Episode#3 Roasters in Ethiopia now. Visiting from January 29-February 18, 2023 Episode#3 Roasters in Ethiopia now. Visiting from January 29-February 18, 2023 Episode#3 Roasters in Ethiopia now. Visiting from January 29-February 18, 2023 Episode#3 Roasters in Ethiopia now. Visiting from January 29-February 18, 2023

TYPICA Lab

Documentary films that follow roasters
from around the globe as they set off on tours to meet producers worldwide.

Roasters from around the globe, each with a different background, visit coffee producers worldwide.
Their ideas are deepened, philosophies reshaped, as they make new discoveries on their trips.
A dialogue documentary is to be released after roasters return home to follow them in their further pursuit of coffee.

Documentary
Coming Soon

A dialogue documentary film is to be released.

Follow Their Journey

Coffee is graded based on size. These trays have different screen sizes which help sort the beans to it’s proper grade. 

AA is typically the highest quality of bean. At mondulcoffee, we pride ourselves in producing the best AA coffee for our buyers.

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Time to go!

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Episode #1

Bolivia

end of stay:Staying from September 7 to 14, 2022

Curators

Agricafe

One of the top coffee producers in Bolivia that has won the trust of world-famous roasters. Founded in 1986 by Don Pedro, the family business runs coffee farms and processing stations. Pedro’s unwavering philosophy is carried on by the next generation.

Nayra Qata

A dry mil located near La Paz. Founder Juan Boyan Guarachi has an ambition to shine a light on small-holder farmers in Bolivia and spread their coffee to the world. The name “Nayra Qata” is Aymara, the language spoken in South America. It means “to become first.”

Episode #2

Tanzania
Kenya

end of stay:Staying from October 26 November 9, 2022

Find out what they feel about the producers and the projects.

Read their narratives

Curators

Rockbern

Peter Muchiri of Rockbern is a revolutionary game changer in Kenya. Carrying on the spirit of his grandfather, who was a coffee producer, Peter is revolutionizing Kenya’s systemized coffee industry to enable direct trade.

Kenyacof

An affiliate of multinational Sucafina Group, Kenyacof has worked to enhance coffee farmers’ productivity by harnessing technology for soil analysis and other activities in Kenya, a country that’s seen a decrease in coffee production areas due to urbanization. The company is running its own dry mills, allowing farmers to commercialize micro-lots.

Acacia Hills

Acacia Hills is one of the top coffee producers in Tanzania. The company runs coffee farms in Mount Oldeani, overlooking Ngorongoro Crater, a World Heritage site. Acacia Hills co-hosts auctions with ACE, earning the praises of roasters across the world.

Episode #3

Ethiopia

Roaster tour underway

January 29, 2023 Start of stay

Participating roasters

Find out what they feel about the producers and the project.

Read their narratives

Curators

Wete Ambela Coffee

An Ethiopian-based start-up. Founder Mekuria Mergia was once a shrewd coffee cherry supplier. But after the government eased restrictions, he decided to become an independent coffee producer together with Elias.

Moplaco

Founded in 1971, Moplaco is one of the oldest exporters in Ethiopia. Headed by Heleanna Georgalis, the company runs washing stations in Yirgacheffe and Sidamo and farms in the western region of Sheka.

Episode #4

El Salvador
Guatemala

Coming Soon

Tour to start in March 2023.

Participating roasters

Find out what they feel about the producers and the project.

Read their narratives

Curators

CaféNor

CaféNor is a dry mill near Santa Ana in El Salvador. The company took its roots in this region four generations ago in the 19th century. CaféNor is a product of local farmers and the leadership of Alejandro, who is involved in coffee production.

Primavera Coffee

A specialty coffee exporter founded in 2013, Primavera Coffee has built a network of small-scale farmers mainly in Huehuetenango and Fraijanes, both coffee-producing regions with high potentials, spreading Guatemalan coffee’s appeal around the world.