Really Good Goods

Really Good Goods x Papa Palheta

For a limited time only, our Really Good Coffee from Hatuhei, Letefoho, Timor Leste, will be roasted by specialty coffee purveyor, Papa Palheta. Not only can you enjoy a 250g bag of freshly roasted beans, those who prefer to try an espresso with our new beans can head down to Chye Seng Huat Hardware coffee bar from 25-29 Sep to get a cuppa. Part of the proceeds from the sale of these coffee will go towards a scholarship fund supporting youths from the coffee communities for a residential hostel stay in Gleno. 
How do I get these Really Good Coffee roasted by Papa Palheta? 
17 Sep: Order a bag here
25-29 Sep: Head to Chye Seng Huat Hardware at 150 Tyrwhitt Road for a cuppa
29 Sep: Join a public cupping session at Chye Seng Huat Hardware to learn more about the coffee. Register here 
Will you be the lucky one? 
Take a photo of your cuppa Really Good Coffee (Hatuhei) brew in Chye Seng Huat Hardware coffee bar and post on your social media, #rggtimorcoffee. Like both @reallygoodgoods & @cshhcoffee Instagram page and stand to win an aeropress brewing starter kit worth $176. 
How good is this coffee?

This Really Good Coffee hails from Hatuhei, a small group of coffee farmers in the village of Ducrai, Letefoho sub-district of Emera, Timor Leste.

  • Location: Suco(Village) Ducrai, Hatuhei Group
  • Altitude: 1,967m
  • Cupping Score: 86
  • Flavor notes: sparkling berries, milk chocolate and Lotus biscuits
  • Type of processing: Full washed
  • Variety: Hybrid de Timor, Typica

How am I doing good?

Children and youths in the Ermera district can walk 2-3hours a day just to get from their homes in the villages to schools in the bigger sub-districts. Sundermeier Home was set up to serve as a residential hostel to house youths (13-17 years old) in the Ermera district. Sundermeier Home is located in Gleno (the capital and biggest city in Ermera) and it is just a 10minutes walk away from the local high school. Youths staying in Sundermeier Home can hence save on their traveling time, making more effective use of their time. Youths in the home also have their physical, emotional and educational needs well-cared for, giving them a conducive environment to spend their teenage years. The profits from Really Good Goods will go towards sponsoring the stay in Sundermeier Home for youths from the coffee farming communities in Letefoho*.

*Profits will be donated to the Student Scholarship Scheme for Sundermeier Home in Timor Leste via Methodist Missions Society. (http://www.mms.org.sg/sss)

Try our new Really Good Coffee Hatuhei today!