From the dark roasted rich flavours of our Costa Rican SHB, to the sweet, fruity and floral flavours of our Ethiopian Yiracheffe. Sourced from the Amaro zone in Yiracheffe, these beans are comprised of coffees from around 2250 smallholder farmers, located across the area. Each farmer selectively picks the ripest cherries from their 1-2 hectare crop, before delivering their lot to a centralised collection point.
From this centralised collection point, the cherries are carefully sorted into grades and laid out to dry on raised beds. After a minimum of 60 days resting, these cherries are hulled and shipped. Tis long process ensures the coffee is completely dry, contributing to the perfect balance and longevity of the resulting cup profile.
Our Ethiopian Yiracheffe coffee is packed with flavour and complex characteristics thanks to the terrior, altitude and heirloom varietals prevalent in the Yiracheffe region of Ethiopia. Each cup is bursting with apricot flavours, with incredibly sweet noted of blueberry and mango. Complex rose petal florals add a delicate finish to sensational cup of coffee.
For the perfect Festive treat, pair our Ethiopian Yiracheffe with Sweetbird Cinnamon syrup to create the perfect Cinnamon latte – the ideal Christmas shopping pick me up.
Burundi Rubanda – Ntobo Farmer Group
This Burundi Rubanda from the Rubanda Washing station in the Mutambu region of Bujumbura province, is an example of the excellent coffees they produce. The Ntobo Farmers group consist of around 400 members, from the surrounding hillside delivering coffee in their groups to be processed, wet milled, fermented and conditioned prior to dry milling. There are up to 10,000 farmers in the region in total delivering coffee from their small holdings (typically less than 1 hectare in size, with around 200 active producing trees on each one)
Complex and sweet, well balanced and perfect for espresso, and pour over. Aromas of sugar syrup, toffee and honey break away to reveal sugar cane sweetness, pulped raisin sweetness and caramel flavour. Gentle yet crisp acidity, exude hints of lemon and orange zest this coffee is best experienced on its own.
This particular coffee lends itself to being drank as it is with no flavourings added. Perfect for lazy Christmas morning drinking and rounding off meals this festive season.