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Coffee Lover's Sampler Set

About This Coffee:

The Coffee Lovers Sampler Set consists of six coffees from different regions around the world: South America, Central American, Africa, Asia, and Oceania.

  • 1 x Miramundo -Direct Source- Guatemala (100g / 8oz)
  • 1 x Namura Timuza -Organic- Papua New Guinea (100g / 8oz)
  • 1 x Luleesa Limu -Direct Source- Ethiopia (100g 7 8oz)
  • 1 x Txol Witz -Direct Source- Guatemala (100g / 8oz)
  • 1 x Cajamarca -Organic- Peru (100g / 8oz)
  • 1 x Harimau Tiger - Sumatra (100g / 8 oz)
  • 1 x Coffee Brewers Logbook to keep a trace of your best brews

Two of the coffees are longtime class favorites, Sumatra and Limu. Another two are organic coffees—one from Peru and another from Papua New Guinea. The last two are newly-debuted, direct-sourced coffees from Guatemala: one from Huehuetenango and another from the Santa Rosa region.

The gift set also comes with a premium quality coffee brewer's logbook. This is a great tool made for professionals or home brewers that will take your manual brewing process to the next level.

See Why Our Coffee’s Different

This direct-sourced coffee is a crowd pleaser with notes of butter croissant, ginger snap and faint strawberry. The Kedir Hassen Sibu washing stations have been family owned and operated for over 20 years.

The washing stations are tucked into the mountainside and only accessible by dirt road. They are pillars of the community and in both Sidamo and Guji, have built primary schools educating 300 students in grades 1-4, provide on and off-site medical care to employees, extend micro loans during the off season, and employs 115-120 women and 45-50 men.

Photo Credits: Drago Tomianovic
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SEE WHY OUR COFFEE'S DIFFERENT

This direct sourced coffee is a crowd pleaser with notes of butter croissant, ginger snap and faint strawberry. The Kedir Hassen Sibu washing stations have been family owned and operated for over 20 years.


The washing stations are tucked into the mountainside and only accessible by dirt road. They are pillars of the community and in both Sidamo and Guji, have built primary schools educating 300 students in grades 1-4, provide on and off-site medical care to employees, extend micro loans during the off season, and employs 115-120 women and 45-50 men.

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