Our story


8-phase coffee is part of The Table Food and Beverage Ltd, providing service to a private company, our Michelin-starred trained, award-winning chefs strive to provide exceptional quality service to hard-working individuals dedicated to achieving greatness.

Our dedication to excellence extends beyond our food service. As a company, we believe in going above and beyond what’s considered the norm, to the point that it doesn’t make sense to a lot of people.

One small example of this is the story of our coffee. In the office the coffee on offer was good but we thought, we can do better – let’s up the ante. A coffee bean roaster was purchased shortly after followed by extensive research on raw green beans to find the perfect flavour profile.

After (literally) years of experimentation, refinement, and obsessive attention to every individual aspect of each phase of the recipe. The basic recipe was at the stage where we had to finally choose the bean.

The standout choice: the Iapar 59 Brazilian bean. This bean is exceptional in taste and quality, and you can learn more about the farm and the coffee itself below. Fine tuning and refining carried on, to suit the characteristics of the chosen beans. And now feel our 8-phase roasting and preparation process is at the point to shout about it.

Now, our goal is to share our passion for outstanding coffee with everyone. We believe that every individual deserves the chance to experience the unique and exceptional flavour profile of our 8-phase coffee.

The farm

In 1996, Henrique Sloper inherited the family farm from his grandfather, Olivar Araújo, a pioneer in the organic coffee production industry. Prior to taking over the farm, Henrique had served as the president of the Brazil Speciality Coffee Association (BSCA).

With a clear vision in mind, Henrique set out to produce high-quality, organic coffee on the farm. Today, not only is the coffee grown using organic methods, the farm also employs biodynamic techniques, resulting in even higher quality beans that are more pest-resistant. Furthermore, these methods enrich the soil and contribute to a healthier environment.