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Fit, Fair & Full-Bodied is made for espresso machine coffees made white – flat whites, caps, etc. Whether it’s a stovetop, handheld espresso machine, or an at-home espresso masterpiece, this blend is for you.
Tasting Notes: a full-bodied blend filled with beautiful chocolate and sweet nutty notes
The base of this blend is Ethiopian and is finished off with several countries from South America.
This blend is named after Fair Game Australia. Fair Game uses sport to inspire fit & healthy communities for Indigenous and CALD children. Two dollars from every kilo sold going to support their organization and programs. 25 kilos provides health education, a health pack, a sport session, and sports equipment.
It’s coffee that gives indigenous kids health education and access to sports equipment.
Further tasting notes:
As an espresso made black (espresso, long blacks): sweet notes of stone fruit followed by syrup and a touch of salt
As a filter/plunger coffee: Nice. A light beautiful floral & lingering chocolate$15.00$15.00
El Borbollon coffee beans have been grown by Alvarez family for over 100 years already. Their award-winning farms reside on the lush, green hills of Santa Ana in the west of country. Likewise its rich volcanic soils and mild climate of farm provide ideal conditions for growing specialty coffee. The beans that make up El Borbollon El Salvador come from two small farms – La Reforma and Santa Maria. The pickers hand-pick and collect in traditional hand-woven baskets from December to March. Also, pickers select only the best and fully mature coffee cherries as trained.$11.20$11.20
Taking the best from South America and Africa, the Brawn Douglas blend is familiar on the palette, bursting with smooth berries, vanilla and nutty cocoa. It’s a full-bodied blend with a clean after-taste. Delicious as both a black coffee and with milk where you will find notes of chocolate and ginger.$15.00$15.00
This coffee is produced by selected farms in Popayan region. Coffee is bought from growers in dry parchment, it is lated milled at Popayan and transported to Caldas to be decaffeinated. This decaffeination process is unique, the caffeine is extracted from the bean using sugar cane and water which enhances sweetness, while maintaining coffee attributes. This technique was developed in Colombia.$18.00