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red wine – peach – plum


Until a few years ago, it was very difficult to find a natural processed coffee from Colombia. Today, new treatments and botanical varieties are the order of the day. And great – because Tabi is juiciness in its pure form.


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Processing method


Brewing method

Aeropress, Espresso

Product description




Los Mandarinos



1800 m above sea level


espresso /aeropress

The origin of this coffee



Huila is a long, narrow valley that snakes between two mountain ranges in the Andes. It’s famous for its unique climate, which has been shaping diverse farming here for centuries.
The area is dotted with coffee farms, many of them perched on steep slopes. Each farm has its own unique vibe and story. Take Los Mandarinos, for example, run by Luis Ariel Bermudez Ramirez. Recently, they’ve started selling their coffee as single micro-lots instead of just blending it into regional blends. This means you can now taste the unique flavor of their family farm in your cup.


Tabi is a coffee hybrid first introduced in Colombia in 2002 as part of the fight against a common coffee plant disease called leaf rust.
It’s a mix of Bourbon, Typica, and Timor. The name “Tabi” means “good” in the Guambiano dialect (a native tribe of Colombia). This variety combines the best sensory qualities of its parents, Bourbon and Typica, while being more resistant to the disease.




At Los Mandarinos, the natural coffee processing takes several weeks, influenced by the local climate and family traditions.
First, they carefully handpick the coffee cherries. Then toss them into water to remove any unripe fruits and impurities. Next, the sorted cherries are fermented for a whole week, maximizing their sugar content and enhancing their sweetness and fruitiness. After fermentation, beans are washed and checked again for any floaters. The final step involves drying the cherries in special parabolic dryers for another 15 days.

How does Aga brew this coffee?

Brewing method for this coffe
Ikona aeropress

It’s such a cool little invention that looks a bit like a giant syringe. You use it to brew coffee quickly under low pressure. You put in ground coffee, pour in hot water, stir, and then push it through the filter by pressing the plunger. The result? Strong and tasty coffee, a bit like espresso but less bitter. The plus side is that you can play around with proportions and brewing times, so every coffee can be different


Brewing method:


Coffee dose:


Grind setting:

Should be similar to fine baking sugar (21 comandante clicks).



Water temperature:


Recommended brewing time:



  1. Prepare a vessel to which you will brew your coffee (I recommend something solid, like metal jug – so it will for sure survive the press), scale, paper filter and aeropress.       
  2. Grind 18 grams of coffee
  3. Prepare aeropress (both pieces attached to each other in “invert” position (upside down)
  4. Add 100g of water to the aeropress and add coffee. Now start the timer and stir coffee and water (make sure all grounds are wet)
  5. add remaining 120g of water and stir again.
  6. Add paper filter to basket and attach it to aeropress 
  7. when timer shows 1:15min, turn the aeropress on chosen vessel and start pressing
  8. press until the end, when you hear “pssss”. Put Aeropres aside and enjoy the coffee

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Delivery and returns



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Delivery type


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inPost Courier


DHL Express or DHL



17 pln

21 pln


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You have 14 days from ordering to return undamaged goods. Return costs are borne by the buyer.

Return address

Sheep and Raven Shoowroom
ul. Siedmiogrodzka 3/u8
01-204 Warszawa, Poland

Additional information
  • I do not accept returns from companies.
  • I do not accept returns sent on delivery.
  • Do you get it for free? – if you return the goods, also send them back to us.

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Please include in your message:

  • name, surname, address, e-mail address of the Buyer,
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Return and withdrawal forms can be found on the F.A.Q page.

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