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Bailies, Belfast

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Coffee: Guatemala El Comedor
Coffee notes: Part of Bailies’ direct micro-lot range, the Guatemala El Comedor is grown and picked by Rogelio and his team at La Libertad. This lot is grown at the highest part of the third-generation farm.
Tasting notes: Roasted macadamia, red apple, honey
Origin: La Libertad, Guatemala
Process: Washed
Varietal: Bourbon
Altitude: 1350-1850 metres


Coffee: Guatemala La Ruda 
Coffee notes: Located close to the Honduran border, the Equipulas region isn’t typically deemed suitable for growing coffee due to its humidity. However, Jose David Guerra’s farm has its own micro-climate which allows him to grow with high efficiency and quality.
Tasting notes: Tangerine, walnut, chocolate 
Origin: Esquipulas, Guatemala
Process: Washed
Varietal: Catuai, Caturra
Altitude: 1400-1650 metres

Atkinsons, Lancaster

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Coffee: Sao Francisco
Coffee notes: Granja Sao Francisco is run by Otaviano, his wife Maria and their son Luis with a team of 12 full-time staff who live on the farm and have access to healthcare and education. When Otaviano took over the farm in the 90s he began to diversify the range of varieties grown there. Thanks to its high elevation, they cultivate Red Bourbon and Yellow Bourbon which thrive at slightly higher altitudes than most typical Brazilian varieties.
Tasting notes: Milk chocolate, hazelnut, fudge
Origin: Mantiqeiras de Minas, Brazil
Process: Pulped natural
Varietal: Yellow bourbon
Altitude: 1320 metres

Common Coffee

Common Coffee, Crossgates

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Coffee: Bright
Coffee notes: In Burundi, where 55 per cent of the working population lives on coffee production and where 95 per cent of the industry is managed by just two players, Common chose to opt for a different sourcing method. Working with Salum, the only independent producer in the country, the Kiboko coffee from the Kayanza region is 100 per cent traceable.
Tasting notes: Cherry, mandarin, honey
Origin: Kayanza, Burundi
Process: Washed
Varietal: Red bourbon
Altitude: 1700 metres

Girls who Grind roaster profile

Girls Who Grind, Wiltshire

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Coffee: Colombia El Tambo Cauca
Tasting notes: Chocolate, sour cherry, peanut butter
Coffee notes: These Colombian beans are sourced from the all-female AMACA Association which supports female famers and their families from the cultivation and production of coffee. A premium is paid to AMACA above the value of the coffee itself to support their goals and aspirations as a group.
Origin: El Tambo, Colombia
Process: Washed
Varietal: Castillo, Caturra
Altitude: 1750 metres

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