"This year Costa Rican honey coffees are just ridiculously good, but I have to say specifically this Las Lajas black honey and especially the Catuai variety is stunning!"
- Felix Cha,
Roaster & Owner
"This is a very fruit forward coffee .Very sweet and intense flavor. It’s got blueberry, lemon raspberry and a lot of body. Syrupy sweet and very clean. It’s very unusual to get a natural coffee that is this clean."
- Geoff Polci,
"Very juicy and sweet, dried grape and fresh red grape, plum with pomegranate in the aftertaste. Creamy and smooth. Creamy and super smooth, cooked strawberry with pomegranate. Very creamy mouth feel. Tones of blackberry and dark chocolate. Tons of currant acidity."
- Phil Robertson,
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.
You may have noticed that some coffee bag labels brag about the fact that their coffee beans are 100% Arabica. Although it does sound like something magicians say, it isn’t gibberish – it refers to the type of coffee species in which the beans are from.
There are over 100 coffee species, however the two main ones that are widely produced and sold are: Coffea Arabica and Coffea canephora (also known as Coffea robusta).
Here’s a list featuring 10 differences between the two coffee species:
Summer might be fading but the best solution for your summer woes? Denial. Denial and cold brew. Toss on your favourite hoodie, start making some delicious cold brew coffee and pretend it's the middle of July.
Earlier in the year we went through how to brew iced coffee and reached out to our roaster partners with their favourite recipes to make iced coffee. Although cold brewing coffee does test your patience, it is a bit more popular than iced coffee because of the fact that the taste is so different and unique - the pronounced clarity and a serious reduction in bitterness. It’s a bit less acidic too because of the way it is (usually) brewed is hot-water-free.