A Brazilian coffee at its best: A fantastic cup that is nutty and sweet, well balanced and full of body. Produced by Gabriel Carvalho at Fazenda Cachoeira da Grama/Brazil/Mogiana. Fantastic as a drip and pour over style coffee.
Don't let this Farmers Blend fool you, this single origin coffee from the Poas region, is Happy Goat's first direct trade coffee from Costa Rica! Our Head Roaster, Hans had to say yes to all but one of the lots at the tasting, which were then combined to create our unique Farmers Blend. In the cup you will find delightfully sweet chocolate notes with a complexity rarely seen in Central American coffees.
This coffee is unlike any of the other coffees we’ve had from the well known Huehuetenango region so far, with its fruitiness as the most striking feature. The addition of sweetness and sparkling acidity make this extremely high-growing coffee the perfect treat.
*Full story behind this beautiful coffee coming soon!*
Our medium roast for Ethiopian naturally processed coffees releases a complexity of fruity notes; at the same time, the profile develops and keeps the natural sweetness of this rare coffee. Combined with its lingering aftertaste and its inherent “wild” character, the Bedhatu-Kumbi shows us the potential of this almost forgotten growing area in Ethiopia.
The gift every coffee-lover will love – and keep on loving all year long!
How it works: HGCC's Gift Subscription is the gift that keeps on giving. Choose from our 3, 6, and 12-month subscription packages to deliver monthly coffee joy.
What’s in the box? Each month brings two 340 gram bags of your chosen HGCC coffees! Not sure what to pick? Try our Roaster's Choice coffee selected for quality, seasonal availability, sustainability, and maximum coffee pleasure.
Cost and Payment: Subscriptions will be billed monthly at $40.00 with free shipping across Ontario and Quebec!
The naturally, sundried processed beans from Fazenda Cachoeira da Grama/Mogiana represents what can be called "the typical taste of Brazil": a nutty, chocolaty, well rounded shot with good sweetness and notes of red fruit. A flavourful espresso with medium crema.
FLORAL / SPICY / CITRUS / DARK BERRIES / FINE ACIDITY
Origin: Ethiopia, Yirgacheffe - Kochere
Process: Fully Washed
Although a light roast, this cup has the best of two worlds: the floral and citrus notes of a light roast, and the black tea, dark berries and spiciness of a medium roast. Good acidity, medium body. Mind blowingly complex and clean brewed in the pour over style.
From the Siguatepeque region comes our very first coffee from Honduras!
This versatile single origin is a traditional medium roast, yet also maintains some of the qualities of a light roast. Bursting with citrus undertones, while also maintaining a very light and pleasantly low acidity, this is the perfect coffee for your morning routine!
A cup of decaf that’s so good you’ll feel like you’re drinking the real thing. Well balanced with hints of chocolate. A satisfying cup, no matter how you brew it.
Swiss Water Process:
Swiss Water's internally developed Green Coffee Extract (GCE) is introduced to the beans and caffeine removal begins. Caffeine ventures out on its own, away from the coffee beans into the GCE until the ratio of soluble compounds in the GCE to the compounds in the coffee reach the point of equilibrium. Caffeine and GCE flow continuously through the proprietary carbon filters until all the caffeine is trapped and separated from the GCE. Then the GCE is refreshed so that it can be used again and again to remove more caffeine.
Above information sourced from " https://www.swisswater.com/ " website.
A blend of Arabica and Robusta beans. good body, lots of "bitter sweetness". With this Blend we want to revive the almost forgotten Italian-style Espresso. Goes great with a pinch of brown sugar or molasses! Huge crema, bold flavour.
Stuck trying to satisfy the coffee nerd in your life? Leave it up to our Master Roaster Dr. Hans to pick the best seasonal coffees that satisfy even the most die-hard caffeine lovers. Selections are based on a variety of factors, including seasonal availability, direct trade relations, and environmental and economical sustainability.