Not entirely sure? You can always change your deliveries later on or mix it up in your own my.wakuli account.
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It's time to accelerate change in the coffee industry. We are setting up long-term partnerships with coffee farmers around the world to:
Work towards a living income
Strengthen communities to invest in coffee quality improvement
Collaborate in restoring valuable ecosystems at origins
More people drink Wakuli equals more impact. Simple. Join the coffee revolution and let’s together fight for transparency in trading, a better price for the coffee farmer and sustainability in the coffee industry. We thinks it's muy importante!
Great question. We are a direct trade coffee start-up from Amsterdam. In this day and age to shake up the old 'n stupid coffee industry with its low-paid farmers, awful, burned beans and huge ecological footprint.
We have been selling fresh, lighter roasted quality coffee in subscription form since 2019. In addition to freshness & quality, our focus is on sustainability and impact. We know our coffee farmers and buy through direct trade, making sure they get a better price. We need you to help us though because more Wakuli drinkers equals more impact!
Coffee bought in bulk often contains defects that make the beans taste not so great. To mask this, they roast the coffee darker and actually burn them. That's where the really bitter taste comes from. We only buy the best beans and naturally roast them a bit lighter. This means that you have less of that really bitter aftertaste and the wonderful flavours of the coffee bean itself are well preserved! Also, it contains some health benefits. Win-win!
For the true connoisseur: we don't have a very light roast, but our roast falls into the category "omni-roast"
We currently have whole beans, espresso grind, filter grind or biodegradable coffee pods (Nespresso machine compatible). Wondering which kind you need?
Pour over, french press, cafetière of filtermachine: filter grind
Espresso machine: espresso grind
Fully automatic machine or your own bean grinder: whole beans
Nespresso machine: pods
Unfortunately, we do not (yet) have options for a Dolce Gusto or Senseo machine.
A bag of coffee (225 grams) is enough for about 25/30 cups of coffee, depending on the brewing method. You can choose to receive 1, 2, 3 or 4 deliveries per month.
Wakuli Blend: €5.50 per delivery (225 grams)
New Origin: €6.30 per delivery (225 grams)
Spicy Robusta: €5.90 per delivery (225 grams)
Wakuli pods: €17.60 per delivery (40 pods)
All prices include shipping costs.
Of course! You'll get your own account on my.wakuli.com. It's up to you to (temporarily) pause your coffee deliveries. This could be after the first delivery, or after the 142nd. Oh and before we forget, it’s always possible to request an extra emergency delivery, have your coffee delivered to a different address or try a new variety or different grind size.
That's the beauty of it, you don't. It fits through the mailbox. So you can play sports, go to work, walk the dogs, watch a movie under a blanket and pretend you're not at home or whatever you want to do and it'll still be delivered.
Yes, you can! Although you can always cancel your subscription, even after your first delivery, it is also possible to order a sample package first. Check wakulishop.com. You'll pay shipping costs though, whereas with a subscription, you don't.
It is the Tayacaja province of Huancavelica region located in an area referred to as 'Ceja de la Montaña', or, 'the Eyebrow of the Mountain', that has a temperate to warm climate with abundant rainfall. The altitudes that range from 1900 to 2200 meters provide favourable conditions for the production of high-quality coffee and citrus fruits. Making it possible to grow wonderful coffee, even though few people know.
Brazilië - Wakuli Cups
This coffee comes from the beautiful mountain landscape of Sao Thome where Andréa Galvao Foresti and her husband have been growing special coffees of superior quality since 1996. Thanks to their knowledge, expertise and hard work, this high-quality coffee from this wonderful family business wins one prize after another. You can definitely taste that the coffee cherries are grown with utmost care.
Rwanda - New Origin
This natural coffee is produced in the Kinazi processing station in Rwanda in East Africa. This coffee is proudly called Amahoro which means peace in Kinyarwanda. There are a total of 856 small-scale farmers, 437 of whom are women, who supply ripe coffee berries to the Kinazi processing station.
These farmers practice intercropping, an agricultural technique in which multiple crops are cultivated simultaneously on one same field in order to maintain the natural defense mechanisms of the harvest.
Sweet, fruity coffee with cocoa nibs, red berries and a floral scent.
India - Spicy Robusta
For a really good Robusta coffee you have got to have the Venkids Valley. The coffee plantation is set amidst a rich subtropical jungle and is ran by M.C. and Shilpa Nanjappa, 3rd generation coffee planters. With in-house and well-maintained washing stations, fermentation tanks and drying beds.
The shadow grown coffees of Venkids Valley are shared with pepper vines and cardamom plantations, as well as less known ‘sapodilla’ and sugar apple plantations. In turn, migratory birds and wild bees keep the ecosystem in a delicate balance. White pepper to begin with, dried dates, cocoa nibs and some liquorice in the aftertaste. Clean and juicy.