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Ajándékutalvány 1000 Ft értékben

Amennyiben nagyobb összegű ajándékra gondolt, helyezzen elképzelésének megfelelő darabszámú utalványt a kosarába és annak megfelelően állítjuk ki Önnek.

1 000 Ft
1 000 Ft
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Engenho Da Serra  * Brazília * frissen pörkölt kávé

Klementin x Szilva x Mogyorós tejcsokoládé ízjegyek


Magasság: 1100 - 1200 m

Feldolgázás: Száraz/Natural

Termőterület: Cerrada Mineiro of Minas Gerais

Szállítás Európába: 2020 április

Fajta: Red Catuai

Farm: Engenho Da Serra

100% arabica kávé


This coffee comes from Engenho Da Serra situated in the Cerrada Mineiro of Minas Gerais which is an area associated with high-quality coffee where the coffees must be specialty (80+ points) arabica grown above 800 m.a.s.l and within the region to be part of the Designation of Origin this region has achieved. The farm was first planted in the 1970s by José Humberto de Andrade who was one of the pioneers of coffee in this region.


The farm is now run mainly by Sanda ad her nephew Lucas Santos. They feel that their altitude gives the hot sunny days and long cool nights that give the coffee its unique profile balancing flavor and body. They are very focused on maintaining the farm ensuring they are renovating and regenerating areas each year.


This lot is a Red Catuai that is harvested between July - September and is mechanically picked.


Once the coffee is picked it is sorted and then transferred to the patios where it dries for 7 - 10 days. After this, the coffee is then left for 30 days to rest in the dry parchment before it can then be milled and sorted for export.

1 990 Ft
1 990 Ft
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Genji Chala * Etiópia * frissen pörkölt kávé

Rebarbara x Citromkrém x Barackbefőtt ízjegyek

Magasság: 2000 m

Feldolgázás: Nedves/Washed

Termőterület: Jimma, Oromia, Nyugat-Etiópia

Szállítás Európába: 2020 április

Fajta: Heirloom

Termelő: Genji Chala - Lot 5

100% arabica kávé


Genji Challa is a sister washing station to the famous Nano Challa which was established in 2019 just a few miles
away from the Nano Challa station which was etsablished in 2004. This station was born out of a need of more
space as the membership grew and volumes of cherry being delivered becoming too much for the capacity of the
Nano Challa station alone. There are now over 600 members split between the two sites situated in the Ethiopian
highlands in natural forestThis success and growth originates from the fortunes Nano Challa being were boosted in
2010, when they were chosen to be part of the Technoserve Coffee Initiative alongside other remote farming
communities in Jimma, which was funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Technoserve provided
technical assistance and training to producer groups, and helps coordinate agronomists and business advisors to
help improve coffee quality, assist in the management of debt, reinvestment and the fair distribution of funds to each
coop member. The impact of the initiative was huge, as it helped coops like Nano Challa transition from natural
processing to washed, via the building of washing stations. These allowed them to completely change the market
and quality they had access too and the premiums of Grade 1 Ethiopian Specialty Coffees. Farmer members
cultivate coffees at altitudes between 1850 and 2100 metres, and have around 3 hectares of land each, on average.
As is the case across Ethiopia, most of the coffees grown locally are organic by default, and consist mostly of old,
naturally indigenous heirloom varieties, punctuated by smaller areas of an improved native varietal called 1274.
Once producers deliver coffee to the washing station, cherries are floated before being depulped using a Penagos
Eco Pulper. The coffee is then soaked in clean water in concrete tanks for 8 hours before drying; firstly skin-dried
and sorted under shade, before being sun dried for approximately 10 days on raised African drying beds.

2 990 Ft
2 990 Ft
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Nemba  * Burundi * frissen pörkölt kávé

Kakaó x Fahéj x Fekete tea ízjegyek

Magasság: 1818 m

Feldolgázás: Mosott, dupla fermentáció, emeltágyas szárítás

Termőterület: Kayanza, Burundi

Szállítás Európába: 2019

Fajta: Red Bourbon

Feldolgozó állomás: Nemba

100% arabica kávé



The Nemba washing station was built in 1991 in the commune of Kayanza, province of Kayanza. It is located at an altitude of 1818 masl. People who lived in this region were reputed to be unproductive. They were called "kunembera", which is Kirundi for "lazy". Since the construction of the washing station and the increase in coffee activity in the area, this perception of local people has changed.

This washing station receives cherries from more than 2600 local farmers distributed in the 15 neighboring hills. During the season, Nemba processes more than 400 tons of coffee.

Today, Kayanza province is reputed to produce the best coffees in the country, and probably in the world. High elevations, volcanic soils rich in nutrients and minerals, as well as experienced and disciplined coffee growers, are some of the factors that currently place Kayanza at the forefront of coffee production in Burundi.


Coffee arrived in Burundi during the 1930s with the Belgian colonial government. The Belgian government, which oversaw and administered the twin territory of Rwanda-Urundi between 1922 and 1962, made coffee cultivation mandatory during this period. When the Belgian government withdrew, many coffee growers stopped caring for their trees because it was no longer mandatory. However, many also saw the economic advantages of continuing to grow coffee, and the industry became the center of Burundi's national economy.

The coffee industry in Burundi remained managed by the public sector until the beginning of the 21st century, when the local government privatized some elements of the coffee production chain, such as dry mills and washing stations. As a result of this relatively recent change in conjunction with the country's political instability, today, there are very few foreign companies involved in the coffee sector in Burundi.

Currently, the coffee industry in Burundi is driven by about 2 million small coffee farmers who produce more than 80% of the country's total coffee export. To put this number in perspective, consider that the total population of Burundi is only slightly less than 11 million people, so these small coffee farmers represent almost a fifth of the total population.

All coffee trees in Burundi are Arabica. Although it was tried to introduce Robusta with the establishment of a large plantation. "Fortunately," this plantation was destroyed during a civil war and riots at the end of the last century.​


Almost all coffee in Burundi is of Bourbon variety, which is strictly controlled by the government for quality reasons. Due to the increasingly small size of coffee farms, aged coffee trees are a very important problem in Burundi. Many coffee growers have coffee trees with more than 50 years, but with small land to cultivate, it is difficult to justify that they are completely out production during the 3-4 years that it will take new plantations to start producing.

Despite the ubiquity of coffee cultivation in Burundi, low productivity is a predominant tendency. The small producer on average has approximately 300 trees, usually in their backyards. Each tree produces 1.5 kilos of cherry, so the producer sells around 400-500 kilos of cherry per harvest, and this generates an annual salary of no more than USD 100 (See the video below for more information about it).​
2 990 Ft
2 990 Ft
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