"Explore Uncommon" Coffee subscription
This package displays two refined high quality lots with unique variables.
This subscription is tailored to filter coffee but also suitable for progressive, exotic espresso drinkers. Expect floral, bright, sweet profiles. Our intention is to introduce you to complex and bespoke coffees.
You can expect to have 2 new coffees most months. We love tasting two coffees side by side, sometimes you will receive coffees from the same farm but with two different processes, or two different varieties. The variables are endless and it will be a true tasting experience where you will openly learn how these variables impact the flavour profile. You can expect some top tier coffees in this package, the competition level/ rare lots will feature here and there (in a smaller portion).
In April, we are showcasing El Salvador. We will be showcasing Diego's incredible work done on his farm, Los Pirineos.
Please note that we roast and ship the subscriptions on the first Thursday of each month. Shipping costs are location dependent and will be calculated at checkout.
You can cancel your subscription at any time. Unless we have already roasted that month's order for you (on the first Thursday of the month).
The very first delivery will arrive in our beautiful giftbox as a welcome. After that, the coffees will arrive in standard packaging.
You can expect two new coffees most months. The competition level / rare lots will feature here and there in a smaller portion.
We will provide you with your tracking number so you can see when your package is scheduled to arrive.
This month's first feature is a Pacamara, anaerobic natural
Juicy & bold, reminiscent of a bag of skittles! Expect a floral profile tasting like blueberry and stewed plum.
Known in the coffee world for being one of the biggest beans, but also by farmers for being a lot of work! The tree is highly susceptible to leaf rust and produces nonuniform beans. However in return you get a beautiful cup profile. Silky, rich texture with citrus and jasmine notes. Pacamara is a hybrid of Pacas and the Maragogipe. Pacamara was created in El Salvador and took 30 years to do so.
This month's second feature is an Orange Bourbon, naturally processed.
Creamy mouthfeel with an orange focused profile. Expect tangerine, apricot and clotted cream.
Orange Bourbon is a natural mutation of Red Bourbon. Citric with a delicate body, this variety is one of our favourites. Being from the Bourbon variety this tree is susceptible to diseases like leaf rust and has low production but excellent cup quality! Bourbon originally comes from Yemen and gets its name from when the French took the variety to Bourbon island (now Reunion Island). Diego has processed this coffee naturally making the cup sweeter and have less acidity than a washed. His farm sits on a single standing volcano. Fresh dry air sweeps in regularly making the microclimate perfect for experimental processing.