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We are proud to work together with green coffee importers who are committed to direct trade and sustainable coffee farming methods.
Our coffee beans are roasted in small batches at our micro-roastery here in Amsterdam.
Available both at our store & on our webshop.

Specialty Coffee: Products
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Origin: Nyanza, Kenya

Farm: Limwe Estate

Producer: Livien Osiemo

Altitude: 2,070 m

Variety: Ruiru11, Batian

Process: Washed

Roast: Light roast, suitable for filter

Notes: Orange, White Peach, Grapefruit

Cupping Score: 88.75

Livien planted his first coffee trees on his farm, Limwe Estate, in 2015. He also owns a coffee mill to process his own coffee, providing full traceability back to his farm. Located 2,070 meters above sea level in Nyamira County in southwestern Kenya, the coffee trees on Limwe Estate thrive as they are protected from pests and common plant diseases. This unique coffee has refreshing and sweet notes of oranges and white peaches, with a delicate acidity of grapefruits.



€24,95  (500g)  //  €15,95  (250g)


Origin: Sumatra, Indonesia

Farm: Central Sumatera Coffee

Producer: Enzo Sauqi

Altitude: 1,400 m

Variety: Abyssinia, Bourbon, Ateng

Process: Natural

Roast: Medium roast, suitable for espresso

Notes: Blackcurrant, Caramel, Ceylon Tea

Cupping Score: 86.5

Enzo Sauqi runs Central Sumatera Coffee (CSC), a family-owned coffee producer and processor in the vast island of Sumatra, Indonesia. From growing the plants to processing the beans, CSC ensures full traceability and quality control. CSC has a single farm estate in three different regions across Sumatra - this particular coffee is from their farm located in Aceh, the northernmost region of Sumatra island. Indonesia is a volcanically active country and combined with its tropical climate, the land provides a rich environment to grow quality coffee beans. This specific lot of coffee is processed and dried as traditional natural, creating a unique combination of pleasant acidity of blackcurrants, sweetness of caramel, and citrusy like Ceylon tea.

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€ 19,95  (250g)

Origin: Boquete, Panama

Farm: Loma de Los Cedros

Producer: Miranda Family

Altitude: 1,500 m

Variety: Red Catuai

Process: Natural

Roast: Light roast, suitable for filter

Notes: Rose, Orange, Red Apple

Cupping Score: 89.5

The Miranda Family runs their farm, Loma de Los Cedros, in the small town of Boquete in west Panama. The farm is located in the shadows of Volcán Barú, an active volcano and the tallest mountain in the country. The rich volcanic soil and the high altitude combined makes this farm ideal for harvesting quality specialty coffee. The farm is also a member of Cuatro Caminos Coffee Estates, an organization which oversees the operation of specialty coffee farms in Panama that are economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable. This natural processed coffee has a romantic aroma of roses, bright acidity of oranges, and the juiciness of red apples.


€ 27,95  (500g)  //  € 18,95  (250g)


Origin: La Palma, El Salvador

Farm: Finca El Guachipilin

Producer: Renato Diaz

Altitude: 1,650 m

Variety: Pacamara

Process: Natural

Roast: Light roast, suitable for filter

Notes: Grape, Apple Pie, Honey

Cupping Score: 89

The mountainous geography of El Salvador creates the perfect microclimate to grow coffee. This lot of coffee from Finca El Guachipilin is produced by Renato Diaz and processed by CaféNor, a dry mill ran by Alejandro Valiente C. CaféNor is a carbon neutral mill - the mills are powered with renewable solar energy, and has its own water treatment system to minimize waste. CaféNor also invests in educating coffee farmers by passing on the knowledge of permaculture to conserve natural resources, and by introducing telecommunication technology to improve communications amongst producers for better transparency and traceability of their coffee. This coffee was grown and processed by a community so focused on quality and sustainability, it has exceptionally fruity notes of grapes, and has a creamy mouthfeel of apple pie and honey.

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€ 24,95  (500g)  //  € 15,95  (250g)

Origin: Kirinyaga, Kenya

Farm: Kathunguri

Producer: Mathew Mugo

Altitude: 1,750 m

Variety: SL28, SL34

Process: Washed

Roast: Medium roast, suitable for filter

Notes: Almond, Black Tea, Tangerine

Cupping Score: 88.5

While most prized coffees in Kenya are produced by collective organisation of anonymous farmers, this coffee can be traced back to a single farm microlot ran by Mathew Mugo. Mathew’s microlot, Kathunguri Farm, is located on the slopes of Mt. Kenya where the rich volcanic soil and the excellent climate creates the perfect condition to cultivate coffee. Traceability gives Mathew credibility as a producer, as he is transparent about where the coffee is grown, and how the cherries are picked and processed. This coffee is rich like black tea, nutty like almonds, and has a sweet acidity of tangerines.


€ 24,95  (500g)  //  € 15,95  (250g)

Origin: Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia

Farm: Wete Ambela

Producer: Mekuria Mergia

Altitude: 2,000 m

Variety: Heirloom

Process: Natural

Roast: Medium roast, suitable for filter

Notes: Grape, Blackcurrant, Chocolate

Cupping Score: 87.5

The unique geographical location of Ethiopia contributes to the production of high quality coffee beans, making Ethiopian coffee one of the highest ranked beans in the world. Mekuria, founder of Wete Ambela Coffee, works together with multiple independent coffee producers and runs a washing station at Wote Konga in Yirgacheffe, southern Ethiopia. The trust between Mekuria and farmers stem from the efforts he makes in improving the community, such as by investing in building hospitals and elementary schools to provide better access to health care and education. Mekuria selects and grades the coffee cherries during three different harvest periods - beginning, middle, and end. This specific lot of coffee is from the middle harvest, where the coffee cherries are significantly sweeter compared to other harvest points. This exclusive coffee is exceptionally fruity and sweet like red grapes, blackcurrant, and has a pleasant bitterness of chocolate.

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Origin: Cauca, Columbia

Farm: Finca El Paraïso

Variety: Geisha, Castillo

Process: Anaerobic Thermal Shock

Notes: Papaya, Mango, Milk Chocolate

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Origin: Sidama, Ethiopia

Farm: Gatta

Variety: Ethiopian Heirloom (74158)

Process: Natural

Notes: Strawberry Jam, Blueberry, Honey

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Origin: Huehuetenango, Guatemala
Farm: El Zapote
Variety: Geisha
Process: Washed
Notes: Marzipan, Jasmine, Peach

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Origin: Huila, Colombia

Farm: Finca La Esmeralda

Farmers: Norbey José Quimbayo

Variety: Pink Bourbon

Process: Washed

Notes: Passion Fruit, Strawberry, Lemon

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Origin: Oxapampa, Peru

Farm: Alta Montaña

Farmers: Elias & Litman Inga

Variety: Bourbon, Catuaí, Caturra

Process: Natural

Notes: Rum, Raisin, Milk Chocolate

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Origin: Oxapampa, Peru

Farm: Alta Montaña

Producer: Elias & Litman Inga

Variety: Caturra, Costarica95

Process: Washed

Notes: Hazelnut, Date, Honey

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Origin: Huehuetenango, Guatemala

Farm: Buena Vista

Producer: Martin Lopez Alvarado

Variety: Catuaí, Caturra, Bourbon

Process: Washed

Notes: Green Apple, Lemonade, Peach


You can find our previous coffee lineup here

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Origin: Huehuetenango, Guatemala

Farm: La Esperanza

Variety: Caturra, Bourbon

Process: Washed

Notes: Dark Chocolate, Raspberry, Biscuit

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Origin: Sidama, Ethiopia

Farm: Shantawene Village

Variety: Heirloom (74221 / 74212)

Process: Natural

Notes: Nectarine, Bergamot, Tropical Fruit

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Origin: Huila, Colombia
Farm: Finca El Mirador
Variety: Pink Bourbon
Process: Washed
Notes: Orange, Honeysuckle, Caramel

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