Most days, we'll get someone asking us this:
'Which coffee would you recommend?'
I know it doesn't seem like a hard question to answer, but the reality is that we love ALL our coffees. That's why we bought them. There is something about each and every one that we fell in love with.
Not a very helpful answer to the question though, right?
I think that the best we can do is to try to provide you with useful information so that you can have the best chance of finding exactly what you are looking for, so here goes......
Each coffee has an image like this one. It's an easy way of finding key information quickly.
We also try to summarise each coffee for you in one or two sentences .
Most of the time, we will have a quality score for our coffees. Unlike most roasters we always publish them when we have them.
Speciality coffees score more than 80 on this scale, truly exceptional coffees tip into the nineties, but these lots are few and far between. Learn more here.
We developed our own way of describing our beans by creating specific descriptors which try to help you get all the information you might need when trying to figure out what you might like.
You can read about how these diagrams work here.
We recently learned that some of our customers like to know how dark or light the beans are.
Yep, you guessed it! - we now provide this information too. You can read about how to make sense of these numbers in this article.
There are many ways to brew coffee. We believe that there is only one way to roast it though. For each coffee, there is one roast profile that shines a light on what makes that lot special.
Get that profile right, and your coffee will be amazing however you like to brew. Read more about 'omni-roasting' here.