With notes of milk chocolate, sweet spice & raisin, our 100% organic blend is delicate and buttery with a smooth finish. The following origins currently make up the N° 142.


Region Sumatra, Indonesia
Altitude 1200m above sea level
Species Arabica
Varietal S795
Processing Method Traditional Wet-hulled

The Orangutan Coffee Project in Indonesia, which we’ve been supporting for a few years now, focuses around two main initiatives. First, coffee farmers must comply with strict environmental measures that help protect the fragile eco-system. The second, supports an orangutan conservation program that cares for, protects & rehabilitates injured, orphaned & rescued orangutans. We are committed to an ongoing partnership with OCP & recently visited Sumatra to see firsthand how the programs are benefiting the communities, rainforest conservation & the endangered local wildlife. This coffee adds notes of sweet spice, cacao nibs & a pleasant herbal flavour. With a round, juicy body & a lingering aftertaste.


Region Cajamarca, Peru
Altitude 1700-1900m above sea level
Species Arabica
Varietal Typica, Caturra, Bourbon
Processing Method Washed

Our Fair Trade Organic coffee is sourced from the Cajamarca region of northern Peru, near the border of Ecuador. This remote and beautiful region is nestled in the valleys of the Andes mountain range and has the climate and potential to produce some of the worlds finest coffees. This blend is a regional selection of coffees from over 800 small hold farmers. Once picked, the coffee is sent to a centralised mill where it is sorted and graded based on quality. Peru is fairly new to the specialty coffee market so it’s exciting to see the quality and potential of Peruvian coffee increase year after year. This completely organic coffee has flavours of milk chocolate, nougat and stonefruit, with a delicate sweetness and is very well balanced.