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Colombian washed coffee - Amaca Association

£10.00

Girls Who Grind are an all-female coffee roastery who only buy their beans from female producers.

These castillo, caturo and columbia beans are from a farm in Cauca County, Columbia owned by the AMACA association, a group of all-women producers located in El Tambo, Cauca, Colombia that was formed in 1999 by 80 women. This coffee is a “firm favourite” with the Girls Who Grind, who say they’ve been “been living for the delicious natural cola, sweet black cherry and super dark chocolate flavour notes”.

Does the women-only supply chain mean Girls Who Grind have put ethics over taste? Exactly the opposite, their careful sourcing means each bag of coffee is from a single estate with a complex flavour profile. Nothing here is blanded out for mass production.

Best to drink within 6 weeks of roast date and within 2 weeks of opening.
Special guidance: please note the coffee box has the 'F' word on the bottom "F... the Patriarchy".
Store in an airtight container in a dark place.

Image credits: Girls Who Grind Coffee / Nicci Peet


Girls Who Grind are an all-female coffee roastery who only buy their beans from female producers.

These castillo, caturo and columbia beans are from a farm in Cauca County, Columbia owned by the AMACA association, a group of all-women producers located in El Tambo, Cauca, Colombia that was formed in 1999 by 80 women. This coffee is a “firm favourite” with the Girls Who Grind, who say they’ve been “been living for the delicious natural cola, sweet black cherry and super dark chocolate flavour notes”.

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Girls Who Grind Coffee

Girls Who Grind are an all-female coffee roastery based in the south-west, who exclusively buy coffee from female producers.

They sell a variety of coffee beans, roasting each batch in slightly different ways to best enhance the flavours. Their products are all single-origin, not blends, meaning each batch offers something new.

Girls Who Grind Coffee