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A medium / dark ground coffee blend from Ethiopia, Congo & Brazil. Notes of chocolate truffle, brown sugar and toasted nut. This coffee is sustainably sourced and packaged in a compostable, plastic-free bag.
- Medium / dark roast
- Grown at 900-2,200m above sea level
- Compostable packaging under the OK compost HOME standard
- Donates to 1% For The Planet
- Contains 200g
This blend is a medium dark roast with sweet notes. All of the coffee sourced by Alpaca is responsibly sourced, with fair living wages and vetting their partners.
This coffee is sourced from the Andes and Central Africa. The coffee beans from the Congo, are sourced from Mr Olive Mudekereza in the South Kivu region. The Brazilian beans are sourced from brothers, Márcio Custódio and Izonel Junior, the founders of the Brazil Fazenda Cetec farm, and the Ethiopian beans come from smallholder farmers by the river Awah in the Sidamo region of southern Ethiopia.
Alpaca Coffee is packaged plastic-free in home compostable coffee bags. The outside layer is unbleached kraft paper, the inner lining and labels are a cellulose made from renewable wood pulp, and the zipper & valve are 'bioplastic' made from sugarcane, cassava or corn.
Alpaca have neutralised the carbon footprint of this coffee through certified carbon removal projects, and they donate to 1% For The Planet, by giving 1% of their profits to environmental causes.
Ground coffee works well in a Cafetiere (French Press), Expresso Maker or Filter. Pair this ground coffee with a reusable coffee filter for a guilt-free pick me up.
200g ground coffee
Alpaca Coffee was born out of the quest to bring people delicious coffee from South America, without the plastic pollution. Victoria has created a brand that delivers both. By donating 1% of their profits to environmental causes, using plastic-free packaging, and neutralising the carbon footprint of their coffee, they've done all the thinking for you. Get the kettle on.
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