"This coffee is HUGE - both the bean itself and the taste. Just after brewing look for sweet notes of chocolate and cherry but as it cools the coffee completely transforms to be much more savoury - think tomato, basil and bacon."
- Sam Plett,
"Very clean cup. The flavor notes are very present and very clear. Black tea, a juicy acidity –it almost makes you salivate a bit – and then really really peach."
- Kevin Floether
"La Esperanza is a very sweet coffee with flavours of caramel, orange and red grape. It’s more like a medium body. A few complex fruit flavours and it finishes so clean. "
- Joe Angellotti
Each issue, we feature three great roasts from three artisan roasters. The independently roasted beans can make more than a month’s worth of coffee!
All our roasters have a unique story to tell.
Through videos, photographs and interviews of the roasters, we present a unique and intimate perspective on their craft.
Free shipping on coffee that has been specifically roasted for your order. Sealed and packaged at the source in our valve bags for the optimal level of freshness.
Coffee Kids helps coffee farming communities and their families to thrive. We want to help contribute and that’s why every Roasters Pack has a portion of the profits donated to Coffee Kids.
We recently mailed out the November Issue of the Roasters Pack, which featured coffee from Kittel Coffee Co., Other Brother Roasters & Pig Iron Coffee Roasters. Each one of the coffees had a diverse flavor set and unique taste characteristics.
So unique that it got us thinking... if these roasts were songs, which songs would they be? Yes, we’re about to compare coffee to music. It surprisingly took us a fair amount of time to decide since we’re music junkies and we had to find the absolute, utmost, correct tune. It was a very scientific process (probably about as complicated as the Rosetta comet landing) and we have the results below!
If you’re not sure what the contest was, the jist of it was that we decided to include a 4th coffee in the October issue, however the coffee was unmarked. A mystery!