All of our coffee is roasted in Scotland by our local supplier Black Dog Coffee co. We have been working together to bring you a variety of seasonal coffees, so the selection we have available is grown and harvested at specific times according to its location, to ensure we deliver the best possible taste to you.
The farmer Sandra Vallejo, is a member of an association made up of small coffee producers in Satuario, Risaralda, in western central Colombia. The association only has forty active members and has high criteria for the quality of the coffees they receive from their members, helping their community to raise their coffee quality. The Castillo bean is grown between 1850 and 1950 meters above sea level. It is then washed, undergoes an aerobic fermentation and finally expertly roasted. This coffee will give off tasting notes of dark chocolate, caramel, honey and slightly floral scents.
The Mchezi Hill Estate of Malawi includes around 60ha devoted to coffee cultivation. The Estate management pride themselves on attention to detail, strict quality standards, and the trainingand empowerment of the community to help operate the farm. The bean type is Catimor which is grown between 1100 & 1150 feat above sea level. The beans are fully washed process and this gives to the tasting notes of red grape, chocolate and grapefruit meaning this coffee has a well balanced acidity and sweetness.
The La Concordia region of Mexico is renowned for producing excellent coffee due to a number of factors including the agroclimatic conditions of the area, altitude, soils and the great diversity of natural interactions. The grower is UTZ and Rainforest Alliance Certified. This Mexican bean is grown at 1200 metres above sea level and the fully washed process helps to provide delicious and distinctive tasting notes. Chocolate, ripe fruits, citrus give a bright & well rounded flavour.
Sourced from the South Indian Coffee Company, located in North Coorg, on the banks of the Harangi backwaters in the foothills of the Western Ghats. The S795 bean is grown between 2900 and 3200 feet above sea level, it is naturally processed and the expertly roasted, which gives off the tasting notes of a fruity, intense, lush dark grape, pineapple, cranberry and a floral undertone throughout.
The Misak or Guambianos are indigenous community based in the Cauca region of Colombia. Their culture is strongly connected with mother nature- it is their main focus and priority. The land is owned by the community and hand picked by the entire group, as a social commitment they help one another. The Colombian Coffee bean is grown at 2000-2200 metres above sea level. This coffee is processed at the local washing station and is sun dried, giving its peculiar physical aspect. The tasting notes to look out for are chocolate, honey, caramel, malt & black tea.