Speciality

Welcome to our new Speciality range of coffees. These are premium, single origin coffees of a very high quality, with quite distinctive aroma and taste.  Whilst some of these coffees are readily available, many others are so special that they are in very limited supply, so once they are gone they are gone!  Speciality Coffee is an exciting and growing area of the coffee market, which offers you the opportunity to taste some truly exceptional coffees and to broaden your repertoire.

Many growers are keen to grow and promote these coffees. Because of their high quality they are able to attain a higher price for their coffee, which of course makes it more expensive for us to buy and sell to you.  But the positive side of this is that the growers can increase their income, which benefits the local families and the economy.

Brewing Guide

Most of our Speciality coffees are medium to dark roasted. This makes them suitable to be brewed using most brewing methods such as Bean-To-Cup Machines, Electric Espresso Machines, Moka Pots / Stove Top Espresso Pots as well as Filter and Cafetiere methods of brewing coffee. Please check each coffee for details.

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Costa Rica Don Claudio - NEW

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Smooth & Rich

This coffee is grown in the area around the Chirripo Mountain, the highest in Costa Rica, and is grown at an altitude between 1300 to 2000 metres above sea level. A fully washed coffee, it is smooth and medium bodied. Medium-Dark roasted, this coffee can be brewed as a Filter or Cafetiere coffee, or brewed through a Bean-to-Cup machine. It can also be brewed as a milder Espresso. With a smooth, fruity acidity the cup profile is Strawberry with Plum Acidity. More Details

from £16.24per 500g Pack(s)
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Peruvian Carranza - Juan Marco El Palto - NEW

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Fruity / Sweet

This coffee is grown in the Amazonian Andes in northern Peru, at an altitude of 1100 to 1800 metres above sea level. The coffee is sourced from the JUMARP (Juan Marco El Palto) Coop, which was founded in 2003 by Jose Carranza with 35 small farmers, and the Coop today has over 236 partners. Medium-Dark roasted, this coffee can be brewed as a Filter or Cafetiere coffee, or brewed through a Bean-to-Cup machine. It can also be brewed as a milder Espresso. This delightful coffee has a cup profile of Milk Chocolate, Dried Fruits and Honey, with a high level of sweetness, a clean mouthfeel and a medium body. More Details

from £18.19per 500g Pack(s)
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Brazilian Oliveira - NEW

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Fruity / Sweet

This coffee is grown across two farms - Fazenda Estrela and Fazenda Recanto, located in the Serra do Salitre in the Minas Gerais region of Brazil. Only the cherries that have already started drying on the trees, which are called boia, are selected for this lot. This helps promote a richer heavier flavour. It’s a family-run business across 200 hectares. Everyone is passionate about coffee and the farm has been placed 8th in previous Cup of Excellence awards. The taste profile is Tropical Fruits, Dark Chocolate, Almonds and Caramel. The coffee is Medium-Dark roasted so can be brewed through a Bean-to-Cup machine, Filter or Cafetiere. It can also be brewed as a lighter Espresso. More Details

from £17.54per 500g Pack(s)
(price per pack before quantity discounts £26.99) Add to Basket

Colombian Anserma - NEW

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Smooth & Mellow

Colombian Anserma is grown in the western mountains of south west Caldas on the slopes of the Andes. Started in 1967, the Caficultores de Anserma cooperative in a non-profit company that ensures that the coffee is grown and distributed for the benefit of its members and their communities. Medium-Dark roasted this coffee can be brewed as a Filter/Cafetire, brewed through a Bean-to-Cup machine or as a milder Espresso. It's flavour is Sweet Fruit Notes, Mild Acidity with a Milk Chocolate and Hazelnut aftertaste. More Details

from £14.94per 500g Pack(s)
(price per pack before quantity discounts £22.99) Add to Basket

Colombian San Agustin

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Nutty

San Agustin is still a remote and unexplored area cradled in the Andes mountain range where Colombia’s largest river – the Magdalena is born. This mild arabica bean produces a richer, nuttier flavour than standard Colombian beans and is suitable for all day drinking. More Details

from £12.34per 500g Pack
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Cuban Serrano Lavado

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Nutty

Our coffee comes from the 2,700 tonnes produced in the Sierra Maestra Mountain area between the 1st January and 31st March 2018. From a flavour point of view, our Cuban Serrano gives an intense rich flavor of Swiss Chocolate, Peanuts, Caramel and Tobbaco with a very sweet aroma. More Details

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Dominican Republic

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Winey with Chocolate Undertones

This delicious new coffee can be brewed either as an Espresso, or as a Filter/ Cafetiere coffee. If you are brewing using a Filter or Cafetiere you’ll be hit by an aroma that evokes spices with hints of chocolate, whilst if you’re brewing the coffee as an espresso the chocolate notes come to the fore as the coffee has a distinctly chocolate aroma with undertones of spice. The taste is a wonderful combination of superb green apple acidity upfront, and a strong body of chocolate praline and nutmeg, finishing with a wonderful hazelnut and cocoa aftertaste. More Details

from £14.62per 500g Pack(s)
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Dominican Republic Barahona AA

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Fruity / Sweet

This is a delicious coffee with clean, crisp flavour notes of Caramel, Almonds, Sweet Vanilla and Cane Sugar, and is the best coffee we've had from the Dominican Republic in a long time! Medium-dark roasted, this coffee can be brewed both as an Espresso or as a Filter/Cafetiere. Barahona is a province located in the south west of the island, around three hours drive from the capital of the Dominican Republic Santo Domingo. Barahona is widely considered to be the finest producing region. The coffee is grown at high altitudes and is renowned for its rich flavour, heavier body and good acidity. More Details

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Ecuador Vilcabamba - NEW

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Smooth & Rich

In the south of Ecuador, on an idyllic plateau surrounded by the mighty Andes Mountains, lies the small village of Vilcabamba. From Quechua, the language of the Inca, the name Vilcabamba translates as “Holy Valley”. This area of Ecuador is quite unique. There are few places in the western world where such a high proportion of the population grow as old as this, and enjoy the best of health at the same time! The cultivation of coffee has enjoyed a long tradition for the people of Vilcabamba. On the mountain slopes of this beautiful place, the small farmers of Vilcabamba grow the very best Arabica coffees. During the harvest, between June and October, the families pick the ripe, red cherries and clean the beans in the water of the nearby mountain rivers. Then the coffee is slowly sun dried and hand sorted. Only small quantities of this coffee are produced each year, as it is cultivated primarily through manual labour and through family businesses producing this wonderful coffee. This coffee is Medium-Dark Roasted and can be brewed through an Espresso Machine or through a Filter/Cafetiere. The cup profile is Tangerine, Cocoa Nib, Black Cherry & Buttery Cocoa. More Details

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Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Gedeb Grade 1 - NEW

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Fruity / Sweet

This coffee comes from the Gedeb district, around 25kms South of Yirgacheffe. The Gedeb district is home to thousands of coffee farming families, and the region is quickly developing a strong reputation for outstanding coffees. Yirgacheffe coffees are renowned for their fragrant and floral taste profile, with wine and fruit overtones. The profile of this coffee is a delicious Floral Jasmine, Sweet Blueberry and Vanilla. Medium-Dark roasted, this coffee can be brewed as a Filter, Cafetiere, through a Bean-to-Cup Machine or as a mild Espresso. More Details

from £18.84per 500g Pack(s)
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Ethiopian Birbirsa - NEW

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Winey with Chocolate Undertones

This coffee is grown in the Oromia region of Ethiopia, around 45kms from Jimma - a renowned coffee region with decades of experience in Arabica coffee production. Dark Roasted, this coffee can be brewed as a Filter, Cafetiere, through a Bean-to-Cup Machine or as an Espresso. The taste profile is Lime Acidity, Floral with a Dark Chocolate aftertaste. More Details

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Guatemala Finca Nueva Granada

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Fruity / Sweet

Finca Nueva Granada, named after the last Arab Fortress in Europe, is a coffee farm situated in San Marcos, Guatemala and is fully Rainforest Alliance certified. Coffee plants grow up to an altitude of c. 1500m nestled between two volcanos, Tajumulco and Tacana in volcanic ash soil. This coffee is Medium-Dark Roasted and can be brewed through an Espresso Machine or through a Filter/Cafetiere. The cup profile is of Dark Chocolate, Lemon, Cinnamon and Roasted Nuts/Raisins. More Details

from £24.04per 500g Pack(s)
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Honduras Capucas - NEW

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Fruity / Sweet

This coffee is from the village of Las Capucas in Western Honduras, not far from the border with Guatemala. The coffee is created using cherries from multiple small holders who deliver to Capucas, all of which are located on the fringes of the Celaque National Park on the Copan region of Honduras. A natural or dry processed coffee, the bean takes on some of the sweetness and fruitiness of the fruit of the cherry. This coffee is Medium-Dark roasted so can be brewed as a Filter/Cafetiere, brewed through a Bean-to-Cup Machine or as a milder Espresso. Its flavour can be characterised as Sweet Chocolate, Caramel, and Nutty with a Medium Body. More Details

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Panama Palmyra Estate - NEW

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Fruity / Sweet

Grown between 1600 and 1800m above sea level in western Panama on rich volcanic soil, this coffee is fully washed allowing the flavours of just the bean itself to come through. The coffee is sustainably farmed and is Rainforest Alliance certified. Medium-Dark roasted this coffee can be brewed as a Filter or Cafetiere coffee, or brewed through a Bean-to-Cup machine. It can also be brewed as a milder Espresso. With a smooth, fruity acidity the Cup Profile is Cherry, Vanilla, Toffee and Walnuts. More Details

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Tanzanian AA Ngila Estate

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Dry & Fruity

The Ngila Coffee Estate is around 100 hectares, containing some 150,000 coffee trees which produce around 120 tons of prime Arabica highland coffee every year. The coffee varieties are Bourbon and Typica. The farmlands are located at 1500 -1600 metres above sea level and 4° south of the Equator. It’s positioned on the edge of the cloud forest of the northern highlands, near to the Conservation Area on the slopes of Ngorongoro crater in northern Tanzania in East Africa. Ngila Coffee Estate was founded at the beginning of the twentieth century by a German settler. It was an ambitious undertaking but was a success. The coffee farmers laid the foundation for the unique coffee that grows in this mineral-rich volcanic soil. This coffee is Medium-Dark Roasted and can be brewed through an Espresso Machine or through a Filter/Cafetiere. The cup profile is Blackberries, Caramel, Peanuts and Black Tea. More Details

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Tanzanian Finagro Plantations Honey - NEW

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Fruity / Sweet

This coffee is one of two coffees we have from the Finagro Plantations in northern Tanzania. Located in the Oldeani area on the slopes of the Ngorongoro Crater, the area is a haven for wildlife including elephants, rhinos, lions and small antelope. Amongst the highest grown coffee in Tanzania, this coffee is honey processed giving it a sweeter taste, but with more rounded acidity. Medium-Dark roasted, this coffee can be brewed as a Filter/Cafetiere, or through a Bean-to-Cup Machine, and as a mild Espresso. The Flavour Notes are Red Berries, Honey, & Orange; Syrupy with mild acidity. More Details

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Tanzanian Ngorongoro Crater - NEW

Strength/Roast:
Flavour:
Rich & Fruity / Sweet

This coffee is one of two coffees we have from the Finagro Plantations in northern Tanzania, located on the slopes of the Ngorongoro Crater. This area is a haven for wildlife including elephants, rhinos, lions and small antelope. Amongst the highest grown coffee in Tanzania, this coffee is 'Dry Processed' helping provide a fruitier, heavier taste. Medium-Dark roasted, this coffee can be brewed as a Filter/Cafetiere, or through a Bean-to-Cup Machine, and as a mild Espresso. The Flavour Notes are Dark Chocolate, Orange and Hazelnuts. More Details

from £16.24per 500g Pack(s)
(price per pack before quantity discounts £24.99) Add to Basket

Can't find the coffee you're looking for? Then call or email our office as we are able to supply additional speciality coffees that are not listed on our website.