Discover the best Specialty Coffee beans sometimes is not enough. You can roast the most sought-after and special coffee but if the roasting is not done in a proper way, with experience and passion, you will get a normal or even worse not good coffee.


Tommaso Bongini - Brand Developer & Roaster.

Gearbox Coffee Roasters (Borgo S. Lorenzo – Florence – Italy) was born from an idea of Tommaso Bongini, quality control manager for Caffè Mokarico, his family business. His intent is to associate his two greatest passions, coffee and cars: two worlds so different, often with some common points.
A brand based on craftsmanship, the quality of the product and the processing techniques, where the human factor, the roaster one, is essential to obtain an outstanding result. Actually Tommaso Bongini is the Brand Developer & Roaster.


Debora is a graphic designer and has a good nose. She connects with  Ojo de Café good design with enjoyment. Cristian comes from international sales, studied political science and economics. He realized what an impact coffee has on the lives of millions of coffee producers. And that he can change the world with every cup of coffee. Thanks to Colombia, they discovered the love for coffee. Latin America is their second home, so they started looking for the best coffee beans there in 2016. In the meantime they have established good relationships with fantastic farmers and better and better coffees are ending up in their roastery.


Pacamara was born from the dream of 2 people, passionate about a product, who wanted to take part in the evolution towards a more fair and sustainable industry as well as sharing their passion with everyone around them. With that in mind, they source beans from creative and dedicated farmers, trying their best to highlight their labour by roasting carefully each batch and offering training to the barista preparing your beverage. Pacamara is a coffee variety, hybrid of PACAS and MARAGOGYPE. Besides being identifiable by its abnormally big size it’s also notable for its outstanding flavour characteristics. For Pacamara it is the perfect example of the evolution of the coffee industry in the last decade. From being a commodity product surrounded by secrecy and mysticism with consumers and baristas not really knowing what happens earlier on in the supply chain, coffee producing is now on the way of transparency, collaboration, fairness and quality focus to a point where they understand botanical varieties as well as processing, roasting and brewing. From the farmer to the barista every contact with human hand will have an impact on the taste of the cup you drink, therefore Pacamara aim to bring you a product with a traceable ethical supply chain and a flavour that will reflect all the care given by so many human beings along its travel.