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Flevocom Ltd

Quality and Logistic

FLEVOCOM is committed to providing premium-quality services for companies in the coffee grinding industry. Learn more about the quality and logistics of our company on this page. We serve in and around the U.K.

Coffee Offers

Arabica

Grade

Physical Aspect

Bean Size

Defects

Kivu 3 (K3)

Green to Bluish

Flawless

54% Screen 17

20% Screen 16

Defect-Free

Kivu 4 (K4)

Greenish to

Yellowish

54% Screen 17

20% Screen 16

No Major Defects

Some Broken, Immature and Insect-Damaged Beans

Kivu 5 (K5)

Grey-Green to

Green-Brownish

44% Screen 17

20% Screen 16

Free From Very Defective Beans

Some Broken, Foxy, Discoloured and Insect-Damaged

Kivu 6 (K6)

Dull, Heterogeneous


Numerous Defective Beans

Kivu 7 (K7)

Heterogeneous


Heterogeneous Waste

Robusta (Washed)

Grade

New Naming

Physical Aspect

Bean Size

Defects

Hors Type Merchant

Washed

Average


(HTM/W/M)

Washed Maxima Prima

(WMP)

Greenish to Yellowish Uniform

30%/45% S17

40%/50% S15

5.0% Insect-Damaged

1.1% Crushed

1.7% Fragments

0.2% Greyish

14% Blotchy

0.2% Foreign Matter

Hors Type

Merchant

Washed Inferior


(HTM/W/I)

Washed Prima

(WP) 

Greenish to Yellowish

30%/45% S17

40%/50% S15


Remainder S15

15% Insect-Damaged

1.1% Crushed

1.7% Fragments

0.2% Greyish

14% Blotchy

0.2% Foreign Matter

Robusta (Sun-Dried)

Grade

New Naming

Physical Aspect

Bean Size

Defects

Hors Type Merchant

Natural Average


(HTM/N/M)

Natural

Extra Prima

(NEP)

Yellow to Brownish Heterogeneous

30%/45% S17

40%/50% S15


Remainder S15

5.0% Insect-Damaged

1.1% Crushed

1.3%Fragments

0.2% Greyish

0.2% Foreign Matter

Some Defective Beans

Hors Type Merchant

Natural Inferior


(HTM/N/I)

Natural Prima

(NP)

Yellow to Brownish

Heterogeneous

30%/45% S17

40%/50% S15


Remainder S15

15% Insect-Damaged

1.1% Crushed

1.3%Fragments

0.4% Black

3.0% Greyish

0.2% Foreign Matter

Some Defective Beans

Hors Type

Current Average


(HTM/C/M)

Courant

(C)

Yellowish, Greenish to Brownish

Heterogeneous

30%/45% S17
40%/50% S15

Remainder S15

20% Insect-Damaged

0.6% Crushed

2.0% Fragments

1.2% Black

0.5%Greyish

1.6% Brownish

1.6% Blotchy

1.7% Discoloured

0.2% Foreign Matter

Several Defective Beans

Hors Type

Courant Average


(HTM/C/I)

Standard

(S)

Yellowish, Greenish to Brownish

Heterogeneous

30%/45% S17

40%/50% S15


Remainder S15

25% Insect-Damaged

2.0% Crushed

10% Fragments

3.0% Black

4.0%Greyish

2.0% Brownish

1.6% Blotchy

3.0% Discoloured

0.4% Foreign Matter

Numerous Defective Beans

Origins

With an abundant hydrography, vast rainforest, tropical climate, fertile soil and varied landscape, the Democratic Republic of Congo has favourable conditions for the cultivation of both Arabica and Robusta coffee.

History

In 1898, Coffea canephora was first identified growing wild in the Belgian Congo.

Coffee Type

  • Arabica
  • Amarela
  • Blue Mountain
  • Bourbon
  • Catura
  • Jackson
  • Kabare
  • Local Bronz
  • Maragogype
  • Mibirizi
  • Rumangabo
  • Typica
  • Canephora
  • Robusta:
  • L-36
  • L48
  • L93
  • L147
  • L215
  • L251
  • Petit Kwilu:
  • La93
  • La158
  • S9
  • S19
  • S23

Producing Regions

  • Bandundu
  • Bas-Congo
  • North and South Kivu
  • Oriental
  • Equateur

Processing Method

Dry and Wet

Harvest Period

October to September

Marketing System

Direct Sale

Port of Shipment

  • Boma (Democratic Republic of Congo)
  • Dars es Salaam (Tanzania)
  • Matadi (Democratic Republic of Congo)
  • Mombasa (Kenya)

Countries of Export

  • Belgium
  • France
  • Germany

Italy

Switzerland

USA

Cupping Characteristics

  • Arabica: Full-Bodied and Fruity With a Mild Acidity
  • Robusta: Chocolaty, Nutty and Full of Spume

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