1. As low as £17.00
    This coffee was scored a massive 89 by the independent coffee graders of the SCAA (Specialty Coffee Association of America), making it amongst a handful of coffees worldwide with such a high score. Flavour and aromatics described by the SCAA were berry, ripe plum and chocolate. Processed using the natural dried method. This was a competition winner in the annual competition to find the Gems of Araku. Coffee was introduced to Araku in the early 1900’s from neighbouring Pamuleru Valley, and in 2007, Small and Marginal Tribal Farmers Mutually Aided Cooperative Society (SAMTFMACS), a coffee farmer cooperative formed with assistance from The Naandi Foundation, was formed to push the coffee production there even further. It is a tribute to the work there that the competition is producing some of the best coffee in the world, scoring very high on the SCAA marking system.
  2. As low as £46.00
    Currently the most expensive coffee in the world but it's not only the supply and logistical issues that raise the price of this special coffee. Its unique flavour offers up mocha, ripe berries, chocolate and red wine.
  3. As low as £10.00
    This special, premium robusta type coffee has a super thick liquor, dark chocolate body and flavour plus more than average caffeine! It has almost twice as much caffeine as the Arabica variety. Enjoyable in its pure form and useful to add a kick to your favourite espresso blend. Whilst Robusta coffees are not generally renowned for their fine flavour this treasure from Vietnam is a noticeable exception. It is particularly delicious when made with condensed milk. Our customers have really taken to this coffee and it is now among our most popular. It certainly lives up to its name! Artisan roasted in our 2kg micro-roaster.