Currently served as the main espresso at our shops.
This coffee is roasted for espresso, and can also be brewed best for stove top and cafetière.
Taste notes of chocolate and hazelnut, with a creamy mouthfeel.
Honey and washed process, harvested at an altitude of 1500 – 1800 Masl. The varietals are Caturra and Catuai.
We were drawn to this coffee due to its status of being the first carbon neutral farming co-op in the world.
Our latest house espresso is sourced from the members of the CoopeDota farming cooperative, located in the Tarrazu region of Costa Rica, blended with a natural-process Brazilian coffee from Fazenda Sao Joao.
A standout characteristic for us when choosing was this coffee is that CoopeDota are responsible for becoming the first carbon neutral coffee producers in the world – a trait that resonates with us and our values for sustainability.
CoopeDota are committed to looking after the wellbeing of their 900 employees and surrounding community, as well as preserving the environment that hosts the farms and mills, by using 80% less water and 40% less energy through use of coffee husk instead of firewood to dry beans.
Roasted for espresso at our Chester-based roastery.
Our packaging is carbon neutral and entirely recyclable.