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$45.00

Signature Gift box includes:

  • Nimbus Blend 200g
  • Cumulo Blend 200g
  • Alto Blend 200g
  • Brewing guide booklet

 

Nimbus Blend 

Flavour notes: Chocolate, Hazelnut Overtone, Hint of tropical berries and fruits, Sweet caramel finish

Espresso Roast - Medium

Composition: Brazil Cerrado, Ethiopia Sidamo

Our darkest blend.
Intense, very sweet but yet with a touch of fruitiness to balance everything.
This is a super easy-going blend for those who likes low acidity, heavier bodies but still want some complexity. We recommend this for any espresso based drinks, milk cold brew
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Cumulo Blend

Flavour notes: Chocolate, Hazelnut Overtone, Smooth Body, Berries, Caramel

Espresso Roast - Medium

Composition: Brazil Cerrado, Colombia Gaitania (Seasonal)

Cumulo is our signature blend and a medium roast that makes a super solid milk-based espresso. It’s an easy drinking coffee that is a joy to brew with predominantly chocolaty notes carried by a syrupy body, along with caramel-like sweetness and a hazelnut overtone. We recommend it for anything that goes with milk!

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Alto Blend

Flavour notes: Chocolate, Hazelnut Overtone, Smooth Body, Tropical Fruits, Caramel

Omni Roast - Medium-Light

Composition: Brazil Cerrado, Colombia (Seasonal)

Alto means middle. It’s a very versatile blend suited for all brew methods and has a balanced profile for a wide range of palettes which has bits of everything: Chocolaty and nutty notes, Syrupy and Smooth Body, Fruity Acidity, Lingering caramel sweetness.

 

* We roast on order every Mondays and Fridays. Orders will typically be sent out the following day. Orders cut off time is 9.30am on roast days. We do have surplus roasts but these are subjected to availability.

 

$48.00

Gift box includes:

  • Brazil Cerrado Natural 200g
  • Colombia Tolima, Gaitania washed 200g
  • Ethiopia Guji, Hambela Natural 200g
  • Brewing guide booklet

 

Brazil Cerrado Natural

Flavour notes: Milk Chocolate, Hazelnuts and Caramel

Roast: Espresso - Medium

Producer: NKG Stockler

Process : Natural

Varietal: Mundo Novo, Catuai & Bourbon

Altitude: 800 to 1,250 MASL

Cerrado is a huge region in Brazil, meaning “savanna” or central plateau. It is a major powerhouse in coffee production and some of the best coffee in Brazil come from the region. Our Cerrado is a medium roast that makes a super solid espresso. It has softer body than normal brazilians, with notes of chocolate and hazelnuts and a sweet lingering caramel finish. We recommend it for both milk/black espresso, aeropress and cold brews!

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Colombia Tolima, Gaitania Washed

Flavour notes: Peach, Tropical Fruits, Vanilla

Roast: Omni - Medium-Light

Producer: Nasa Wesx & ASOPEP Co-operative

Process : Washed

Varietal: Castillo, Caturra

Altitude: 1,700 to 2,000 MASL

Score: 85+pts

Gaitania is located in the southern portion of Tolima, bordering Huila and Cauca, in the foothills of the Northern Andes. The Gaitania area is dominated by the Huila volcano, which is the 4th tallest mountain in Colombia and is topped by a glacier.

This organic coffee is produced by "Nasa Wesx" an indigenous community. They are a member of ASOPEP Co-operative, Gaitania is a remote region of Planadas, Colombia, known for citric and fruity coffees.

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Ehtiopia Guji, Hambela Natural 200g (Seasonal)

Flavour notes: Red Cherry, Pink Guava, Cacao, Bergamot

Roast: Omni

Producer: Small farm holders

Process : Natural

Varietal: Mixed Heirloom JARC’74

Origin: Guji Ethiopia

Altitude: 2,100 M.A.S.L

The fertile soils, ideal climate and elevation significantly contribute to the complexity of this coffee.

The smallholder farmers tediously handpick and collect the red ripe cherries, sort and keep the highest quality ones which are sun-dried on raised beds - the fruits are turned every couple of hours to allow even drying and fermentation over a few weeks.

This process enables the fruit of the coffee cherry to dry on the bean seed, under optimal moisture developing a flavourful complexity.

 

* We roast on order every Mondays and Fridays. Orders will typically be sent out the following day. Orders cut off time is 9.30am on roast days. We do have surplus roasts but these are subjected to availability.

$22.00

* We roast on order every Mondays and Fridays. Orders will typically be sent out the following day. Orders cut off time is 9.30am on roast days. We do have surplus roasts but these are subjected to availability.

Flavour notes: Red Cherry, Pink Guava, Cacao, Bergamot

Roast: Omni

Producer: Small farm holders

Process : Natural

Varietal: Mixed Heirloom JARC’74

Origin: Guji Ethiopia

Altitude: 2,100 M.A.S.L

The fertile soils, ideal climate and elevation significantly contribute to the complexity of this coffee.

The smallholder farmers tediously handpick and collect the red ripe cherries, sort and keep the highest quality ones which are sun-dried on raised beds - the fruits are turned every couple of hours to allow even drying and fermentation over a few weeks.

This process enables the fruit of the coffee cherry to dry on the bean seed, under optimal moisture developing a flavourful complexity.

 

$35.00

* We roast on order every Mondays and Fridays. Orders will typically be sent out the following day. Orders cut off time is 9.30am on roast days. We do have surplus roasts but these are subjected to availability.

Flavour notes: Dark Chocolate, Maraschino Cherry, Tropical Fruits, Butterscotch, Rum Cake

Roast: Filter - Light

Producer: Ninety Plus Geisha Estate

Process : Anaerobic Natural

Varietal: Geisha

Altitude: 1,200 to 1,550 MASL

Score: 90+pts

In 2005, Ninety Plus Founder, Joseph Brodsky, traveled to Ethiopia for the first time and decided to make it home for the coming years, having fallen in love with the people, the food, the language, the culture, and the semi-forested coffee lands in Ethiopia’s southwest.

Kambera derives its name from “Kampi” (site of Kampi Cooperative, a visit to which inspired – along with a hike to Ethiopia’s wildest coffee forests on the same trip – the coffee reforestation model currently employed at Ninety Plus) and “berry”. Kambera is now cultivated at Ninety Plus Gesha Estates in Panama, a proof of concept of the model inspired by Joseph’s very first visits to Ethiopian coffee communities and coffee wilderness.


Recipes:

Filter: 1:16 (96 Deg C)


$38.00

Matcha set box includes:

  • High grade Ceremonial Matcha Powder 40g in a tin
  • 1 Matcha whisk (100-prong)
  • 1 piece Ceremional matcha wooden scoop
  • Matcha recipe

 

Umami rich and smooth, 100% Natural.
A very high-grade artisanal blend of handpicked 'Samidori', 'Asahi', and 'Uji Hikari' breeds, direct from our farm partners in Uji, Kyoto.

Our ceremonial Matcha is carefully shaded for 20 to 30 days before harvest using a method called "Tana" which requires skillful technique and great care. Wonderful mellow aroma with a smooth taste.

Made in Japan.

[Usucha] - Thin Tea

2g Matcha to 70ml water @ 60 Deg C.

[Koicha] - Thick Tea

4g Matcha to 40ml water @ 75Deg C.

* Sieve tea before use. Please keep refrigerated for best flavor and shelf-life.
Note: Do not use high temperature water as the Matcha will turn bitter.

 

$10.50

Eco-friendly specialty coffee filter paper

Compatibility with Cafec Trapezoild Dripper, Kalita HA Dripper

with Kalita 103, Clever Dripper 500ml, Melitta #4, Bee House Dripper, Bonavita Dripper, Moccamaster & Wilfa Svart Presisjon (5-7cups)

 

ABACA Paper Filter is produced using a special technique to incorporate a 2-side crepe feature onto paper to allow smooth water flow and less chances of blockage during specialty coffee brewing. It is made of Abaca (Manila hemp) and mixed with wood pulp. It has good breathability, liquid permeability, tough structure, and elasticity. At the same time, it is an eco-friendly, biodegradable filter paper that is sustainable and certified by the FSC (Forest Management Committee). After safe and high-quality oxygen bleaching, the aroma of specialty coffee can be preserved even more during use.

  • No added fluorescent substance
  • 100% pure natural eco paper filter
  • JHDC Authorized Product
  • Excellent water permeability
  • Soft and tough

 

Material Composition

Paper


About the Brand

CAFEC is a brain child of Sanyo Sangyo, the Japanese pioneer filter paper manufacturer which developed world’s first cone shaped filter paper. CAFEC is passionate about coffee & specifically drip coffee. The company vows to make drip coffee easily accessible to everyone regardless of professionals or home brewers. They bring about a host of innovations & industry firsts to their drip coffee equipment which includes ABACA filter paper & Arita ware coffee dripper.

$8.50

Eco-friendly specialty coffee filter paper

Compatibility with Cafec Trapezoild Dripper, Kalita HA Dripper

  • 2-4 cups (102)

ABACA Paper Filter is produced using a special technique to incorporate a 2-side crepe feature onto paper to allow smooth water flow and less chances of blockage during specialty coffee brewing. It is made of Abaca (Manila hemp) and mixed with wood pulp. It has good breathability, liquid permeability, tough structure, and elasticity. At the same time, it is an eco-friendly, biodegradable filter paper that is sustainable and certified by the FSC (Forest Management Committee). After safe and high-quality oxygen bleaching, the aroma of specialty coffee can be preserved even more during use.

  • No added fluorescent substance
  • 100% pure natural eco paper filter
  • JHDC Authorized Product
  • Excellent water permeability
  • Soft and tough

 

What is Abaca?

Abaca, also known as Manila hemp, is a non-wood and environmentally friendly material made for the afforestation projects. It is eco-friendly because it has a short planting time and can be planted in large quantities without using chemical fertilizers or pesticides. Abaca replaces the use of wood and reduces forest consumption and environmental burden.

Abaca greatly reduces soil erosion and facilitates biodiversity restoration in tropical rainforest and it minimizes sedimentation problems in coastal areas. As the soil is able to retain more water, flooding and landslides will be better prevented. Abaca waste can even be used as an organic fertilizer.

Material Composition

Paper


About the Brand

CAFEC is a brain child of Sanyo Sangyo, the Japanese pioneer filter paper manufacturer which developed world’s first cone shaped filter paper. CAFEC is passionate about coffee & specifically drip coffee. The company vows to make drip coffee easily accessible to everyone regardless of professionals or home brewers. They bring about a host of innovations & industry firsts to their drip coffee equipment which includes ABACA filter paper & Arita ware coffee dripper.

$16.00

Balanced and rich, 100% Natural.
An artisanal blend of ready to use Hojicha. A naturally sweet taste and smoky flavor with distinct notes of cocoa. The sweetness of the stems combined with the smokiness of the leaves result in a well-rounded flavor that delights with each sip. Made in Kyoto, Japan.
 
[Hot]
Whisk 12g of hojicha powder to 30g of water till dissolved, then mixed with 200ml hot milk or frothed warm milk
[Cold]
Get ready a glass of 100g of ices with 220ml of cold milk, whisk 20g of hojicha powder to 30g of water till dissolved, then pour into milk

* Please keep refrigerated for best flavor and shelf-life.
 
 

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