The Travel Cafe x Monmouth Coffee

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The Travel Cafe x Monmouth Coffee

Great news! We are happy to announce that The Travel Cafe Waterloo is now serving coffee from Monmouth 🙂 Apart from Espresso coffee, you can also buy some variety of Monmouth filter coffee beans from us as well. The price is exactly same as the one you see from Monmouth Coffee.

 

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Monmouth Coffee

Monmouth Coffee started roasting and retailing coffee in 1978. At the beginning they roasted in the basement of our shop on Monmouth Street, Covent Garden. They now have branches in Borough Market as well as Bermondsey. Their aim was to source interesting coffees, roast them daily and encourage our customers to taste our coffees before they bought them.

Monmouth Coffee source and roast coffee from single farms, estates and cooperatives. By visiting each farm, they look to establish a relationship with the grower and exporter of that coffee. They believe that where such a relationship exists, quality, quantity and price requirements can be discussed in an open and equal way. They see this as sustainable, fair and equal trade.

 

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How to buy offline

We both sell espresso coffee beans and filter coffee beans. Order is normally placed on weekly basis. You can purchase the beans directly from our cafe, Waterloo branch on 139 Westminster Bridge Road. If you would like freshly roasted beans, you can order them from us and pick up on the next day. We also accept weekly orders.
For more information, please email us on ask@travel.cafe or call us on 020 7207 0058.

How to buy online

We ship worldwide! You can always buy our beans as well as other souvenirs directly from our website: http://www.travel.cafe/shop.
If you would like to have your item sent overseas, please enquire postage price either to our email: ask@travel.cafe or call us on 020 7207 0058. We are more than happy to assist you in any ways 🙂

 

 

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Price (updated on Feb 2017)

Single Origin / 250g

Finca Palli (Bolivia) £9.25
BOLIVIA Copacabana. Caranavi Caturra, Typica and Catuaí. Mechanical Washed Process. Dates and honey with soft acidity and medium body.

Fazenda IP (Brasil) £6.25
BRASIL Carmo de Minas. Yellow Bourbon. Pulped Natural Process.
Cocoa and hazelnut with soft acidity and full body.

Fazenda do Sertao (Brasil) £6.25
BRASIL Carmo de Minas. Yellow Bourbon. Pulped Natural Process.
Dark chocolate and cherries with soft to medium acidity and full body.

Finca Los Sauces (Colombia) £6.5
COLOMBIA Yacuanquer. Nariño Caturra. Traditional Washed Process.
Currants and cocoa with fresh acidity and full body.

Finca Herbazu (Costa Rica) £7.75
COSTA RICA Lourdes de Naranjo, Villa Sarchí. White Honey Process.
White nectarine and greengage with medium to bright acidity and medium to full body.

Finca Malacara A (El Salvador) £6.50
EL SALVADOR Apaneca – Ilamatepec. Red Bourbon. Traditional Washed Process.
Caramel and mandarin with low to medium acidity and medium body.

La Divina Proveidencia (El Salvador) £7.75
EL SALVADOR Cantón Palo de Campana. Orange Bourbon. Traditional Washed Process.
Stone fruit with plummy acidity and caramel-like body.

Kebel Konga (Ethiopia) £7.50
ETHIOPIA Wote-Konga Sub Region. Yirgacheffe Typica and Local Varietals. Natural Process.
Dried stone-fruit and sugar cane with low to medium acidity and juicy body

Finca La Bella (Guatemala) £6.50
GUATEMALA El Progreso. Villa Sarchí. Traditional Washed Process.
Seville orange and cocoa with light to medium acidity and medium to full body.

Finca Santa Catalina (Guatemala) £6.50
GUATEMALA San Miguel Dueñas, Antigua. Caturra and Catuaí. Traditional Washed Process.
Oranges and chocolate with citrus acidity and medium body.

Raja Batak (Indonesia) £8
INDONESIA Lake Toba, North Sumatra. Various Cultivars. Honey Process.
Fresh tobacco and spice with medium acidity and body.

Kiruru (Kenya) £8
KENYA Murang’a, Central Province. SL28 and SL34. Traditional Washed Process.
Red-currant and berries with medium to bright acidity and punchy body.

Finca el pastoral. decaffeinated (Incaragua) £7
NICARAGUA Los Cipreses, Jinotega Caturra and Catuaí. Traditional Washed Process .Mountain Water Decaffeination.
Dates and caramel with soft acidity and medium body.

Espresso coffee blend / 1kg

Monmouth Espresso £25
Currently using Fazenda I.P (Brasil) as the base of the espresso, adding Lo Mejor de Nariño (Colombia) for high notes and complexity, and Finca Santa Catalina (Guatemala) for cocoa notes.
Toasted almonds with smooth body and balanced fruity acidity.

Organic Espresso £25
Organic espresso is a combination of our certified coffees from Suke Quto (Ethiopia), Marcelino Katari (Bolivia) and Finca El Pastoral (Nicaragua).
Full and sweet with fruity length and cocoa aftertaste.

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