Olivia is a much loved creation as it always delivers a sweet, complex and rich espresso with notes of English Toffee, Blackcurrant, Caramelised Orange and Dark Chocolate. In milk-based beverages, the flavours are enhanced with heavy malt chocolate. Origins include Rwanda, PNG and Kenya.
Olivia is our most popular premium blend, using an extraordinary mix of African and Oceanic beans, this blend showcases some of the worlds most unique coffee profiles.
- Rwanda Miribizi - washed
- PNG Kongo A - washed
- Kenya AB - washed
Miribizi is a bourbon that has a bright acidity and the sweetness of lemon juice. It has an additional fermentation process that increases its proteins (amino acids).
Grown almost entirely without pesticides in a small village, PNG Kongo A is cherished around the world for its delicate fruity, winey and smooth caramel tasting notes.
Kenya AB is widely recognised as offering balance and pronounced tasting notes of anything from berries and stone fruits to sweet citrus.
Choc Berry is our latest creation, and a personal favourite!
The fragrance of bold cacoa, raw sugar and sweet aromas in the cup comes from a perfectly blended 3 origin coffee, featuring medium to strong acidity at the front end, but a lingering dark chocolate and stone fruit flavours gives way to a berry and minty aftertaste.
PNG washed process gives a well-balanced mild and mellow dimension that offers a clean, bright tasting bean filled with exotic, fruity aromas that is earthy and spicy.
PNG has over 800 languages spoken by local tribes which has been a mayor influence for conflict and struggle in years gone by. With about 95% of coffee trade coming from relatively small producers (a couple hectares per coffee farm) most of these small family gardens would also be growing other crops like bananas, papaya, and legumes alongside the coffee.
Go Nuts for our most popular blend with our busy cafes. This is a Silver award-winning blend with a high individual coffee score of 86-96. Smooth and pleasant acidity, smooth finish, nutty overtones and rich medium to full body. Tropical fruit, blueberry, orange with dark chocolate & honeycomb flavour. Medium body with a sweet toffee aftertaste. This blend won a silver medal in the 2015 Sydney Royal Fine Food Show.
A balanced blend of four unique origins that make up our signature label. There are no overwhelming flavours present... you will find a high citrus acidity on the front end, but a super clean aftertaste.
- Colombia Supremo - washed
- Ethiopian Yirgacheffe - washed
- Sumatra mandheling - semi washed
- PNG Kongo A - washed
Supremo is an indication of the bean size, translated means 'largest'
Yirgacheffe beans are renowned for there spicy and fragrant tones and are frequently reviewed as one of the highest quality arabica coffee in the world.
Mandheling is known as much for its smooth, full body (mouthfeel) as well as its rich, complex taste.
PNG Kongo A has a modest, low-toned richness, sometimes earthy, along with a low to moderate acidity that distinguishes most Indonesian coffees.
The Calm Before The Storm
Calm before the storm was created during a long blackout in Sydney. Going back to basics, we only had use of a v60 and a hand grinder! What emerged was a full bodied coffee bean that packs a punch! A complex blend with an individual cupping score of 86-94. It is rich and smooth with notes of brandy, blueberry, pineapple, and lilac. The flavour consolidates but maintains sweetness in a long, resonantly dry finish.
The full bodied nature of this blend is perfect for coffee lovers who like to know they have had a real coffee experience. This blend goes perfect with your milk based expresso coffee with a long lasting dark chocolate finish.
Calm before the storm also brings excellent results as a black coffee and thus is very popular for use in french press, plunger, filter and stove top methods.
Available for wholesale, pods, whole bean, home delivery and ground for any needs, give it a try, we promise you will be back again.
* Please note we will be using the remaining stock of our brown 250g bags until stock runs out