NEW Peruvian house espresso produced in San Martín
Macadamia, butterscotch and white grape
10% DONATED TO TREEDOM
Introducing our latest house espresso Greenhouse. A beautiful example of Peruvian coffee that tastes good, does good, feels good.
We'll be donating 10% of each Greenhouse sale to support Treedom's global agroforestry projects and grow our very own virtual forest.
The forest will span four of Treedom's supported countries - Kenya, Colombia, Malawi and Tanzania.
With the help of you lovely lot, the forest will become home to coffea, papaya, cacao and guava, each species carefully selected by Treedom to support farmer needs.
We'll be able to plant 1 tree per 5 kilos of Greenhouse we sell, and you'll be able to track the impact of your purchase via the Odd Kin Virtual Forest.
We've planted 13 trees so far, help us achieve our goal of 100 trees!
|Region:||San Martín, northern Peru|
|Altitude:||1,250 - 1,330 MASL|
|Varietal:||Catimor and Caturi|
|Tasting Notes:||Macadamia, Butterscotch, White Grape|
|Sizes:||250g or 1kg|
Grown in Peru's third largest coffee producing region San Martín, Greenhouse is a clean washed coffee with beaut buttery notes of macadamia, butterscotch and sweet white grape.
It works well across all milk-based coffees, yet it is delicate enough to sing as an espresso or on filter.
Treedom is a certified B corp and the world’s first digital platform that allows individuals to plant trees remotely. Through geotagging, Treedom’s supporters can follow the story of their trees, the projects they're part of and learn more about planted species.
Since the platform's foundation in 2010, over 3 million trees have been planted across Africa, South America and Europe. All trees are planted directly by local farmers to bring environmental, social and benefits to their communities.
🇵🇪 Peru & Volcafe Way
Peru is a coffee flavour volcano on the verge of erupting and we’re in it for the ride. We’ve been able to roast Greenhouse with help from our friends at Volcafe, a green importer that has been working with Peruvian coffee producers since 2014.
Despite Peru having the ideal topography and terroir for coffee growing, climate change, deforestation and unsustainable farming practices threaten the future of coffee in this region.
Through Volcafe’s farmer support programme, Volcafe Way, over 2,500 coffee producers have been supported with agronomy training and sustainable business models for future generations to build on.
We’ve launched Greenhouse with three aims:
- To raise funds and awareness for agroforestry projects
- To shine a light on the important work of our sustainable import partners
- To showcase all that speciality Peruvian coffee has to offer
Tastes Good. Does Good. Feels Good. Enjoy folks!