Coffee Envelope Espresso
It’s at our core to provide you with the best possible coffee experience – whether you’re here at the café or enjoying it at your own home.
With the Coffee Envelope you get the full coffee experience without investing unnecessary money in shipping costs.
330g beans – shipping fees already included.
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Coffee Envelope Espresso
Our espresso roasts
Boa Vista, Brasil
We were on the hunt for a chocolate forward coffee that will please all types of coffee drinkers. After meeting many farmers, large and small, and cupping many different coffees, we decided to go for a blend of varieties of 6 different farms. Actually, there are only 3 different varieties, Yello Catucaí & Catuaí and Topázio. They are natural processed to bring out that sweetness you like in the cup. SanCoffee does some amazing work for the region and are B Corp Certified Company. They invest a lot into new technologies, as well as supporting a lot of grower families in the region. Visit Coffee Page
Santa Rosa, Honduras
The Cooperativa Capucas Limitada represents twelve communities in San Pedro and Corquin in Santa Rosa de Copan. They work to promote the sustainable development of their local economy. Reducing poverty and increasing standards of life are their main objectives and ongoing development programs have benefited approximately 5,000 people. The cooperative’s General Assembly, which manages the democratic use of the Fair Trade premium, is comprised of 10 members, nine of whom are women. Visit Coffee Page
El Palto, Peru
Peru has long been ignored as a great specialty coffee producer. Over the last years, producers have put a lot of effort to overcome the image and great coffees have been coming out of Peru. We have been on the hunt for a while now and found a great partner with the Cooperative Jumarp. Owned by 23 producers of the region the cooperative supports over 300 producers and exports their coffees. This blend of four varieties is grown in the native Amazonia forest, which shades the coffee plants and helps to mature the fruit slowly. This again is reflected in the cup with delicate notes of pear, grapefruit bitterness and sweet caramelized pecan flavours. This is the third organic coffee that we will have all year round. Visit Coffee Page
Planadas Decaf, Colombia
The first coffee we think is worth drinking without caffeine. It’s delicious for any brewing methods and packs lots of flavour, nice acidity and heaps of sweetness. We are sure, that if served to you without knowing it’s decaf, you wouldn’t know the difference. Our Planadas Tolima is a sugar cane decaffeinated coffee. After being fully washed and dried, the caffeine is reduced through a natural process. Visit Coffee Page