Coffee and Paste
CARBON NEUTRAL HIGH SCORING SPECIALITY COFFEE
Dark chocolate, strawberry jam, and a little fresh grapefruit combine in this balanced, full-bodied coffee from Jaén, Peru.
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The nuts and bolts
Jaén - Peru
1800-1900 Metres above sea level
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Rich dark chocolate is balanced by sweet strawberry jam and fresh grapefruit in this full-bodied coffee. A limited-edition medium roast, perfect if you want something special with a little extra oomph.
How to Brew
While this coffee tastes awesome in every device, our favourites are an espresso machine, Aeropress & moka pot.
Head over to our brew guides for making coffee for more.
All of our coffees come to us from small farms and estates. This means that when a coffee has been harvested, processed and drunk, it’s gone for good. Our other coffees change every 8-12 months, while our limited editions change more frequently, most likely every 3-4 months.
Unlike our regular range, limited-edition coffees don’t share flavour profiles with their predecessors. Each one is a beautiful, unique coffee we’ve found, loved, and wanted to roast. If you want to try great coffee from different regions, then don’t miss out on the limited-edition range. Because like all our coffees, when they’re gone, they’re gone!
Behind the Scenes
Produced by the Ande Peruanos Coffee Producers Association near Jaén, Peru, this coffee is as good to society and the planet as it is to your mug. Why? Because Ande Peruanos is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to helping members improve their income and quality of life, as well as contribute to the sustainability of their coffee cultivation areas and the wider environment.
Established in 2020, Ande Peruanos has grown to include over 260 coffee farming families, creating strong, lasting relationships based on the shared values of responsibility, honesty, equality, and commitment. Worker’s rights and fair remuneration lie at the heart of Ande Peruanos, and all member growers focus on environmentally friendly crop management practices, taking care of the soil, water, flora and fauna in their region, as well as the people.
What does the score mean?
A process known as cupping is used to find the quality score of coffee. This quality score will determine if a coffee can be granted the title of speciality coffee. A target score of 80 or above is set for a coffee to be given this title. If it scores lower, it doesn’t reach the grade. If it scores 80 or more, it’s one of the best coffees in the world and makes for an awesome brew. Read our cupping page to learn more about cupping coffee.
You’ll never find an over-roasted coffee at Two Chimps. Unlike high street coffee giants, we use the roasting process to show off all the delicious natural flavours and aromas in our coffees, not to make different coffees taste the same. If we were to roast too dark, the natural flavours would be lost and replaced by bitterness.
Some big-name roasters might over-roast to mask unpleasant flavours in their low-grade beans. But our coffees are all top-notch, so there are no problems to fix, just awesomeness to enjoy!
Why buy speciality coffee from us?
By purchasing coffee from us, you’re making a huge difference to the coffee farmers who grow the coffee we roast. Speciality coffee commands a better price than basic or ‘commodity’ coffee. We happily pay it knowing that we’re getting great coffee, and due to the short supply chain, the vast majority of that money is going straight into the farmer’s pocket, not being siphoned off by middlemen. This gives coffee farmers the opportunity of an even better harvest next year, not to mention better living conditions. It’s a win for everyone involved!
Where does the name come from?
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