Espresso

Caravan Decaf Espresso
Finca Santa Ana la Huerta, Guatemala
A sweet clean coffee with notes of cherry and marzipan

The farm of Finca Santa Ana la Huerta sits in the lush, rain drenched Eastern highlands of Guatemala. Located at an altitude of 1,370 to 1,820 the farm is planted with Caturra, Bourbon and Catimor varietals which are hand picked and fully washed.

The coffee is then sent to the Mountain Water facility in Mexico where it goes through a non-chemical decaffeination process using clear pure waters from the highest mountain in Mexico. The result of this natural process is a coffee that is 99.9% caffeine free.

Caravan Espresso
Market Blend

Fazenda Lambari, Brazil (Pulp Natural Process)
Finca El Bosque, Guatemala (Fully Washed)

Medium roasted with good balanced acidity, dried cranberry and milk chocolate sweetness. When combined with milk expect butter cookie notes and a caramel finish.

Single Origin

Filter, Aeropress, Chemex, Syphon
Bolivia - Finca Miranda
South America
Farm:Finca Miranda
Region:Inquisivi
Varietal:Caturra Catuai Tipica
Processing:Fully washed and dried on patio
Clean and sweet with notes of milk chocolate and a creamy finish

Bertha Boyan de Miranda has been farming coffee at Finca Miranda since 1965. Now 70 years old, she still works on the farm with the help of her husband and children, who assist during harvest. The farm lies at 1,800 metres above sea level in the mountanous and lush Inquisivi region. The coffee grows in the shade of native forest trees, providing habitat for the many birds and insects that can be seen on the farm.

The coffee cherries are picked by hand when fully ripe, washed and sun dried on a patio. The main harvest runs from April to August.

Brazil - Fazenda Samambaia
South America
Farm:Fazenda Samambaia
Region:Sul de Minas
Varietal:Mondo Novo
Processing:Pulped natural, dried on patio
Citrus acidity, sweet and creamy, notes of pear, medium body

The cool, green hills of Sul de Minas provide the ideal conditions for coffee growing, producing some of Brazil's finest beans. Farmer, Henrique Dias Cambraia is committed to the production of high quality coffee and responsible and environmentally sustainable proccesses. He employs individualised phytosanitary controls of the planting fields and quality control training programs involving his whole team.

El Salvador - El Borbollon
Central America
Farm:Le Reforma & El Cerro
Region:Santa Ana Volcano
Varietal:100% Bourbon
Processing:Fully washed and sun dried
Apple acidity, cherry notes, sweet medium body

The Alvarez family have been growing coffee in El Salvador for over 100 years. Their award-winning farms are located in the lush green hills of Santa Ana and are rich in volcanic soils with a mild climate, providing ideal conditions for growing great coffee. The beans which together make up El Borbollon come from two small neighbouring farms - La Reforma and El Cerro. They are hand-picked and collected in traditional hand weaved baskets from December to March.

The Alvarez family offer considerable support to local communities, including schools and health clinics provided free on their farms. The family is also committed to developing sustainable practices in order to protect and preserve the natural environment.

Kenya - Gethumbwini AB
Africa
Farm:Gethumbwini Estate
Region:Thika
Varietal:K7 SL 28 SL 34
Processing:Fully washed and dried on African Beds
Bright acidity, citrus lime, caramel, medium body

Gethumbwini Estate farm is located in the foothills of the Aberdare Ranges, overlooking the Chania River, 40kms north of Nairobi. The estate is situated at an altitude of 1,800m in an area rich in red volcanic soil, making it an ideal quality coffee producing area. The coffees are processed by hulling facilities, offering employment to some 100 full time staff and a further 200 seasonal workers. Processing is carried out by wet pulping. The coffee then undergoes overnight fermentation before it is then washed, soaked, skin-dried and then sun-dried, after which it is stored in conditioning bins until milled.

Rwanda - Musasa
Africa
Farm:Musasa Cooperative
Region:Ruli sector, Rushashi District
Varietal:Red Bourbon
Processing:Fully washed and sun dried
A lively coffee with ripe sweetness and black cherry notes.

A Cooperative in the highlands of northern Rwanda since 2003, Musasa is now one of the countries largest cooperatives. Musasa produces consistantly excellent coffee with bright acidity and complexity due to the ideal growing conditions for the 100% red bourbon coffee trees and the meticulous attention to detail by the farmers.

Musasa is part of a group of cooperatives assisted by the PEARL (The Partnership for Enhancing Agriculture in Rwanda through Linkages) program, which has done essential work in rebuilding the coffee farming industry, focusing the attention on quality, rather than quantity.

Tanzania - Kilimanjaro AA Tarakea
Africa
Farm:Tarakea Rural Cooperative Society
Region:Kilimanjaro
Varietal:Bourbon type variety N39
Processing:Fully washed
Creamy mouthfeel and mild acidity with notes of berry fruit and sweet molasses

Produced by the Tarakea Rural Cooperative Society, which is made up of several hundred smallholder farmers, the coffee is farmed on the North Eastern slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro at 1,400 - 1,700 metres above sea level. In not dissimilar fashion to many of the vineyards in Burgundy, the land is passed down to each generation, meaning some farms are one acre in size.