Discover our Award Winning Signature Gold. Rich, bold & balanced. Notes of Creamy Chocolate & Caramel. Go on, give it a shot.
100% Direct Trade, 100% Arabica, 100% Rainforest Alliance Certified.
Perfect way to kick start your morning routine with milky/oat milk or black coffees. Roasted for espresso & bean to cup machines or stronger filter coffees.
"I'm full on addicted to this gorgeous blend that ticks every box for me. Epic flavour, silky texture and an absolute favourite with all my friends and family when drinking it" - thank you Rob!
A carefully crafted coffee, deliciously medium/dark roasted for a full-bodied taste.
Crafted to order in our Great Taste Award Winning roastery for maximum freshness
Championing single estate, small farms,
100% Arabica, Rainforest Alliance Certified, speciality coffee beans, organically grown
Safely packaged in fully resealable & recyclable bags, to stay fresher for longer
- Fast delivery via Royal Mail, shipped same day
What you need to know:
- Delicious creamy chocolate and caramel notes, characterised by a natural sweetness.
- Rich, smooth, well-rounded darker roast
- Acidity - Soft
- Body - Full
- We plant a tree for every single order, over 2,000 planted so far, swap your regular coffee supply for a planet friendly brew.
"Delicious, a new favourite. Really lovely smooth brew. Nice and strong but not bitter. A new favourite for sure." - thank you Hannah!
WBR Promise - in the unlikely event you do not enjoy your coffee, simply let us know and one of our team will refund or replace this for you, without a quibble. Discover amazing taste, risk free.
OWNERS – Gabriel e Flavia & Lancha de Oliveira
ALTITUDE GROWN – 1270 meters above sea level
LOCATION – Cristais Paulistas, Alta Mogiana, Sao Paulo
PROCESS – Natural process, sun dried, 30 days resting period
CERTIFICATIONS - Rainforest Alliance Certified and Alta Mogiana Specialty Coffee Association (AMSC)
VARIETY – Catucai
SCA SCORE - 85 - regarded as "Excellent"
This 'Fazenda' (farm) is owned and run by the Oliveira family in the Alta Mogiana region, Brazil. They focus on producing specialty and high end coffees with acute attention to all areas of production, including the environmental and social aspects of their business.
The farm is relatively small with 20% constituting of a protected nature reserve for the native species. The farm is fertilised with organic compounds as the main source of amino acids, to increase the productivity and quality of crops.
On the farm they specialise in one variety of coffee - Catucai. As well as planting eucalyptus and mahogany trees to provide shade and a useful source of timber.
The sweetness of the coffee is a result of the coffee varietal Catucai and the 'natural' processing method. The sugar in the coffee cherry is passed on to the bean as the coffee cherries are dried together, removing the husks just after the coffee reaches a perfect humidity of 11.5 %.
I'm Perfect for:
Great for Espresso & Bean to Cup such as Sage or ground for a French Press/Filter or Moka Pot. Works well with or without milk. Also excellent with Oat milk.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
What strength is the coffee?
We advise this coffee to be a strength of 3.5 out of 5. Punchy but not over powering.
Are the beans oily?
No, these beans are not oily, if you have particularly sensitive machine/equipment, these beans should be perfect.
Where to store the coffee?
We recommend storing the coffee in a cool, dark, dry cupboard, before you open them. Once opened, reseal the bag and store in the same way.
How many coffees do the bags serve?
250g - serves 13-15 coffees. 500g - serves 26-30 coffees. 1kg - serves 55-65 coffees. We recommend one kilo bag to serve 2 coffees a day, to last a month.
What's the best before date?
All our coffees are roasted to order, meaning they couldn't be fresher and will stay tasty for at least 6 months, unopened and up to 6 weeks once opened (as long as resealed).
Why plant trees?
- Restoring animals’ habitats, which, in turn helps increase biodiversity by giving endemic species the chance to thrive
- Removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by putting it back into the plants and soil, and therefore helping to reduce global warming
- Cleaning the air by removing pollutant gases such as nitrogen oxides, ammonia, sulphur dioxide and ozone by trapping these gases in their leaves and bark
- Restoring local ecosystems that have been destroyed by deforestation or other external factors
- Reducing the impact of flooding and soil erosion, which helps to protect nearby communities and their livelihoods
- Providing an income for tree planters in lower income countries.