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As roasters, we aspire to make our contribution to the value chain sustainable and delicious, with packaging designed to match the exotic flavours of the beans they contain.

Tyrian Metaltail Hummingbird

Metallura Tyrianthina

Found in South America. Its natural
habitats are subtropical or tropical moist montane forest, which include Venezuela’s coffee producing regions.

Wilson’s Bird-of -Paradise

Cicinnurus Respublica

Endemic to Indonesia, the Wilson’s bird-of-paradise can be found in the hills and lowland rainforests.

Representing: Indonesian Honey Coffees

Sprangled Cotinga

Cotinga Cayana

This bird can be found in the canopy of the Amazon Rainforest in South America.

Representing: Rare Release Southamerican Coffees

Wattled Ibis

Bostrychia Carunculata

Is endemic to the Ethiopian highlands and is found only in Ethiopia and Eritrea.

Representing: Ethiopian Washed Coffees

Lilac-breasted Roller


Widely distributed in sub-Saharan Africa, it prefers open woodland.

Representing: Central African Washed Coffees

Resplendent Quetzal

Cicinnurus Respublica

Can be found in the montane cloud forests of Central America. They play an important role in Mesoamerican mythology.

Representing: Central American Washed Coffees

Andean Cock-of-the-Rock

Rupicola Peruvians

Native to the Colombian, Ecuatorian and Peruvian Andes from 500 to 2400 masl.

Representing: Colombian Honey coffees

Scarlet Macaw

Ara Macao

Native to the humid evergreen forests of tropical Central and South America.

Representing: Colombian Washed Coffees

Northern Rockhopper Penguin

Eudyptes Moseleyi

Endemic to the Southern Indian and Atlantic Oceans. The odd one out of the Landed Coffee Roaster’s Bird Collection. Much like our decaf.

Representing: Swiss Water Decaf Coffees

Giant Toucan

Ramphastos Toco

Found in semi-open habitats throughout a large part of central and eastern South America.

Representing: Brazilian Natural Coffees


Cristina Arce Tinalotta
Cris signing images

We came across Cristina’s art in an exhibition she participated in the main boulevard in Santander. Out of all the artists in the exhibition we were drawn to her mural and to our surprise, she was a local artist. We quickly contacted her and the rest is history. 

Cristina graduated as a graphic designer in 2019. She is a graphic designer, illustrator and visual artist who works under her alter ego Tina Lotta. With a clear feminist message, she elaborates portraits with a presence of animals, vegetation and a wide range of colours. All of which are tools she uses to propose collective questions about the society we live in. Her projects include books (Brava 2019), murals, illustrations and paintings. Check her out!

Cristina en exposicion
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