3 x 250 grams of whole roasted coffee beans, packed in a gift box with information on each coffee.
Here we present to you our roasters choice of coffee – three very different coffees. We want to show you a world of different flavors, and this is why we choose these specific coffees:
Brazil – this is a classic full-bodied coffee, all the best nutty, chocolaty and soft notes are really coming through, and makes it a great start for people who wants to try specialty coffee for the first time. We just got in the latest harvest from this coffee as well!
Ethiopia – with it's fruity flavors, this coffee really is a must-try coffee. Feku Jabril has been with us for quite some time now and with our baristas it's a long lasting favorite
Rwanda – our coffee from Rwanda, Justin Musabyiama, was the latest release in our single origin area. The coffee is from a region not so well known, but we found this gem and absolutely love it.
Please read more about the coffees below!
Latest batch roasted: 2021-05-18
BRAZIL - SANTA CECÍLIA
Taste profile: Full bodied with notes of dark chocolate and marzipan
Process method: Natural
Arabica variety: Yellow Catuai
Altitude: 1 075 masl
Harvested: June - August 2020
Everaldo Gonçalves de Siqueira is the name of the producer for this coffee. He started out with just 7 hectares of land that was recieved as a family inheritance in the city of Carmo do Paranaíba. In the beginning there were many obstacles due to a lack of machinery and access to financial resources, but the passion for coffee persisted. Eventually, with the help of his brothers, Everaldo grew the property to 110 hectares across two Fazendas, Santa Cecília and Cachieira. The coffee flowers in October to December and the berries are then harvested in June to August. After that, the berries are undergoing the Natural process, meaning they get to dry on sunbeds before separating the beans from the pulp.
PRODUCER: FEKU JABRIL
Farm/washing station: Harsu
Taste profile: Sweet and juicy with notes of nectarine and red currant
Ethiopia - the motherland of coffee. This is a truly beloved origin for specialty coffee drinkers across the globe, with its flavor wise distinctive yet mostly uncategorized arabica varieties. Sourcing quality coffee from Ethiopia is a complex business, but our importers succeeds in taking traceability to the highest level possible. There are two stations in Harsu. Feku Jabril is the owner of our chosen station which he named after his wife, Hannah Asrat. Feku was one of the first to settle in Uraga and develop the profile that existed there. As a matter of fact, two years ago Feku sold one of his previous stations to the largest private producer in Ethiopia. With the money he made, Feku decided to invest in his well kept secret, the Harsu forest, where he built a medium sized washing station.
PRODUCER: JUSTIN MUSABYIAMA
Farm/washing station: Mahembe
Taste profile: Sweet and juicy with notes of red currant and candied lemon
Mahembe is a privatly owned washing station, owned by Justin Musabyiama 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 fathers coffee plantation. He has an 8-hectare farm of his own and buys cherries from the surrounding smallholders. Competition for cherry can be pretty tough, farmers can deliver to whichever washing station they want. Maintaining a good supply of cherry is dependent on the relationships Justin has with farmers, and being able to offer a competitive pricing. His roots and history in the community help him strengthen these relationships.