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Ethically-sourced

Choose our coffee and commit to ethical sourcing and sustainable production. Most of our specialty beans are fairtrade and organic-certified, supporting fair labour practices, sustainable agriculture, and making a positive impact on the environment and coffee producers' livelihoods.

Traceable

Experience a unique story of provenance that connects you to the people and places behind it. Our meticulous documentation of every step, from berry to cup, ensures high-quality, traceable specialty coffee, supporting our commitment to transparency and ethical sourcing.

Slow crafted in Denmark

Great coffee is an experience, not just a drink. That's why we slow craft and hand roast our specialty beans in small batches in our Danish artisan roastery, drawing out each bean's natural character with expert techniques for a high-quality, full-bodied, and complex coffee experience.

A committment to quality

Quality is our top priority. We deliver premium specialty coffee beans that are fresh, ready to be ground, brewed, and enjoyed to your liking.

We handle our green beans with care and roast them in small batches to ensure peak flavour and aroma. Our immediate packaging process maintains their freshness. With a range of roast levels and options available, we cater to every taste and brewing method, from filter to French press, pour-over to espresso machines.

Explore our coffee collection and become your own barista, whether you're a seasoned coffee aficionado or just starting out your journey into the specialty coffee world.
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SPECIALTY COFFEE ORIGINS

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Brazil

Our Brazil Ascarive Catuai Natural is a delicious coffee that highlights the best of Brazilian coffee. With a sweet, nutty finish, it's perfect for a morning boost. As a staple at The Brew Company, our customers have loved this coffee for years and continue to be impressed by its strong, full-bodied cup.

Taste notes: Milk chocolate, nutty, orange
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: Low

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

Our Colombia Tolima offers a clean and refreshing taste with a subtle hint of chocolate in the aftertaste. The region's high altitude and volcanic soil contribute to the bright acidity and complex flavour profile. The farmers in Tolima adhere to strict guidelines for producing "Excelso beans", ensuring the quality of each bean.

Taste notes: Milk chocolate, grape, strawberry
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: High

Origin: Tolima, Selecto Exportadores S.A.
Altitude: 1100+ m.a.s.l
Variety: Pure Arabica 
Process: Washed
Certifications: Fairtrade, Organic
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Costa Rica

Our Costa Rican Tarrazu coffee is a smooth and medium-bodied coffee with a bright acidity and a balanced and sweet flavour profile, perfect for pairing with a wide range of dishes. The Tarrazu region is the biggest innovation-driven coffee region in Costa Rica, producing Strictly Hard Bean quality coffee. The coffee is processed through the honey method, retaining 70% of the mucilage on the bean before further processing, ensuring its distinctive sweetness.

Taste notes: Milk chocolate, elderflower, peach, honey 
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: High

Origin: Tarrazu, Coope Dota
Altitude: 1500-1800 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Caturra, Catuai, Obata
Process: Honey
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Honduras

Capucas Cooperative's Honduran coffee is a clean and crisp, well-rounded coffee, 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. The low pruning of coffee trees ensures maximum potential in harvesting.
Taste notes: Orange, peach, red berries, caramel

Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: Medium

Origin: Copán, Cocafcal
Altitude: 1450-1600 m.a.s.l
Variety: Catuai
Process: Washed
Certifications: Fairtrade, Organic, Rainforest Alliance
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Guatemala

Guatemalan coffee is known for its balanced flavour profile and bright acidity, with fruity and caramel notes typical of the Caturra variety. The FEDECOCAGUA cooperative, established in 1969, is the leading exporter of coffee from Guatemala and offers certified main grades and micro lot specialties. The region's unique terroir contributes to the coffee's chocolatey finish.

Taste notes: Dark chocolate, fruity, caramel
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: Medium

Origin: Huehuetenango, Fedecocagua
Altitude: 1400 m.a.s.l
Variety: Caturra
Process: Washed
Certifications: Fairtrade, Organic, Rainforest Alliance
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Rwanda

The Rwanda Bourbon Washed coffee from Mbizi Washing Station offers a complex and balanced flavour profile that showcases the unique terroir and processing methods of Rwanda. The Women Coffee Extension initiative empowers female farmers, many of whom are widows or orphans of the 1994 genocide, providing new economic opportunities through training on the coffee value chain.

Taste notes: Jasmine, caramel, earthy
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: High

Origin: Nyamasheke, Muraho
Altitude: 1500-1800 m.a.s.l.
Variety: Red Bourbon
Process: Washed Organic
Certification: Organic
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Tanzania

The Tanzania Mwankumbi coffee is complex and citrussy, with a medium body and crisp acidity. The cooperative was formed after neighboring farmers tasted the original Mwankumbi and recognized the challenges they were facing. The cooperative has since become a significant source of income and a strong community hub for the smallholder farmers of Ihombe, inspiring and encouraging others in the region to join forces and create similar cooperatives.

Taste notes: Dark chocolate, berry, pineapple
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: Low

Origin: Ihombe, Mbeya; Lunji Estates
Altitude: 1550-1700 m.a.s.l
Varieties: SL28, N39, Kent, Blue Mountain Typica
Process: Washed
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Ethiopia

Our Ethiopian Sidamo coffee offers a bright acidity and fruity and floral notes, harmonized by subtle hints of chocolate and caramel. It is grown by the Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union in the Sidamo region of Ethiopia. As a pioneer of the Fairtrade Climate Standard, the cooperative empowers 20,000 coffee farmers to build resilience to climate change and improve their living conditions. The coffee is grown alongside Ethiopian bananas, which help retain soil moisture and provide additional sustenance to the community.

Taste notes: Jasmine, bergamot, apricot
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: High

Origin: Sidamo, Kilenso Mokonisa
Altitude: 1600 - 1900 m.a.s.l
Variety: Heirloom 
Process: Washed
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Panama

This high-quality coffee from Baru Black Mountain farm offers a clean and crisp flavour profile, with red Catuai and red Caturra varieties known for producing sweet and bright coffees with complex flavours. The farm, located near La Armistad International Park, is committed to environmentally-friendly farming practices and supports its workers with medical and educational assistance.

Taste notes: Red apple, caramel, almond
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: High

Origin: Chiriqui, Baru Black Mountain
Altitude: 1350-1500 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Red catuai, Red caturra
Process: Washed
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Indonesia

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 cedar, clove, and tobacco. 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.

Taste notes: Dark chocolate, lime, clove
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: Low

Origin: Kayumas, Koperasi Surya Abada Kayumas
Altitude: 1000 - 1600 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: sln795, USDA 762
Process: Wet - Hulled
Certification: Fairtrade
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PAPUA NEW GUINEA

Our Papua New Guinean coffee from the Chuave district offers a complex and fruity flavour profile, with notes of tropical fruit such as papaya, as well as floral and citrus notes. Grown mainly by smallholders in ‘gardens’ consisting of small plots of land, coffee varietals were introduced to the country by African and Australian research stations in the 1950s. One such mysterious varietal is the Arusha, with almost no information known about its origins.

Taste notes: Lime, papaya, dark chocolate
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: High

Origin: Elimbari, Kongo Coffee Limited
Altitude: 1500 - 1800 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Typica, Arusha, Bourbon
Process: Washed
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Peru

Our Peruvian coffee from Moyobamba offers a well-balanced flavour profile with a pleasant sweetness and acidity, complemented by a clean, refreshing finish, with a slight aftertaste of citrus zest. Peru is the world's leading producer of organic coffee, and the APROCOYCE Cooperative, consisting of over 280 small farmers in the Amazonas region, takes advantage of the microclimate there to grow high-quality coffee, offering its members special credits and technical assistance to improve the quality of their coffee.

Taste notes: Nutty, citrus, honey
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: Medium to high

Origin: Amazonas, APROCOYCE
Altitude: 1400-1800 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Caturra, Pache, Catimor, Typica
Process: Washed
Certifications: Fairtrade, Organic
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Burundi

Our Burundi coffee comes from Salum, the only independent coffee producer in the country. Washed and dried in the main Shembati station, this well-balanced coffee offers a complex and nuanced flavour profile, with subtle fruity notes, balanced sweetness, and acidity, taking you on a journey around the unique characteristics of African coffee.

Taste notes: Lime, apple, blackberry
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: High

Origin: Kayanza, Kiboko
Altitude: 1700 m.a.s.l.
Variety: Red Bourbon
Process: Washed
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Nicaragua

Our Nueva Segovia coffee boasts a well-rounded flavour profile, with a pleasant sweetness and balance, lingering aftertaste, and a subtle hint of earthiness. This exceptional coffee originates from the mountainous region located in the north of Nicaragua, known for its verdant coffee plantations, dense forests, and stunning natural features such as waterfalls and hot springs. Coffees from this region have consistently dominated Cup of Excellence competitions, with the top 5 winning coffees in 2018 being produced in Nueva Segovia.

Taste notes: Mandarin, chocolate, roasted tobacco 
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: High

Origin: Nueva Segovia
Altitude: 1300-1700 m.a.s.l.
Variety: Pure Arabica
Process: Washed
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Mexico

Our Mexican coffee offers a well-balanced and flavorful profile, with nutty, chocolatey, and spicy notes, complemented by medium acidity and body. This organically grown coffee is produced by a community of farmers from Jaltenango, Chiapas, who joined together in 2011 to survive the coffee rust disaster financially. They have since invested in renewing their farms and sharing experiences, resulting in high-quality SHG (Strictly High Grown) grade coffee grown between 1200 and 1500m above sea level.

Taste notes: Caramel, almond, cinnamon 
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: Medium

Origin: Jaltenango, Finca El Flamingo
Altitude: 1200-1500 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Sarchimore, Caturra, Bourbon, Geisha, Oro Azteca
Process: Washed
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Bolivia

Our Bolivia Caranavi 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 milk chocolate, green apple, and honey. 

Taste notes: Milk chocolate, green apple, honey
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: High

Origin: Caranavi, Union ProAgro
Altitude: 1100 - 1750 m.a.s.l
Varieties: Caturra, La Criolla
Process: Washed
Certifications: Cafe Femenino, Fairtrade, Organic
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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Our coffee from the Rancho Arriba Finca in the Dominican Republic is a prime example of the country's exceptional coffee production. It's likely to be mild and smooth, with a gentle acidity and a sweet, clean, and crisp cup. Managed by Hector Jimanez, the head of the Dominical Coffee Institute, this historic farm grows coffee naturally in the shade of pine, Inga, Guava, and Macadamia trees, maturing slowly and progressively before being hand-harvested.
Taste notes: Dark chocolate, caramel, butter
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: Medium
Origin: Cibao, Rancho Arriba Finca
Altitude: 800-1200 m.a.s.l.
Variety: Pure Arabica
Process: Washed
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EL SALVADOR

Our El Salvador coffee boasts a complex and nuanced flavour profile, with a balance of fruity, nutty, and sweet notes, complemented by medium acidity and body. Finca San Antonio, located in the Apaneca Illmatepec coffee-growing region, has a 150-year history dedicated to growing coffee and providing forest conservation and habitat for indigenous animals and plants. The coffee cherries are hand-picked and wet-mill-processed on-site with care, ensuring excellent quality.

Taste notes: Dark chocolate, hazelnut, caramel
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: Medium

Origin: Santa Ana, Finca San Antonio
Altitude: 1700 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Pacas, Caturra, Sarchimor
Process: Washed
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INDIA

Our Araku coffee is full-bodied, with a creamy and smooth mouthfeel, offering a sweet and fruity flavour profile with notes of dark chocolate, raspberries, and a hint of vanilla. The Araku region in India, formerly known as a low-standard coffee production wasteland, has transformed into a recognizable global specialty coffee production hub. Small farmers in the region have received technical support and training, ultimately resulting in a state-of-the-art Coffee Processing Unit fully equipped with modern coffee pulpers.

Taste notes: Vanilla, raspberry, dark chocolate
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: Low to Medium

Origin: Araku, SAMTFMACS
Altitude: 1950 - 1300 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Sln5, sln795, Sln9
Process: Natural
Certifications: Fairtrade, Organic
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UGANDA

Our Mount Rwenzori coffee from Uganda is a unique and complex coffee with a distinctive fruity character that sets it apart from other coffees. It is a coffee of a bright and citric acidity reminiscent of orange or lemon, with a slight wine-like character. The coffee is grown on protected soils, in the heart of an advantageous microclimate, and under the natural shade of banana trees in the historically known Mountain of the Moon. 

Taste notes: Mango, pineapple, plum
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: High

Origin: Mont Rwenzori, Mon Cherry
Altitude: 1500-1800 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: SL 28, SL 14
Process: Natural
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MYANMAR

Our Myanmar coffee is a medium to full-bodied coffee with a smooth and creamy mouthfeel, offering a complex and balanced flavour profile with notes of caramel and chocolate. Produced by Shwe Ywar Ngan, this coffee is among Myanmar’s finest Arabica. The hundreds of small plot farmers, tending to the same land as their ancestors, produce coffee as organically as possible, with pesticides forbidden in this township.

Taste notes: Caramel, dark chocolate, orange
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: High

Origin: Shwe Ywar, Shwe Ywar Ngan
Altitude: 1300-1660 m.a.s.l.
Variety: Catuai
Process: Washed, Honey
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ZAMBIA

Our coffee from the family-run Kachipapa Coffee Farm offers a bright and balanced flavour profile, with notes of citrus and a hint of chocolate. One of the main responsibilities of the farm is to improve the quality of life for the staff and the local community, by installing new clean water piping systems and providing the community with clean water. They are also responsible for funding the local school for teacher employment, as well as providing medical assistance and malaria prevention to the local communities.

Taste notes: Honey, lemon, hazelnut
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: High

Origin: Serenje, Kachipapa Farm
Altitude: 1450 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: SL28, Catimor, Costa Rica
Process: Washed, pulped natural
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CONGO

Our Kivu Bonobo coffee boasts a well-balanced and complex flavour profile, with a crisp and citrusy acidity complementing the fruity and sweet notes. Its moderate sweetness enhances the fruitiness, while being cultivated without pesticides or chemical fertilizers. Manually harvested and processed with care by small producers, this exceptional coffee originates from the North Kivu region in the Virunga National Park on Lake Kivu, making it a "grand cru" for coffee lovers.

Taste notes: Lemon, caramel, chocolate
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: Medium

Origin: Kivu, Bonobo
Altitude: 1500-2000 m.a.s.l.
Variety: Pure Arabica
Process: Washed
Certification: Organic
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ECUADOR

Our Las Terrazas del Pisque coffee from independent producer Arnaud Causse, is a high-quality coffee with a unique and complex flavour profile, which is created from anaerobic fermentation, leaning in the acquired taste profile. The coffee thrives in an arid desert area of Ecuador, where the plants have acclimatized beautifully. Arnaud uses organic lavender, and rosemary essential oils, which he produces himself, to treat his coffee trees and does not use any pesticides or chemical fertilizers.

Taste notes: Vanilla, honey, milk chocolate
Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: High

Origin: Pichincha, Terrazas del Pisque
Altitude: 1700-2100 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Red Bourbon
Process: Anaerobic fermentation

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The 66g coffee bean Taster Packs

Perfect for home or away, the 66g coffee bean taster pack offers a convenient and affordable way to explore a range of high-quality specialty coffee beans sourced from around the world. For home use, enjoy different flavours and roast levels without breaking the bank. While away from home, pack the taster pack in your luggage or backpack and enjoy a taste of home, no matter where you are.
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The 333g coffee bean bags

Designed for the curious coffee lover, our 333g formats allow you to experience a variety of exciting coffee origins without committing to a single 1kg bag, and experiencing fresher coffee, longer. Each coffee ban bag offers premium specialty coffee beans, carefully sourced and slow crafted so you can experience premium coffee from the comfort of your own home, according to your preferred brewing method.
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