Burning Cliff Seasonal Blend - Origins

Burning Cliff Seasonal Blend - Origins

The current seasonal line-up of our Burning Cliff seasonal blend consists of a natural processed mix of yellow Catuai and Catucai varieties from the Garcia family owned Jaguara and Vale Do Sol Garcia farms in Brazil (60%) blended with a fully washed Caturra and Castillo mix from La Esperanza farm in...

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El Bosque, La Paz, Honduras

El Bosque, La Paz, Honduras

Raul Manueles began working in coffee at only 16 of years and has only known coffee throughout his working career. He is now 65 years old and runs the El Bosque farm with his family. The five hectare El Bosque farm is situated at an altitude of 1550 MASL and grows...

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Nensebo Refisa #3, Ethiopia

Nensebo Refisa #3, Ethiopia

Refisa is a washing station located in Nensebo, West Arsi with active farmer members that deliver coffee cherries from the surrounding forests. The washing station is owned by an export company called Snap Coffee who support the local community by building schools and constructing some roads and paths to connect...

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Kamwangi AA, Kenya

Kamwangi AA, Kenya

Kamwangi is located on the slopes of Mount Kenya in central Kenya and together with the neighbouring Nyeri region are known for producing coffees with the some of the most intense, complex and flavour-dense cup profiles worldwide. The Kamwangi Wet Mill is provided coffee cherries by smallholders under the New...

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La Higuera, Peru

La Higuera, Peru

La Higuera is a coffee produced by Segundo Mondragon in a small farm in an area called Colossay in northern Peru. This area was a host to a number of Cup of Excellence winners this year and is producing some great coffees. The farm is situated at altitudes above 1800 masl...

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