Wake up to a finely-ground coffee starring a velvety body, light floral notes and hints of sparkling orange and sweet caramel. With every sip, you’re supporting the livelihoods of women coffee growers across South America.
Supports the body's energy supply and mental performance (vitamin B2 and B3)
May help to promote good psychological health and maintain muscles bones and teeth (magnesium)
What goes in.
50% washed cauca and arabica mixed varietals, direct from the women coffee growers of Popayan, Colombia. Plus 50% washed catimor and tipica from the women of Lambayeque in northwest Peru.
What's kept out.
GMO ingredients, pesticides.
Did you know?
Did you know that tiny fungi called mycotoxins have been found in some commercial coffee? These mycotoxins have been linked to brain cell damage, hypertension and kidney disease. All from your morning cup. Why take the risk?
Graciously sourced from Columbia and Peru. Expertly roasted in Melbourne, Victoria.
23 Degrees Coffee Roasters
Sadly, most of the world’s coffee is produced in countries where women don’t have equal opportunities. Thankfully, 23 Degrees is doing something about it. This female-owned roasting business sources at least 50% of its coffee from women growers – giving talented craftspeople the chance to access new markets, a direct income, and a brighter future. They even pay farmers well above commodity and fair trade prices.. But 23 Degrees aren’t just about levelling the playing field. They’re also connoisseurs in pursuit of the perfect cup. By sourcing specialty-grade coffee from around the world, customers can experience regions and flavours beyond their local coffee shop.