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BRAZILIAN SPECIALITY GREEN COFFEE BEANS!

We are focusing on the best quality coffee beans straight from South and Central American farmers specifically sourced for your roastery, connecting you to the top quality products these region has to offer!

OUR RANGE

OUR VARIETY OF FLAVOURS TO SUIT YOUR EVERY NEED

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FINE CUP PLUS

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THE ORIGINS OF OUR COFFEE

Our beans are all carefully sourced from South and Central America.

Our suppliers work alongside the producers to guarantee a coffee with excellence, quality and consistency.  All farmers are cooperated and participate in the activities and profits of the cooperative and are also assisted step by step in the process of cultivation, preparation of the land, collection, separation, packaging and sale of the beans to the International market. In this way we guarantee that your coffee will be fair trade, controlled by a highly qualified team and continually stable in all processes.

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WHY YOU SHOULD ORDER FROM US

7 Good reasons (other than your love for the best coffee in the world)

  • Traceability.
  • High quality control.
  • We are moved by passion.
  • Service from farm to door.
  • Direct Trade.
  • Certified beans.
  • We are building trusting and long lasting relationships through coffee.

WHERE TO FIND OUR COFFEE?

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COFFEE FOR GOOD

We also support Ikhaya Le Themba, an outreach and evangelical ministry of Joshua Generation Church, assisting the needy and poor in communities, meeting their practical needs and showing them the love of Jesus. Ikhaya Le Themba is a faith-based NPO (046-634) operating into the heart of Khayelitsha and now also in Wellington. Established in 2003, Ian and Theresa Richardson felt a calling in their hearts to empower communities throughout Southern Africa, to take care of the terminally and chronically ill and to deal with the implications of illness and death. Ikhaya Le Themba organisation works in four specific areas within the community, Community Development, Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Skills Development and Enterprise Development.

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