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Discovery Beans Subscription

Our current subscription whole beans from our Discovery genre, rotated monthly. Available in either espresso or filter roast.

The best way to experience the ever-changing, seasonal flavour palette of specialty coffee, with perfectly roasted filter or espresso beans shipped directly to your door.

  • 10% discount on all subscription beans
  • Fresh, seasonal coffee with a rotating monthly selection
  • Convenient delivery straight to your door
  • Flexible delivery frequency with no fixed subscription terms

              

    Current - Finca San Jorge

    A delightfully fruity washed Guatemalan offering of Caturra and Catuai.

    In the shade of the farm’s Ingas trees Jorge Arriola Serrano carefully cultivates his precious coffee crops. Inherited from his father who purchased the land in 1988, the future of the farm was not always as certain as it is today. With coffee prices waining there was a large incentive to sell up and leave, but Jorge stepped in with a vision for the farm.

    Now fifteen years later new processing methods and a vigilant approach to crop quality has seen the farm consistently produce outstanding offerings such as this, season-on-season.

    Discovery Beans Subscription

    Our current subscription whole beans from our Discovery genre, rotated monthly. Available in either espresso or filter roast.

    The best way to experience the ever-changing, seasonal flavour palette of specialty coffee, with perfectly roasted filter or espresso beans shipped directly to your door.

    • 10% discount on all subscription beans
    • Fresh, seasonal coffee with a rotating monthly selection
    • Convenient delivery straight to your door
    • Flexible delivery frequency with no fixed subscription terms

                

      Current - Finca San Jorge

      A delightfully fruity washed Guatemalan offering of Caturra and Catuai.

      In the shade of the farm’s Ingas trees Jorge Arriola Serrano carefully cultivates his precious coffee crops. Inherited from his father who purchased the land in 1988, the future of the farm was not always as certain as it is today. With coffee prices waining there was a large incentive to sell up and leave, but Jorge stepped in with a vision for the farm.

      Now fifteen years later new processing methods and a vigilant approach to crop quality has seen the farm consistently produce outstanding offerings such as this, season-on-season.