South and Central America are last to start growing the coffee plant. The best Brazilian coffees are sweet, mild and medium-bodied, with very little acidity. They are very popular in espresso blends. Before 1900, Colombia didn’t grow coffee. By 1940, it competed with Brazil. Colombian coffee beans usually originates with the National Federation of Colombian Coffee Growers, a nationwide growers’ cooperative. Colombian coffee tends to be well balanced in flavour, rich in acidity and full-bodied.
We also have plenty of coffee equipment to choose from. So whether you need a grinder to grind your own beans and then enjoy your morning brew from a bean-to-cup-coffee machine, or a cafetiere, we've got you covered.