The origin of our coffee

We pride ourselves on the origin of our coffee. It comes from all corners of the world where coffee is grown in selective high  altitudes. Each is an original and somehow unique.

From the farm to the cup

Coffee beans travel quite a long way. Our goal is to deliver the freshest coffee selected for you into your cup so you can taste it. We will gladly lead you through the process and we will help you better understand specialty coffee. .

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Columbia

Columbia has more than 1 milion square kilometers and biologically it is one of the most diverse countries in the world.

Coffee first discovered in Columbia in the first half o the 18. century, when missionary José Gumilla mentioned it in his notes. After Brasil and Vietnam it is the biggest coffee producer in the world. Most of the harvest is grown on the so-called Coffee Axis (Eje Cafetero) in the regions of Caldas, Risaralda and Qundío. Colombian coffee selection often comes from the region of Huila. Recently, however, they begin to appear great coffee from other places, such as the region Antioquia. To improve the quality of the local harvest contributed to a unique program of Governor Sergio Fajarada.

SalGar

Thanks to our origin trips, we love to work with coffees from Antioquia. Salgar is currently part of our stable espresso Horizont.

We love to work continouosly with Finca Cocondo in Antioquia. Thanks to the efforts of its owner Louis Emilio manages to be the only one in the whole region that is purely organic and independent on its surroundings. 

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Rwanda

Rwanda is just a few degrees below the equator the Earth's longitude in Central Africa.

Rwandan coffee farming first introduced by German missionaries to around 1900. But already in 1930, coffee was spread throughout the territory and now accounts for a majority share of the income from agricultural activities. Coffee here handles over 500,000 small farms, while volume production is still only 21,000 tons per annum. Today, Rwanda is placed high emphasis on the quality of the coffee beans, so most of the grains collected and graded by hand. The quality supervises OCIR Office for the uniform industry, a state institution, which was founded in 1945 precisely for the purpose of quality control.

Coffee began to grow in the region Mibilizi, from where it spread to Kivu. In both regions, the coffee cherries are still harvested today. The only variety grown in Rwanda is arabica processed exclusively by the washed method. Rwanda has ideal conditions for the growth of high-quality coffee due to the fertile volcanic soil, altitude and frequent rain give the Rwandan coffee an unique aroma.

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Kenya

Kenya, along with Ethiopia aisre considered primordial region where coffee grew wild. To cultivate there was the influence of Arab culture in the 15th century. The expansion of the coffee industry, in 1900 was mainly due to the French missionaries. Coffee beans from Kenya are among the most popular for their diverse flavor, often fruity, slightly tart and unsurpassed fragrance.

 

We're currently working with Mutwewathi from Nyeri.

Overall, there are over 150,000 small coffee farms in Kenya. The main regions are located at the foot of Mount Kenya regions Aberdare Range, Kisii, Nyanza, Bungoma, Nakuru and Kericho. Overall, Kenya produces 40,000 tons of coffee beans a yea.

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El Salvador

El Salvador is the smallest and most densely populated country in Central America as it is four times smaller than the Czech Republic.

Arabica coffee plant cultivation there has been a tradition since the early 19th century. Soon after the coffee has become a major export commodity, which remains to this day.

Most of the 20,000 coffee farms located in the provinces of Santa Ana, Ahuachapán, Sonsonate and La Libertad. Growing and processing coffee directly employs about 135,000 people, or a quarter of all farmers. Their common enemy is mainly coffee rust (La Roya), which destroys plants and crops. Selective Arabica are grown in the mountains of 1300 nm and above, mostly in the shade and fertile volcanic soil.

lynxspresso, La Laguna

For coffee from El Salvador, Rodolfo Ruffatti Batlle is our partner. He spends half a year growing and processings coffees and half a year selling the harvest in Europe. 

 We currently work with the coffees from Santa Ana region, known for its rich volcanic soil. Lynx'spresso is our seasonal espresso offering and La Laguna pacamara roasted for filter will be back shortly...

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Brasil

Brazil is the largest country in South America and its area of 8,500,000 km square is the fifth most extensive state on earth. It stretches from tropical to temperate climatic belt.

Coffee first arrived in Brazil in the 18th century and grew in local fazendas (farms). Since 1850 then Brazil holds a dominant position in world production of coffee cherries. Around 1920, even Brazilian coffee supplied the world market to 80%. Brazil today dominates the world's coffee production. On its plantations grow 2.6 million tons of coffee beans a year, a third of world production.

Mantiqueria Minais

This Brazilian coffee comes from Minas Gerais, where they grow most of the Brazilian Arabica It was processed by the semi-washed method where the beans are dried while skinless, but with a pulp. This achieves greater sweetness of the coffee in the cup. We chose it as the basis of our stable espresso blend Horizont, which delivers notes of chocolate, caramel and peanuts.

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Tanzania

Tanzania is among the larger African countries boasting the highest mountain in Africa, Kilimanjaro.

Tanzania brought knowledge about growing and processing coffee Christian missionaries in 1898. It happened in Kilimanjaro region, where production has expanded into other areas. Then (1900) was the Tanzanian Coffee Board (Tanzania Coffee Board), which still oversees the overall production. Today's coffee in the Tanzanian agriculture an important agricultural crop, and an essential part of the domestic economy. Tanzania produces annually 55,000 tons of coffee beans.

The main area that produces Tanzanian Arabica remains the Kilimanjaro region.

Tweega AA

Our Tweega AA coffee was grown several small growers in Mbeya region. As is typical in the area, dried in the sun on raised African beds, and for up to 21 days. Thanks to its distinctive sweetness and taste of ripe fruit is perfectly suited to our seasonal espresso.

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