Coffee Archive

  • Chorongi, Kenya

    "I’ve been longing to get this coffee home all season. It jumped off the table whilst cupping at the exporters in Kenya earlier this year. It really broadens our minds and expands the idea of what a Kenyan coffee can be. For many years we’ve been focused on blackcurrant, light characteristic coffees from Kenya whilst this one is much more mature and has plenty of mature berry notes, whilst still maintaining the acidity typical for the region." Joanna Alm, Head roaster In the Nyeri region in Central Kenya 1165 smallholders are delivering cof- fee from the surrounding areas of the...

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  • Vincent Paye, Bolivia - Christmas Coffee

    THIS PRODUCT WILL BE SHIPPED FROM FRIDAY THE 27TH OF NOVEMBER.  "I went on my first origin to Bolivia this August together with my new business partner Stephen who’s been working there for a long time. I’ve always wanted to work with Bolivian coffee for the taste profile of the coffee, visiting the country and the producer had quickly made this one of my top most important origins to work with." Joanna Alm, Head roaster  In the small town of Copacabana in the Caranavi region Vincent Paye and his family is doing a very precise job at their farm. In Bolivia in...

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  • Burundi Nemba

    Nemba is two entities: a cooperative and a washing station. The cooperative is comprised of the delivering cherry producers to the washing station and the washing station is owned by Webcor. At the beginning and end of harvest, the washing station is open twice a week and operates everyday during the peak of the harvest period. According to Nemba washing station’s manager, Fabien Nyambere, the biggest challenges to quality are good agricultural practices and farmer access to fertilizer. Webcor’s team of agronomists work with the farmer associations on educating good agricultural practice but fertilizer use is a challenge connected with...

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  • Kigoma, Rwanda

    "Coffees from Rwanda are unique in due to the tart lingonberry characteristics that we find in the cup and really stand out compared to any other other coffee producing region. When first buying coffee from this area three years ago, we were so amazed by the clean taste profile and cranberry bitterness that our barista Linnea decided to compete with the coffee ”Epiphany Muhirwa” in barista cup, where she used the coffees natural bitterness to replicate the quinine from tonic water in her signature beverage." Joanna Alm, Drop Coffee  In Rwanda 30% of coffee produced is fully washed and exported, the...

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  • El Triumfo, Colombia

      Espresso: Notes of strawberry and milk chocolate notes with a creamy body.Filter: Medium, creamy body with notes of plums and strawberries. "I love the bright acidity in the high grown Hula coffees. Still this is a very creamy cup with loads of mature barytones. I went to visit Hula a few month back, impressed by the knowledgeable standards the producers are working on." /Joanna Alm, Head roaster and CEO El Triumfo from Tarqui in Central Huila is a mixture of the farms by Nemesio Ramos and Carlos Antonio Tole, plus some nano-lot from a different farmer. The lots are approved...

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  • Santa Julia, El Salvador

      For the third year in a row we’re being coffee from the wet mill Las Cruces, this time from the producer Jose Antonio Salaverria. Situated in the Apaneca Ilamatepec region of Santa Ana, known for its sweet and delicate coffees, we find the farm Santa Julia. The regions characteristic soil, weather conditions, varietals and altitude are all masterfully orchestrated to make the uniqueness that is the Santa Julia cup of coffee.  Using new, innovative ways of processing the coffee is producer Jose Antonio Salaverrias trademark. The cherries are picked by well-educated pickers, selecting only the ripe cherries. In the afternoon the...

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  • Manuel Vallecillo, Honduras

    KLAR - GRAPEFRUIT - TONIC Espresso: Saftig & klar med inslag av rosa grapefruktFilter: Delikat & saftig med söt citron och grapefrukt Santa Barbara regionen i Honduras är känd för sin jord, rik på fosfor och unika syror som ger kaffet dess komplexa och fruktiga karaktär. Efter att koppat ett flertal kaffe från området stod Manuel Vallecillos kaffe verkligen ut med dess mycket saftiga, rena och lätta karaktär. Som ni förstår kunde jag inte motstå att ta in det till Drop Coffee, även om det är en mindre lott än vad vi vanligtvis köper. /Joanna Alm, huvudrostare Manuel Vallecillos plantage ligger...

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  • Jazmin, Honduras

    Espresso: Fyllig & saftig, stenfrukt & svarta vinbärFilter: Mogen karaktär, Juicy, Tropisk frukt  & Fudge ”Att producera ett kaffe som smakar fruktigt är inte komplicerat, men att producera ett kaffe som är rent, klart, friskt och fruktigt som det här - det är en konst". Detta uttryckte vår samarbetspartner och råkaffe spårare från Collaborative Coffee Source om kaffet producerat av Neptaly Bautista. Det är tredje året i rad som vi jobbar med Bautistas gård som han valt att kalla Jazmin. Vår rostare Benjamin Norman vann förra årets Svenska Brewers Cup med detta kaffe och det är en årlig favorit för många...

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  • La Ilusion, El Salvador

      For the second year in a row we’re being coffee from the wet mill Las Cruces, this time from the producer Jose Antonio Salaverria. Situated in the Apaneca Ilamatepec region of Santa Ana, known for its sweet and delicate coffees, we find the farm La Ilusion. The regions characteristic soil, weather conditions, varietals and altitude are all masterfully orchestrated to make the uniqueness that is the La Ilusion cup of coffee.  Using new, innovative ways of processing the coffee is producer Jose Antonio Salaverrias trademark. The cherries are picked by well-educated pickers, selecting only the ripe cherries. In the...

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  • Colombia Cerro Azul

    Floral as a summer's meadow, acidic as the juiciest orange and sweet as a sun heated stone fruit plucked directly from the tree. A coffee unlike anything you've ever tasted! That's how a good coffee from the Arabica Geisha species coffee bean can be described. On a farm in Cerro Azul, Columbia the family Ezparansa grows the Geisha coffee beans. With their experience from their farm in Panama they know how to uncover the unique and incomparable taste of citrus, stone fruit and jasmin We roast the beans for brewing and other manual brewing methods where the fresh acidity from citrus and sweetness from peach and...

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