Our coffee, Three Amigos is
our 'Classically Chocolatey' blend sourced and combined from three countries in
South America. Find out more below:
Brazil is the largest coffee
producing nation in the world. The country sees large-scale mechanisation
used in the preparation of its coffee: a result of a well-structure industry
infrastructure and many years' experience production coffee. Grown at
relatively low altitudes in the Minas Gerais region, Brazilian coffees tend to
be soft and sweet rather than big and bright.
Columbia is the second
largest producer of coffee in the world and the largest producer of washed and
arabica coffee. Over 500,000 farms, most of which ar smallholders of less
than 5 hectares, are spread over the Zonas Cafeteras where a richly biodiverse
and temperature climate help produce some of the world's best coffee.
This Columbian is sourced from the famed region of Medellin and Antioqua,
where coffee tends to be nutty and sweet rather than winey and acidic.
many different types of the world's finest pand most distinctive coffees.
The country has many unique coffee producing regions that has gained a
positive and well known reputation in the industry. Coffee is Guatemala's
number one expert contributing to the country's growing economic status.
This coffee is from the cool and rainy region of Coban, where lower
temperature promote complex flavour and acidity.
The most recognised ethical
mark for consumers, the FAIRTRADE Mark means a better deal for coffee growers.
Fairtrade work closely with farms and plantations to ensure they meet Fairtrade
social, economic and environmental Standards