Fancy a tease? Boy have we got the perfect little treat for you.
Three perfectly formed 125g bags of each of the processes from our partners in the Tiko Collective in Malawi. Choose your grind setting and we will get them out to you to taste and compare. Need brewing tips drop us a message for the perfect one.
This is the culmination of three years of discussion and planning and lots of action. We met Cameron, one of the co-founders and directors of MF Coffee project around 3 years ago and he was looking to sell the coffee from the farmers he met while living in Malawi directly to roasters. After a lot of discussion and some collaborative coffee work for the Project we set about commissioning our first ever coffee directly with the farmers.
From the land surrounding Junju villiage, at an altitude of 1370 meters, a variety of small holders contribute coffee to the Tiko Collective and the MF Coffee Project. We selected a catimor varietal from them, which was processed in the MF wash station (situated on Knowells farm) in 3 different ways. It was then dried on raised African drying beds down to 10% moisture content before being bagged and shipped to the hulling plant. Josh and Lyson rented a big old truck and drove the harvest from the wash station down the mountains to be loaded up for its journey to us personally.
Josh is the star of most of the videos we posted during the harvest season as the coffee was being processed, Lyson is the person responsible for making their first ever anaerobic processed coffee happen for us. All of them are directors of the project alongside Cameron and locals to the area.
Please check out the single listings for all the extra information on each coffee