High-quality green coffee beans are the basis of every good coffee. For the selection in our shop we have tested and compared several hundred green coffees. The range of unroasted coffee beans offers you the greatest possible variety of coffees from all over the world. These are premium coffees, so-called single origins, which come from one region and are not mixed with other origins or varieties. Some of them are estate coffees that come from just one good and are usually cultivated and processed by the farmers with a great deal of passion. Thus the coffees each have a distinctive character, which you can discover with all your senses.
We know many of the coffee producers personally, they offer high qualities and are transparent regarding organic cultivation, varieties, plots and processing of the coffee.
The quality and taste of the raw coffee beans depend on the variety, the soil, the climatic conditions, the type of harvest and the processing. You can find out more about this on this page in the coffee knowledge section or in the description of the individual beans.
Instructions and roasting profiles
For every bean and every roaster, you will find a roasting recommendation in the coffee knowledge section, so that you can already succeed in the first roasts at home.
What is green coffee?
Green coffee is the name for coffee that has not yet been roasted. Green coffee is extracted from the seeds of the coffee cherry, freed from the pulp and dried.
How is green coffee produced?
Green coffee is a natural product. The coffee beans are actually seeds and grow in pairs in a coffee cherry. After harvesting, the pulp is removed and the green coffee is dried before it is packed in jute bags for transport.
How is green coffee roasted?
The green coffee is heated dry at hot temperatures and thus roasted. To ensure that the coffee is roasted evenly from the inside to the outside and on all sides, specific coffee roasters are used.
What is green coffee?
- On the one hand, green coffee is the name for the raw, still unroasted coffee.
- On the other hand, green coffee is the name for a tea-like infusion or extract obtained from green coffee. Due to its high chlorogenic acid content, green coffee is also marketed as an anti-obesity agent.
Certification for organic coffee
We are certified in accordance with the requirements of Art. 30a para.1 of the Swiss Ordinance on Organic Farming (SR 910.18) and Art. 29 para.1 of Regulation (EC) No. 834/2007 and Regulation (EC) No. 889/2008 of the European Union.