Filter Coffee Bundle
This bundle includes:
- 1 x 250g bag of Mwiria (Kenya)
- 1 x 250g bag of Santa Isabel (Guatemala)
Origin: Embu, Kenya
Varieties: SL28, SL34, ruiru 11 & batian
Producers: Central Ngandori Coffee Farmers’ Cooperative Society (FCS)
Relationship length: since 2020
Origin: Cobán, Guatemala
Producer: Luis Valdés
Relationship length: since 2011
We strive to dispatch all orders within one working day of your order.
Express Post Post is $9.95 and Standard Post is FREE for orders over $50 Australia-wide.
We also offer Xpress to You courier service which delivers items in 1-3 days in Metro Melbourne.
In addition we offer Click and Collect from our Weston St Roastery in Brunswick East, Monday - Friday between 8am till 3pm. Orders are usually ready within 24 hours.
Please note, Australia Post is experiencing delays so parcels might take longer to reach you.
Enjoy two of our filter coffees with this special filter coffee bundle! As our coffee offering changes seasonally to ensure you’re brewing the freshest beans, our bundle line-up changes accordingly. In this bundle you’ll get one 250g bag of Mwiria from Kenya, and one 250g bag of Santa Isabel from Guatemala.
Mwiria is a washing station (or ‘factory’, as they’re called locally) owned by the Central Ngandori Coffee Farmers’ Cooperative Society and located in Embu County, Central Kenya. 1000 co-op members grow their coffee on small parcels of land (averaging one hectare in size) that benefit from the area’s nutrient-rich soil, high elevations and cool climate. At harvest time, the ripe coffee cherries are picked and delivered to Mwiria to be meticulously washed processed.
Coffees from Embu are known for having a bright acidity in the cup, and ‘classic’ Kenyan flavours like blackberry and lime. We think this coffee represents the very best of the region, with its sparkling acidity, floral complexity and delicious apricot sweetness.
Santa Isabel was produced by the Valdés family in Guatemala. The family’s farm was founded in 1875 and today it is owned by Luis Valdés Sr, and managed by his son Luis Jr, whose nickname is Wicho. Growing up watching and helping his father on the farm, Wicho fell in love with coffee from a young age. He later went on to study Agriculture before returning to work on the farm. Wicho is fastidious in his approach to farming and processing, and he is continually evaluating and investing in farm improvements and infrastructure to enhance quality.
These days, Wicho has three kids of his own, and they spend their weekends and school holidays with him on the farm. "I hope they will find a love for coffee like I did," he says.
Please note that our coffee bundles are an online exclusive offer and are not available for purchase in our shops. Coffee substitutions are unfortunately not possible, and bundles ship to one address.