Featured In March 2018

Detour Coffee Roasters
Toarco Jaya, Sulawesi

“The Sulawesi comes out with a sweet, chocolatey and cocoa backbone. It’s a really unique coffee that has a spice note to the aftertaste. It’s almost a raspberry fruitiness at the beginning, but the ending is that spice aftertaste.”

Ryan McCabe,

Head of Accounts

Cola

Raspberry

Fudge

Propeller Coffee Co.
Burundi Ngozi

“It’s pretty typical for Burundi but it’s a little bit cleaner. It’s still got that nice black tea flavour… And then that very sweet dried fruit –raisins and figs – then a really nice sparkling acidity.”

Jonathan Cox,

Head Roaster

Fig

Dried Apricot

Cranberry

Elysian Coffee Roasters
Mystery Coffee

“It has a lot of classic chocolate and nutty characteristics, but there is certainly a soft complex acidity that makes this coffee something special. Think stewed apples.”

Christopher Rodgers,

Quality Control

Fudge

Almond

Stewed Apple