A temptingly toffee-ish coffee with crisp flavours of apple and lemon!

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Introduce yourself.
  • Tastes Like

    A temptingly toffee-ish coffee with crisp flavours of apple and lemon!

  • How to Brew

    While this coffee tastes awesome in every device, our favourites are an espresso machine, Aeropress & moka pot.

    If you want to know more, see our brew guides for making coffee.

  • Behind the Scenes

    In the centre of Cauca, in Piendamó, you’ll find the non-profit organisation Asociacion de Caficultores del Centro del Cauca por la Paz (ACC). Established in 2016, ACC is dedicated to growing superior coffee, focusing on all aspects of the bean-to-cup journey. Their main goal is to improve the livelihoods of the farming communities and create a sustainable environment for the future of the coffee industry.

    ACC’s coffee varieties include Castillo, Cenicafé, Tabi, Bourbon, Caturra, and Colombia. They dry their coffee mainly through parabolic and mechanical silos. Based in a rented facility in Piendamó, the association has its own coffee laboratory, which contains all the relevant tools for coffee selection and cupping, which is undertaken by a certified Q-Grader.

    The ACC supports a collaborative environment with 77 associates who each cultivate an average of 1.5 hectares of land between 1,700 and 2,100 meters above sea level. They continue to work diligently to relieve poverty and social conflicts, driving strategies and improving the supply of crop-related technology. In 2023, the ACC purchased 900,000 kg of parchment coffee, with 20,000 kg scoring a whopping 86+. This is quite an achievement; keep up the good work, guys!

  • What Does the Score Mean?

    Every coffee that we source and roast is speciality coffee. For a coffee to become speciality, it must obtain a quality score of 80 points or above. A process known as coffee cupping is used to find this score. No score, no name. Want to know more about the process of cupping? Well, it’s your lucky day! We’ve written a simple to follow guide all about coffee cupping.

  • Roasting

    During the roasting process, we will never ‘over roast’. When we roast, we use this as a way of showing off the flavours and aromas of the coffee rather than hiding them. If a coffee is roasted too dark, this can hide some of the natural flavours and aromas and create a coffee with a bitter and burnt taste.

    As the coffee we source is of high quality, there is nothing to hide. We can bring out the flavours rather than trying to hide them. All our coffees have a natural sweetness, rather than a burnt or bitter taste.

    The coffees we source are all unique from one another. For instance, the altitude the coffee is grown at makes a huge difference to the natural taste. Across the globe, the farmers we source our coffee beans from are constantly working hard to ensure they are giving us a great product. In honour of their work, we also work hard to produce a product our customers will love.

  • The Nuts and Bolts

    Nuts and Bolts

    Roast Style: Medium/Dark

    Location: Akumajaa, Asociacion de Caficultores del Centro del Cauca por la Paz (ACC)

    Varietal(s): Colombia, Castillo & Caturra

    Processing: Washed

    Altitude: 1700-2100 metres above sea level

    Country: Colombia, Piendamo, Cauca

    Certification: Speciality

    Score: 84


    Score: 84

    What does this all mean? Check out our Jargon Buster.

  • Why buy speciality coffee from us?

    Everyone who drinks speciality coffee from us is supporting coffee farmers in its country of origin.  We always pay between 30 and 150% more than the ‘going rate’ for our green coffee. We do this so the farmers get more revenue for their crops.  This results in the opportunity for better living conditions and an even better harvest next year.

    When it comes to the supply chain, we like to keep this as short as possible too. Keeping it short means that more can be given back to the workers and their farms.

    So keep it up. You really are helping.

  • Where does the name come from?

    This name was decdied upon from an avid Two chimps fan – what a random name -we LOVE it!

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