Filter Roast 3 Month Coffee Collection

Filter Roast 3 Month Coffee Collection

PREPAID COLLECTION

While we take a short break from our three tier range (and refurb our Probat roaster), we’re offering this prepaid curated collection of three fantastic coffees. This collection will send you on a coffee discovery journey and includes a coffee from each of our three tiers; The Classic, The Curious and The Contemporary. Read below for more details on what’s included and about the coffees. 

Please note*

  • This is a prepaid product for 3 months worth of coffee
  • Month 1 The Classic Brazil Mió Estate, Month 2 Timor-Leste Atsabe Wet Mill, Month 3 The Contemporary Bolivia Los Rodriguez Java
  • All orders will be shipped on the 1st of each month, starting on Tuesday 1st June 2021
  • Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 (200g bags) bags per month
  • Get a free coffee when you order 2+ bags
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About These Coffees

Month 1 – The Classic | Brazil Mió Estate (Honey)

We’ve got another top-shelf Brazil for you, hell yeah! The tasting notes you can expect from this coffee are; creamy, nutty, nougat and maple syrup. The filter roast of this coffee has a very soft acidity that is really approachable, with notes of maple syrup and brazil nuts upfront and a creamy texture. Read more about this coffee here.

 

Month 2 – The Curious | Timor Leste Atsabe Wet Mill (Natural)

We’re so excited about this coffee, not least because we love tasting the terroir and character of a region that’s unfamiliar to us. Tasting notes to expect; melon, lavender, tropical, white grape. As a filter roast, the white grape and tropical notes dominate. Read more about this coffee here.

 

Month 3 – The Contemporary | Bolivia Los Rodriguez Java (Washed)

This is the second year we’ve bought coffee from the revered Los Rodriguez family. This year we were lucky enough to get our hands on their exceptional Java variety. Tasting notes are; thick, creamy, vanilla, buttery biscuit. The filter roast (when we brewed it as a V60) we got flavours that were reminiscent of granny smith apples, with high malic acidity. Read more about this coffee here.