Choc Noir is a blend of Arabica Brazil and Guatemala beans. Medium/dark roast, it suits a variety of brewing methods: V60 dripper, percolator, French press, bean to cup machine or moka pot. It packs a powerful punch in an espresso and has an exceptionally smooth taste in a cold brew. This blend makes a delicious cappuccino with nutty notes, fruity berry tastes and a lingering chocolaty aftertaste.
This Costa Rica Central Valley is a catuai honey-processed coffee from the Heredia region. It is medium bodied, with a milk chocolate sweetness, dark fruit flavours and mild acidity. This coffee is grown at 1500 masl - Like we say: Living in Full Elevation!
Experience Africa through the taste of coffee! This Ethiopian Bensa is a medium roasted, washed Sidamo bean. It is aromatic, having a nice sweet, clean, flavour with a hint of florals and nicely balanced with a slight lemony acidity that compliments the natural flavour of the beans, with beautiful aftertaste without bitterness.
The house blend from Urban Grind is a no-nonsense medium roasted blend, which features the best of what Honduras and Brazil have to offer. This coffee is packed with flavour notes that are punchy, full of dark chocolate and have a nutty aftertaste.It is perfect in milk beverages or just as an espresso.
The Pura Vida from Costa Rica is an expression of happy optimism and living life to the fullest! Boldly represented in this medium roast, with an aroma of apples and walnuts and flavour notes of red apple, medium malic acidity, hints of blueberries and a lingering creamy aftertaste. It is a 50% Caturra, 50% Catuai shade grown coffee, washed and roasted to deliver a clean, complex cup.
This coffee is a Geisha-Malawi from the Ntchisi Mountain region in Malawi. It is grown at an altitude of 1300 - 1500 m.a.s.l and fully washed with a 24hr dry fermentation. This delicious coffee has medium malic acidity, notes of dark chocolate, walnuts and plum with an aftertaste of smooth chocolate and sea salt. It is full bodied and rich!