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Ethiopia is a challenging origin to work in, as finding great coffees requires deep insight into the country’s complex economy, politics, regions, and trading protocols. Fortunately, we’ve got something special going on with our sister company, Tropiq.

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What’s on our offer list & where you’ll find us in Athens.

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New Arrivals Alert 🚨

Drop everything – our first Uganda, Honduras, and Ethiopia lots are in stock, plus more fresh Kenyans.

An overview on Ethiopia

We’re well into Ethiopia season, as we wait for multiple shipments to arrive throughout May, June, and July.

Colombia: The return of the Recolectores

Initially established in Nariño, this project was created by local exporters and cooperatives.

Monthly Update & some insight from our cupping events

April was an eventful month for us, as we hosted two Spring Cuppings in Berlin & Oslo. We cupped through hundreds of coffees, tasting the season’s latest arrivals.

Selecting bigger lots

We source naturals from almost every origin we work in, even from places where natural processed coffees are not commonly produced at a high quality level.

Exploring Kenyan cooperatives

In Kenya, producers are typically members of a Farmers Cooperative Society. An FCS is an umbrella organisation for factories (also known as wet mills or washing stations).

News from Honduras

With coffee from the Caballero producers, our first shipment from Honduras is expected to land in May.

Monthly update and a lineup of naturals

We source naturals from almost every origin we work in, even from places where natural processed coffees are not commonly produced at a high quality level.

The first Ethiopias on our offer list

The Ethiopian season took off a little late this year, but we’re now underway! The first lots on our offer list are from the regions of Guji and Yirgacheffe.

Spring Cupping agendas & an intro to Bulambuli

Everything you need to know about our events & our latest project in Uganda. The agendas for our Spring Cupping sessions in Berlin and Oslo are ready. We have also posted a new blog post on our newest project with Ibero in Bulambuli. Check it out!

Brazil: unexpected profiles

We have always been selective in Brazil, aiming to differentiate ourselves and think outside the box. When we started sourcing from there, we recognised that there was an opportunity to create flavour profiles rarely seen from this origin.

The season's plan & our monthly update

The new harvest season has just begun! Here’s an update of what’s coming in the next few months, as well as a quick overview of our in-stocks.

Colombia: New Supplier, New Coffee!

At the end of February, we will receive coffee from Antioquia, while our Huilan selection will arrive in March, supplied by our newest partner, Cuatro Vientos.

Our Spring Cupping Events & Kenya Update

We are very excited to be hosting TWO events this year: a brand new edition in Berlin, followed by our annual classic at our headquarters in Oslo.

Ethiopia's Latest News & Monthly Update​

The Ethiopian harvest is coming to an end, as farmers are finishing up with the cherry picking process.

Peru: Microlot or community blend?

As a farmer’s coffee can often go into both options, it gives us the opportunity to buy more volume from one individual.

2023 Kenya: Harvest Update​​

The first 2023 Kenyas are about to depart. The debut has been phenomenal.

Monthly Update & Coffee of the Month​

As the streets of Oslo are buried in fresh snow, our warehouse fills up with more & more coffees for you.

There is so much we look forward to in 2023 ✨

‘Tis the last week of the year and it is loaded with festive vibes! Thank you all for an amazing year by our side.

Washed and Naturals from Indonesia to please every palate

We have seen several great special preps coming from Indonesia, but there is way more to it.

What makes PB lots from Rwanda so special for us

Peaberry beans are characterised by their small screen size and dense consistency.


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