Raaimi Brews Honduras Armando Pineda

Raaimi Brews Honduras Armando Pineda

May 10, 2022 4 min read

On the first sip, the chocolate and toffee flavours stand out. As the cup cools, the acidity and fruit notes start to develop. This is a coffee I could drink and appreciate all day!

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Which coffee maker should you buy?

Which coffee maker should you buy?

April 27, 2022 7 min read

Want to start brewing coffee at home but not sure where to start?  We’ve put together a guide on the most popular coffee makers on the market, and also the style, taste, cost and benefits of each. 

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Rob Brews Colombia Wbeimar Lasso

Rob Brews Colombia Wbeimar Lasso

April 26, 2022 3 min read

What sets this coffee apart is the unique notes of dried fruits and caramel. This flavour combination makes it easy to understand why Wbeimar has a gold medal for tasting coffee. He’s heaps good at it, aye!

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Alex Brews Rwanda Gitesi

Alex Brews Rwanda Gitesi

April 12, 2022 4 min read

When tasting the coffee, the first thing that hit me was the bright orange acidity, followed by sweet caramel and chocolate notes. The cup finishes with a pleasant bitterness and dryness, which leaves you wanting more!
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Sarah Brews Nicaragua El Madroño

Sarah Brews Nicaragua El Madroño

March 29, 2022 4 min read

After working in Padre Coffee’s cafes for years and experiencing firsthand the diversity in coffee orders. However, the Nicaragua El Madroño is universally delicious no matter how you serve it!

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Lily brews our Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Konga

Lily brews our Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Konga

March 15, 2022 4 min read

Offering a fantastically multi layered flavour profile, I anticipate the Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Konga to be a crowd favourite and I look forward to serving up this special crop in our retail stores.
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Zac brews our Guatemala Tres Gigantes

Zac brews our Guatemala Tres Gigantes

March 01, 2022 3 min read

The bold chocolate and nougat flavours, the zinging notes of key lime pie, and the sweet tartness of dried peach. This coffee was as good as the first time I cupped it with my colleagues at work.

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Cold Brew or Cold Drip: what’s the difference?

Cold Brew or Cold Drip: what’s the difference?

February 16, 2022 5 min read

We’re often asked what the difference is between cold brew and cold drip. Continue reading to find out more about the specifics of each brew method and how they differ. 
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Bo brews our Ethiopia Tega and Tula Organic Limu

Bo brews our Ethiopia Tega and Tula Organic Limu

February 15, 2022 3 min read

Tega and Tula is tea like, refreshing, and subtle, the perfect cup for a hot and humid day, especially if brewed over ice or made into a cold brew. As it cools a fragrance of light caramel and peaches comes through, something akin to a peach tarte tatin.
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Sam brews our Ethiopia Sidamo Keramo

Sam brews our Ethiopia Sidamo Keramo

February 01, 2022 2 min read

From the moment you open the bag, you’re greeted with funky fruit smells that teases your senses. Once you start brewing the coffee, you know you’re in for a wild ride.
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How to get the most out of your pourover coffee

How to get the most out of your pourover coffee

January 19, 2022 4 min read

There are many factors that lead to achieving a well balanced cup of coffee that’s as close as possible to how the farmers, producers and roasters intended. We’ve put together a few recommendations to level up your pourover game and brew consistent, delicious coffee.
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Tom brews our Colombia Javier Rubio

Tom brews our Colombia Javier Rubio

January 18, 2022 3 min read

There’s an elegance and versatility to the Javier Rubio that, in my eyes, makes it the perfect all-rounder brew. While I enjoy the rollercoaster ride of a wild, fruity natural as much as anyone, there’s a reason why washed Colombians are so exulted within specialty coffee.
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