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Haymaker Espresso Blend Info

Haymaker Espresso Blend Info

HAYMAKER  

Haymaker is a two bean blend by Rumble Coffee, consisting of two delicious coffees, Colombia Ubaque, and Guatemala Marlon El Valle

PRICING COMPARISON 

COFFEE 

WE PAID (USD POUND)  

WE PAID (AUD KG)

FARM GATE (AUD KG) 

MARKET PRICE (AUD KG) 

FAIR TRADE PRICE 

Colombia Ubaque

$3.05

$9.36

$1.82

$5.72

Guatemala El Valle 

$3.15

$9.15

$3.20

$4.53

 

Guatemala Marlon El Valle

When the Del Valle family matriarch and legendary pillar of El Valle’s coffee production, María Eugenia passed on ownership of the farm to Marlon, his brother Rudelfi and family, a new generation of coffee farmers was born.

Marlon’s commitment to the community and unique agronomic expertise make this coffee something special. While the Del Valle family used to sell cherries to the local market, Marlon and his brother had a dream of building stronger relationships and exporting their coffee internationally. With a lot of effort and great willingness to learn, Marlon Del Valle is now doing so for the very first time. Rumble purchased a single lot from Marlon in 2020 and we’re looking forward to building this special relationship as it develops into 2021 and beyond.

Colombia Ubaque

Ubaque is 50km east of Bogotá and home to the indigenous Muisca people. This is our third year buying from this group of farmers and for the very first time, we bought the entire 220-bag lot. With this beautiful Colombian now the backbone of our Haymaker blend, we’re excited to keep using it for many years to come.

In Colombia, there is a daily price of coffee that’s set against the international C-market (or ‘commodity’) price. Most smallholders take their coffee to a collection station to sell at this special rate, which during our visit was 870,000 pesos per carga, or ‘load’ (125 kg). The price we paid for our Ubaque was 1,200,000 pesos per carga of parchment coffee - that’s well above the minimum.