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Guatemalan Washed Coffee - Karin Hernandez

£12.00

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

Located in Antigua, Guatemala, in the region of Volcán Fuego and Volcán de Agua, the ‘Water and Fire Volcanoes’, lifelong coffee producer Karin Hernandez and her family not only run 2 coffee farms, but they also manage Cafe Kapeu, a company that supports 700 other coffee producers

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. 

Espresso grind, 250g

Picture smooth, buttery milk chocolate, reminding you of toffee apples on bonfire night, quickly chased by a zingy citrus-y clementine that stays in the mouth for ages and ages - a real friend of the early evening, you can’t go wrong with this one.

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.

Located in Antigua, Guatemala, in the region of Volcán Fuego and Volcán de Agua, the ‘Water and Fire Volcanoes’, lifelong coffee producer Karin Hernandez and her family not only run 2 coffee farms, but they also manage Cafe Kapeu, a company that supports 700 other coffee producers

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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