Savour your brew and support women and sustainability. Selectively harvested by female coffee growers in Brazil, this whole bean coffee is dried in the sun, leaving behind fresh notes of summer berries, balanced with crispy citrus undertones.
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.
100% natural, yellow topaz, 1140 MASL, direct from Brazil. Plus 50% simbu washed, typica, arusha, bourbon, caturra, >1600 MASL from smallholder farmers in Papua New Guinea.
What's kept out.
GMO ingredients, pesticides.
Did you know?
Did you know that while genetic modification can help make plants more resilient, some studies have linked GMO foods and pesticides to organ damage, gastrointestinal illnesses and immune system disorders? We’d rather skip those in our morning routine.
Proudly grown in Papua New Guinea.
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.