• Nice lemon acidity
  • Notes of black currant and ripe plum skin
  • Side note of pine/juniper

Altitude: 1700m

Variety: SL with a bit of Ruiri and Batian

Process: Washed

Producer: Mugaga Farmers Co-operative Society

Importers: Sucafina Specialty

Rob says: For a third consecutive year and the fourth time in total we have a KIAMABARA coffee in our Kenya KEN line up.

KIAMABARA is probably one of the best known names in Kenyan coffee, so we are very proud to get this crowd favourite back on the shelf.

Kiamabara Coffee Factory is located in Nyeri County near Karatina Town, and together with Gatina it makes up the Mugaga Farmer Cooperative Society (FCS).

The factory was built was in the early 1980s to process coffee cherry from the neighboring farms, and draws from the nearby Kingu river for its water supply.


  • Very complex and sweet
  • Black tea notes
  • Grapefruit and pineapple

Processing: Washed

Varieties: Wolisho, Dega

Altitude: 2350 masl

Price paid to the Farmer: ETB 24 / kg cherry

FOB: USD 7.49 / kg

Importer: Nordic Approach

Rob says: While West Arsi and Yirgacheffe gave us a super start this Ethiopia season, we notice the Guji region is taking over in summer with one killer coffee after another. The BUKU SAYISA is new to us and maybe the highest picked coffee we ever bought!!

This lot is from Buku, a district of Hambela Wamena in the broader Guji Zone. This coffee has been picked at maturity with the strict supervision from the farmer Mr.Esayas Beriso. The farm supplies to SNAP coffee exporters.

Buku is one of the highest elevated coffee growing areas in Ethiopia with an altitude of 2,350 meters above sea level. The farm plots are scattered and the terrain is uneven, so farmers deliver cherry on horseback.

Kenya Muranga KAGUMOINI PB

  • Rich and fat bodied
  • Chocolate and Colanut notes
  • Peachy sweetness with a citrus finish

Processing: Washed

Screen Size: Peaberry

Packaging: 30kg Vac Packs

Exporter: Kenyacof

Importer: Sucafina Specialty

Rob says: KAGUMOINI is a Caffenation classic and back in our line up after an 8 year drought! It took so long cause there’s high demand all over the world for this coffee which is a great example of top quality coffee for this wonderful region.

Kagumoini is located at a perfect microclimate on the southern slopes of Mount Kenya at an altitude of 1750 meters. The coffee trees grow on rich volcanic soil: Perfect conditions for flavoursome coffee.

There are a lot of discussions whether Kagumoini is located in Muranga or Nyeri county. We think it’s almost on the borderline between both, but more in Muranga, nearby the award winning Kiriani station.


Ethiopia Guji HAMBELA WAMENA Anaerobic

  • Blueberry all the way
  • Winegums
  • Very clean and sweet

Town: Benti

Washing Station: Merkuria Merga

Processing: Anaerobic Natural

Varieties: Wolisho, Kurume, 74110 & 74112

Price paid to the Farmer: ETB 30 / kg cherry

FOB: USD 13.66 / kg

Importer: Nordic Approach

Rob Says: This coffee is our second one catalogued in the ‘Crazy Flavor Series’ under the name of ‘BLUEBERRY’ and our most expensive coffee of the year, so far. And with reason of course. You need to taste this!!!!!

This is an anaerobic coffee, meaning that it has undergone fermentation in a closed environment without oxygen. This coffee has complex process driven fruit characteristics in the cup, along with great clarity.

The three washing stations are named after their owner, Mekuria Merga, a highly respected coffee professional with 23 years experience in the industry. Mekuria Merga decided to establish his own export company “Wete Ambela” in 2018 to export coffees from his washing stations, which are renowned for their high quality coffees.


  • Notes of ripe red berries, apples and hibiscus
  • Marzipan (sweet almond)
  • Very well balanced

Location: Pozo Negro

Processing: Fully washed

Variety: Catuai

Lot: Microlot #2

Price paid to producer: HNL 4285/Quintal (101 lb)

FOB price: $6.16/kg

Importer: Nordic Approach

Rob says: Since a couple of years we notice improved quality in Honduras and we can easily say, anno 2021, they became our favourite Central American coffee origin.

Our eyes, and taste buds, fell on this wonderful coffee called Intibuca, which is named after the location of origin and brought by a collective of state-of-the-art farmers; Wilmer Grau, Yina Yamileth Reyes Gomez, Andres Rodriguez Hernandez and Guadalupe Rordiguez. 

And a big shout out to our partner Nordic Approach as they display the prices they pay to the producers as well the final FOB (Free on Board) price. Full transparency is the fastest way to a more honest coffee business where the hardest workers, which are always the farmers, gets to pay a fair price for all their hard labour and craftsmanship.