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A lot can happen over a cup of coffee,
but a lot more happens when you taste our coffee

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We offer mainly coffee which is made from 100% Arabica. Among our products you can also find mixtures of arabica and robusta which are sweeter and more aromatic. We also offer mixtures of green tea to please your body and soul.


Taste our coffee made from pure arabica in products: Extra special, Colombia or Brasil. Mixtures of arabica and robusta you can get in Standard premium or Romanca.


Among tea mixtures you can find herbal teas, special herbal tea with fruits, healing tea, green tea and black tea.

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The tradition of production since 1955 gives all our products
a quality which has been tested with time


Free shipping worldwide

There are no hidden charges. You pay only the price of the products, shipping is free. Our only requirement is for you to shop at least for $19.

Free gift for every purchase

As a thank you, we will add a small gift to your purchase which will surely please you.

$1 = 1 point

For every purchase, you will receive points which you can exchange for practical things such as cups, spoons, coffee maker and others.

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How it's made

The industrial production of coffee is a process of conversion
of raw coffee beans into final product of coffee.

Harvesting the beans

After being peeled, the gathered beans are dried. Even though all coffee is processed automatically, the method of the process has a significant effect on the taste of roasted and brewed coffee.

Coffee Roasting

After the harvest, all the beans are first cleaned and then placed in the sun to dry on tables in thin layers on patios. Then the green beans are roasted while they get the characteristic flavor and colour of coffee.

Coffee Grinding

In a roller grinder, the beans are ground between pairs of corrugated rollers. A roller grinder mills the coffee beans evenly and heats the coffee less than other grinding methods.

Coffee Brewing

The methods of brewing fall into four main groups depending on the relation between water and coffee grounds: decoction (through boiling), infusion (through steeping), gravitational feed (used with percolators and in drip brewing), or pressurized percolation (as with espresso)

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Ruskovce 104
072 42  Ubrez
Slovakia, Europe

+421 948 382 646

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