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Nicaragua

LA PRADERA

La Pradera is a fantastic 100% Red Caturra that explodes with flavour and stands out for filter brewing options. 3 times winner of the Cup of Excellence Nicaragua expect stone fruit notes and a refreshingly bright sweet orange acidity.
Origin: Dipilto, Nueva Segovia, Nicaragua
Roast: Medium
Strength: 3/5
Notes: Peach, Orange, Cashew
Brewing Method: Filter

250gr

Chanikuy_Peru

CHANIKUY

Chanikuy is a triple certified coffee from San Ignacio, Cajamarca, Peru. It is a medium bodied coffee with good acidity and lingering sweetness. Bright and fruity, with notes of toffee apple, marzipan, roasted hazelnuts, and caramel finish.
Origin: San Ignacio, Peru
Roast: Medium
Strength: 4/5
Notes: Toffee Apple - Marzipan - Caramel
Brewing Method: Espresso - Cafetiere

250gr

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LA ENCARNACION

La Encarnacion is a fair-trade organic single origin from Honduras' Coprocael Co-Op. The cup has lovely nutty flavours, dried figs and citrus fruit sweetness.
Origin: Honduras
Roast: Medium
Strength: 3/5
Notes: Grapefruit - Macadamia
Brewing Method: Filter

250gr

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MONSERRATE BLEND

Monserrate Blend is a deliciously bold coffee with stoned fruit sweetness, syrupy mouthfeel, and a lingering rich dark chocolate finish. Enjoy!
Origin: Colombia, Kenya & Sumatra
Roast: Medium
Strength: 3/5
Notes: Apricots - Dark Chocolate
Brewing Method: Espresso - Filter - Cafetiere

250gr

Pueblo Coffee was born in 2016 in London after a reunion of two life-long friends, passionate about coffee with a shared Italian and Venezuelan heritage. Fabio and Odo met in the 90’s while studying Mechanical Engineering, besides their career both were inspired by coffee and everything around it. From how it was sourced, the origins, brewing techniques, to their flavours and aromas.

Fast forward they both meet again in London, Fabio, an entrepreneur with more than a decade in the hospitality industry, and Odo, a food blogger/project manager, rekindling their shared passion for coffee.    
                 
In 2016 they launch Pueblo Coffee. They have come together with their families and other coffee passionates to produce consistent, fresh, high quality coffee that is presented with a unique brand image.
ABOUT US

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PUEBLO 

 

/ˈpwɛbləʊ/
Relating to or denoting the Pueblo or their culture.
From the Latin populus, meaning “town, village,” as well as “nation, people”.
“Pueblo is a Spanish word, one we were taught quite early while growing up in Venezuela. It means ‘people’ and we use it to show that Coffee in Latin America transcends all barriers, class and status. It is enjoyed in every household, as part of the ritual of our lives.