We've spent the last little while showcasing coffees from the same country within each feature coffee box. This month we're doing the opposite and showcasing 3 very disparate coffees.  

While each does a great job at showcasing terroir their respective regions, they also all have a small twist: details that make the coffee even more interesting, intriguing, and important.  

Luis Ordoñez is a single producer in the Chiapas region, extremely close to the Guatemalan border, growing varieties unique to that area.  

Mohammed is, well, a single producer! It might not sound like a big deal but it's very rare to get single producer coffees from Ethiopia, most coming from hundreds or even thousands of producers who carry their coffee to a local mill. This represents an incredible degree of transparency for our first natural Ethiopian coffee of the season.  

Francy, an inspiringly talented and dedicated producer out of Nariño has used her education in agronomy to produce exquisite coffee on her families farm. A real treat for 3-bag subscribers, this offering is Francy's gesha, one of the most revered varieties in coffee.  

*Hover over the image to see each coffee's specifications or click through to head to the product page for even more info*

 


Having fancy coffee equipment at the roastery is great, but we think it's also important to taste our coffee the way it will be brewed at home. For that reason, we test each subscription coffee on a home brew setup, grinding on a Baratza Encore* and brewing with a Hario v60, an Aeropress, and a Ratio drip brewer. Below are the recipes we've found as a result: simply click through to see different brew recipe cards for each coffee.   

*All grinders end up being calibrated slightly differently so that even the same grinder model, unit to unit, will have discrepencies. Use these grinds as a guide so that if you are able to dial in one of the coffees, the others will be a breeze.





We choose 3 of our favourite seasonal coffees for filter subscriptions and
1 of our favourite coffees for our espresso subscriptions each month

You choose two to six 250g bags to be sent to you
at the beginning of each month

You get:

In depth takes on the people and places behind each offering
The best coffee of the season
A discounted price on our coffee
Coffee specific home brew recipes

 



 

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We've moved to a different subscription model in order to deliver more value to our subscriptions. By choosing three coffees every month, we can ensure that we can deliver the best coffees in our portfolio to subscribers while compiling meaningful content to help you brew well and dive deeper into each offering.

When do I get my coffee?  

Coffee is roasted on the first Tuesday and sent out on the first Wednesday of each month

How do you choose which coffees are in the subscription?  

Our menu is always rotating and seasonal. We aim to select coffees of varying flavour profiles, with one special coffee that tends to be more coveted, rare, or experimental.

How do gift subscriptions work?  

Gift subscriptions are pre-paid. Once purchased, coffee is delivered to the recipient once a month for the purchased duration of either 3 or 6 months. You will not be charged after the first purchase.  

If the recipient would like to continue receiving coffee, they can use an account to add their own payment information.

Which coffees do I get if I order a specific number of bags?  

For espresso, we choose one coffee each month to ensure subscribers have enough to dial in.

For filter subscriptions, while every coffee is fantastic, the rarer coffees are saved for the third slot, so only subscribers with 3 or more bags receive it.

If our three coffees are coffee A, B and C:

2 bags: Coffees A and B  

3 bags: Coffees A, B and C

4 bags: 2x coffee A , 1x B, 1x C

5 bags: 2x A, 2x B, and 1x C

6 bags: 2x A, 2x B, 2x C