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Four Left Feet
Four Left Feet
Four Left Feet
Four Left Feet

Four Left Feet

£9.95 - £37.00

Notes of chocolate truffle, brown sugar & toasted nut. 

Some have used the same flavour notes to describe me, Alan (the alpaca of course). Smooth, sweet and a bit nutty. I call it personality.

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Mr. Olive Mudekereza is a Congolese farmer and entrepreneur, and one of the largest producers of robusta and arabica coffee in the South Kivu region. The Ruzizi plains, in Congo, is an area with strong economic potential. It is located between Lake Kivu in the North and Lake Tanganyika in the South.

For brothers Márcio Custódio and Izonel Junior, the Brazil Fazenda Cetec coffee farm started from a childhood dream. From a young age, they both worked for coffee farms in the region as pickers, which started them on their path to now running their own farm.

Ethiopia Sidamo Awash River is a curated coffee sourced from smallholder farmers serviced by the river Awash in the Sidamo region of southern Ethiopia. The Awash carves through almost 750 miles of Ethiopia’s great rift valley, providing a vital water source for millions. Archaeologists believe humans have lived along the river since the dawn of man.

Variety: Castillo & Catucai
Process: Natural
Altitude: 900 - 2,200 masl

Coffee connoisseurs, rejoice – you’ve met a brand that’s as ethical as it is flavourful in Alpaca Coffee.

Their specialty brews, single-origins and original blends are paving the way to a more sustainable future for the coffee industry.

Right now, the commercial coffee industry isn’t working for people or the planet. It’s plagued with problems such as environmentally destructive practices and a lack of economic stability for farmers, who are the backbone of the industry. 

But Alpaca Coffee sings to a more sustainable tune. Their pioneering approach includes cutting fossil fuels out of the coffee roasting process and introducing biofuels instead. Then there’s the packaging, where there’s not a piece of plastic to be found, from the bags to the tape they use. 

They create sustainable and ethical supply chains too, carefully curating their coffee from family businesses and farmers who live up to the highest standards in sustainability, fair pricing and quality. They’re all about traceable sources, which is why you can follow a “Coffee Story” for every variation of Alpaca Coffee. 

To counteract some of the negative impact coffee production has on the environment, Alpaca Coffee also plants a tree for every ten packs sold, through a partnership with One Tree Planted. 

Sounds great, right? And it is – but Alpaca Coffee knows there’s always a chance to do better when it comes to sustainability. They promise to be open and transparent about their progress, so you can keep them accountable as you savour their delicious brews.