UNROASTED - Monte Café, São Tomé
UNROASTED - Monte Café, São Tomé
UNROASTED - Monte Café, São Tomé

UNROASTED - Monte Café, São Tomé

Regular price£35.00
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We offer express shipping and tracking to almost every country in the world. For international orders, shipping costs and any duties & taxes are calculated and prepaid for at checkout to ensure your coffee is received as quickly as possible. 

All orders are packed and shipped from our roastery in the UK. We aim to process and ship orders within 1-2 working days, although large orders containing multiple varieties of roasted coffee may take slightly longer. 


DPD Premium Delivery: 1-2 working days after dispatch

Orders below 2kg - £4.99

Orders between 2kg-5kg - £8.99

Orders above 5kg - £13.99

Orders above £100 - FREE


DHL EXPRESS: 3-6 working days after dispatch

Orders above £200 - FREE SHIPPING

For all other orders - Shipping starts at £22, the exact amount is calculated at checkout depending on weight and shipping location

There are no duties/taxes on shipments to the USA, although orders valued above $800 may be subject to additional checks at customs. If placing a very large order, we recommend splitting it into shipments that total under $800 to avoid possible delays. If you make a large order and DHL contact you for more information, please pass their email on to us and Sea Island Coffee will deal with the order.


DHL EXPRESS: 3-5 working days after dispatch

Orders above £250 - FREE

All other orders - Shipping starts at £32, exact amount calculated at checkout depending on weight and shipping location.



Europe & the Channel Islands: 2-5 working days after dispatch

Rest of the world: 3-7 working days after dispatch

Exact shipping amount calculated at checkout depending on weight and location.

Monte Café
São Tomé

São Tomé and Príncipe is a small Portuguese-speaking country located off the western equatorial coast of Central Africa consisting of two main islands: São Tomé and Príncipe. The islands were uninhabited until discovered in the 15th century by Portuguese explorers, and subsequently served as a vital commercial trade point for the cultivation of sugar, cocoa, and coffee. The islands' volcanic origin is evident in the beautifully striking rock and coral formations, rainforests, and sandy beaches. Ôbo Natural Park, a biodiverse jungle preserve, covers much of São Tomé and is easily distinguished by the iconic ‘Pico Cão Grande’, a magnificent volcanic rock that stands like a rocket in the center of the island.

São Tomé’s rich volcanic soil, tropical forest shade, and a humid equatorial climate create the ideal conditions for growing coffee - the districts name 'Monte Café' means 'Coffee Mountain' in Portuguese. Local farmers in São Tomé have focused on producing small lots of high-quality beans, making São Tomé coffee quite a rare and exotic origin and also giving the coffee its lovely distinctive characteristics.

These Arabica beans are grown at an altitude of 690 meters and hand-picked by the ‘Cooperativa de Exportacao de Cafe Biologico’, a cooperative of 250 coffee farmers in the district of Trindade Monte Café. Members of the cooperative have worked to boost the coffee sector in São Tomé through revitalizing old plantations on the slopes of Monté Pico and establishing an organic farming certification.

Tasting Notes: Nuts, Stonefruit, Cocoa, Red Berries.

Green coffee beans

For micro-roasters, wholesalers, and home roasters, all our coffee varieties are available as green (raw) unroasted beans. Green coffee beans almost never expire. For larger wholesale orders, please contact us via our wholesale page.

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