The Pamwamba Malawi coffee is from in the Southern Thyolo district of Malawi, which was first planted out in 1979. The altitude varies between 3000 and 3400 ft. The terrain is rolling valleys, with steepish slopes and patches of indigenous forest retained, between the fields of coffee.
Malawi's main branded export coffee is called Mzuzu after the northern capital city from where Malawi's coffee industry is mainly run.
The farm caters for their staff, with education, housing and clinics and full family benefits. The farm also works with supplementary irrigation and they replant their coffee bushes every seven to eight years.
Malawi's main branded export coffee is called Mzuzu after the northern capital city from where Malawi's coffee industry is mainly run. The Makoka Valley plantations cater extremely well for their workers, with education, housing, clinics and full family benefits.
Our coffees are ethically sourced from green coffee buyers who are committed to excellent coffee, excellent standards and paying their farmers an excellent price. We source, roast, blend and pack the coffee ourselves, to ensure that the coffee makes as few journeys as possible once it has left the farm.