Guest Beans

Discover our Guest Coffee Beans...


Kiandu AB

Continent: Africa
Country: Kenya 
Farm: Various Smallholders 
Region: Kiandu, Nyeri County 
Altitude: 1,766 M.A.S.L
Process: Washed
Varietal: SL28 & SL34
Tasting: Blueberry, Cola, Pink Grapefruit
Roast Profile (1-5): 2

Between the western slopes of Mount Kenya and the spread of Aberdare National Pak, almost 1900 coffee growers deliver their very best, ripest coffee cherries to Kiandu Factory to be sorted, washed and dried. It’s this high-quality grade AB single origin that makes its way to Nottingham to be roasted and packaged as our latest African guest bean.

This light roast is a great example of a Kenyan coffee – fruity and zesty, with bold tasting notes of blueberry, cola and pink grapefruit. This one will definitely put a pep in your step and get your tongue tingling.


Las Frutas

Experience the vibrant flavours of Colombia with Las Frutas, a single origin coffee that showcases the country's rich coffee heritage. Grown in the Nariño region, it delivers a bright and refreshing cup that celebrates the essence of Colombian coffee.

Continent: Americas  
Country: Colombia
Farm: Various Smallholders
Region: La Unión, Cartago, Genova, San Lorenzo, Nariño
Altitude: 1,700 - 2,200 M.A.S.L
Process: Washed 
Varietal: Caturra, Colombia
Tasting: Pineapple, Lime, Juicy
Roast Profile (1-5): 3 

Smallholder farmers are the backbone of Colombian coffee. Approximately 60% of Colombia's coffee production comes from small farms under 5 hectares in size. In Nariño, farmers typically own less than two hectares, with over 60% of farms being 1 hectare or less. Coffee is the primary source of income for these farmers, representing 90% or more of their earnings. 

Nariño is one of Colombia's 20 coffee-growing departments, situated in the southwest of the country and bordering Ecuador. Home to the highest-grown coffee in Colombia, the region is known for its complex cup profiles, thanks to the slow maturation process at higher altitudes. The challenging topography of Nariño and its deep valleys make it a difficult region for crop cultivation, but the dedicated smallholder farmers persevere to produce remarkable coffee. 


Sen Menmeri Kopi

Introducing Sen Menmeri Kopi, a single origin coffee sourced from the lush, mountainous regions of Simbu and Eastern Highlands in Papua New Guinea. Offering a blend of brown sugar sweetness, crisp green apple acidity, and a smooth, creamy finish - it’s a truly unique cup.  

Continent: Asia/Pacific 
Country: Papua New Guinea
Farm: Various Smallholders  
Region: Simbu & Eastern Highlands
Altitude: 1,600 - 1, 850 M.A.S.L
Process: Washed 
Varietal: Typica, Bourbon 
Tasting: Brown Sugar, Green Apple, Creamy 
Roast Profile (1-5): 3 

Sen Menmeri Kopi is part of an exclusive program that spans three provinces - Simbu, Eastern Highlands, and Morobe. Each contributes unique qualities to this coffee while also increasing the household income of the farmers involved.

Simbu Province, accounting for about 10% of Papua New Guinea's coffee production, is situated in the country's highlands region. Its mostly limestone soil and high-density Typica plantations result in a distinctive cup profile that sets this coffee apart from others.


A Lel Chaung

In the east of Myanmar, in the Ywangan area of Southern Shan State, there lies a village called A Lel Chaung, compromising of just 180 households. It’s this village, and the people who live here, who pick and process the coffee grown for our latest Guest Bean.

The process sees the coffee cherry hand-sorted, then laid our on dry raised beds for around 17 days. The climate and the soil in this area is perfect for producing dry naturals. The result is a sweet smooth cup, with notes of vanilla, caramel and red berries.

Continent: Asia
Country: Myanmar
Farm: Various Smallholders
Region: Ywangan, Shan State 
Altitude: 1282 M.A.S.L 
Process: Natural  
Varietal: Red Catuai 
Tasting: Vanilla, Caramel, Red Berries 
Roast Profile (1-5): 3

Los Nubarrones coffee farm

Central Amercian

Los Nubarrones

This Nicaraguan coffee is a smooth operator, sweet and full-bodied. It was grown on farms in the Ocotal region close to the border with Honduras. These farms partner with the local dry mill, run by sisters Martha and Ana, that was set up to ensure the prices paid for coffee cherries in the region were fair. It’s a really lovely coffee, the like of which we’ve not had at 200 Degrees for a while. Brew a cup to indulge in the beautiful combination of dark chocolate, black tea and floral taste notes.

Continent: Central America
Country: Nicaragua
Farm: Various Smallholders
Region: Ocotal
Altitude: 1600 – 1770 M.A.S.L
Process: Washed
Varietal: Java
Tasting: Dark Chocolate, Black Tea, Floral
Roast Profile (1-5): 3

farmers picking coffee at Ethiopia Buliye farm


Ethiopia Buliye

High above sea level, in the fertile red volcanic soil of south Ethiopia, coffee producers grow their coffee on the hills and village outskirts under the shade of indigenous trees. To ensure the coffee cherries are picked at their ripest, farmers are paid a premium for kilos delivered after the harvest. The result is a high-quality selection, which left our roasters momentarily speechless during a cupping: “Just, wow!” Thankfully, they recovered their power of speech long enough to tell us about the taste notes: a fruity cup, with notes of lemon, blueberry and physalis – a type of gooseberry with a tangy grape-like flavour.

Altitude: 2000 m.a.s.l
Farm:Various smallholders
Process: Natural
Tasting:Lemon, Blueberry, Physalis
Roast Profile (1-5):2



Taste Notes: Green Apple, Milk Chocolate, Citrus
Region: Yunnan Province
Process: Washed
Roast Profile: 2

In a first for 200 Degrees, we’re pleased to introduce a high-quality guest bean from China.The Kaku farm in the Yannan Province is run by Mr Li, and their beans, alongside beans from other smallholders in the surrounding villages, are washed after growing in fertile soil at a higher-than-average altitude. It’s this combination of factors, combined with a commitment to quality from this well-respected farm, that has resulted in a light, citrusy cup with an impressive flavour profile.

Shipping Information


We use Royal Mail and Parcel Force as our chosen distribution partners. You have the choice at checkout to select your preferred carrier with the following restrictions: Royal Mail First Class and Second Class (untracked) are available on packages up to 2kg and the cost is variable depending on the weight. Deliveries are made 6 days a week. Parcel Force Express 24 (tracked) service is available for all packages up to 20kg. Deliveries are made Monday to Friday only, excluding Bank Holidays.


Royal Mail orders received before 9am (Monday to Friday) will be processed and dispatched on the same day. Parcel Force orders received before 12pm (Monday to Friday) will be processed and dispatched on the same day.

After these cut-off times we will still aim to dispatch on the same day if possible, but this is not guaranteed. We do not dispatch orders over the weekend or on Bank Holidays. *Due to Royal Mail and Parcelforce strikes there may be delays in recieving orders placed on the 26th and 31st of August*


Unfortunately, we are only able to deliver to mainland UK. We are unable to deliver to Ireland.