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Indochina Coffee is based in London and run by Shirani Gunawardena and Christian Steenberg. The business began in 2015 while we were living in Bangkok and enjoying the best of the region’s specialty coffee. We could not believe that these were so little known nor widely available in the UK and Europe.

So we decided to do something about it.

We sourced and shipped our first coffees to the UK in late 2017 and the response to these initial offerings was very positive. This season, we’re following up with a wide selection of washed, honey and naturals from Myanmar and China, which we hope to complement over the next few years with coffees from Thailand, Laos and the Philippines.

Shirani is proudly of Filipino and Sri Lankan heritage and her interest in coffee was piqued by both countries previously being major coffee producing nations. Her ultimate dream has been to work with specialty producers across Southeast Asia to showcase high quality coffees to the rest of the world. With her earlier career in equality and human rights in the UK, Shirani is focused on building sustainable livelihoods for coffee workers at origin, through long term partnerships with farmers and producers.

Christian was introduced to specialty coffee from Southeast Asia through opium replacement projects, where hill tribes in the once-notorious Golden Triangle have recently switched to coffee production. With a family background in warehousing, tea and spices and a previous career running large social justice programmes in London, Christian is passionate about marrying his skills and heritage to bring these exceptional coffees to the UK and Europe.

At its heart, Indochina Coffee strives to ensure fairness and transparency across the supply chain.

We believe that responsibly traded specialty coffee has the potential to genuinely improve the lives of coffee farmers and farm workers, while providing European roasters and coffee drinkers with some of the world’s most interesting coffees.

We are excited by the opportunity to highlight the potential of these ‘new’ origins to redraw the specialty coffee map.

Indochina Coffee is based in London and run by Shirani Gunawardena and Christian Steenberg. The business began in 2015 while we were living in Bangkok and enjoying the best of the region’s specialty coffee. We could not believe that these were so little known nor widely available in the UK and Europe.

So we decided to do something about it.

We sourced and shipped our first coffees to the UK in late 2017 and the response to these initial offerings was very positive. This season, we’re following up with a wide selection of washed, honey and naturals from Myanmar and China, which we hope to complement over the next few years with coffees from Thailand, Laos and the Philippines.

Shirani is proudly of Filipino and Sri Lankan heritage and her interest in coffee was piqued by both countries previously being major coffee producing nations. Her ultimate dream has been to work with specialty producers across Southeast Asia to showcase high quality coffees to the rest of the world. With her earlier career in equality and human rights in the UK, Shirani is focused on building sustainable livelihoods for coffee workers at origin, through long term partnerships with farmers and producers.

Christian was introduced to specialty coffee from Southeast Asia through opium replacement projects, where hill tribes in the once-notorious Golden Triangle have recently switched to coffee production. With a family background in warehousing, tea and spices and a previous career running large social justice programmes in London, Christian is passionate about marrying his skills and heritage to bring these exceptional coffees to the UK and Europe.

At its heart, Indochina Coffee strives to ensure fairness and transparency across the supply chain.

We believe that responsibly traded specialty coffee has the potential to genuinely improve the lives of coffee farmers and farm workers, while providing European roasters and coffee drinkers with some of the world’s most interesting coffees.

We are excited by the opportunity to highlight the potential of these ‘new’ origins to redraw the specialty coffee map.

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