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$26.00

*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.

Roast: Fliter - Light 

Flavour notes: Muscat grape, Osmanthus, Gingerlily, Lemon, White pepper

Origin: Huila, Colombia

Farm Owner: Vergara Family

Farm Size: 16 Hectares 

Altitude: 2,100 masl

Process : Thermal Shock, Yeast Anaerobic Washed

Varietal: Chiroso


Award-winning Chiroso from Finca Las Flores. Finca Las Flores is a 16-hectare family-run coffee farm steeped in history. Established in 1990, they've grown from a modest 18,000 coffee trees to an impressive 90,000 today. The Vergara family's commitment to quality was ignited by their participation in the Cup of Excellence in 2006. Since then, they've continuously refined their craft, pushing the boundaries of coffee cultivation to achieve excellence in every cup.

Woth every sip of this award-winning Chiroso, you'll taste the dedication, innovation, and passion that have made Finca Las Flores a shinning star in the Colombian coffee world. We hope you savor this extraordinary coffee's unique character and unforgettable flavor.

Recipes:

Filter: 1:16 (96 Deg C)

NEW // Brazil Fazenda Sertão Natural - Yellow Bourbon NEW // Brazil Fazenda Sertão Natural - Yellow Bourbon
200g 500g 1kg
$17.00
200g 500g 1kg

*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.

Roast: Espresso - Medium

Flavour notes: Milk chocolate, Brazil Nut, Golden Raisin, Creamy

Origin: Carmo De Minas, Minas Gerais

Producer: Nazareth Dias Pereira

Process : Natural

Varietal: Yellow Bourbon

Altitude: 800 to 1,250 MASL

An excellent bourbon varietal from the Dias Pereira family’s award-winning Fazenda Sertão in Carmo De Minas.

The farm was inherited by Jose Isidro Pereira who left his dentist career when his mother passed away. In 1949, he met the love of his life, Nazareth, who continues to run the farm her husband left in her care. Their 4 children - Francisco, Luis Paulo, Clycia and Sandra are all coffee producers, carrying on their family tradition.

This yellow bourbon showcases what we love about Brazilian coffees, it has an exceptionally creamy mouthfeel, high natural sweetness with a subtle and pleasing acidity. We recommend it for milk-based or low acidity filter!

 

Recipes:

Espresso 1:2.25

Aeropress: 1:16 (93 Deg C)

Cold Brew 1:8 (Medium to coarse grind)

Cold Brew Concentrate for Milk Based: 1:4 (Medium to coarse grind)

$40.00

*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: Blueberry, White peach, Darjeeling tea, Floral honey

Roast: Filter - Light

Producer: Felipe Arcila

Process : Natural Extended Fermentation

Varietal: Yellow Gesha

This coffee is a 91 points nanolot grown by Felipe Arcila at the farm Jardines Del Eden (Garden of Eden).

Gesha is originally from Ethiopia and cherries usually ripen to be red. Out of 1000 Gesha trees, occasionally trees producing yellow cherries appear, and these are called Yellow Gesha. Geshas grow well at an altitude of above 1850 MASL as the higher-altitude and longer maturation process leads to more complex sugar formation, yielding complex flavours. We really enjoyed this soft, sweet and complex coffee from Cofinet and hope to share it with you.

 

Enjoy!


Recipes:

Filter: 1:16 (96 Deg C)

$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: Strawberry, Peach, Milk chocolate

Roast: Filter - Light

Producer: Ninety Plus Coffee 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)

Colombia Tolima El Indio Colombia Tolima El Indio
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200g 500g
$20.00
200g 500g

*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.

Roast: Omni - Light ~ Medium

Flavour notes: Grape Nerds, Chocolate, Blood Orange

Process : Natural

Varietal: Caturra

This coffee is produced by ASOPEP, an association of growers in Planadas, Tolima committed to quality and minimising environmental damage due to coffee production. They have certified almost 100% of their members as organic. Also, the coop runs workshops at their labs every weekend for young people to learn how to cup. There is a huge desire among many young people in Planadas to learn this skill. ASOPEP association is composed of 175 coffee farming families. The Tolima region is one of Colombia's most productive coffee-growing regions and is renowned for the quality it produces.

 

Enjoy!

Recipes:

Espresso 1:2.25

Aeropress: 1:16 (93 Deg C)

Cold Brew 1:8 (Medium to coarse grind)

Cold Brew Concentrate for Milk Based: 1:4 (Medium to coarse grind)

Ethiopia Sidama Della G1 Ethiopia Sidama Della G1
200g 500g 1kg
$22.00
200g 500g 1kg

*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.

Roast: Espresso - Medium ~ Light

Flavour notes: Strawberry, Cherry, Soft florals, Cocoa nibs 

Producer: Elto coffee farm, Bensa-Sidama

Process : Natural

Della is the name of the Micro lot which was harvested and processed at Elto Coffee's farm.

Growing at an elevation of 1,900 to 2,000m, this coffee was organically grown, benefitting from deep volcanic soils and traditional cultivation methods before being carefully processed and dried on raised beds.

We got a really sweet, elegant cup of red fruits and soft florals on filter and red berries and cocoa as a milk based drink.

 

Enjoy!

 

Colombia Tablon De Gomez Washed Colombia Tablon De Gomez Washed
200g 500g 1kg
$18.00
200g 500g 1kg

* We roast on order every Mondays and Thursdays. 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 Berries, Mandarin, Cacao, Figs & Honey

 Producer: 20 Small farm producers in Tablon de Gomez, Nariñó

Process : Washed

Varietal: Castillo & Caturra

Altitude: 1,800 to 2,100 MASL

Score: 85+pts

The town of El Tablon is known for its  “Mystical stone statues” from pre-columbian era and other archeological sites. Until recently, the region was affected by conflict from FARC activity. The region is known for the most exceptional microlot coffees and has potential to grow further with peace and stability returning to the region.

This Colombian is comprised of only 85+ points beans (Cupped and scored separately from each farm) and has beautiful aromas of dark cherry, mandarin like acidity, honey-like sweetness. We recommend it for both milk/black espresso, aeropress and filter!

Recipes:

Espresso 1:2.25

Filter: 1:16 (93 Deg C)

Aeropress: 1:16 (93 Deg C)

$33.00

*We roast on order every Mondays and Thursdays. 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.

Packed in 200g Cannister

Roast: Med-Light

Flavour notes: Winey, Vanilla, Papaya, Ripe Peach, Lemon Candy, Cacao nibs

Origin: Uraga, Guji, Ethiopia

Producer: SNAP Exporters, on behalf of 450 small holder farms. (Sourced by our partners: Nordic Approach)

Process : Anaerobic Natural

Varietal: Wolisho & Dega

Altitude: 2,400 MASL

Score: 88 pts

An experimental coffee that’s Winey, Bright and Funky from renown SNAP Specialty Coffee in Ethiopia on behalf of small farm holders.

After picking the ripe cherries, farmers from the Raro village deliver the ripe cherries at the wet mill, where cherries are sorted in a floating tank.

This unique process starts with the cherries that are taken to African drying beds where they are put inside plastic bags and left to ferment for 48 hours. Here the natural fermentation breaks down the sugar in the coffee cherries, producing lactic acid, carbon dioxide and other unique flavour compounds.

 

Recipes:

Filter: 1:15 (93 Deg C)

Espresso: 1:2.25 (93 Deg C)


Iridescent Blend Iridescent Blend
200g 500g
$18.00
200g 500g

*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: Wild Berries, Peach, Bergamot, Tea-like, Milk Chocolate

Omni Roast - Light - Medium

Composition: Colombian Gaitania Washed & Ethiopia (Seasonal)

Iridescent is a super fruity blend for anyone seeking something different. Its a flavour bomb and super versatile! While we recommend it for espresso and coldbrews, use it for any brew methods that suits your fancy!

Recipes:

Espresso 1:2.5

Filter/Aeropress: 1:16 (93 Deg C)

Cold Brew: 1:8 (Medium to coarse grind)

 

Guatemala Huehuetenago Washed Guatemala Huehuetenago Washed
200g 500g 1kg
$18.00
200g 500g 1kg

*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.

Roast: Espresso - Medium

Flavour notes: Milk Chocolate, Nutty, Black Cherry, Citrus ~Sweet & Complex

Process : Washed

Producer: NKG group

Varietal: Typica, Bourbon, Caturra and Catuai

Huehuetenango is one of Guatemala’s three non-volcanic regions, as well as its highest and driest under cultivation, making it one of the best for coffee production.

Currents of hot air sweep up from the Plains of Tehuantepec, in Oaxaca, Mexico, and mix here with the cool air descending from the Cuchumatanes Mountains, creating a microclimate that’s protected from frost and allowing coffee to be cultivated at up to 2,000 meters.

Huehuetenango’s extreme remoteness requires that nearly all producers process their own coffee. Fortunately, the region has abundant rivers and streams, making it relatively easy for producers to set up mills. Still more fortunately, Huehue’s geographic conditions help to create exceptional coffees with a distinct acidity and fruity flavors.

We love Guatemalan coffee for its richness and complexity. It makes a really delicious espresso based drink. Enjoy

 

Recipes:

Espresso 1:2.25

Aeropress: 1:16 (93 Deg C)

Cold Brew 1:8 (Medium to coarse grind)

Cold Brew Concentrate for Milk Based: 1:4 (Medium to coarse grind)

Cumulo Blend Cumulo Blend
200g 500g 1kg
$16.00
200g 500g 1kg

*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: Rich and smooth - Dark Chocolate, Brazil Nuts, Smooth and Creamy Body, Caramel, Dried Fruits.

Espresso Roast - Medium

Composition: Brazil Cerrado Natural, Colombia Supremo South Tolima

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/creamy body, along with caramel-like sweetness, a hint of fruitiness, and a nutty overtone. We recommend it for anything that goes with milk!

 

Recipes:

Espresso 1:2.25

Aeropress: 1:16 (93 Deg C)

Cold Brew Concentrate for Milk Based: 1:4 (Medium to coarse grind)

Nimbus Blend Nimbus Blend
200g 500g 1kg
$16.00
200g 500g 1kg

*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: Graham crackers, Black Forest Cake, Caramel

Espresso Roast - Medium

Composition: Brazil Cerrado Natural, Ethiopia (Seasonal)

Chocolaty, sweet but with a touch of fruitiness to balance everything. Reminds of having a black forest cake. This is a super easy-going blend for those who like a touch of acidity, smooth-bodied but still want some complexity. We recommend this for any espresso-based drinks, milk cold brew
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Recipes:
Espresso 1:2.25
Cold Brew Concentrate for Milk Based: 1:4 (Medium to coarse grind)

Aeropress: 1:16 (93 Deg C)

$24.00

*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: Clean and balanced - Tangerine, Black Berries, Chrysanthemum tea

Roast: Med-Light

Origin: Mahembe Wash Station, Nyamasheke, Rwanda

Producer: Justin Musabyiama (Sourced by our partners: Nordic Approach)

Process : Washed

Varietal: Bourbon

Altitude: 1,900 MASL

Score: 87.5pts

Mahembe is a privately owned washing station, owned by Justin Musabyimana who also grows his own coffee. Justin grew up in the local area and, after moving away for some time, decided to come back home and invest in the community by building a wet mill on his father’s coffee plantation.

He has an 8-hectare farm of his own, and buys cherries from the surrounding smallholders. This area is not as well known for quality coffees as some other parts of Rwanda, but has great altitudes and an increasing number of farmers growing coffee at the higher altitudes.

We have found this coffee to be unique, with differences from other coffees in Rwanda in general, and with great potential.

Justin’s organized operations, plus the work he is doing on the ground to improve quality, gives great results in the cup.

 

Recipes:

Filter: 1: 15 - 16 (95 Deg C)

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