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CLASSIC SPECIALTY COFFEE ADVENT CALENDAR

25 Freshly Ground Specialty Coffees From Around The World

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Thinking of what to gift a coffee lover or treat yourself to this Christmas season?
Travel a world of exotic specialty coffees and treat yourself or a loved one to a fresh coffee experience from a different origin every day in December with the Coffeebrewer Advent Calendar.
The Coffeebrewer Advent Calendar is the perfect gift for coffee lovers, taking you on a journey around 25 different specialty coffee origins, hand-roasted and slow-crafted at our own artisan roastery in Denmark.
The Coffee Advent Calendar contains 25 unique filter coffees, packaged in our innovative Coffeebrewers.
  • WHAT DISTINGUISHES THE ORIGINAL COFFEEBREWER ADVENT CALENDAR FROM THE CLASSIC ONE?

    Both the Original and Classic Coffeebrewer Advent Calendars offer 25 unique coffee origins, each presented in innovative coffeebrewer packaging. The key distinction lies in their designs: the Original features a festive design sleeve, while the Classic features a sleek, more minimalistic design with gold-foil details. This variety caters to different Christmas design preferences, ensuring you find one that aligns with your personal style.

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Coffee profiles

ORIGIN

Copán, Cocafcal

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

taste notes

Milk chocolate, elderflower, peach, honey

strength

Medium

Capucas was founded in 1999 by Jose Omar Rodriguez and takes its name from the local town of Las Capucas. This Honduran coffee is crisp and well-rounded, with a hint of acidity and lingering sweetness, loved by coffee drinkers of all levels of coffee expertise. Situated in Honduras, the cooperative prioritizes improving the lives of their workers and the local community, offering free healthcare, university education, and more.

Acidity: Medium
Altitude: 1450-1600 m.a.s.l
Variety: Catuai, Caturra, Icatu, Obata, Parainema
Process: Washed, Honey, Anaerobic Honey
Certifications: Fairtrade, Organic

ORIGIN

Sidamo, Kilenso Mokonisa

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

taste notes

Black tea, bergamot, citrus

strength

Medium

A classic brew with floral notes of black tea, bergamot, and a citric punch. Grown exclusively in Ethiopia's Sidamo Province, the Moredocofe farms in Dawa basin produce this unique Arabica variety. Its flavors dance between spice, wine, chocolate, and distinctive lemon-citrus tones. Prioritizing organic cultivation, Moredocofe champions both washed and unwashed beans.

Acidity: High
Altitude: 1500 - 1600 m.a.s.l
Variety: Heirloom
Process: Washed
Certification: Fairtrade, Organic

ORIGIN

Fedecocagua

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

taste notes

Cherry, chocolate, sweet

strength

Medium

From the vibrant hills of Huehuetenango, Guatemala, where the echoes of Mayan ancestry resound, this coffee thrives in diverse microclimates. Cultivated by the vast community of Fedecocagua's 20,000 members, it offers a distinctive regional character. Handpicked and meticulously cupped by experts, it's a testament to tradition, unity, and unparalleled quality.

Acidity: Medium
Altitude: 1000+ m.a.s.l
Variety: Caturra, Pacas, Pache, Various
Process: Washed
Certifications: Fairtrade, Organic

ORIGIN

ANEI, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta & Serrania del Perija

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

taste notes

Apricot, apple, gooseberry, chocolate

strength

Medium

Founded by Aurora Izquierdo in Colombia's Sierra Nevada, ANEI's Organic Coffee is the heart of native agroecological mastery. This brew embodies respect for Mother Earth, upholds community rights, and offers a sip of harmony and high-quality. Cultivated with passion, it's a testament to cultural preservation and eco-sustainability.

Acidity: High
Altitude: 1200-2200 m.a.s.l
Variety: Typica, Caturra, Bourbon, Castillo, Colombia, F6, Tabi, San Bernardo
Process: Washed
Certifications: Fairtrade, Organic

Origin

Ascarive, Minas Gerais, Carmo de Minas

Coffee Roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

Taste Notes

Milk chocolate, nutty, orange

Strength

Strong

This coffee is The Brew Company staple - with varieties developed specifically for Brazilian terrain. We have been working with the Ascarive cooperative for many years. And it’s for a reason, as this Brazilian coffee each year surprises us with its strong and full-bodied cup, remaining one of our customer's most favourite origins.

Acidity: Low
Altitude: 900-1500 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Bourbon, Mundo Novo, Acaia, IAC, Catuai
Process: Natural
Certification: Fairtrade

ORIGIN

Bena, Eastern Highlands Korofeigu Cooperative

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

taste notes

Chocolate and lemon

strength

Medium

Born from the post-war efforts of 1945 in Korofeigu, young villagers were trained in the art of coffee cultivation. Initially met with skepticism due to its lengthy harvest period, coffee eventually flourished, transforming Papua New Guinea's highlands. Today, it stands as the nation's pivotal agricultural crop, sustaining a third of its population.

Acidity: Medium
Altitude: 1400 - 1900 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Arusha
Process: Washed
Certification: Organic

ORIGIN

Chiapas, Altura

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

taste notes

Caramel, chocolate, citrus

strength

Medium

Hailing from Veracruz's volcanic soils, Don Pepe crafts a fully-washed coffee, blending Typica and Pluma varieties. Echoing Guatemala's Huehuetenango, this Huatusco treasure is a testament to Mexico's emerging coffee excellence, ensuring traceability and local empowerment since 1994.

Acidity: High
Altitude: 1200-1300 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Typica, Pluma
Process: Washed
Certification: Organic

ORIGIN

Ihombe, Mbeya; Lunji Estates

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

taste notes

Dark chocolate, berry, pineapple

strength

Medium

Born from a cupping among friends in Ihombe village, the Mwankumbi cooperative has flourished since 2016, growing from 44 to 161 dedicated smallholder farmers. Members skillfully home-process their fully washed beans, which are then quality-assessed at collection stations. From humble beginnings of 15t parchment coffee, they celebrated a yield of 94t in 2021, orchestrating every step from mill processing to sale with communal spirit and care.

Acidity: High
Altitude: 1550-1700 m.a.s.l
Varieties: SL28, N39, Kent, Blue Mountain Typica
Process: Fully Washed

Origin

Papua New Guinea Korofeigu and Java, Indonesia Kayumas

Coffee Roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

Taste Notes

Chocolate, lemon, lime, peach

Strength

Medium-strong

A captivating combination of coffees from Papua New Guinea and the historic Kayumas Estate in Indonesia's Java region. This blend takes you on a journey through the lush landscapes of the Pacific, showcasing the unique flavours and aromas of two distinct coffee origins.

Acidity: low

Altitude: 725-1900 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Arusha
Process: Washed
Certification: Organic

Origin

Zambia Kachipapa, Uganda Maliba and Uganda NKG Bloom

Coffee Roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

Taste Notes

Caramel, dark chocolate, orange, cherry, blackcurrant, blackberry, raspberry, hazelnut

Strength

Strong

A captivating fusion of flavours from Zambia and Uganda, crafted to celebrate the diversity and impact of African coffee culture.


Altitude: 750-1600 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: SL28, Catimor, Costa Rica
Process: Natural and Hand-Picked Sun-Dried

ORIGIN

Coope Tarrazu R.L.

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

taste notes

Caramelised, Cherry, Chocolate, Grape, Orange

strength

Medium

Coope Tarrazu, formed in 1960, champions over 5,000 growers from the Tarrazu region, many of whom cultivate on smaller plots. With an emphasis on sustainable practices and innovation, they've unveiled "La Pastora" coffee: a high-acidity, medium-bodied brew boasting impeccable aroma, epitomizing the Tarrazu signature. Efficient processing minimizes water use, underscoring their commitment to the environment and transparency.

Acidity: Medium
Altitude: 1250 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Caturra, Catuai
Process: Washed

ORIGIN

Kayumas, Koperasi Surya Abada Kayumas

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

taste notes

Dark chocolate, berry, pineapple

strength

Medium-strong

Our Indonesian coffee, produced by Koperasi Surya Abada Kayumas, is rich and full-bodied, offering a unique and complex flavour with earthy and spicy notes of dark chocolate, clove, and a fruity lime finish. The well-organized co-op benefits over 180 members with an average of 2 hectares of land each, pooling their resources to provide training in pest management and improving coffee quality and productivity.

Acidity: Low
Altitude: 1000 - 1600 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: sln795, USDA 762
Process: Wet - Hulled
Certification: Fairtrade

Origin

Viphya North Mzuzu Coffee Planters Cooperative Union

Coffee Roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

Taste Notes

Peach and pear

Strength

Medium

Emerging from Mzuzu City's smallholder projects of the 1980s, the Mzuzu Coffee Planters Cooperative Union, rebranded in 2007, sources its unique Geisha AA/AB coffee from Viphya North—a region characterized by altitudes of 1200m-1800m. Nestled 80km from Mzuzu City, Viphya's fertile highlands, framed by the Lizunkhumi River, produce coffee reflecting the rich terroir of Northern Malawi.

Acidity: Medium

Altitude: 1200-1500 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Geisha
Process: Fully Washed, Sun-Dried

ORIGIN

Cepro Yanesha Coffee Cooperative

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

taste notes

Chocolate

strength

Medium-strong

The CEPRO Yanesha Coffee Cooperative (CAC CEPRO Yanesha) was founded on 30th January 2016, after having worked as a second degree association for more than 5 years. Its 150 members come from 7 native Yanesha-villages from the Oxapampa province in the Central Jungle of Peru. The cooperative has 141 coffee partners, being 98 male members and 43 women partners.

Acidity: High
Altitude: 1450-1850 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Caturra, Catuai, Typica, Bourbon, Geisha, Catimor
Process: Washed
Certifications: Fairtrade, Organic

Origin

Brazil Minas Gerais and Uganda NKG Bloom

Coffee Roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

Taste Notes

Chocolate, caramel, nutty, cherry

Strength

Strong

A dynamic coffee fusion that harnesses the robustness of Brazilian and Ugandan beans to invigorate your senses and elevate your day, fueling your productivity and focus.


Altitude: 750-1200 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Catuai, Mundo Novo, Bourbon
Process: Natural and Hand-Picked Sun-Dried

ORIGIN

Baba Budangiri

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

taste notes

Caramel, chocolate, lemon

strength

Medium

In the historic Baba Budangiri hills of Karnataka, legend tells of Baba Budan, who 400 years ago smuggled seven mocha coffee beans from Yemen and planted them, marking the genesis of India's coffee industry. Today, Hoysala Farm, established in 1889 and managed by the 4th generation, honors this legacy. With eco-friendly practices, they cultivate a rich blend of Arabica and Robusta under a biodiverse canopy, producing distinct Natural, Fully Washed, and Honey coffees.

Acidity: High
Altitude: 1000 - 1500 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: S795, SL9, Cauvery
Process: Washed

Origin

Brazil Minas Gerais and Uganda NKG Bloom

Coffee Roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

Taste Notes

Chocolate, caramel, nutty, cherry

Strength

Strong

A fusion of Brazilian elegance and Ugandan strength, crafted to awaken your senses and deliver a harmonious espresso experience that captures the essence of both regions.


Altitude: 750-1200 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Catuai, Mundo Novo, Bourbon
Process: Natural and Hand-Picked Sun-Dried

ORIGIN

Ngoma District, Eastern Province Sake Farm

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

taste notes

Berry, milk chocolate

strength

Medium

Sake farm sources his coffee from sake coffee plantations with 2200 coffee farmers in Ngoma District and in total 73400 coffee trees. The Cherries reach the sake coffee washing station by bicycles, by cars or on head. They work with associations named Twuzuzanye and Berwa Mubyeyi and women groups in the coffee sector since 1999.

Acidity: Medium
Altitude: 1450-2000 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Bourbon, Arabica
Process: Washed

ORIGIN

Finca La Reforma, Santa Ana

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

taste notes

Raisin, Dried Plum and Cardamom

strength

Medium

An elegant coffee infused with notes of Raisin, Dried Plum, and Cardamom. Born from Finca La Reforma, founded in 1892 on Santa Ana Volcano's slopes, this red bourbon variety thrives under native shade trees. Four generations of the Alvarez family ensure sustainable practices, culminating in premium cherries processed at the family-managed El Borbollon mill.

Acidity: High
Altitude: 1350-1450 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Red Bourbon
Process: Natural

ORIGIN

Café Feminino SHB EP

COFFEE ROAST

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

taste notes

Plum, red apple, muscovado sugar, orange

strength

Medium

Our Bolivia Union ProAgro tells a powerful story of empowerment and social progress, as women in the region took ownership of their coffee production through the Café Femenino Program. This exceptional coffee offers a refined and well-balanced flavour profile, with pleasant sweetness and delicate notes of apple, sugar and citrus.

Acidity: High
Altitude: 1100 - 1750 m.a.s.l
Varieties: Caturra, La Criolla
Process: Washed
Certifications: Cafe Femenino, Fairtrade, Organic

Origin

Chirinda ForestJersey Estate

Coffee Roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

Taste Notes

Berries, nuts

Strength

Medium

From the esteemed "Jersey Estate" in Zimbabwe, nestled beside Mount Selinda, this coffee tells a story that began in 1955. Prioritizing sustainability, the estate boasts a vast solar energy system, innovative water projects, and deep ties with the local community. Rich in sandy Clay-Loam soil and kissed by seasonal mists, each bean captures the dedication and spirit of Jersey Estate's harmonious ecosystem.


Altitude: 3000-3300 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Cofea Arabica
Process: Washed

ORIGIN

Mont Rwenzori, Maliba

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

taste notes

Blackcurrant, blackberry, raspberry, hazelnut

strength

Medium

The Maliba terroir is located in Uganda, at an altitude of between 1300 and 1600 meters, and covers an area of 130 km2. Agriculture is the main resource for the inhabitants, who grow coffee as well as vanilla, cocoa, plantains (matooke) and beans. It lies between the steep slopes of the Rwenzori mountains, at the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the Kimbale National Park, the country's largest chimpanzee sanctuary.

Acidity: High
Altitude: 1300-1600 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: SL 28, SL 14
Process: Natural

Origin

Peru Cepro Yanesha and
El Salvador Finca La Reforma

Coffee Roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

Taste Notes

Chocolate, lime, almond, raisin, dried plum, cardamom

Strength

Medium-strong

A harmonious composition that unites the rich flavours of Peru and the elegant nuances of El Salvador. This blend encapsulates the vibrant spirit of Latin America, inviting you to savour a symphony of aromas and tastes from two distinct coffee origins.


Altitude: 1350-1850 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Caturra, Catuai, Typica, Bourbon, Geisha, Catimor
(Limani, CR 95, Colombia, Castillo)
Process: Washed and Natural
Certification: Fairtrade, Organic

Origin

Brazil Como de Minas and Brazil Minas Gerais

Coffee Roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

Taste Notes

Milk chocolate, nutty, orange, chocolate, caramel

Strength

Strong

A harmonious union of two exceptional Brazilian coffees that captures the essence of Minas Gerais' diverse terroir. This blend artfully combines the distinct flavours and aromas from two unique estates, creating a cup that's a true homage to the region's coffee heritage.

Acidity: low

Altitude: 900-1500 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Bourbon, Mundo Novo, Acaia, IAC, Catuai
Process: Natural
Certification: Fairtrade

Origin

Mont Kenya, Masaii

Coffee Roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

Taste Notes

Citrus, rhubarb, honey, chocolate, caramel

Strength

Medium

Sourced from the high plateaus of Kiambu near Mount Kenya, this coffee reaches elevations up to 1,900 metres. Grown primarily by smallholders and processed by cooperatives, its "double washing" preparation, a unique Kenyan method, accentuates its brilliant acidity. Combining traditional techniques with local terroir-adapted varieties, Kenya stands as a global specialty coffee icon, though facing environmental challenges in water management.

Acidity: High
Altitude: 1900 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: SL28, SL34, Batian, Ruiru 11
Process: Kenyan Washed

EXPLORE 25 DAYS OF GOURMET SPECIALTY COFFEE

The Coffeebrewer Advent Calendar contains 25 freshly ground specialty coffees, hand-roasted and slow-crafted in our artisan Danish roastery. Each day leading up to Christmas, embark on a taste experiences, learning more about the craft and provenance of each coffee origin in our assortment.

Quiz & Learn


As the days inch closer to Christmas, dive into a sensory journey,
deepening your appreciation for the craft and heritage of each unique coffee

origin. Engage daily with our calendar: discover more about each coffee's

roots, answer the question of the day, and be whisked into a raffle
for a chance to win delightful prizes.

the coffeebrewer INNOVATION

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Pour hot water inside and brew 4-8 minutes
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Enjoy fresh specialty coffee, anytime, anywhere
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Scoop out the used coffee
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Rinse with water, let the Coffeebrewer dry out
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Refill with fresh pre-ground coffee

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FAQ

Do you have questions? We’ll be happy to answer them!  
WHAT DISTINGUISHES THE ORIGINAL COFFEEBREWER ADVENT CALENDAR FROM THE CLASSIC ONE?
Both the Original and Classic Coffeebrewer Advent Calendars offer 25 unique coffee origins, each presented in innovative coffeebrewer packaging. The key distinction lies in their designs: the Original features a festive design sleeve, while the Classic features a sleek, more minimalistic design with gold-foil details. This variety caters to different Christmas design preferences, ensuring you find one that aligns with your personal style.
What does the Coffeebrewer Advent Calendar contain?
It contains 25 different specialty coffees, packaged in our innovative Coffeebrewer pouches, enabling you to brew and enjoy your coffee exactly as you like it, anytime, anywhere. Each of the 25 coffeebrewers contains 20-22 g of premium pre-ground specialty coffee.
What does the Coffee Bean Advent Calendar contain?
It contains 25 different specialty coffees, packaged in our innovative and sustainable coffee bean day packs. Each of the 25 coffee bean sacks contains 66g. of premium whole bean specialty coffee.
ARE ALL THE MATERIALS USED IN COFFEEBREWERS AND COFFEE BEAN BAGS FOOD SAFE?
Yes, all of the materials used in our Coffeebrewers and coffee bean packs are compliant to all the EU legistlation in regards to materials and articles intended to come into contact with food. They have been tested in accordance of Commission Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 of 14 January 2011 on plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food Text with EEA relevance.
How long does it take to receive my order?
The processing time of your order can take between 1-2 weeks, depending on the order backlog and your shipping destination.
How much coffee is in the Coffee Advent Calendars?
The Coffeebrewer Advent Calendar contains 25 different slow-crafted specialty coffees, packaged in the innovative Coffeebrewers which each contain 2 cups of coffee. So, 50 cups of coffee in total.
The Coffee Bean Advent Calendar contains 25 different slow-crafted specialty coffees in whole bean format, packaged in 66g. kraft paper pouches. One 66g. coffee bean pouch is equivalent to between 6-12 cups of specialty coffee, depending on your bean to cup equipment of choice.
WHAT ARE THE COFFEE ORIGINS INSIDE THE COFFEE ADVENT CALENDARS?
Some of our current and former favorites, as well as some exciting new origins. You will have the opportunity to learn more about the story and provenance of each individual coffee origin in the Menu Cards added to the Advent Calendars and scan the QR codes to discover in-depth information on the traceability of our coffees.
ARE THE COFFEES IN THE ADVENT CALENDARS THE SAME AS LAST YEAR?
No. The Coffee Advent Calendars (both the Coffeebrewer and Coffee Bean calendars) contain some of the same flavours that you have come to love, but our team has also selected some new and exciting origins that have never been featured before. And the most exciting part is that this year’s Advent Calendars coffees are the first coffees to be hand-roasted and crafted in our brand-new artisan roastery by our new master roaster!
HOW LONG IS THE SHELF-LIFE OF THE COFFEES FROM THE COFFEE ADVENT CALENDARS? 
All Coffee Advent Calendars are produced during September, October and November, so they will be fresh for you to enjoy in December! We offer 24 months shelf-life for the Coffeebrewer Advent Calendar, but in the case of our Coffee Bean Advent Calendar, our premium specialty coffee beans are best enjoyed when fresh, so we normally recommend to brew and enjoy them within 6 months maximum.
DO THE COFFEE ADVENT CALENDARS CONTAIN GLUTEN OR NUTS OR RAISE ANY OTHER ALLERGY ISSUES?
No. The Advent Calendar coffees content is gluten-free, nuts free and does not give reason to worry about any allergy issues. Both the Coffeebrewer as well as the Coffee Bean Advent Calendars exclusively contain 100% specialty coffee.
HOW BIG IS THE COFFEE ADVENT CALENDAR?
The Coffeebrewer Advent Calendar size is (19,8 cm x 31,8 cm x 18,2 cm) and it weighs 1,2 kg.
The Coffee Bean Advent Calendar size is (19,8 cm x 31,8 cm x 18,2 cm) and it weighs 2,13 kg.
DO I NEED ANY COFFEE EQUIPMENT TO BREW THE COFFEE IN THE ADVENT CALENDARS?
If you have opted for the Coffeebrewer Advent Calendar:
Thanks to our coffeebrewer innovation, we have made it extremely easy for you to brew and enjoy the Advent Calendar coffees directly within the Coffeebrewers, by simply pouring hot water inside the bags. The only equipment you will need is a hot water kettle and a coffee cup.
You can find out more about the concept page of a Coffeebrewer here.

If you have opted for the Specialty Coffee Bean Advent Calendar:
The Specialty Coffee Bean Advent Calendar contains 25 x 66g. coffee bean pouches, each equivalent to between 6-12 cups of coffee per bean pack. You will need an automatic coffee bean grinder or a hand grinder, and you can enjoy freshly ground coffee either in a French Press, cafetiere or as pour-over coffee, using a standard pour-over kit.
What does the Teabrewer Advent Calendar contain?
The Tea Advent Calendar contains 25 natural and organic loose leaf tea blends, packaged in our innovative and sustainable Teabrewers.
Are the Teabrewers in the Tea Advent Calendar sustainable?
Yes, all the teabrewers in the Tea Advent Calendar are sustainable. The Teabrewer pouches are made of organic kraft paper, and can be reused by simply emptying the used tea leaves, rinsing the Teabrewer and refilling with fresh loose leaf tea of choice.
Where do you ship to?
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Greenland, Guernsey, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jersey, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States.
Disclaimer: We do not cover customs costs.
What are the free shipping countries?
Denmark, Sweden, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Poland, Germany, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania: free shipping is applicable for orders over 55 EUR

UK: free shipping is applicable for orders over 60 EUR
What kinds of tea are in the Tea Advent Calendar
In the Tea Advent Calendar, there is a mix of various kinds of tea. You will find fruit, herbal, green, black, and rooibos tea. IN addition, all of the teas are organic.
Who do i contact if i can't find my answer here?
Feel free to write an email to info@brew-company.com or fill out the contact form https://brew-company.com/pages/contact-us
Are there international customs costs when I place an order?
Depending on your location, international orders may be subject to customs duty fees which have to be paid before the shipment is released to you. If you're unsure on whether you'll be subject to customs fees, we'd recommend contacting your local customs office for more information before placing your order. We are not responsible for these fees. You will NOT be eligible for an order refund should you decide NOT to pay these fees once your shipment is processed by the Customs department of your country.
Is there a decaf version of the Coffee Advent Calendar?
No, this year we did not create a Decaf version of the Coffee Advent Calendar. All the coffees in the Coffee Advent Calendars are caffeinated.
What is the assortment of the Coffee Advent Calendars?
The Coffee Advent Calendar assortment is comprised of the following coffee origins:    
Honduras, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Colombia, Brazil, Papua New Guinea, Mexico, Tanzania, Java House Blend, Africa House Blend, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Malawi, 
Power Coffee House Blend, India, Espresso House Blend, Rwanda, El Salvador, Bolivia, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Latin Americas House Blend, Brazil House Blend, Kenya.