Our Coffee

We are proud to source only 100% specialty coffee beans from farms where we know that the money will go straight to the farmers and their families and support local communities. These beans are roasted in our coffee shop in Mooloolaba every week, so fresh coffee is available every single day.

(Coffee oxidizes quickly after being ground which impacts on aroma and taste. We recommend buying whole beans and grinding them immediately prior to brewing. However, if you are not ready to treat yourself to a grinder just yet, please specify the type of brewing method you use and we will be happy to grind your beans accordingly to ensure you get the perfect cup).

HOUSE BLEND “THE FAT MULE”

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  • Farm: Selection of Colombian and Brazilian farms
  • Region: Huila, Tolima, Santander, Pocos de Caldas
  • Altitude: 1.400 m.a.s.l. to 1850 m.a.s.l.
  • Variety: Caturra, Colombia, Catuaí.
  • Processing: Natural and Washed
  • Cupping Notes: Milk chocolate, walnut and caramel.
$13.00

“Colombia – San Sebastián” Organic Single Farm

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  • Farm: San Sebastián
  • Region: Santander
  • Altitude: 1.850 m.a.s.l. (Colombia)
  • Variety: Colombia and Caturra
  • Processing: Hand picked, semi-washed, sun dried
  • Harvest: May – Jul & Oct – Jan
  • Certificates: Organic, Rain Forest, Utz.
  • Cupping Notes: Red fruit notes, juicy medium acidity with flavours of sweet berry and chocolate. Good body on a clean balanced cup and sweet after taste.
$18.00

“Colombia Supremo – El Jardin” Single Farm

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  • Farm: El Jardín
  • Region: Suaza, Huila
  • Altitude: 1450 - 1750 m.a.s.l.
  • Variety: Caturra and Colombia
  • Processing: Washed
  • Harvest: Oct - Jan / Apr-Jul
  • Cupping Notes: Almond, walnut and sweet spicy flavor notes of caramel with bright citrus acidity and round body.
$13.00

Colombia – Popayán Reserve

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  • Farm: 32 Farms reserve program
  • Region: Popayán, Cauca
  • Altitude: 1.500 - 1.800 m.a.s.l.
  • Variety: Caturra and Castillo
  • Processing: Washed - fermented for 24 hours and sun dried for 9 days
  • Certificates: Cupping score: 84
  • Cupping Notes: Smooth tropical fruit and caramel
$13.00

Colombia – La Florida

In the farmer’s own words: “I was born on May 29, 1970, in Acevedo, Huila. My parents are from Acevedo. I have spent my whole life on the farm La Florida (in the rural district of La Marimba, in my beautiful municipality of Acevedo), which belonged to my parents. Thanks to the great love and the wise advice of my parents, I started working very young, learning to have my own things. It was so that I acquired my first plot of land through purchase to my father. I was gradually buying to him until completing 8 hectares. At 19 years of age I met the love of my life, Yolanda Torres Vela, who I married two years later to form a beautiful family of 6 children: Juan de Jesús, Javier Hernando, Claudia Milena, Diego Felipe, Eduar Gilberto and Ana Maria. My family has been my motivation to improve day after day and meet my dream of having a technologically advanced and certified farm to produce high-quality coffee, always protecting the environment.

I have taken part in the Cup of Excellence competitions because I want to be a farmer renowned for producing high-quality coffee, always having the support of my family, who are passionate about this work. I participated in 2005, 2007 and 2012, but I didn’t achieve good results. From then on I’ve been in the task of constantly improving with great effort, by being strict and thorough in the harvesting, wet processing and drying processes, obtaining great results like getting the second place in the 2015 Cup of Excellence competition.

Although I didn’t win the first place, I’m happy, because I have a farm certificated with 5 seals, highly productive, with high-quality coffee, always taking care of environment. And most importantly, by the hand of God and my beautiful family. I want to continue improving to have a farm with its own identity, recognized at country and global levels. Moreover, I want to set an example in my community, so the municipality and our department continue being recognized for producing specialty coffee.”

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  • Farm: La Florida
  • Region: Acevedo, Huila
  • Altitude: 1720 - 1750 m.a.s.l.
  • Variety: Yellow and Red Colombia
  • Processing: Washed
  • Cupping Notes: Creamy mouthfeel, delicate citrus acidity with notes of red currant, rose hip.
$21.00

“MICROLOT – RED TABI” Single Farm – Special Edition

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  • Farm: San Pedro
  • Region: San Cayetano, Tolima
  • Altitude: 1.800 m.a.s.l.
  • Variety: Red Tabi
  • Processing: Washed - fermented for 24 hours and sun dried for 9 days
  • Certificates: Cupping score: 88
  • Cupping Notes: Custard apple, guava and sugar cane
$22.00
Colombian Coffee Beans