Speciality Coffee Beans

Speciality coffee is a coffee that has been rated above 80 by SCAE (Speciality Coffee Association of Europe). These coffees are normally grown at a higher altitude and are carefully picked and prepared at origin.

They always have very delicate and unique roast profiles meaning that we can enhance all of the beautiful and interesting flavours that they have to offer.

Most of our speciality coffees have been rated between 86-89 by SCAE (we even have a couple of 90's)

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  1. Organic Speciality
    Bolivia Organic Coroico Villa Asunsion Coffee

    Bolivia Organic Coroico Villa Asunsion Coffee

    £7.50
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    Coroico is situated just 1.5 hours away from La Paz (the capital and highest city) and the Altiplano, but it has a completely different climate and vegetation. At an altitude of 1700 metres, in this area of the Northern Yungas, vegetation is abundant, its bio diversity is beautiful and the climate is warm during the day and cold and foggy during the night and early morning. Coroico was a very important coffee region in the 90s but now only a handful of families continue to produce coffee here. Many Families have since moved from coffee production to cultivate other crops, largely coca. Villa Asunsion is a 15 hectare farm in Coroico where coffee is grown on a small separate, 2-3 hectare plot, alongside coca, citrus fruits, papaya, mangos, bananas and stevia. None of the farming at Villa Asunsion is performed with the use of fertilisers or chemicals. Coffee at Villa Asunsion is grown up to 1900 masl in native shade. Varieties are Caturra and Typica, with cherries ripening both red and yellow in colour. Once harvested, coffee is washed, soaked for 18 hours before being dried on raised beds.

  2. NEW RFA
    Brazil Fazenda Pantano Coffee

    Brazil Fazenda Pantano Coffee

    £5.00
    Earn £0.25
    3
    A beautiful Brazilian coffee with flavours of milk chocolate, hazelnut & praline! Snickers in a cup!
  3. NEW Speciality
    Colombia El Porton Coffee

    Colombia El Porton Coffee

    £6.00
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    3
    A classic Colombian coffee with deep dark chocolate notes with cherry & plum sweetness.
  4. Limited Edition NEW
    Colombia Pitalito Coffee

    Colombia Pitalito Coffee

    £4.50
    Earn £0.20
    Strong
    3
    A delicious Colombian coffee dark chocolate body with flavours of sweet lemon, peach & hazelnut.
  5. Limited Edition Speciality
    El Salvador El Cipres La Montana Coffee

    El Salvador El Cipres La Montana Coffee

    £7.30
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    3
    Beautifully fruity and sweet, this naturally processed Central American coffee is truly delicious.
  6. Limited Edition Speciality
    El Salvador Finca Santa Leticia Coffee

    El Salvador Finca Santa Leticia Coffee

    £5.00
    Earn £0.25
    Medium
    3

    Taste

    This beautiful, fully washed, sun-dried coffee brings out elegant aromas of honey, caramel and walnut with hints of rose. When tasting, on first sip we found this to be a sweet, mild coffee with moderate complexities followed by a mellow milk chocolate after taste. A genuinely luxurious coffee to be drunk throughout the day like an afternoon tea.

    Facts

    The Santa Leticia Estate has been run by the Valdivieso family for generations high in the Apaneca-llamatepec mountains in the North West of El Salvador. It was the current owner, Ricardo Valdivieso's great grandfather, who purchased the farm in 1870 and named it after his wife, Leticia. A lot of love and knowledge goes into this coffee.

    Grown at a height of 1200-1750 metres above sea level, the farm is also an archaeological site, complete with Mayan artefacts.

  7. Limited Edition Speciality
    Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Kana Sparkling Water Decaffeinated Coffee

    Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Kana Sparkling Water Decaffeinated Coffee

    £6.60
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    2
    Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Kana Decaffeinated Coffee - if you didn’t know it was decaffeinated you really wouldn't be able to tell!
  8. Fairtrade Organic
    Indonesia Buana Mandiri Coffee

    Indonesia Buana Mandiri Coffee

    £6.15
    Earn £0.30
    4

    Indonesia Buana Mandiri coffee is both Fairtrade and Organic certified.

  9. NEW Speciality
    Kenya Ndundu AA Coffee

    Kenya Ndundu AA Coffee

    £7.50
    Earn £0.35
    2

     

     

     


    The Kiamabara factory is located in the town of Kabare in the Gichugu division of the Nyeri district in Central Province. It is affiliated to the Mugaga cooperative society along with the Kagumoini, Kieni, Gathugu and Gatina factories. It was established in 1995 following the split of the much larger Mathira F.C.S.

    There are now around 4800 active members of this cooperative and each member has on average around half a hectare of land for coffee growing alongside macadamia, beans, banana and maize. The area has deep, well drained and fertile red volcanic soil at altitudes of around 1900 metres above sea level with 953mm of rainfall annually.


     

    Location:       Murang'a Foothills, Aberdare Ridge, Central Province
    Owner:           Mugaga FCS Cooperative
    Altitude:         1900 masl
    Processing:   Washed
    Varietal:          SL28 & SL24

  10. Limited Edition RFA
    Nicaragua La Argentina Rainforest Alliance Coffee

    Nicaragua La Argentina Rainforest Alliance Coffee

    £5.00
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    3

     

    Location:        San Fernando, Nueva Segovia
    Farm:              Finca El Bosque
    Altitude:         1250-1560 masl
    Processing:   Washed (RFA)
    Varietal:         Caturra & Catuai

    San Fernando is located around 24 kilometres from the region’s capital ‘Ocotal’ and of the 10,000 residents, the vast majority are coffee farmers. This beautiful area is home to the stunning and aptly named ‘Finca El Bosque’ (which translates to ‘the forest’) and has been owned by Julio Peralta since 1991. The farm lies on the mountainous slopes in the Nuevo Segovia region on the border of Honduras, providing spectacular views of the surrounding forests and mountains of Jicaro and San Fernando. The environment is incredibly wild and coffee grows densely amongst shade trees of banana and inga, the potassium provided to the soil by the banana trees is elemental to the nutrition of the coffee on the farm.

    El Bosque produces coffee at altitudes of between 1250-1560 metres above sea level and has an annual rainfall of approximately 1800 millimetres. These factors, along with Julio’s inherited passion and dedication for growing exceptional coffee, combine to produce lively, bright and complex flavour nuances in the cup.

    Javier Antonia Mayorquin is the manager of Finca El Bosque and of the 140 hectares that make up El Bosque, only 30 of them are allocated for coffee production. The rest of the land has been set aside for the growth of different varieties of pine and oak, and it is this factor along with a clear commitment to sustainable environmental practice that has resulted in Rainforest Alliance certification for El Bosque. All power on the farm is provided by solar panels and a rainwater harvesting tank which produces hydroelectricity.

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