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Colombia Las Misiones
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Koppi Fine Coffee Roasters
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Las Misiones For us, the Misiones from Colombia is more than special. For a long time, we have been looking for a coffee that meets our quality and taste requirements – and a coffee where we can trade directly with the producer. Therefore, we are humbly proud of this coffee, which is our first directly […]
Rwanda Kanzu Aromatics: Candied pear, Floral Acidity: Citric Sweetness: Honeyed Producer: Various Altitude: 1,950 masl Varieties: Bourbon We are once again excited to offer a beautiful bourbon cultivar from the Kanzu washing station in Rwanda! Kanzu washing station sits at 1,950 meters in Nyamasheke, located in Southwestern Rwanda. The coffee grows in rich volcanic soil […]
This month’s coffee is a Colombian Geisha by Jairo Lopez, roasted by power-couple Esther Maasdam and Ben Morrow of Manattan Coffee in Rotterdam. This coffee is one of the absolute BEST we’ve had all year. It’s super clean, extra sweet, and full of interesting fruit. It may be a natural, but it’s not “natty”. Luckily, Ben […]
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This week we return to Berlin with one of our favourite roasters, Five Elephant. They’ve got a beautiful Kenyan AA, bursting with orange marmalade goodness, stewed fruits, and a bunch of white grape — or a whole lot of Ribena and apple juice concentrate if you give our brew method a try 😉
This month, we come back to Melbourne with our good friends, St. ALi Coffee Roasters and their Ethiopia Barkume Uraga Tome. They’ve provided a two-for-one—subscribers receive 50g of both the washed and natural process of this coffee. No matter which processing method you prefer, we’re sure you’ll enjoy their contrasting sweetness, florality, and clarity.
This month we stay in Colombia (even stay at the same farm!) but move roasters with Atkinsons Coffee Roasters, based in Lancaster, UK. They’ve got a delightful honey red bourbon, with sweet, bright passionfruit-like acidity, a hint of fresh strawberry, tropical fruits — and all that boozy goodness from the honey process.
This month we head to the United Kingdom, with Climpson & Sons. Based in London, they’ve roasted a tasty Pacamara natural from Café Granja La Esperanza in Colombia. This is all pineapple, raspberry, and cacao, an incredibly delicious version of this amazing bean.
This month we stay in Melbourne with Genovese Specialty Coffee Division, and Australia’s 2018 ASCA Roasting Champion #benovese Ben Toovey, heading over to Brazil with a unique controlled fermentation Red Cataui AND a taster of the same bean — naturally fermented. One of the fastest ways to learn about coffee is side by side cupping — and Ben and his team have delivered a super cool experience for you to try just that.
This month we head to Colombia, by way of Small Batch here in Melbourne, Australia. They’ve got a stunning Geisha (only our second Geisha throughout Superlatives!) produced by Raquel Lasso, a pioneering leader within her community. This coffee is all syrupy body, jammy bakers spice, rosehip, apple, grape, and mandarin, with super aromatics of white flowers, citrus peel, mandarin, and perfume. It’s pretty superlative really ; )