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Our Coffees

COFFEE SOURCING

Growing Regions

We source coffee from over 20 origins around the World. 


Buying green coffee beans from most of the coffee producing countries of the world, including Brazil, Colombia, and most of Central America, as well as from Africa, India and Vietnam. We're always looking to expand our range of coffees and source from the best quality producers of coffee. 

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Brazil

 Brazilian coffees are known for their sweet nutty flavors that are accompanied with a  bittersweet chocolate notes.

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Colombia

Colombia has many flavours to bring to the cup - citrus fruits, sweet tropical fruit and nutty notes with lovely aromas of chocolate and cocoa.

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Ethiopia

Ethiopian coffee has distinct fruity flavours such as blueberry and strawberry. Floral notes such as Bergamot, Roses and Jasmine are also often found.

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Guatemala

Guatemalan coffees are known for their mild chocolate/cocoa flavors in the aftertaste.

With toffee and nutty notes in the cup together with tropical fruit flavours.

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Honduras

Common tastes of Honduran coffees are a combination of darker caramel& chocolate notes, along with lighter tropical fruits and berry flavours. 

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India

Indian coffee can offer complex flavours that may include notes of cardamom, clove, pepper and nutmeg and perhaps hints of tropical fruit.

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Kenya

They're usually full or medium bodied, with a citrus-like acidity, and winey. They have a complex taste that is sweet and fruity with hints of berries.

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Mexico

Mexican coffees often have chocolate and nutty flavours alongside gentle sweet and fruity aromas.

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Peru

Peruvian coffees can be recognized by their herbal and sweet fruity aromas, together with flavors of plum, sweet citrus fruits such a orange, and herbal notes. 

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Sumatra

Sometimes described as syrupy. The best Sumatran coffees have intense sweet tones of chocolate, and sometimes notes of licorice and other spice-based flavors

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Tanzania

A rich, caramel and chocolate flavour, Tanzanina coffee also has hints of dark fruits like blackcurrant along with lighter floral notes and hints of citrus fruit, coconut, and pineapple.

 

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Vietnam

Vietnam is well know for its Robusta coffee with deep and earthy flavours, including  nutty, molasses and dark chocolate notes.

COFFEE CREDENTIALS

Choose from a range of certified coffees

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Rainforest Alliance Certified™ (RFA)

When a coffee is Rainforest Alliance Certified, it means that the coffee was produced against rigorous standards that protect the environment, empower producers and support local communities.

 

Certification aims to help coffee farmers improve their productivity and profitability using more sustainable methods.

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Fairtrade Foundation

Fairtrade is a simple way to make a difference to the lives of the people who grow the coffee.

When you choose Fairtrade coffee, not only can farmers build a better quality of life for their families and communities, they can invest in growing better quality beans too.

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Organic

The Soil Association is the charity that digs deeper to transform the way we eat, farm and care for our natural world.

 

The Soil Association is the leading membership charity campaigning for healthy, humane and sustainable food, farming and land use, which certifies products as organic.

 

OUR OWN COFFEE ESTATES

In Tanzania

Coburg is part of Tudeley Holdings Ltd., who grow Arabica coffee on their three estates near Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.

Their deep knowledge of growing coffee in Africa, plus our 58 years’ experience of roasting coffee in London, gives us the edge over other coffee suppliers.

Coffee bush laden with ripe coffee cherries
Coffee bush laden with ripe coffee cherries

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Developed coffee seedlings
Developed coffee seedlings

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Washed green coffee beans being prepared for drying
Washed green coffee beans being prepared for drying

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