For all the latest Covid-19 updates and to see what cafés are open and operating during Alert Levels, click here.


Your Cart



Single Origin

What's Brewing: Finca Palo Verde, Honduras

Posted by Mojo Coffee on

Our current in-store single origin offering for our black espresso and filter brews is from Finca Palo Verde in El Paraiso, Honduras. This delicious washed processed coffee has notes of sweet apple and milk chocolate. The sloping hills within the department of El Paraiso, form unique micro climates around Alejandro Enriquez’s farm. Muggy warm weather leading up to harvesting season, allow these coffees to mature sooner whilst refining a distinct mild acidity and fuller flavours. The varietals farmed are high-yielding and are recognised for both their quality and pest resistance, enabling a more sustainable future for this coffee focused farming community. Roasted for espresso and filter brew methods such as pour-over, Delter press or plunger. Shop Finca Palo Verde

read entire article

What's Brewing: Rukago CWS (Washed), Burundi

Posted by Mojo Coffee on

Our current in-store single origin offering for our espresso and filter brews is from the Rukago coffee washing station (CWS), Burundi.This washed coffee, from the Rukago Coffee Washing Station (CWS), has a syrupy body with notes of sultana and baking spice.  Bordered by Rwanda, the Kayanza region is known for its production of specialty coffee in Burundi. The Rukago CWS works with local farmers and sources Red Bourbon cherries from the four surrounding hills. Volcanic soils, high rainfall and high altitudes help with the consistent quality of coffee from the Rukago CWS.  The station, managed by Sinabajije Abdoul Karim, traditionally hand sorts the cherries before fermenting for up to 24 hours and dried on raised African beds. Roasted for filter brew methods such as pour-over, Delter press or...

read entire article

What's Brewing: São José, Brazil

Posted by Kim Boyd on

Our current in-store single origin offering for our espresso and filter brews is from Guaxupé, Minas Gerais, Brazil. This well rounded mix of Mundo Novo and Catuai varietals, from Fazenda (farm) São José of the Barbosa family, has a creamy body with notes of almond and macadamia nuts.Fazenda (farm) São José (named after Saint Joseph) was founded back in 1958 by Orostrato Olavo Silva Barbosa and has since been passed down through the generations. It is located on the border of Brazilian states; Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais. The region is commonly known as Montanhas cafeeiras or 'coffee mountains' as the hilly landscape and semi-tropical climate make it ideal for growing coffee. This coffee is grown at an altitude of 850-1000masl.Roasted...

read entire article

New Single Origins

Posted by Rosa Friend on

We talk to Clare Kearney, Head Roaster here at Mojo, about the current single origin coffee on offer in our cafés this month...C: We have some new single origin coffee from Guatemala, Burundi and Nicaragua available in cafés for the next few months and I’m excited to share a little more about the coffee. Along with Dr. Mojo's Medicine, what is the current espresso offering?  C: We have the Finca El Diamante from Huehuetenango, Guatemala.  The Finca El Diamante farm is located in the highland region, Huehuetenango (so fun to pronounce!), which translates to ‘the place of the ancients’. This region is known for their rich and fruity coffees. We source the beans from Patricia Perez, who’s micro lot produces rich tropical fruit and syrupy...

read entire article