Beautiful chocolate complexity
Guatemala is famous as possessing a distinctive high flavored cup.
It's a coffee quality roasters use for punch in classy blends.
The acidity is fine and sweet, combined with bold notes of cherry and dark chocolate, we think Guatemalan coffees are really special.
This lot is from one of the best growing regions in Huehuetenango, renown for quality and consistency.
Is it any wonder the coffees from Guatemala are delicious - with perfect micro-climate conditions.
The rich volcanic soils combined with high altitudes and ideal weather patterns produce spectacular tasting coffees.
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We care about ensuring your coffee arrives in perfect condition and use quality cartons (not satchels) to protect your coffee during transit.
How we roast your coffee
20 years of roasting every weekday, 51 weeks a year. A lot of batches and a level of experience unmatched in the Australian coffee market.
The same person who roasted that very first batch is exactly the same person that roasts every single batch today. Another feature rarely matched for brands our size.
Roasting coffee has never been about freaky talent or secrets passed down through generations. Nope, to roast and understand the roasting process, it is all about practice, practice and more practice. There are no shortcuts or innovative tools and systems to help jump ahead of the competition.
It's how we can produce the best tasting and most consistent coffee in Australia. Match that with superior quality ingredients and the most advanced infrastructure, mature processes and you have the solution for great tasting coffee.
We roast to target sweetness, acidity, flavor, body and finish to generate the best possible balance across all those competing elements.
Our espresso style is a medium roast suitable for premium cafes that care about quality. Filter style roasts are lighter to meet the demands of modern alternative brewing methods to retain fruit-forward complexity.
What is most important?
Answer is they all are. It didn't take a pandemic to learn why speed, freshness, quality and value are all equally important.
Heck no. We worked that out way back in 2007 as the original pioneer of online premium quality fresh roasted coffees to Australian coffee lovers.
We get it, running out of coffee is a nightmare scenario nobody wishes to experience.
With 16 years and almost 1 million successful parcel deliveries under our belts, we know a thing or two about what it takes to run a high performance and high speed coffee supply operation.
To ensure our coffees are crazy fresh, barely hours old when they ship out the door, it requires significant scale and resources working rapidly to roast, pack, label, grind, parcel and ship.
It's an eco-system we have continued to build and optimize for 16 years, measuring our performance in minutes, not hours and certainly not days like some of our competitors.
Nobody can guarantee or predict delivery timeframes, but we can assure you of our commitment to ship fresh roasted coffees that have been prepared to precise quality standards at a competitive price and always processed with a critical sense of urgency.
Wife is now hooked on this bean. I wanted to try others but the ruler of the household does not grant her permission apparently.
Trying to cut down on luxury expenses like takeaway coffees we now exclusively drink our brews at home. Guess what they are better than the stuff we used to pay 5 bucks for.
We like chocolate in our coffee without adding the real thing, so to see that this coffee has plenty of chocolate taste we thought it should be given a go. Amazed at how much chocolate you can taste in the coffee. Like ordering a mocha at the local.
It has heaps of dark cocoa which is truly delicious.
We thought we would try a single origin coffee to find out what all the fuss was about. Goodness it was delicious.