Coffee lovers are hard to please by any other substitute. Although caffeine's health benefits have long been enumerated, going overboard with it may also result in grave repercussions. Caffeine addiction is very much a thing of this world and can lead to a host of health issues when left unchecked. While an average adult can safely consume up to 400mg of caffeine in a day, making it a habit can begin to have adverse effects on some people. If you are one of those who are trying to cut down on the daily caffeine intake, green coffee can serve as a great option.Our 8 species mix of coffee from Madagascar with a lower level of caffeine even when is roasted keeps pleasant taste, smell, and color as commercial Arabica or Robusta.

Consuming too much caffeine can lead to jitteriness, anxiety, heart palpitations, and even exacerbated panic attacks. If you are sensitive to caffeine and tend to become overstimulated, you may want to avoid coffee altogether. Another unwanted side effect is that it can disrupt sleep.


Pouch of 8 species coffee beans mix:
moisture content: 12.5%,
contamination: 2%+/-1% (broken beans or part of the beans shell)
net weight: 500g

Green coffee benefits :

  •  Weight loss
  •  Wrinkle formation
  •  Boost hair grown
  •  Decreases skin roughness
  •  Help lower blood pressure
  •  Fight against harmful free radicals
  •  Boost your focus and mood
  •  Natural detox that cleanses the liver


The beans were plainly wild picked 100% natural, there are around 8 species of coffee beans mix.
All beans sun-dried interacts with the energy from the rays and change the chemical composition of the cherry, cleaned on the blowing wind not washed.

In a natural processed coffee, the whole coffee cherry is dried first before the fruit surrounding the bean is removed. This means that the coffee bean is in contact with the fruit of the coffee cherry throughout the drying process. This contact time enables a transfer of organic compounds between the different levels of the coffee cherry – the practical effect is that the bean absorbs and takes on some of the taste characteristics of the fruit.

In a washed coffee, that organic matter is stripped off of the bean within days of the coffee cherry being plucked from the tree. The beans are then washed (this removes any remaining sticky mucilage from the bean) before being dried.


Simply, the taste of a natural processed coffee will echo its processing method in that you will taste more of different fruits and spices. In the washed coffee, you will taste more or only the coffee bean taste.

Colors varied from Charcoal gray through 4 shades of brown to mid-green. The aroma of the roasted beans is of Camphor wood and a bit of spice; when brewed and tasted, but when cooler, made quite a pleasant soft regular black coffee of good color and clarity. The natural drying process is perfect for home roasting.



Green Coffee Beans 8 Species Mix

SKU: 060
£4.80 Regular Price
£4.70Sale Price
500 Grams
  • Of all known wild coffee species, in fact, 124 different species of coffee trees have been identified, almost half are found only in Madagascar as wild bushes. But they aren’t commercially consumed. In fact, many have lower or negligible amounts of caffeine. You might wonder why that matters to your daily brew made with beans from Colombia or Ethiopia. Madagascar’s wild coffee plants have pest and disease tolerances, climate adaptations, and potential genetic value that could be important for the sustained production of commercial coffee species.

    Green coffee is simply coffee beans that haven't been through the roasting process. Before roasting, the pulp and mucilage (outer skin layers) are removed from the beans and they are then put out to dry,  this is what gives the beans their pale green colour. Once they have dried in the sun, they are usually distributed to roast.

    The coffee grown in Madagascar has changed over time. While it was primarily low-grade robusta that used to be cultivated in the country, now the amount of higher-grade arabica beans has increased. Around 90% of the coffee produced in Madagascar is still robusta, but now arabica takes up the remaining 10%.


    Green coffee beans are simply regular coffee beans that haven’t been roasted and remain completely raw.

    Their extract is popular as a dietary supplement, but green coffee can also be purchased in whole-bean form and used to make a hot beverage, much like roasted coffee.

    Bear in mind that a mug of this light green drink will not taste like the roasted coffee you’re used to, as it has a much milder flavor. It’s said to taste more like herbal tea than coffee.

    What’s more, its chemical profile is quite different than that of roasted coffee, though their origins are similar.

    It boasts an abundant supply of chlorogenic acids — compounds with potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects that may provide many health benefits