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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
  db    Kosárba Kosárba
Bombe * Etiópia * frissen pörkölt kávé

Barack x Bergamot x Jázmin x Fekete tea ízjegyek


Magasság: 2000 - 2400 m

Feldolgázás: Mosott, száraz fermentáció

Származás: Etiópia - Bensa district, Sidamo

Farm: Nura Korate Primary Cooperative

Európai beérkezés: 2020 szeptember

Fajta: etióp fajták / Heirloom

Termelő: Daye Bensa


100% arabica kávé

This coffee is named after the Bombe Mountains which is where most of the out-growers who grow and deliver this
coffee. The process for this coffee was developed after Kenyan who is the son of Asefa Dukamo owner-manager of
Daye Bensa visited Guatemala with roaster partner David Bueller of Greenway Coffee and was impressed with the
processing protocols at La Esperanza Antigua by Josue Morales from Los Volcanes Coffee. Josue called Daye
Bensa’s Quality manager and explained his washing and dry fermentation technique and this coffee is the result of
that collaboration. Processed by a variation on the traditional washed process (fruit removed from the beans before
drying) that adds no water to the tank during fermentation, hence a “dry” fermentation. The dry fermentation involves
letting the coffees rest in climate-controlled fermentation tanks post-de-mucilage (this is where the seed is
removed from the skin and pulp of the fruit). The coffee rests warm and dry while fermentation kickstarts faster than
normal in the warm air environment, activating esters during fermentation, resulting in a hearty, complex, and
apparent red fruit flavor while still being washed of its pulp. This process uses a LOT less water and has helped the
environmental sustainability in its production. Starting the 2017/2018 harvest, producers from the Shantawene, Bombe,
and Keramo communities delivered their very best cherries to the Bombe site, where they were separated into
specific fermentation tanks and drying locations. The layout and good management of the Bombe washing station
allow for special processing techniques, such as shaded fermentation tanks and washing channels as well as
mesh shaded drying tables, to be used with the coffees. The wet mill is well-organized and run by a team including
member Atkilt Dejene, a female agronomist who has also worked with the award-winning Gesha Village project,
among others such as processing specialist, Eyasu Bekele, whom we worked with for the Reko Koba project
several years running. The volume capacity at Bombe washing station is at max 2.5 million kgs of cherries, but for
the past couple of years, this site has maintained a strict dedication to producing outstanding quality above quantity.

3 290 Ft
3 290 Ft
  db    Kosárba Kosárba
Coop Roastery * Karácsonyi Blend

Ízjegyek: Ananász x Szilva x Csokoládé

Honduras & Guatelmala & Brazília 100% arabica kávékeverék

3 290 Ft
3 290 Ft
  db    Kosárba Kosárba
Coop Roastery * Mikulás Blend

Ízjegyek: Eper x Csokoládé

Etióp & Brazil 100% arabica kávékeverék

3 290 Ft
3 290 Ft
  db    Kosárba Kosárba
Kiungu * Kenya * frissen prkölt kávé

Jázmin x Méz x Étcsokoládé x Zöld tea ízjegyek


Magasság: 1700 - 1800 m

Feldolgázás: Mosott

Termőterület: Nginda, Manyatta Division, Embu county

Szállítás Európába: 2020 szeptember

Fajta: SL28 & 34

Farm: Kiungu


100% arabica kávé

The vast majority of the coffee bought and sold in Kenya is traded through the national auction system, where
marketing agents enter cooperatives and estates’ coffee and traders come to bid. The main buyers from this auction
system are large multinationals, who then offer the lots to importers and roasters. Unfortunately, this has been the
only way to purchase Kenyan coffee for a long time and we’ve become frustrated with the lack of transparency, poor
service, and price volatility. In the last couple of years, we have started buying directly from the auction using a local
Kenyan company, who bid on the coffee on our behalf, after we have cupped through auction samples filtered by a
local cupper. This was not only a conscious decision to support local, Kenyan businesses, but also to make the
supply chain more efficient and save money, in order to pass on those savings to roasters. We hope that these
savings help increase the presence of Kenyan coffees on roasters’ menus. This is intended to be the first part of a
plan to work on the transparency limitations in Kenya and ultimately the goal is to avoid using the auction system at
all, by working directly with farmers’ associations, cooperatives, and small estates, and not through a marketing
agent. The Kiungu AB lot is produced by the Kashima factory that is under control of the Thambana Cooperative
society. It's a new coffee for us, but we will surely monitor this FCS and its factories in the next coming years. The
cooperative is located in Embu, a neighboring county to Kirinyaga on the slopes of Mount Kenya. Still, we have
seen way more great coffees from Embu lately than in the past. Thambana Coop is supported by Tropical farm
management, a company that supports smallholders to increase their coffee production as well as help the factories
on quality control and tracing skills of processing methods to implement better practices and guarantee consistency
throughout the harvest. The factory is also giving out the cherry flesh after pulping for the farmers to make
bio-compost to be used as fertilizer. The coffees are traditionally processed with dry fermentation before washed and
graded in channels and dried on raised beds. The farmers are mainly growing SL28 and SL34.

3 290 Ft
3 290 Ft
  db    Kosárba Kosárba
Mukudu * Uganda * frissen pörkölt kávé

Cseresznye x Vanília x Tamarind x Étcsokoládé ízjegyek

Magasság: 1800 - 2200 m

Feldolgázás: Mosott

Termőterület: Bukyabo, Uganda

Szállítás Európába: 2020 augusztus

Fajta: Nyasaland, SL14, SL28

Farm: The Coffee Gardens - Muduku

100% arabica kávé


The Coffee Gardens was established in 2017 with the goal of producing incredible specialty coffee in an ethical way,
offering a transparent and direct link between coffee farmers and coffee consumers. The following information on
our 2019/20 micro-lots has been produced to enable our customers and consumers to better understand the coffee
they are buying, the story behind it, and the incredible farmers who grow it. The Coffee Gardens Project has been
established with many purposes such as improve farmers' income and livelihoods, create and provide rural
employment, promote gender equality, increase transparency and traceability throughout the supply chain and
environmental protection in the area. In the 2019/20 season, The Coffee Gardens purchased coffee cherries at an
average price of 1,400 UGX (38 ÿà US) per KG of red cherry. Our price was a minimum of 10% above the market
price - and for the majority of the farmers who live in hard to reach areas - around 30% above the rate offered by
traders. The Coffee Gardens also incentivize and reward farmers through a number of different monetary and
non-monetary ways. This includes post-season bonuses, additional income-generating, and employment
opportunities, tree distribution, and a range of all-year-round training programs. The Coffee Gardens is transparent
with theirs partner farmers about buying policy and prices, providing each registered farmer with a contract and a
buying-record book, communicating any price changes via SMS to registered farmers, and providing receipts for
every transaction. The coffee in this micro-lot is produced by the farmers on the mountain above The Coffee
Gardens’ washing station. The farmers bring the coffee cherries down to our processing station, earning extra
income. The contributing farmers have received weekly training by The Coffee Gardens’ agronomists on improved
agriculture. To create this lot.

3 290 Ft
3 290 Ft
  db    Kosárba Kosárba
Nura Karote * Etiópia * frissen pörkölt kávé

Eper x Csokoládé x Vanília ízjegyek


Magasság: 1700 m

Feldolgázás: Száraz

Származás: Etiópia - Dara District - Nura Korate

Farm: Nura Korate Primary Cooperative

Fajta: etióp fajták


100% arabica kávé

Natural coffee of Organic and Fair Trade certificate of the Nura Korate. Primary Cooperative is located in the city Nora Korate, Dara district in the
area of Sidame.  The cooperative was created in 1975 and is made up of 1845 small farmers. The Café is located at an altitude of 1700 masl in an area of 1730 ha. The cooperative works with coffees with organic and fairtrade certificates.

3 290 Ft
3 290 Ft
  db    Kosárba Kosárba
Presente Do Sol  * Brazília * frissen pörkölt kávé

Szilva x Alma x Étcsokoládé


Magasság: 1300 - 1560 m

Feldolgázás: Száraz

Termőterület: Helidora, Matiqueira de Minas

Fajta: Acaia

Farm: Presente Do Sol


100% arabica kávé


This Beneficio has been part of Carmo Coffees since 2014 and is a purchasing and processing center located in the
city of Helidora at the site of Fazenda Floresta. This processing plant allows the local smaller producers to deliver
their cherry to the mill where Carmo can help apply their expertise in processing as well as use their New Flavours
program to create diverse and interesting cup profiles. This allows the farmer to receive greater prices for their coffees
to then invest back in their farms and families looking to the future. Carmo help support the quality aspect by
providing help through the use of agronomist engineers and technicians to help the farmers produce a higher quality
cherry. This his way also reduces the farmer's risk with the processing being centralized limiting outside factors that
could spoil the coffee and their yearly incomes. At the Beneficio there is a wet mill, 2 double pulping stations as well
as 9 mechanical driers. In 2015 they worked with 1000 partner farmers, but the plant has the potential to or with up
to 4000 producers in the future. Carmo also takes extended care of the environment making sure they are good
stewards of the land they use from Fazenda Floresta as well as promoting these practices to the farmers they work
with. Right now 40% of the land is designated for Permanent Environmental Preservation. This coffee comes from
the 90Ha Fazenda Pariso farm situated at high altitudes of 1300 -1500 masl in Brazil. The owner is the 81-year-old
Antonio Fortes who first bought the land to grow a mix of crops including coffee and is still at the helm today. After a
couple of years and realizing that coffee was a more cost-effective crop he started to plant more coffee seedlings.
Unfortunately, this coincided with one of the worst frosts which decimated the coffee but he fought back and began
all over again. From his learning, he discovered that also the coffee grew better when planted with banana trees and
the potential this has Antonio has been working with Carmo Coffees since 2008 and realized his qualities by entering
their competitions and this has inspired him to continue with the production of specialty coffee and use the varietals
Mundo Novo, Yellow Bourbon, Yellow Catuai, and Acaia. In the harvest, coffee was manually picked in the first week
of August 2019 before then being taken to the Presente Do Sol Mill where it is it floated and separated. From here
is then dried on the patio for 3-4 days before then being transferred to mechanical driers where it is dried slowly and
consistently for 3 days at 45 degrees (giving an internal drier temperature of 35 degrees). The coffee is then left to
rest in vats for 30 days before being milled for transport.

2 490 Ft
2 490 Ft
  db    Kosárba Kosárba

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