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Brother really liked it and he's fussy with coffee
As a Londinium owner, I have traditionally gone for "air roasted" coffee, but when Reiss left the country, this became less straight forward, it is difficult to find. I settled for Allpress, their roasts are excellent, unfortunately their beans are not.
So far everything from Foundry has been top class, clearly Lee starts with a great bean, which is always a good place to begin. :)
Excellent in aeropress and cafetière
Good coffee to be made. Worth taking time to get the grind just right..!
Lovely smooth coffee. One of our favourites
This is the 3rd time in the last 3 month that I have purchase this coffee I love its chocolate taste, smooth mouth feel, I have made this my beachmark in which I judge other coffee well done the foundry for making this great coffee.
In a brewer rather than an Aeropress or V60… turns out to be a very nice floral Ethiopian … Will be trying in my espresso machine at the weekend ...
The first time for subscripion Excellent !
Really digging this, one of the best brands I've had in ages!
Perfect as usual. Both coffees are beautiful and smooth. Will be back to buy again.
Foundry only do great coffee so you know it's going to be good, this is lovely as a black americano, a new favourite I think.
Great coffee, first peaberry I’ve had and certainly not disappointed, gone down very well indeed. Orange notes very prevalent and delicious in a short milk drink such as a cortado.
The best tasting natural I've ever come across. Makes superb espressos and nice natural-process-funky flat whites.
One thing to mention, I had to rest it for 10 days before I got consistent espressos.
Beautiful smooth coffee.No bitterness.
Freeze dried strawberries in dark chocolate with a touch of natural processed funk. Great!
Milk chocolate & nut. Standard tasting note for a Colombian, this is good!
First time with a non supermarket coffee. Everything I would want in a coffee, will spread the word.
Qiuck delivery, fully updated throughout and amazing cofffee. Top marks!
I absolutely love this coffee. It's my standard Foundary order. Lovely fruity notes and a nice zing. An absolute gem.
This definitely would be my "desert island coffee" if I were forced to pick one bean for the rest of my life. Year on year it changes slightly of course, but never disappoints. The funk of a natural coffee can split opinions, but for me the Rocko really stands out, as Aeropress or espresso. Having tried a different bean every month for the last few years, this is the one its always great to come back to. Cheers Lee and Callum for doing a great job on this one yet again, and laying in plenty of stock!
This coffee bean and more importantly its roasting profile is a game changer, in my opinion its the biggest thing that's happened to light roasted coffee full-stop!
Amazing as espresso and equally as amazing with milk, an absolute stunner!
This must be the best coffee - myself & my partner adore it !!
This is stunning coffee - wow! I love trying different beans from Foundry, but it’s going to be a while before I’m tempted away from this beauty! It’s soared straight to the top of my list of all-time favourites. Clean and fresh but exciting and complex at the same time. OK, I’ll leave the detailed description to the experts and just say it’s delicious and not to be missed. Thank you!
Foundry rarely disappoint with their Subscription Coffee, this month the Rocko Mountain Reserve has hit my taste buds again, a double shot 19g in 38g out made with milk, gave me a dark chocolate, on cooling then came the fruit dominated by subtle strawberries and then ending with a little bitter orange, what else could you want out of an espressoed coffee bean, congratulations Foundry Coffee Roasters.
If Mars made a hybrid version of their Topic bar and augmented the hazelnuts with almonds then this is what you would be tasting in the cup here. Nice almonds, not a marzipan punch in the face more of a nice nutty sweetness that flows into the hazelnut in an almost praline way. Lovely V60 filter bean
Brewing Coffee at Home - An Introduction.
Delicious coffee with a wonderful mouthfeel. This coffee has so much flavour and changes depending on the extraction temperature. Highly recommended for filter but I bet it's great for espresso.
Best coffee I have tried in a long time. Absolutely incredible!
I have developed a real fondness for this bean and have now ordered it multiple times (and am quite sad its gone). Tasting notes are pretty spot on - a light sweetness with just the right amount of lime funkyness in the finish. The most suprising thing about this bean, though is how good it is in every single method of brewing - good in aeropress, good as espresso, good as long black, good in milk (cuts through beautifully). Really enjoyed this one, possibly one of my beans of the year.
The coffee is good Ethiopian naturals process example. However at that harvest the taste is not so specific strawberry as it was previous year. It is more about dried orange and dark chockolate. Obviously it is only my personal taste remark. I used to use it for espresso (extraction of 18g coffee to 38g in cup for 33-34s with approx 6s preinfusion on Bezzera Strega machine, or 15g of coffee to 150g in cup, 2,5 minutes extr action time, as I use aeropress brewing method). So the coffee is about 4,5 points out of five. Anyway the roasters are done good job, because the full potential of coffee beans is probably achieved. Thanks!
This is a lovely Kenyan, the orange acidity makes it like a chocolate orange but a chocolate orange that has been on the Cointreau and got a bit rowdy. Once the orange has faded your a left with a really lovely smooth sweet aftertaste. This for me is a great breakfast coffee!
Well balanced with some interesting flavours - hope the stock lasts!
The first time I tasted this coffee was a game changer, and each brew since has been a complete pleasure.
Absolutely delicious coffee! Clean, fresh taste with those floral notes making every sip an adventure!
Title says it all, always nice to drink an old favourite.
Just cracked open at 7 days rest and its already superb. Lovely capp went down all too quickly and as usual with the good stuff wanted another but managed to restrain myself.. could this turn out as good as the Rianjangi..!?
Wow, what can I say, the flavour profile is awesome. It's acidity has quite a bite that is really vibrant and refreshing.
It might seem a waste to some, but I just love these fruity ones in an iced coffee. Two spoons of this in the aeropress with maybe 20ml of water, pressed onto ice, poured into an ice filled glass. Wow!
Just had my 1st taste of this in a flat white after resting for a week. 18g -> 40g in 40s. Really nice and fruity, now going to tweak the recipe to see if I can get any more out of it!
I shopped around for an electric grinder after getting fed up with a hand grinder. Grinders seem to range from £20 - £2,000 and for my needs this seemed to fit the bill at a mid-range level. I've been using it for a week now and cannot complain. It grinds coffee nice and evenly - I had to play with timings a little to get the amount I need but it's a lot less guesswork than with my hand grinder. Anyway, in the morning I can press a button and get a coffee with a lot less effort. Thanks, Foundry for the recommendation and the free Ethiopian coffee that came with it is delicious.