by native trees which are home to a wide variety of tropical birds, and the coffee is grown amongst other fruit trees such as guaba, mandarin and pineapple.
The cooperative work together to ensure that between the many rural producers, they have direct access to the export markets and are able to demand a fair and sustainable fee for their coffee. This in turn helps with inward investment in processing, education and infrastructure, so that coffee production can continue to be a viable and of a high standard.
Arabica Course Ground Coffee - Blue Mountain 125G
We’ve created our coffee to perfectly complement the Barista & Co product range. Introducing the Arabica course ground Colombian, Brazilian and Costa Rican coffee for French presses, ideal for the home brewer. It is the perfect daytime coffee with a strong, sharp flavour deliciously blended with subtle caramel and toffee flavours.
The coffee packaging is resealable which prevents the coffee from contacting with the air, keeping your coffee smelling and tasting as fresh as the day it arrived!
This Central American coffee is coarse ground, which means that it can be used with all our coffee makers.
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