Angie Hernandez

Horizons: expressive and unique. Unusual origins and profiles pushing the boundaries of expectation. Read more.

Tasting Notes.

Red Plum, Pomegranate, Molasses






Finca Los Nogales




Yellow Colombia




Washed Anaerobic
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Our approach.

Our aspiration is to be the local hero of choice, a home to customers who make decisions with craft and quality in mind. We are dedicated to transparent, ethical coffee & food supply chains and source seasonally from the best producers around the world. We share these sourcing stories with you, as we believe enjoyment of food & coffee is more than just consumption, it's knowledge. We take equal pride in the skill that goes into sourcing, production and presentation.

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At Los Nogales, ripe cherries are first sanitised with water to eliminate undesirable microorganisms prior to fermentation. The cherries then undergo a thermal shock, exposed to hot and cold water which liberates the glucose crucial for fermentation while also pasteurising the coffee eliminating any remaining unwanted microorganisms. The sugar-rich juice of the coffee cherry is then collected during de-pulping to be used in fermentation to gain more complexity of flavour. The coffee is then placed in a tank, covered in both this juice and a 'pre-ferment' liquid which is selected by Angie, the teams microbiologist who cultivates these pre-ferments in her lab from coffee fruits.

Globally Sorced. Locally Crafted.

Cupped, tested, developed and roasted at our Coffee Lab in South London and New York.

Modern Coffee.
Holistic approach.

It encapsulates the attention to detail, creativity, and focus on provenance and quality.

Eighteen, no two the same.

Each of our locations are designed to play a contemporary role in the Modern Coffee experience.


Colombia’s diverse terroir encompasses several coffee producing regions, each with its distinct microclimate and soil composition. Notable coffee regions include Huila, Nariño, Antioquia, and Cauca. These regions contribute to the wide range of flavors found in Colombian coffees.

Colombia cultivates different coffee varietals, such as Caturra, Castillo, Pink Bourbon, Typica, and Gesha to name a few. Coffee farms are often situated in the ideal altitude range of 1,200 to 1,800 MaSL, which provides coffee cherries with ample time to ripen, leading to well-balanced acidity and notable sweetness in the beans.

Discover Colombia.
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