We currently import single origin coffee from both the North and South of Malawi
Our journey began in the North. Here our geisha coffee beans are grown in perfect conditions 1300m up on Livingstonia Plateau, in Rumphi district, overlooking beautiful Lake Malawi. The geisha trees themselves were imported from Ethiopia in the 1930s and with our help it has been possible to export this wonderful coffee outside Africa and share it with the rest of the world for the first time. The coffee is hand picked and is processed using the ‘washed process’.
We have recently diversified our range and are now excited to offer a new blend of red cattura and red cattuai, both sourced from the Thyolo District in Southern Malawi. Here the region is perhaps more famous for its tea, but the conditions in the hills are also perfect for coffee production. These beans are grown at an altitude of 1100m to 1150m and are also processed using the ‘washed process’.
As we look to the future, we will continue to work with our farmer partners whilst exploring Malawi to uncover and bring to the wider world more interesting undiscovered coffee.