“The finest coffees are not achieved by accident, but by the perfectly executed processes that start from the careful handpicking of the right cherries, nourished by the right amount of sunshine and roasted with relentless passion. The finest coffees come from pure dedication and consistency.”
Ekata Coffee, India
Su Nandar Linn
Shwe Ywar Ngan Coffee Farm, Ywar Ngan, Myanmar | Su Nandar Linn’s coffee farm is located in Ywar Ngan in southern Shan State. A few years ago, her father U Win Aung Kyaw handed over his farm, which has existed since 1975, to his eldest daughter Su Nandar. She belongs to the youngest generation of coffee farmers who are breaking new ground, who, with their passion for experimentation and their quality awareness, have raised their coffee to the highest international level within a few years.
Ruby Hills Farm, Mogok, Myanmar | One of our big Myanmar favorites comes as an organic fully washed from Ruby Hills Farm in Mogok. Thiha Gyawalie is one of the youngest coffee farmers in Myanmar and produces a great Catior there that has won several awards at a height of around 1500 meters. Thiha was one of the first coffee farmers in Myanmar to work purely organically on his coffee farm and was also certified. In 2018 he won the Myanmar Coffee Competition with 87 SCA points.
El Pastal 1 in Honduras | Finca El Pastal I, owned by Lucas Argueta, is located in the middle of the Montecillos Mountains, north of Marcala in La Paz. Lucas is proud of his farm. Rightly so, because the coffee that he plants and harvests here at around 1,550 meters is among the best in this region. He has grown coffee plants of the varieties Catuai, Pacas and Caturra on his approximately 7 hectares of land. Pine, orange and citrus trees provide shade for the plants on Lucas’ farm. He and his 6 permanent employees worked the plantation by hand, mainly with machetes and hoes. Lucas employs 20 workers at harvest time. In general, coffee is harvested in Honduras from November to April. The cherries are then exclusively hand-picked dark red and ripe and sorted several times before they are further processed.
Roasters & Café Pakolat
Coffee Roastery & Cake Manufacture
Our coffee roastery has been at home here in the heart of Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg since 2010. Take a little break from the hustle and bustle of the big city, enjoy the finest hand-made cakes and pies from our bakery and of course buy your favorite coffee.
Phone: +49 30 447 938 83
Mon-Sun 11.00am – 6.00pm
Coffee, Tea & Fine Chocolates
Get our hand-roasted coffees, many of the world’s best chocolates and other coffee-related goodies in our small shop on Senefelderstraße.
Senefelder Straße 1a
Phone: +49 30 440 335 66
Mon, Tue: 11.00am – 6.00pm
Thu-Sat: 11.00am – 6.00pm
Coffee & Cake
Right in Eberswalde’s “hallway”, the Eisenbahnstrasse, you’ll find our Brandenburg branch. In a visually exciting break in style with our Berlin shops it is all about outstanding coffees, delicious tarts and a lot of coffee equipment, from Eureka grinders to Moccamaster machines.
Thu-Sun 11.00am – 6.00pm