Sourcing Coffee

Farms we buy from...

Building direct relationships

What is 'direct trade'?

By prioritising long-lasting relationships we are proud to have a strong and positive correspondence with farmers all around the world.

Buying 'direct' does not necessarily mean that we are dealing only with the farmer him/herself, but it contains all the benefits of doing such that. This means that we are supporting sustainable growth on all stages in the supply chain, ethical trading, and encouraging pricing averaging three times that of Fairtrade.

Farms we annually buy from...

Don Saul
Peru

Since our very frist origin trip back in 2018, we've been buying Don Saul's amazing lots from the beautiful topography of Huabal every year since!

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Mooleh Manay
India

We have always been keen to highlight the incredible quality of speciality coffee in India, and in 2019 we were graciously hosted by Akshay & Komal to see their operations first hand.

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Los Pirineos
El Salvador

With our first purchase back in 2017, we've had more of this single origin than any other, with some incredible honey processes and pacamaras!

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Ou Yang
China

We've been working with IndoChina to continualy purchase this coffee - named after Mr Ou. A visionary producer who created a coffee farm to support the livelihoods of the local hilltribe communities.

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Origins
'The Coffee Belt'

We're proud to source coffee from all around the world to highlight the diversity between different varietals, conditions and processes at different origins. Learn more about coffee processing and brew methods.

Coffee growing countries we source from...

Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and Panama.

Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.

Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania & Uganda.

China, India, Indonesia, Papa New Guinea & Yemen.