1. Brazil Yellow Bourbon Fazenda Dutra Jatoba Pulped Natural Semi Washed Award Winning Coffee.

Coffee farm, Fazenda Dutra is located at Matas de Minas. This farm’s owner, Esnilson Alves Dutra and his family are proud with their farm because it has often been awarded with COE or illy cafe Espresso Coffee Quality Awards Brazil. Their coffees are also certified by the BSCA (Brazil Specialty Coffee Association).

Pulped Natural is the general coffee processing in Brazil. Different from traditional sun drying (natural process), the fruit pulp is removed before it gets dried, that making the drying process more quickly and lesser chance to get defected while the sweetness of the coffee bean is preserved.

2. Brazil Natural Fazenda Lago Azul – Jaqueline A. Andrade

Coffee farmer, Jacqueline A. Andrade plants the coffee within a microlot at Fazmdeda Lago Azul (Corrego Indaia). He uses the natural process method to remove the pulp from coffee fruit to coffee seed. And his coffee successfully scored 83.1 point in the cupping test.

3. Brazil Semi Washed Corrego Espraiados – Almezina Alves Ferreira

Almezina Alves Ferreira plants his coffee at Corrego Espraiados, where the coffee growing in an ideal condition with gentle high altitude weather on a beautiful mountain. Almezina's microlot farm is located Martins Soares, where the coffee beans are being processed. Washed process is general in the country.

4. Brazil Natural Corrego Do Espraiado – Israel Januario Da Silva

Brazil natural sun-dried coffee bean, planted by Israel Januario Da Silva, at the Corrego De Espariado. His bean has collected the cupping score at 82.6, flavor and taste balanced.

5. Brazil Semi washed Cachoeira Alta – Moacir Pereira Lima Junior

Under the mother ground of the world largest coffee production, Moacir Pereira Lima Junior has lot of experiences on the coffee planting and cropping. He is farming at the at cachoeira Alta, Lajinha Minas’s highland.

6. Brazil Semi washed Sitio Bonsucesso – Jocenil Gomes

Jocenil Gomez scored 84.5 point for his coffee at the microlot farm, Sito Bonsucesso. Processing on the highland of Espirito Santo, he uses semi- washed process for his coffee bean to create a great cup of coffee.

7. Ethiopia Red Cherry Natural Yirgacheffe

The beautiful red cherry coffee growing at 1800, to 2000, above sea level. Under the Yirgacheffe's climate condition, the natural, sun-dried process, allow it to produce most of the flavor of Ethiopian Heirloom bean.

8. Ethiopia Amaro Gayo

In Amaro region, coffee is now developing with the only female miller/exporter, Asnakech Thomas. She has brought back her passion and ideas to Ethiopia and improves the coffee quality. The Amaro Gayo coffee grows at 1660m to 1800m high of forests. Asnakech puts her effort on processing the freshly picked cherry in her washing station to ensure every coffee bean is resulted in the best quality bean.

9. Ethiopia Washed MOCCA Yirgacheffe G2

Ethiopia Yirgacheffe coffee is having the signature of fruity and berries taste. (Fruity and berries flavour is the signature taste note of Ethiopia Yirgacheffe coffee.) In MOCCA plantation, they are focused on the old traditional planting process. That’s the reason of Yirgacheffe coffee has also got the hint of apricot and sweet stone fruit's taste note.

G2 is the term for coffee quality grading. Grade 2 refers to the premium quality in sizes and tastes of coffee beans. It has maximum of 3 quakers or 0-8 full defects within a batch.

10. Ethiopia Washed Sidamo

The Ethiopia Washed Sidamos harvested from the Sidamo province, a deep in forest in Kaffa. Using the natural mountain water washes off the cherry fruit, and only filter out the precious coffee beans.

11. Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Nat G1 Konga

The natural process Konga coffee growing on the 1800m to 2200 m above sea level and of Konga Zone Mountain. Konga zone is located in the south central portion of Ethiopia where near to Yirgacheffe. With the characteristic of Ethiopian Heirloom, the natural processed Konga Yirgacheffe is more brighter and clear acidity, fruity, berries, sweet fragrances.

12. Ethiopia Washed Limu

The Limu is located within the south west of Ethiopia. The Ethiopian Heirlooms coffee's sprit could be found in the Limu coffee. The berry-fruity acidy, floral and citus aromas are the hints to identify the Limu coffee.

13. Kenya AA Top Asali

Kenya AA top Asali come from the Aberdare Ranges farm in Thika region, where it is located at the South Kenya, and 1675m above sea level. The varietal of coffee trees here are SL28 and SL34, which the secret behind the great cup of Kenyan coffee.

In Kenya coffee grade, AA refers to the bean is large enough by filter out from Grade 16 sieve but yet, still able to pass through the Grade 18 sieve.

14. Kenya AB Plus

The Kenya AB plus coffee come from the two well-known premium coffee plantation regions, Nyeri and Kirinyaga. The coffee farmers harvested their coffee on the 1600m of Mt Kenya. The SL28 and SL34 coffee trees are growing on the volcanic soil and consistent temperatures.

15. El Salvador El Mojon Farm Bourbon (P3247I)

El Mojon is located at the Apaneca Liamatepec. Apaneca Liamatepec is located in volcano region where near to the Volcano Santa Anna. The rich volcanic soil provides the coffee plantation the best farming ground. That is the reason why Apaneca Liampatepec became one of great coffee origin.

16. Guatemala San Vicente Pacaya Speciality

San Vicente Pacaya is a municipality which located 45km from Guatemala City. The Volcano Pacaya provides the coffee the natural volcanic soil and high altitude mountain temperature for growing the Arabica coffee.

17. Guatemala SHB Antigua Pastoral

Antigua coffee is mostly recognized as coffee of the Guatemala. The coffee is planted on the volcanic and pumice highland which between 1500m to 1700m. Fully-washed Catura and Bourbon coffee are heavily produced every year, to satisfy the large amount of Guatemala coffee-lovers around the world.

The SHB, Strictly Hard Bean, is refers to the beans grown at high altitudes mature more slowly and grow to be harder and denser than beans grown at lower altitude.

18. Colombia Excelso Huila

Huila region is located at the southwest Colombia, next to the Cauca region. The coffee varieties are mostly Caturra but some are Typica and Castillo. They use the traditional sun-drying or fully-washed to processing the coffee beans.

Excelso is one of the coffee terms used in Colombia coffee. Excelso is referred to the grade of the coffee sizes, the coffee beans are able to pass through the Grade 16 (16/64” diameter) sieve but larger than the size 14 (14/64” diameter) sieve perforation.

19. Colombia Excelso Huila Garzon El Cedro

Garzon, the town of the Huila department in Colombia, is the important coffee trading central for the coffee farmers. The coffee farmers brought their finished crops and gathering at this market for the prices. El Cedro is one of a 2.5 hectares microlot farm in the Campo bello.

20. Colombia Excelso Huila Garzon El Agucate

El Agucate is one of the microlot farms in Huila’s Garzon, also a coffee buying station. There is a 3 hectares coffee farm at 1470m altitude high hill. The Las Mercedes farmers would be packing their crops and sent to the milling plant at Ibague, Tolima after the harvest.

21. Colombia Supremo

In the Cauca region (also known as Popayan), the farmers have been planted the Arabica, Typica and Caturra, for the most traditional cup of Americano.

Supremo is used in the Colombia coffee grading. Supremo is referred to those beans’ size is between Grade 18 (18/64” diameter) to Grade 16 (16/64” diameter) sieve. In other words, the Supremo bean is slightly bigger than Excelso bean.

22. Costa Rica AMAPOLA Tarrazu

Costa Rica, a central Amarica country, where with perfect sunlight from the equatorial belt, water and rainfall season from the Pacific Ocean and also the good temperature due to the high altitude central mountain range. The natural given geographic characteristic make Costa Rica become one of the important coffee planting countries.

23. Costa Rica DOTA Tarrazu

DOTA, Coope Dota R.L is located at south of San Jose, in the Tarrazu coffee region. The farms are mainly volcanic. Due to the Costa Rica Pacific watershed, coffee trees are geographically having the rainy and dry season. The natural rainfall makes enough of watering to the farm during the season. 1500m to 1800m high altitude is also providing a designed temperature and sunlight for coffee growing.

24. Tanzania Tembo Tembo Estate

Tembo Tembo estate is located at the slopes of Mount Oldeani, north-west of Tanzania. It is covered in the Karatu district or about 3 hrs drive from the Arusha city. On the 1700m and higher hill, you can found the tranditional Bourbon and Kent coffee trees.

25. Indonesia Blue Java TP G1 Papandayan Estate

Papandayan Estate is located at West Java. The Papandayan Mountain is an active volcanic mountain in Garut regency. The volcanic soil coved mountain,the farmers have started planting Arabica trees at 1200m to 1700m above sea level. The farmers in Garut village use the dry hulled method process the old typical coffee.

G1 is the Specialty Coffee Grade which with no primary defect or 0-3 full defect, and mostly some equal bean size within the screen, which are also free from the cup faults and taints.

26. Indonesia Mandheling Triple Pick

Mandheling is the most popular Arabica coffee from the Indonesia. The volcanic soil type and 1200m to 1400m at high altitude environment is perfect for the growth of Arabica bean. Mandheling has gathered the greatest green beans from the Sumatra Island and normally involved different varieties of coffee, like Bourbon, Tim Tim, P88, Ateng and others.

Triple Picked (TP) referring to the number of times the coffee is hand-picked for defects. This extra quality control results in a very consistent cup including only.