Select what and how much you'd like, and how often you'd like to get it. We'll do the rest. All wholebean, but if you need it ground give us a shout and we'll get you sorted.
Filter coffees are roasted to be brewed on any filter brewing device: French Press, AeroPress, pour over, and batch brewers.
Espresso coffees are roasted to be brewed on an espresso machine. Featured coffees will be our Brazilian House, and Colombian and Ethiopian Seasonal dependent on the time of year.
Microlot & Special Prep Espresso is a little on the wilder side, often with a more complex profile. Bigger fruit, bigger acidity, bigger adventure, and more to geek out on.
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Espresso Roast and Filter Roast explained
Espresso Coffee - To be used on espresso machines only and may work on Moka pot depending on the coffee.
Filter Coffee - To be used on brewing devices that use a filter in the brewing process such as Aeropress, Pour Over, Batch Brewers and French Press etc.
Grinding Fresh or Pre Ground
Whether you run a coffee shop or you’re brewing at home one thing is certain, if you grind fresh per cup/batch your coffee will taste a million times better than pre-ground, not to mention all that beautiful aroma the will fill your room once you grind and begin brewing.
The reality is that once coffee is ground, it is fully oxidised in about 6 minutes post grind meaning the staling stage is happening almost immediately.
But isn’t a grinder really expensive? you might think! Not necessarily, you can get a great hand grinder with a really good burr set that will only set you back about €35.00. If you want an electric grinder you should always buy a Burr Grinder over a blade grinder, this will ensure your grind will be evenly ground compared to a blade that will slice the coffee beans into different sizes meaning the coffee will brew at hugely different rates in the same brew, and taste unbalanced and bitter.