This exquisite coffee from the highlands of Peru is made using the finest arabica beans from farms with organic and Fairtrade certification. The farmers receive fair prices for their coffee, which not only increases their incomes, but also helps to improve social and economic living conditions in the local area. A real benefit to everyone in the region.
With Dallmayr Gran Verde, you can enjoy an outstanding organic coffee with a smooth, thick crema. Full-bodied and harmonious with a pleasant acidity. A single-origin coffee from Peru with a fine flavour and aroma, certified with the Bio (organic) and Fairtrade seals.
Ideal for preparing café crème.
220g whole beans
750g whole beans
With Dallmayr Gran Verde, you can enjoy an outstanding organic coffee. Full-bodied and harmonious with a pleasant acidity. A sustainable premium coffee from Peru with the Bio (organic) and Fairtrade seals.
Ideal for preparing filter coffee and coffee in a French press.
220g ground coffee
This exquisite coffee speciality from the highlands of Peru is made using the finest arabica beans from farms with organic and Fairtrade certification. The mild and gentle roasting process ensures a velvety smooth taste experience with an elegant acidity.
Ideal for preparing lungo.
The organic and Fairtrade certified arabica beans for this outstanding coffee come from the highlands of Peru. The dark and intense roast gives the coffee its rich, full-bodied flavour.
Ideal for preparing lungo and latte macchiato.
An elegant espresso that bears the organic and Fairtrade seals. Finest highland arabica and robusta coffee beans from sustainable farms are roasted gently and intensely to create the typical full-bodied flavour of espresso.
Also ideal for making ristretto and latte macchiato.
The capsules for Dallmayr Gran Verde capsa are manufactured without aluminium in Germany. They are made of bio-based raw materials (50–85%) and are compostable.
We use the latest capsule technology with optimal oxygen barrier properties – providing a long-lasting guarantee of fresh coffee in the cup. This technology keeps each capsule airtight to ensure a fresh flavour and aroma. The date of minimum durability is 18 months.
Most people associate the word “compostable” with being able to dispose of waste as compost in their homes or gardens. However, there are also industrial composting facilities. Here, the following applies: after 3 months, no more than 10% of the composted waste – based on the original mass – may remain after passing through a 2 mm sieve. The residue must not have any harmful effects on the compost material.
DIN EN 13432 defines requirements for the industrial compostability of packaging. Gran Verde capsules meet the relevant standards (certified in accordance with DIN CERTCO 9G0095 & 7P0657).
Products made of biodegradable materials that are turned into compost after use meet the requirements of the circular economy.
Dallmayr Via Verde is our seal for a sustainable “green path”, our responsibility towards humankind and nature. With each sale, you help to improve the living conditions of coffee farmers and their families, and to protect natural resources.
The coffee for Gran Verde comes from Peru. The South American country is a pioneer in FTO: Fair Trade Organic – in other words fairly traded organic coffee.
This is about ensuring a fair relationship between farmers and traders – including fair commercial structures with reasonable prices for green coffee and minimum wages for the pickers. Fairtrade is what allows many small farms to access the market in the first place. Thanks to minimum prices, they are also protected against strong fluctuations in the coffee market. The Fairtrade seal alone says nothing about how the coffee is grown.
In contrast to conventional coffee, organic coffee is grown using mixed cropping rather than monoculture farming methods – with shade trees such as banana trees. These protect the sensitive arabica coffee plant from the heat and reduce soil depletion. The methods help to protect the natural habitat of several animal species. Pesticides are taboo, and farmers use only natural fertilisers on their plantations.