Your favorite Bombe, named after the beautiful Ethiopian mountains, is back! Enjoy a pleasant hint of black tea, jasmine, and the sweetness of honey cake. Its unique tea-like profile is also thanks to its processing – washed dry fermentation, which is a great progressive method with minimized water consumption.
Country: Colombia Region: Rio Sucio, Caldas Processing station: Cooperativa de Caficultores de Alto Occidente de Caldas Altitude: 1600-2000 m.a.s.l. Variety: Colombia, Castillo & Caturra Processing: washed – sugar cane decaf Taste profile: candied almonds, mandarines, lime
For all the coffee enthusiasts who don’t need the caffeine fix, we have a fantastic decaffeinated option from Colombia, specifically from the village of Rio Sucio in Caldas. Its flavor combines the sweetness of candied almonds with pleasant citrus notes of mandarins and limes.
The inhabitants of the San Lorenzo community, who cultivate this coffee, believe in the goddess Pacha Mama and view the earth as a living being. For them, environmental consciousness is an absolute priority at every step of the process.
Petra and Libor Šosták like to cross the boundaries between art and design. Their porcelain cappuccino mug with a unique structure has been fired in Rožnov pottery kilns and is ready to be part of your artistic experience of drinking your favorite coffee.
We are glad that Timemore has developed a more compact version of the Black Mirror scale. The Black Mirror Nano digital barista scale has ideal dimensions for placement under the head of the coffee machine; it achieves excellent accuracy and has three weighing modes. The scale’s minimum unit weight is 0.1 g, and the maximum is 2 kg. Power supply: internal battery 780 mAh (continuous operation for at least 15 hours) Material: aluminum, plastic
In the Sul de Minas region of Brazil, coffee is grown by farmers from the Cocatrel Direct Trade Cooperative, part of the larger Cocatrel Cooperative group, which was founded in 1961. Our coffee, called Caixa de Fruta, which translates as ‘box of fruit’, comes from a specific area called Carmo da Cachoeira and has been processed using the natural method and dried in ‘static boxes’, i.e. without rotation and with controlled temperature. This processing method brings a distinctive flavor profile to the cup with pleasant notes of red fruit. CAFEINA is our basic coffee for espresso. Its composition and roasting method gives you a stable taste with low acidity that is full of sweet chocolate, nuts, and marzipan.
Handy weight designed for both professional baristas and home enthusiasts.
Fast and accurate weight that guarantees you accurate weight measurement with an accuracy of 0.1 grams. The weight is large enough to fit the portafilter from the coffee machine and is a handy helper to achieve the perfect espresso in a cafe, but also at home in the kitchen. The scale is also suitable for use in the preparation of any filtered coffee. A novelty is the Auto – timing function, automatic start of time when pouring water. The scale is perfectly portable, with its dimensions of 15.2 cm x 13 cm x 2.8 cm, it is also suitable for travel. The LED display of the scale is waterproof and the package also includes a non-slip silicone pad.
Countries: El Salvador and Ethiopia Regions: Los Naranjos, Sonsonate, and Jimma, Oromia Processing stations: Renacer and Beshasha Altitude: 1450 and 2040 m.a.s.l. Varieties: Mixed varieties and Heirloom varieties (indigenous Ethiopian varieties) Processing: Washed Taste profile: full creamy body, milk chocolate, and floral aromas
Full creamy body, milk chocolate, and floral aromas. You can expect all this from our espresso blend Mother Ship. It will be a pleasure to work with it both in the cafe and at home. It is a great base for your milk drinks, but at the same time, it will not disappoint any fan of pure espresso.
It is a mixture of two coffees from countries with completely different taste profiles – El Salvador and Ethiopia. Both coffees bring the best of their origins to the cup, and together, they create a wonderfully balanced taste that lacks nothing.
When Alan Adler came to the market in 2005 with a light and compact “coffee machine” and the claim that he could make espresso on it, it certainly caught the attention of every coffee lover. Although coffee is brewed at Aeropress under a certain pressure, it does not even hint at the pressure needed to prepare espresso. No less its simplicity, lightness and compactness make it perfect for making high quality coffee anywhere on the go. Aeropress Go is the younger and smaller brother of classic Aeropress. The package contains a practical mug with a lid, where you can hide all the accessories. The package also includes a handy case for paper filters, which are used to prepare a maximum of 240 ml of coffee.
Simple and universal apron made out of solid cotton and rigid leather straps.
The straps are crossed at the back to avoid putting any weight on your neck.
Straps are also easily removable to allow easy washing.