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Regional Coffee

Our Regional Coffees represent what we believe to be great expressions of the qualities and flavours associated with the Single Origin Coffee's local growing environment, the processing methods used and the commitment to quality of our producing partners.

Aricha, Ethiopia

Aricha, located in the Yirgacheffe district of Gedeo, is a notably small region often referred to as a kebele, a type of municipality. Its reputation is rooted in the cool climate and breathtaking landscape, and Aricha's washed coffees are widely esteemed for their vibrant, floral, and diverse flavour profiles. In this cup, we taste Candy Lime, Tangerine, Toffee.

Heza, Burundi

The meticulous processing at Heza involves hand-sorting cherries for ripeness, double fermentation with similarities to Kenyan processing, and a unique "footing" process for parchment, akin to wine production. In this cup, we taste Blackcurrant, Plum, Blackberry.

UnCommon Coffee

Our UnCommon Coffees take things a step further, exploring unique varietals, experimental processing methods and high scoring micro-lot coffees with the aim of introducing new ways of experiencing coffee and satisfying the adventurous among us.

Finca Maputo, Ecuador

For a few years now, we've been sourcing coffee from Henry and Verena Gaibor, proprietors of three Ecuadorian farms. Among their latest harvest lots, the Typica variety from their original farm, Finca Maputo, stood out to us. A coffee with great floral notes, balanced candied citrus tones and delightful acidity, this coffee consistently delivers a remarkable experience. In this cup, we taste Floral, Candied Orange, Grapefruit.

Mae Chedi, Thailand

Mae Chedi, a district in Chiang Rai, Thailand, is traditionally known for its tea plantations. The region has transitioned from a historical association with opium cultivation to a thriving hub for high-quality Arabica coffee, thanks to a transformative initiative by the late King of Thailand in the 1970s. In this cup, we taste Mulberry, Stonefruit, White Tea.

Mae Suai Sirinya, Thailand

Doi Chang in Chiang Rai, Thailand, situated in the Golden Triangle at the borders of Myanmar and Laos, has undergone incredible transformation from its historical association with opium cultivation to becoming a thriving hub for high-quality Arabica coffee. In this cup, we taste Passionfruit, Loquat Pear, Milk Chocolate.