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Grown by the Cecovasa cooperative situated on the edge of the Amazon Rainforest, on the foothills of the Andes Mountains. This Peruvian coffee is lighter in texture than other Central American coffees but has a lovely lasting nutty flavour with a good body and excellent sweetness.

  • Organic
  • Fairtrade
  • Kosher
  • Strength: Medium
  • Suitable for filters & cafetieres

With over 75 years of experience, Smith’s Coffee Company is a family run business which offers a comprehensive range of freshly roasted coffee beans from around the world. The company has a growing reputation for providing the highest standards of quality and service whilst maintaining a competitive pricing policy.

The coffee beans originate from exotic locations around the world famous for their wonderful coffee production and offer a delightful complexity of flavours and aromas.  Beans are roasted to order at the company’s Hemel Hempstead factory in Hertfordshire and shipped out the next day to ensure optimum freshness and exceptional taste.

The Natural Coffee Company range was created in 2002 to promote the sales of ethical Fairtrade and organic coffees which are certified and registered with the Fairtrade Foundation Soil Association.

Country of Origin: Peru. Roasted and packed in the UK.

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