Girls Who Grind Coffee - Colombia

Girls Who Grind Coffee - Colombia

It was LCF when I first met Casey and Fi. They are full of energy, great coffee and a really impressive brand! 


Fi is a Melbournian born and bred so coffee runs through her veins. Fi started her career in advertising as a creative strategist but a few years into her career felt the urge to open her own cafe utilising her design/brand skills and her love for coffee and cafe culture. Since then Fi’s career has always swayed between the two industries as it still does now within GWGC!

As Head of Brand and Customer Relations at GWGC Fi looks after everything brand, design and retail related; from designing packaging and merchandise to running our social media platforms and managing brand collaborations. Plus of course Fi takes care of all our wholesale and retail customers, cultivating good relationships between the roastery and the consumer.


As a coffee lover and a sociology student, Casey became interested in both the art and science behind making a great cup as well as the stories of the producers at origin. This led her to a position at a roastery and coffee lab in Vermont where she assisted on Q-grader courses and learned to cup & roast.

As Head of Coffee and Head Roaster at GWGC, Casey is responsible for sourcing the green beans and then of course roasting all our coffees.

Casey is always on the search for incredible female producers to work with, building those important relationships and selecting incredible coffees not only for their taste but for the stories behind them.


Click here for a video all about Girls Who Grind Coffee


This stunning Honey Micro-lot is produced by Paola, Leida and Adriana Diaz Castillo, 3 young sisters who have been involved in coffee production their whole lives, They have named this coffee ‘Carmen Honey’ as a tribute to the Virgin of Carmen, a Saint to which the sisters’ grandparents are devoted to. 

To read more about the story behind the Castillo Diaz Sisters click here.


Roaster - Girls Who Grind Coffee

Location - Upton Scudamore, Warminster, Wiltshire.


Coffee Origin - Colombia

Grower - Finca La Esperanza

Location - Soccorro, Santander

Process - Honey

Variety - Colombia / Castillo

Taste notes - Zingy & Lingering. Honey drenched tropical fruit salad, orange blossom.



Click here to see the full coffee detail on the GWGC site, where you can also buy more of their coffee and some original merch


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    When you can expect your order:

    Whatever you order, we will get it to you as soon as possible. Any brewing equipment or filters will be in stock unless otherwise stated on the page and sent out within 2 business days. Anything showing not in stock will not be available again before Christmas. 

    Coffee bags and the Christmas tasting boxes will be sent out to arrive with you in the UK on Wednesday 23rd December, so your coffee is fresh for Christmas.

    If you are ordering from further away, your coffee will be sent on Friday 18th December and will aim to be with you for Christmas, but with International post at this time of year it may be a little longer. 

    Shipping terms are correct at the time of order but subject to change in the future. 


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