St Helena, a volcanic tropical island in the South Atlantic Ocean, has been a British colony since the 17th Century and is one of the most isolated of British overseas territories. The native Green Tipped Bourbon Arabica varietal coffee was introduced to St Helena in 1733 by its then owner, The East India Company. The island's most famous resident was theEmperor Napoleon, who was exiled there after his defeat at Waterloo 1815 until his death in 1821. Many connoisseurs consider this to be thebest coffee in the world. Napoleon agreed, stating that “the best thing about St Helena is the coffee”!
Wrangham estatelies just above Bamboo Hedge, approximately 550 meters above sea level. This coffee has clean, bright and beautifully balanced notes of citrus, honey, berry and stone fruits.