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"we are not just retailing a product, we are sharing with you our experience of mastering the art of roasting, grinding, brewing your favourite addiction."

This is our roasting machine for the delicious coffee that you are drinking


"Coffee Seed", the one and only, and like our life, was born, will live for a period and will die in the end. She is alive! While she goes through her adolescence, we gather them from the farms. Through many intricate steps, we process it into the coffee we know so well. Every little step that we take will have a direct impact on the final taste of the beverage.
At TCE, we take pride in owning the steps required to ensure that you get to enjoy a quality cup of Joe. With the procured green beans, we roast her, breath her, grind her, tamper her and finally brew her into the aromatic cup of addiction that you so desire. This, paired with the many original and well-received recipes, we serve you, our first love, our speciality and your favourite drug of choice ;
. .C A F F E I N E. .



Different ways to look at coffee; from farms, to origins to varietal, the choice is yours.

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coffee origins


As one of the biggest coffee producers in the world (third), Colombia accounts for 12% of the world’s coffee supply. With thousands of nutrient-dense hills and mountains, this wet climate and high elevation has given Colombia great advantage to not only grow coffee easily but it has enabled them to grow amazing quality coffee. There are more than 600,000 coffee farmers in Colombia and the country’s annual export is around 11-13 million bags of coffee.


It is widely accepted that Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee, where the first coffee shrub was discovered. Today, more than 12 million locals are involved in coffee cultivation and its production - an integral part of the Ethiopian culture. A common saying in Ethiopian goes “Buna dabo naw” which means “Coffee is our bread”, signifying the significance and importance of coffee in their life.


Brazil is the largest exporter in the world, supplying approximately 60% of the world's coffee - this is due in part to the sheer size of the country. While Brazil is a prolific exporter, it's average elevation for coffee production is only about 1,100 meters. This qualifies most of it as High Grown Coffee (900-1,200 meters), but some crops certainly fall below that threshold.


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