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“Allow your passion to become your purpose, and it will one day become your profession.” Diggers Gold Coffee was born out of pure passion. Passion for a good cup of coffee but also what coffee REPRESENTS…hold that thought!
Roasts and Blends
Learn more about our carefully selected coffee from around the world.
Ethiopia is universally referred to as the birthplace of coffee. It is likely Coffea arabica first appeared in southern Sudan, but it only flourished once it spread into Ethiopia.
Kenya Blue Mountain
Kenya uses a grading system for all its exported coffee, regardless of whether the lot is traceable or not. The grading system uses a combination of bean size and quality. They assume that quality is linked to the size of the bean.
Uganda, on the shores of Lake Victoria, straddles the equator and is the source of the Nile. Its coffees benefit from a bi-average rainfall season, high altitudes, and a year-round pleasant climate.
The Jesuits first introduced coffee to Colombia in 1723. It spread slowly as a commercial crop to several regions of the country, but its production did not become substantial until the end of the 19th century. By 1912, coffee made up approximately fifty percent of Colombia`s total exports.
One of Guatemala’s best coffee farms (Finca El Morito) led by Mr. Roberto Monterroso,who planted his first coffee plant in 1979. Coffee is a passion for Mr Monterroso and he constantly refines his processes and readily experiments with new processing and cultivation methods as well as new cultivars and varietals.
Our Range of Products
Medium Malic Acidity with Chocolaty aftertaste
Colombia Popayan SupremoR70.00 – R210.00
Medium Citrusy aftertaste
Diggers Gold Espresso BlendR70.00 – R210.00
Mild Citric Acidity with a tea like finish
Ethiopia SidamoR70.00 – R210.00
Medium Malic Acidity with a sweet lingering aftertaste
Guatemala Finca El MoritoR70.00 – R210.00
Full Dark Roast
Italian RoastR70.00 – R210.00
Medium Malic Acidity leaving a creamy lingering finish
Kenya Blue MountainR70.00 – R210.00
Citric Acidity with a bold lingering of dark chocolaty mouthfeel
Uganda BugisuR70.00 – R210.00