Make Mum smile this Mother’s Day with an extra special brew. With luscious black cherry, smooth caramel, and a zing of lime topped with floral black tea. What’s not to love?


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The Nuts and Bolts
  • Roast Style

    Light & Fruity

  • Location

    Ryirengeye Hill, Kayanza, Burundi

  • Varietal(s)


  • Processing


  • Altitude


  • Certificate


  • Cup Score


  • What does this all mean?

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  • Tastes Like

    Make Mum smile this Mother’s Day with an extra special brew. With luscious black cherry, smooth caramel, and a zing of lime topped with floral black tea. What’s not to love?

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  • How to Brew

    While this coffee tastes awesome in every device, our favourites are a filter or cafetiere.

    Head over to our brew guides for making coffee for more info.

  • Behind the Scenes

    PandamoniMUM is sourced from smallholder producers on Ryirengeye Hill in Kayanza, Burundi. These farmers are supported by Cafex, a project focusing on coffee production in ancestral lands, guiding them to sustainable practices that improve and protect the local population. Whilst most coffee producers wait many months to receive final payment for their harvest, Cafex has created a weekly payment schedule with no delay, giving growers a regular income throughout the coffee harvest. Hurrah!

    This coffee is harvested by selecting the ripest cherries from daily pickings. The fruit is pulped, dry fermented for 14 hours, and thoroughly washed. The local washing station for these beans provides both men and women with job opportunities. With families working seasonal jobs having the opportunity to receive extra income, gaining access to medical care or educational resources such as books.

    After washing, the beans are dried on raised beds. First, in the shade before moving into full sunlight for approximately 20 days. The coffee is routinely turned to maintain consistency throughout the drying process. Once the beans have reached the optimum moisture, the coffee is packaged and stored before being exported to us at Two Chimps. Our expert roasters then work their magic to turn these beans into our uber-beautiful Mother’s Day brew!

  • What does the score mean?

    We only source speciality coffee at Two Chimps, as we only want the best of the best! Coffee is deemed a speciality when marked by Q Graders, who conduct an in-depth cupping process, marking the coffee based on aroma, mouth feel, taste, and more. If a coffee scores below 80, it is viewed as commodity, with anything 80+ earning the title of speciality.

    Take a look at our cupping page to learn more about this process.

  • Roasting

    Fresh, carefully roasted coffee beans are what you want. Over-roasting is like scorching your toast big time – you get flavours that are bitter and burnt.

    We never over-roast any of our coffees here at TC. Why? Because we don’t need to. All our beans are speciality arabica and hand-picked to ensure peak ripeness. Ripe beans are naturally sweet (think about a ripe, burstingly juicy blackberry), so provide us with delicious layers of flavour to highlight in the roasting process.

    Compare this to supermarket stuff and instant blends, which are often over-roasted to mask the unpleasant taste of low-grade robusta beans. Over-roasting hides these bad tastes… but replaces them with burnt ones!

    Choose speciality Two Chimps instead, and you’ll find a cup bursting with bright flavour and natural sweetness!


  • The Nuts and Bolts

    Roast Style: Medium/Medium Dark

    Location: Ryirengeye Hill, Kayanza

    Varietal(s): Bourbon

    Processing: Washed

    Altitude: 1,850

    Country: Burundi

    Certification: Speciality

    Score: 85

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  • Why buy speciality coffee from us?

    Choose speciality Two Chimps, and you’re not just getting insanely delicious coffee from a cool indie business. You’re doing a mighty amount of good for people and the planet! 👨‍🌾🌏

    We mindfully source your coffee from small farms and estates and pay 30-150% more than the going rate – this means more gets back to the farmers. It also means we go above and beyond Fairtrade standards!

    Did you know your Two Chimps coffee is carbon-neutral, too? We’ve recently partnered with Positive Planet to offset all the carbon emissions in your cup, because the world needs to take priority. We all have a responsibility to do our bit – and now you can do it in the most delicious way possible!

  • Where does the name come from?

    Think of the chaos that Mum deals with on a day-to-day basis; however, forget Pandamonium; this is PandamoniMUM – she’s totally got this!

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