A complex blend of 5 coffees that are Dry-processed, Wet -processed, and Monsooned. There is a sharpness that fades into a rich tobacco and milk chocolate taste. There are hints of fruit, mushrooms, sweet smoke, caramel, and cream. within its long extended finish.
This is a blend of South American coffee we have crafted for Drip and French Press. Expect a light chocolate presence with just a hint of fruit accents. Lively, rich and with a pleasant aftertaste, perfect for a Sunday Brunch or to finish a wonderful meal.
This is a blend of South American coffee producing an exotic espresso shot or intense Press coffee. Expect chocolate roast flavours and rustic fruited accents. This is a sweet lively cup with great body and a memorable aftertaste
A blend of top grade Peru and Colombian beans decaffeinated naturally with the Swiss Water Process.
Expect carbony pungence with a good finish and full body; the signature of a good dark roast. It’s difficult to believe this is decaf. Good brewed as espresso or a cuppa.
For those who prefer a lighter roast, we suggest our Melosa Decaf.
Sidama and Yirga Cheffe wet-processed coffees are blended to create this sweet, aromatic cousin to our popular Ehtiopiques blend. It is light, citrus-fruity and with a clean chocolate aftertaste, perfect for a mild breakfast cuppa.
This blend of Sidama and Yirga Cheffe wet-processed coffees has a very unique, distinct flavour profile; strong citrus fruit, sweet spice notes, paired with tea. It is the darker version of our Ethiopia Ligero blend; having just a bit more chocolate tone lingering on the palate.
Roast: Full City
This coffee is a Swiss Water Process (SWP) decaffeinated version of our Twisted Sisters regional coffee. It is clean, with a convincing sweetness, lighter than our Dark and Decaf blend. A savory aspect mingles with the brown sugar sweetness that lingers after the last sip.
A blend designed to relish the heat of dark roasting.
This is a full-bodied cup with a bittersweetness that overlays carbon charcoal tones. It is sharp; stinging a bit down the center of the tongue. A French roast as it was intended.