Sale! brasile San Antonio prova

Brasile San Antonio

15,50 11,00

Roasted coffee beans

Origin: Brazil

Region: Cerrado Mineiro

Producer: Danilo Henriqurle de Faria

Cultivar: Oeiras

Altitude: 1,300 mt.

Method: Natural

Notes: Honey, wine, strawberry, raspberry

250 g pack

Sale! Cherry 2018


28,00 19,00

Toasted coffee beans

“Cherry” blend: 87% Arabica 13% Canephora

Origins: Brazil Cerrado Dulce 17/18 NY2, Colombia Supremo, Ethiopia Sidamo Gr.2, India Cherry.

Notes: Sweet and full-bodied, medium acidity, dark chocolate, almond and black cherry

Bags: 1 Kg

Sale! Cherry 2018

Cherry Blend – Ground for Moka

8,50 6,00

The proposal of Little Bean extends also to the option “Ground for Moka” in a bag of 250 gr. Cherry is the gourmet blend signed by the artisans of quality coffee. A name that immediately brings to mind the colors and scents of the plantations. An aromatic and full-bodied coffee like the “cherries” of coffee …
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Sale! Etichetta Wolichu Wachu Guji

Ethiopia Guji Wolichu Wachu

17,00 12,00


This coffee comes from the Wolichu Wachu washing station, founded in 2017 and able to serve 4,500 small local producers in the city of Haro Wachu and the surrounding areas. We are, in fact, to be precise, in the Urga district of Guhi in the region of Oromia, in Ethiopia. Here the average producer cultivates half a hectare of land and delivers the coffee, in the form of cherry, to the washing station, where it is worked if necessary.

Working process

Natural lots, like this one, are sorted, then left to dry on raised beds for 8-15 days when the weather is clear and 15-20 days when the weather is cloudy. According to the director of the washing station, 90% of the coffee delivered to the factory is Bourbon and 10% is Typica. While these are two varieties better known in Central and South America, the same terms are used colloquially in Ethiopia to describe some “cultivars” resistant to coffee and berry defects.

The expert’s advice

The Ethiopia Guji Wolichu Wachu has the highest yield in both espresso and filter, and is also recommended in Ibrik. All the above methods enhance the hints of this coffee, which has reached the Sca score of 87.25.

Sale! Halu Ethiopia

Ethiopia Halu

18,00 14,50

Roasted coffee beans

Origin: Ethiopia

Region: Gedeb, Yirgacheffe

Producer: Halu Beriti Washing Station

Cultivar: Heirloom

Altitude: 2,100 – 2,300 mt.

Method: Natural

Notes: Toffee, berries, cherries

250 g. bag

Sale! farmer

Farmer Blend – Ground for Moka

8,00 5,50

Roasted Coffee Beans

Blend 90% Arabica 10% Robusta)

Origins: 90% Brasile Santos Alpha 17/18 ; 10% Vietnam Selected Gr. 1

Notes: Sweet and bodied, low acidity, milk chocolate, hazelnut

Bag 250 g.

Confezione: 250 g.

Sale! picker

Picker Blend – Ground for Moka

9,00 6,50

Roasted Coffee Beans

Blend “Picker”: 100% Arabica

Origins: Brasile Santos Alpha 17/18, Colombia Supremo, Ethiopia Sidamo Gr.2

Notes: Sweet and bodied, medium acidity, white chocolate, almond and white peach

Bags: 250 g.

Sale! Rwanda 2020

Rwanda Nyabumera

19,00 15,50

Roasted coffee beans

Origin: Rwanda

Region: Nyamasheke District, Mahembe Sector, Western Province

Producer: Nyabumera Washing Station

Cultivar: Catuai Caturra

Altitude: 1,600 – 2,000 mt.

Method: Fully Washed

Notes: Red grapes, watermelon, tart

250 g. bag

Sumatra Nyra


Roasted coffee beans

Origin: Sumatra – Indonesia

Region: Purba

Producer: Lisa & Leo’s Organic Coffee

Variety: Typica

Altitude: 1,400 – 1,500 m.

Method: Fully Washed

Notes: Toffee, red apple, malt, almond, vanilla nougat

250 g. bag

Costa Rica San Antonio Community


Toasted coffee beans

Origin: Costa Rica

Region: Leon Cortes

Cultivar: Caturra – Catuai

Altitude: 1700 – 1950m

Method: Fully Washed

Notes: Caramel, Mou, Green Grapes, Floral

250g bag

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