Farmhand roast only ethically sourced and transparently traded coffees, aiming for the highest traceability accessible for each origin. They also work closely with producers and exporters, to collaborate and offer the best deal to the farmer, the producer and the customer. All their packaging is compostable and a coffee lovers dream, with detailed labels with origin, towns, altitude, tasting notes, the amount of producers, farm size, when it was harvested and shipped, even down the the very day it was roasted.
We currently stock three versions in store, in both bean and ground form. The purple label Peru Dolores Concepcion, namesake of farmer Dolores who runs the 4.5ha farm producing this fine example of Peruvian coffee. Flavours of cacao nibs and passion fruit, citric acidity and juicy mouthfeel finished with notes of sweet rum and raisins. Next is the yellow label Cafe Monte Verde, started by husband-wife duo, Alfonso Tejada and Karen Araoz. Flavours of red berries and cocoa, juicy mouthfeel followed by notes of panela. And finally, the Colombia Quindio Sugarcane decaf, with notes of peach and white chocolate.
Ideal as a gift in a trio, or pair with a handmade coffee spoon
by woodturner Eoghan Leadbetter, or stoneware mugs by 9 Yard Ceramics for the ultimate coffee lover.