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  1. Vesuvio Wood Fire Roasted Coffee Beans 1 Kg

    Vesuvio Wood Fire Roasted Coffee Beans 1 Kg

    A selection of the best plantations of robusta coffee (40%) , appropriately corrected with a  large dose of arabica coffee (60%), processed in Naples where the art of coffee making began.

    Processing Method: Wood-fire roasted following the oldest Neapolitan coffee making tradition.

    Sweet with a delicate body, classic traditional Neapolitan Espresso.

    Why is Wood-fire Roasted Coffee different? For over 1000 years, coffee was roasted with wood. During the last 100 years other heat sources, such as natural gas, or electricity, have been used but the flavours and aromas from wood fire roasted coffee is unique. The oak wood imparts a natural sweetness to the coffee that cannot be achieved using other methods of roasting.


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  2. Single Estate Coffee Beans San Luis & Raigode 75% Arabica 500g

    Single Estate Coffee Beans San Luis & Raigode 75% Arabica 500g

    Two great and very different single estate coffees, that nevertheless go together extremely well when mixed in the ratio shown on the label.

    The San Luis finca (estate), on the Pacific slope of the Balsamo Cordillera, produces one of the best coffees in El Salvador, as a result of the passion of the Angelucci family, the current owners.

    The San Luis being a very aromatic and balanced coffee, combined to an unbelievable Indian Robusta coffee from the Raygode estate from Kodagu, offers a coffee with an intense aroma of chocolate and spices, a strong and long-lasting flavour, a full body, and low acidity.

    This Indian Robusta, Parchment AB, is perfect to use, in moderate quantities in espresso blend, to increase the life, the colour and the quantity of the cream.

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  3. Wild Forest Coffee Beans Harenna 100% Arabica - Single Estate 500g

    Wild Forest Coffee Beans Harenna 100% Arabica - Single Estate 500g

    The coffee plants brought originally from Sidamo region reproduce spontaneously by seed. The strength of this "wild" forest coffee is expressed in the organoleptic characteristics: a coffee that we like to call deep, with definitely a strong character, but also soft and with a velvety texture. It will be appreciated by personal choices without compromising taste. A coffee "is not for everyone.

    The cultivation doesn't use fertilisers or pesticides. In the rainy season pruning of the branches of the trees which shade the coffee increases exposure to the sun and the ripening of the cherries. The harvest is by hand using selective picking techniques where only the ripest cherries are harvested.

    Harvesting takes place in November on non-rainy mornings. The cherries must be taken to the drying station within 8 hours.

    Process: the cherries are left to dry in the sun on mesh frames which are covered at night or when it rains. The cherries are turned every 30 minutes to avoid fermentation.

    Technical description

    NAME/GROWER: Cooperativa Manyete SA

    ORIGIN: Ethiopia, Oromia Region, Dello Mena District

    SPECIES: Arabica

    VARIETY: Arabica o Typica

    ALTITUDE: 1.320 - 1.700 m

    PROCESSING: Unwashed

    DRYING: Sundried on tray

    HARVEST: November

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  4. Coffee Beans Yrgalem 100% Arabica - Garden Coffee 500gr

    Coffee Beans Yrgalem 100% Arabica - Garden Coffee 500gr

    This is not an estate coffee, because in Ethiopia there are few estates, very wide and managed by the government, but in the Sidamo region, in the South of the country, we found Yrgalem a "garden coffee", it is cultivated in small plots.

    If drunk alone, it is a delight for the palate, thanks to its complex and extremely marked flavours. The special characteristic of this coffee is its strong flowers and gentle citrus smells, followed by notes of honey, if well espresso brewed. Its acidity is not too strong and, if blended with other coffees, even in small quantities, it gives the blend its own peculiarities and enhances its nobleness.

    Technical description

    NAME/GROWER: S.A. Bagersh Plc.

    ORIGIN: Ethiopia, Sidamo

    QUALITY: degree 2, special selection for CSC (Corona) and expressly for us (CMI)

    VARIETY: Typica 100%

    ALTITUDE: 1.600-2.000 m

    PROCESSING: fully washed

    DRYING: sundried on tray

    HARVEST: November - December

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  5. Coffee Beans Water Decaffeinated 100% Arabica 500gr

    Coffee Beans Water Decaffeinated 100% Arabica 500gr

    Our 100% Arabica Brazilian water decaf undergoes an ecological-friendly water decaffeination process to remove the caffeine from the coffee beans. This process avoids the use of chemical solvents, preserving the natural characteristics of the coffee. To eliminate the caffeine, the green coffee beans are washed in warm water, carbon-filtered and then dried in ovens.

    This makes our decaf coffee unexpected sweet and with a delicate flavour.

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  6. Fairtrade, Organic Coffee Beans Alto Palomar 100% Arabica 500g

    Fairtrade, Organic Coffee Beans Alto Palomar 100% Arabica 500g

    To valorize our respect for ethnic, social, ethic and environmental values we complete our specialty coffee range with an extraordinary Fairtrade and Organic (=FTO) coffee originating from Peru.

    The constant and guaranteed quality of this organic coffee produced by various small farmers united in a cooperative, reached the right valorization when obtained the Fair-trade certification, which guarantees a local social development and economical self-sufficiency. The particular flavour of this coffee is characterized by its velvety and round body, pleasant acidity and sweet notes of chocolate, cocoa and malt which are perceivable in the persistent aftertaste.

    The harvest of this coffee is completely hand-made. Compatible: Coffee Pods for use in ESE 44mm Coffee Makers such as Illy Pod, Lavazza Pod, De Longhi, Morphy Richards...

    Technical description

    NAME/GROWER: CACE (Cooperativa Agraria Cafetalera Ecologica) "ALTO PALOMAR"

    ORIGIN: Perù, Dept. Junin, Chanchamayo province, San Luís de Shuaro District

    QUALITY: HG (High Grown), screen 18 VARIETY: 55% caturra, 30 typica, 15% various ALTITUDE: 1.200 - 1.800 m

    PROCESSING: fully washed DRYING: dried in the oven HARVEST: from April to July

    DRYING: dried in the oven

    HARVEST: from April to July


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  7. Fully Washed Single Estate Coffee Beans Lagoa do Morro 100% Arabica 500g

    Fully Washed Single Estate Coffee Beans Lagoa do Morro 100% Arabica 500g

    This is a fully washed single estate coffee produced by Fazenda Lagoa do Morro that is located in Brejões region (Bahia state). By the end of the night and during early morning, Lagoa do Morro hills are shrouded into mist till the sun begins to enlighten them. This is the reason for which Fazenda Lagoa do Morro is obliged to wash all its production and to dry it into the ovens.

    With a sweet aroma and flavour, this coffee surprises with its unexpectedly lingering finish and aftertaste with distinct notes of cocoa.

    This is a special fully washed Brazilian coffee and the Fazenda quality's controller is Silvio Leite, who is known as one of the best coffee tasters of Brazil.

    This fazenda is certified by CSC (Certified Speciality Coffees).

    Technical description

     NAME/GROWER: Fazenda Lagoa do Morro

     ORIGIN: Brazil

     PRODUCTION AREA: Brejões, Bahia state

     QUALITY: NY 2 (real), screen 17-18

     VARIETY: Catuaì (60%), Mundo Novo (33%), several (7%)

     ALTITUDE: 800-920 m

     PROCESSING: Fully washed

     DRYING: In the oven

     HARVEST: End of June -beginning of September

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  8. 5 x 1kg Wood Fire Roasted Coffee Beans

    5 x 1kg Wood Fire Roasted Coffee Beans

    Origin: A selection of the best plantations of robusta coffee, appropriately corrected with a  large dose of arabica coffee, processed in Naples where the art of coffee making began.

    Processing Method: Wood-fire roasted following the oldest Neapolitan coffee making tradition.

    Tasting Notes: The organoleptic characteristics of robusta and arabica coffee used in this blend are brought to a sweet after-taste, on the palate a feeling of delicacy.

    Why is Wood-fire Roasted Coffee different? For over 1000 years, coffee was roasted with wood. During the last 100 years other heat sources, such as natural gas, or electricity, have been used but the flavours and aromas from wood fire roasted coffee is unique. The oak wood imparts a natural sweetness to the coffee that cannot be achieved using other methods of roasting.

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  9. Santa Lucia Wood Fire Roasted Coffee Beans 1 Kg

    Santa Lucia Wood Fire Roasted Coffee Beans 1 Kg

    A selection of the best plantations of Robusta coffee, appropriately corrected with a large dose of Arabica coffee, processed in Naples, in Southern Italy, where the art of coffee making began.

    Processing Method: Wood-fire roasted following the oldest Neapolitan coffee making tradition.

    A creamy and dense body coffee with a strong and intense aftertaste.

    Why is Wood-fire Roasted Coffee different? For over 1000 years, coffee was roasted with wood. During the last 100 years other heat sources, such as natural gas, or electricity, have been used but the flavours and aromas from wood fire roasted coffee is unique. The oak wood imparts a natural sweetness to the coffee that cannot be achieved using other methods of roasting.


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  10. 100% Arabica Wood-fire Roasted Coffee Beans

    100% Arabica Wood-fire Roasted Coffee Beans

    Refined blend made of 100% Arabica coffee from Brazil and Central America, processed in Naples where the art of coffee making began.

    Processing Method: Wood-fire roasted with selected oak wood, following the oldest Neapolitan coffee making tradition.

    Why is Wood-fire Roasted Coffee different?

    For over 1000 years, coffee was roasted with wood. During the last 100 years other heat sources, such as natural gas, or electricity, have been used but the flavours and aromas from wood fire roasted coffee is unique. The oak wood imparts a natural sweetness to the coffee that cannot be achieved using other methods of roasting.

    The organoleptic characteristics of six different coffee plantations that make up this excellent mixture, carefully measured, are found in a sweet and chocolaty taste coffee which leaves a delicately sweet and velvety aftertaste.

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  11. Filter Coffee 100% Arabica Beans Certified Specialty Coffee 500g

    Filter Coffee 100% Arabica Beans Certified Specialty Coffee 500g

    Filter C is a combination of two CSC certified coffees:

    • our Yrgalem, a washed Ethiopia Sidamo CMI selection coffee, especially selected for us by Abdallah Bagersh

    • a natural Brazilian coffee from Henrique Cambraia's Fazenda Samambaia.

    FILTER C is a balanced coffee combining the warm notes typical of the Brazilian coffees with Sidamo's acidity and citrusy notes. It is meant and tested for both filter machines and manual extraction methods.

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