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Série Artiste

We have decided to create the Artist Serie to allow as many people as possible to have a privileged access to art that unfortunately could not be admired in the past year. In addition, we have chosen to work with artists who have not been able to fully express their art, thus not receiving their fair share of recognition and remuneration. We are committed to giving a part of the profits to the artist and compensating the artist for the creation of his (her) work. Only a very small quantity of each product will be available, so we strongly suggest you hurry up to grab yours! The content is as equally exceptional as its presentation, so you can enjoy the whole experience. Each coffee is a product of superior quality sourced from a small batch. The beans are selected in a specific way with the help of the importer Sucafina or with the help of our relations from our trips to coffee origins.


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Pour le tout premier café de la Série Artiste, nous avons sélectionné un Rwanda naturel, très fruité et bien balancé. Ce Rwanda Isimbi, pour lequel nous travaillons en partenariat avec Sucafina , est légèrement torréfié afin de vous permettre de goûter toute la subtilité du travail des artisans qui ont cultivé ce café.


Info sur le café:

Région: Lac Kivu

Variété: Bourbon

Altitude: 1100 à 2000 mètres

Producteur: Coop, lot de producteurs

Mois de récolte: Mars à Juin

Procédé: Naturel

Profil Gustatif: Confiture de fraises, fruits séchés

Additional information

Weight.250 kg



Beans, Drip, Espresso, Espresso Breville, French press, V60

About the artist

In 2015, Ana Roy is an illustrator with a degree in graphic design from UQÀM who particularly enjoys creating “feel-good” visuals for all the anxious people in this world. Her first clothing collection was released in the fall of 2015. Her work gets quickly known by the public through her now popular “Namaste Caliss”. In October 2016, she published her first book “Les petites choses” celebrating the modest victories of daily life. To this day, she still enjoys learning about others as well as herself through her illustrations.