Single Origin Coffee Subscription
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The perfect way to explore unique tasting profiles.
Do you love variety but need help deciding which coffee to select? Our roaster's choice of carefully selected and skilfully crafted single-origin coffees might be for you. For every subscription cycle, we choose a delicious single-origin coffee from our coffee menu, including coffees from women growers and our organic coffee range. We roast the coffees in this subscription to a medium roast level.
With a single origin coffee, you can explore the unique flavour profile of a particular terroir, coffee varietal and processing method. In the world of coffee, there are incredibly weird and wonderful flavours to explore, and there is nothing better when you find your cup of coffee. A single origin lets you explore this.
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What brewing methods are best for coffees of this single-origin subscription?
With a medium roast level, we achieve a sweeter, more balanced and approachable cup with a good body whilst maintaining the coffee's origin character.
Medium roast coffees are the most versatile so you can enjoy them across various brewing methods: espresso, stovetop, AeroPress and plunger. They are also perfect for batch brews if you like a bigger mouthfeel.
What is a single origin coffee?
Single origin means these coffees are sourced from a single producer, single farm, region or washing station. Two essential things differentiate single origin coffees from blends: identifiable origin characters and traceability.
With a single origin coffee, you can explore the unique flavour profile of a particular terroir, coffee varietal and processing method. In a world of coffee, there are incredibly weird and wonderful flavours to explore, and there is nothing better when you find your cup of coffee. A single origin lets you explore this.
An increasingly important thing about single origins is that it is traceable to the farm, region, cooperative or washing station and its coffee varietal and processing method. That way, we can assure quality and traceability and that a fair price has been paid upstream of the coffee supply chain to the producer.