CAFE TAKESI, BOLIVIA

THE TRILOGY
Catuai, Geisha, Typica
LIGHT ROAST | FILTER BREWING

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ONLINE

  • We'll now be able to release more Geisha & the Takesi Trilogy
  • Sale will be online 12pm, 9th Aug
  • Limit of 4 bags of Geisha & 2 Trilogy sets, per customer

IN SHOP

  • A smaller amount of the Geisha & Trilogy pack will be in shop at Seven Seeds Carlton & Brother Baba Budan on 10th Aug, 10am.
  • We won't be brewing Geisha on the 12th Aug, but will announce when this will begin.
CATUAI
Sweet & Juicy | Mango, Cherry Cola, Raspberry Jelly
200g
GEISHA
Delicate, Complex & Sparkling | Apricot Jam, Tropical Fruit, Jasmine Flower
200g
TYPICA
Syrupy & Sweet | Cherry, Crème Brûlée, Plum
200g

FROM THE PRODUCER

"Relax and enjoy this wonderful trilogy of our coffee. AgroTakesi is considered to be the highest grown coffee in the world. The high altitude in our farm limits our production but provides an unparalleled and unique flavour to our coffee.

Takesi is sold only to 5 roasters in the world including Seven Seeds in Australia. We have started to export to Seven Seeds 6 years ago and have forged an excellent commercial relationship. We share the same passion and are very happy and proud to be represented by a wonderful team that tell our magical story to the Australian market."

Marianna Iturradle

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Considered the highest grown in the world, AgroTakesi is located on the steep slopes of the Royal Mountain ranges of the Andes at an altitude of 1900 to 3200 masl, and spread over 2,500 hectares of land. This year we’re celebrating our 6th year of direct trade with Takesi, one of five roasters in the world to hold this relationship - something we savour and feel incredibly privileged to have.



  • Origin - AgroTakesi, Yanachachi, Sud Yungas, Bolivia
  • Producer - Mariana and Don Carlos Iturradle
  • Varieties - Catuai, Geisha & Typica
  • Process - Fully Washed
  • Altitude - 1,900-3,000 masl
  • Partners - Direct purchase, AgroTakesi
  • Quality Scores - 87.5 / 90 / 87.5
  • History - 6th year of purchasing
  • Lot Size - 60kg each
  • Harvest - Dec-Jan 20/21