Coffee Origins

Cup Gallery

Make a positive change with your hot cups




Each carton contains a random mix of designs, with designs being updated seasonally.

Coffee Origins™ Cup Gallery is not just a great-looking way to serve a hot drink. It will bring your customers closer to the origins of their coffee, while supporting coffee growing communities around the world.

5%of sales are contributed to our partner charities.

We're working with charities around the world, supporting positive social change through the power of coffee.

By purchasing Coffee Origins™ Cup Gallery, you and your customers are helping to improve the health, education and food security of families in rural coffee growing communities around the world.

Watch Video
Download Video

I AM ECO™ cups are compostable and biodegradable

Indonesia Is the world's fourth largest coffee producer

The Indonesia cup features a contemporary take on traditional batik designs. The cup's vibrant colours reflect Indonesia's bright and beautiful culture.

The country's equatorial location and volcanic, mountainous terrain make it ideal for coffee production.

Indonesia is so famous for its coffee that Java, the name of the island home to half the country's population, became a colloquial term for the beverage in North America.

Most coffee produced is Robusta. Specialties include 'kopi luwak', produced from coffee beans eaten and digested by a creature called a civet, producing one of the most expensive coffees in the world.

Indonesian coffees tend to be full-bodied, rich in taste and lean toward dark and earthy flavours.

Compostable & Biodegradable Sustainable
Watch Video
Download Video

Uganda Coffee is Uganda's top-earning export crop

In Uganda, geometric patterns are used as part of traditional storytelling. This cup was influenced by designs used in traditional woven textiles and ornaments.

Uganda could be called the second home of coffee, due to the 'Nganda' variety of the Coffea Robusta species being indigenous to the country.

Coffee is Uganda's top-earning export crop with 97% of it being exported.

There has been a spike in the number of coffee shops in the capital Kampala in recent years as the popularity of coffee in Uganda grows.

Ugandan Robusta coffee typically produces a full-bodied flavor profile that exhibits earthiness and a higher caffeine content than Arabica.

Compostable & Biodegradable Sustainable
Watch Video
Download Video

Ethiopia Is known as the birthplace of coffee

Inspired by the ancient weaving traditions of Ethiopia, this cup design focuses on simplicity and reflects the purity of the raw materials used in the country's traditional textiles.

According to legend, coffee's stimulating properties were discovered in Ethiopia by nomadic mountain tribes who ate the plant's berries.

Today, Ethiopia is the world's seventh largest producer of coffee, and a quarter of Ethiopia's population rely on coffee for their livelihood.

There are up to five thousand strains of the Arabica plant in Ethiopia, resulting in coffee flavours that are complex and diverse, ranging from deep and spicy to fruity and floral.

Compostable & Biodegradable Sustainable
Watch Video
Download Video

Standard Cups

Mexico The world's first organic coffee farm was founded in Mexico

Decorative ceramic tiles are a classic Mexican home accent which helped influenced the rich, bold design for the Mexican cup.

A coffee-cultivating country since the late 18th century, today Mexico is renowned for its organic coffee, producing up to 60 per cent of the world's supply, and able to fetch much higher prices for farmers. Coffee is grown in 12 of Mexico's states, and is a major source of employment in rural areas.

Historically, Mexican coffee was viewed as cheap, and popular for blends, but its offerings have become more sophisticated, with single-origins and other specialties more prevalent. Mexico is the largest source of US coffee imports.

Flavours in a cup of Mexican coffee tend to be described as delicate and mild with dry, acidic elements, making it ideal for enjoying black.

Watch Video
Download Video

Guatemala Coffee production in Guatemala started in the 1850s

The Guatemalan cup design was inspired by the vibrant geometric patterns traditionally used in brocading and embroidering.

Despite being a tiny country of only 108,889sqm packing in 15 million people, Guatemala punches above its weight with its coffee production and quality.

Its coffee industry was developed in the 1850s, and by 1880, counted for 90 per cent of the country's exports. Today it is still an important source of export and income for Guatemala – and the coffee sector is one of the largest employers.

Guatemalan coffees tend to have medium-to-full flavours, often with a smack of smoky chocolate, thanks to volcanic soil most of the crops are grown in, with regional characteristics.

Watch Video
Download Video

Cuba Coffee came to Cuba in the mid-1700s

Cuba's cup design references the art nouveau era, when many of Havana's famous pastel-coloured buildings were built.

Coffee cultivation began in Cuba in the mid-18th century, and flourished into a prosperous industry and a major export. In modern, post-revolution Cuba, the industry is much smaller, and more specialized, particularly with organic varietals.

Coffee is rationed monthly, and most Cubans drink coffee made with a stovetop espresso maker.

The drinking of coffee is a social activity in Cuba, traditionally shared with guests over neighbourhood gossip. In fact, a typical serving of coffee is known as a 'colada', which contains multiple Cuban-style espresso shots, and is intended to be shared with friends or colleagues during a work break.

Watch Video
Download Video

Giving back

At Detpak, we're working with charities around the world to support positive social change using the power of coffee. By purchasing the Detpak Coffee Origins™ Cup Gallery, you're contributing to improving the health, education and food security of families in rural coffee growing communities around the world.

5%of sales are contributed to our partner charities.

Our first partner organisation is Pueblo a Pueblo, meaning 'Village to Village', a Guatemala-based charity that works to address the three most critical needs of coffee-growing families: sustainable, long-term solutions to support child education and improve health and access to nutritious food.

Our contributions go toward supporting Pueblo a Pueblo's programs, including the Sustainable Livelihood program. This incorporates a Beekeeping project, which was implemented with a group of coffee farmers to empower families by teaching them additional skills to supplement their income. In August 2017, we made our first contribution to Pueblo a Pueblo of $1,500 (AUD) and in December we made an additional contribution of $5,000 (AUD).

Pueblo a Pueblo

The product detail

Cups - I AM ECO™

Each carton contains a random mix of cup designs
Description Item Code Design Diameter QTY/CTN
8oz SQUAT SINGLE WALL Eco R692S0275Coffee Origins™89mm1000
12oz SINGLE WALL EcoR257S0275Coffee Origins™89mm1000
16oz SINGLE WALL EcoR548S0275Coffee Origins™89mm1000
8oz SQUAT SMOOTH DOUBLE WALL EcoR794S0275Coffee Origins™89mm500
12oz SMOOTH DOUBLE WALL EcoR417S0275Coffee Origins™89mm500
16oz SMOOTH DOUBLE WALL EcoR440S0275Coffee Origins™89mm500


Description Item Code Design Diameter QTY/CTN
8oz SQUAT/12oz/16oz Eco LIDV139S0001White89mm1000
8oz SQUAT/12oz/16oz SMOOTH LIDV668S0001White89mm1000
8oz SQUAT/12oz/16oz SMOOTH LIDV668S0029Black89mm1000

Compostable & Biodegradable Sustainable

Cups - Standard

Each carton contains a random mix of cup designs
Description Item Code Design Diameter QTY/CTN
8oz RIPPLE-WRAP™R604S0275Coffee Origins™80mm1,000
12oz RIPPLE-WRAP™R368S0275Coffee Origins™89mm1,000
16oz RIPPLE-WRAP™R292S0275Coffee Origins™89mm500
8oz SMOOTH DOUBLE WALLR554S0275Coffee Origins™80mm1,000
12oz SMOOTH DOUBLE WALLR576S0275Coffee Origins™89mm1,000
16oz SMOOTH DOUBLE WALLR018S0275Coffee Origins™89mm500
8oz SINGLE WALLR350S0275Coffee Origins™80mm1,000
12oz SINGLE WALLR536S0275Coffee Origins™89mm1,000
16oz SINGLE WALLR131S0275Coffee Origins™89mm1,000


Description Item Code Design Diameter QTY/CTN
8oz SMOOTH LIDV784S0001White80mm1,000
12/16oz SMOOTH LIDV668S0001White89mm1,000
8oz SMOOTH LIDV784S0029Black80mm1,000
12/16oz SMOOTH LIDV668S0029Black89mm1,000

Sustainable • Detpak's range of existing lids are suitable for use with Coffee Origins™ cups.