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With the Mini Plan you receive:

  • Two different single-origin coffees each month in the following size: 2x1000 gr.
  • We recommend buying your coffee whole bean in order to preserve it as fresh as possible.

The coffees are suitable for filter brews but many of them can be enjoyed as espresso if you have an espresso machine at home.

Our packaging is made of 100% recyclable plastic and is carbon neutral.

This month we bring you PERU:

Dagoberto Marin is a pioneer in the practices of Biodynamic Agriculture in Peru. His approach has been to transmit his experiences and his example to his children and collaborators who accompany him in the recovery of soil fertility. This single-varietal microlot has notes of stone fruit, mainly nectarine. It has a medium body, and nice citric acidity well balanced by ripe-fruit sweetness.

For the first time, we decided to offer our subscribers 2 different roasts of our coffee of the month.  One lighter roast is to be enjoyed as a filter and one slightly darker for espresso. Even though you don't have an espresso machine you can try to brew also this second roast as a filter or in your french press to find out and compare how the roast profile affects the flavour of your coffee.   


1x250g Cesar & Dagoberto Marin - La Chacra d'Dago (FIlter) - Whole Bean

1x250g Cesar & Dagoberto Marin - La Chacra d'Dago (Espresso) - Whole Bean 


Producer: Cesar Marin

Plantation: Armonia, Junin, Palomar

Altitude: 1700m

Species: Arabica

Variety: Yellow Obata

Process: Double anaerobic fermentation

Harverst: Hand picked on 20th of June 2022

Ingredienser: Ristede kaffebønner

Do you know what is a SLOW FOOD coffee? 

The Slow Food Coee Coalition is an open and collaborative network, uniting all the participants involved in the coee supply chain, from farmers to consumers, committed to producing good, clean and fair coee. Indeed, besides good tasting coee, the coalition believes that the preservation of the environment and biodiversity through agroecological principles are key factors of resilience to the climate crisis. On the justice front, the Coalition advocates for the respect of fundamental human and labour rights across the whole supply chain, as well as inclusivity, regardless of gender identity, race, ethnicity, age or religion. These are key ingredients to make a fair cup of coffee.

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