WEEK 14: & BLOSS COFFEE Ok the swedish coffee roasters has ended and now we give room for The UK to enter the stage. This week we’re presenting from Ashford, UK “& bloss”. The word ‘bloss’, is an old Irish word that means tasty and flavourful. The Gaelic Irish proverb “Bee-on bloss err on myah-gon” translates as – even just a small amount can bring great flavour. & Bloss buys forest Grown products, which helps sustain natural environments in the growing regions. That’s good for the environment and us ! The co-founder Michael Adler Has 3 years of coffee industry experience and 10 years of experience in the corporate world. Q-grader and artisan products enthusiast.“ And he’s bringing us two coffees this week: MYANMAR BLACK HONEY, shade grown, medium roast, rich fruity coffee with a cupping score or 85. MYANMAR FULLY WASHED, shade grown, medium roast, very bright coffee from the highlands of Shan state, with a cupping score or 84. There’s no doubt we’ll have a great experience with & Bloss. Hurry down to us at Djäkne and experience the collaboration “Djäkne & Bloss” ! If you sant to read more please visit: www.andbloss.com
WEEK 13: BLEKINGE SPECIALTY COFFEE Alright awesome people, once again a new week has come with new roaster in our coffee shop! This week Blekinge is back with a new logo and let’s see what the founder Henrik Arvidsson have for us this week. Starting out with our espresso, SM KAFFE BLEND - Brazil, Colombia and Ethiopia. Second up, RWANDA, Light roasted. Fully washed, intense elegant acidity, fruity and juicy with peach, dark cherries and chocolate. And lastly KENYA - Light roast. Intense elegant acidity, juicy and fruity with blueberry and black currant. As you can see it’s a no brainer to come down to us at Djäkne and try one or all of them! If you want to read more about Blekinge specialty coffee,visit: www.blekingekafferosteri.se
WEEK 12: MORGON COFFEE ROASTERS. Yes now the week has come and we welcome back Morgon coffee roasters from Gothenburg to Djäkne! Morgon has recently moved out from Gringo to their own roastery and of course we’re all excited to see what they will bring to the coffee scene. Morgon Is a small gang consisting of Markus Vestergaard, Gabriella Runesson and Christian Gullbrandsson. They get to work side by side with inspiring and hardworking producers, baristas and businesses that share their vision to create a unique experience. They believe that it’s in the collaboration with other people, with different knowledge and different stories, that you can create something that is the true meaning of special. This week we have three special coffees here at Djäkne: COLOMBIA TOLIMA: Washed Catura & Castillo, intense, red apple and grapefruit. COLOMBIA PALESTINA: Washed Catura, cherry, tropical fruit and caramel. COLOMBIA ACEVEDO: Washed pink bourbon, creamy, structured and jasmine. No doubt you should come down and try them with us at Djäkne!
WEEK 11: DROP COFFEE ROASTERS. Final,y it’s Monday again and a new roaster on the horizon. This week we welcome back Drop coffee roasters from Stockholm. Drop Coffee was founded in Stockholm, Sweden in 2009 as a coffee bar and later in 2010 they started to roast in the back of the shop. Later in 2012 started roasting for other wholesale customers. In the World Roasters Championship they have been in the top tier many years and the won Swedish championship 2014,15, and 18. So this week we proudly offer you three different coffees: BOLIVIA COLQUE LA FLORIDA. Mature profile with a creamy body, notes of caramel stone fruit and red grape. COSTA RICA FINCA LICHO, YELLOW HONEY GEISHA. A complex cup with notes of passion fruit, milk chocolate and orange blossom with a after taste of lemon. BOLIVIA ALASITAS, WASHED LONGBERRY. Light medium body, with notes of white flowers and nutmeg with a buttery mouthfeel and aftertaste of caramel. Welcome to join us at Djäkne and try them out!
WEEK 10: MUTTLEY & JACK’S This week our Friends at Muttley & Jack’s is back! Founded in Stockholm in 2017 Muttley & Jack’s is a prize winning micro-roastery delivering hand-roasted speciality grade coffee to homes and cafes throughout Europe. They aim to live the values of quality, transparency and approachability in all that they do. Aside from coffee Jack’s great love is a Boston Terrier named Muttley. This four-legged bundle of energy serves as a constant reminder that life is there to be enjoyed! This week we have three coffees at Djäkne: FINCA LICHO - Costa Rica. Yellow honey, with tones of hazelnut, chocolate and lime. SLOPES OF 8 - Kenya. Fully washed, tones of juicy berries and citrus. BOJI - Ethiopia. Fully washed, tones of peach, citrus and floral. So don’t wait, come down to us at Djäkne and try them out!
WEEK 9: DA MATTEO Wow a new sunny week, and this week it’s da Matteo from Gothenburg. In 2003, Matts Johansson opened da Matteo at Marstrand, in the same house in which he and his lived. “da Matteo” means ‘at Matteo’ in Italian. da Matteo was born! “Through further expansion and by introducing more customers to the great tastes of coffee and bread, we want to continue to play an important role in the Swedish coffee, bread and café markets. “ This week we have three different coffees at Djäkne. MODERN ESPRESSO - Ethiopia. Sweet with tones of plum and grapefruit. Washed JOSE ANTONIO & SONS - El Salvador Santa Ana. Full body with hint of almond, milk chocolate. Washed MUCHAGARA AA - Kenya, Kirinyaga. Juicy, sweet with a hint of blackberry and light lime acidity. Welcome down and try them all at Djäkne and share your experience with us!
WEEK 8: BUDHAS KAFFEROSTERI Already a new week and a new roaster on the horizon! This week it’s BUDHAS KAFFEROSTERI. They are based in northern Sweden, Lycksele to be precise. They roast in small batches using a traditional drum roast. On Sweden’s national day 2014 the doors of Budhas Kafferosteri opened. 2017 BUDHAS cafe got the award for best coffee bar in Sweden by White guide. This week we have two roasts here at Djäkne: EL CIPRES - EL SALVADOR. From the Balsamo-Quezaltepec region. Natural process, with low acidity, tones of sweet orange, plum, raisin and toffee with a clean mouth feel. Next up is SANTA TERESA -NICARAGUA. From the Dipikto, Nueva Segovia region. Washed process, with low acidity, tones of hazelnut, sweet orange, a bit nutty and a balanced coffee with clean mouth feel. Welcome in and try them out here at Djäkne!
Week 6: Gringo Nordic Ok, what a lovely day to start off the week with a new roaster! In the central of Gothenburg we find a small roaster GRINGO NORDIC COFFEE ROASTERS. One of the founders of Johan & Nyström, Johan Ekfeldt sold the company and went on a three year break from making coffee. But now he’s back with Gringo and the love of making good coffee. Gringo imports coffee from around the world and what they all have in common is that they are grown by people that put quality before quantity. Aside from buying from external farms, Gringo have since 2017 their own farm in Colombia; Finca la Tierra. Gringo uses the slow-roast method which means that they by hand slowly roast the coffee so you get the freshest coffee every time. This week we have two different coffees to choose from: First up KENYA KII AA, a filter coffee from Kenya with high quality it have fresh sourness with tones of red berries with a buttery, soft body. Next is BASIC ESPRESSO, Brazil Rio Brilhante yellow bourbon and Brazil Fazenda IP yellow bourbon. A modern espresso with character of nuts, chocolate and dried fruits and a sweet soft after taste. No need to wait, come sow. To Djäkne and try them out!
WEEK 6: BLEKINGE KAFFEROSTERI Alright alright alright, a new week so lets see who’s on the field! They are Blekinges first micro roasters and the founder Henrik Arvidsson is the Swedish Champion of Coffee Roasting 2017 and came 4th place out of 21 in the World Coffee Roasting Championship 2017. They roast specialty coffee from all over the world and choose the best beans that are roasted gently. Also their pursuit of good taste, high quality, environmental awareness and fair conditions permeates the entire business. This week we have two coffees at Djäkne. First up is an espresso, organic, slightly dark roasted blend maintaining beans from Peru, Colombia and Sumatra. Next up is a filter coffee, light roasted from Kenya. Flavor tones of intense elegant acidity. Fruity and juicy with blueberry and black currant. So does this not sound amazing? Come by and test them out here at Djäkne!
Week 5: CONIFER COFFEE Ok everyone, new week and new roaster on the horizon. This week it’s CONIFER COFFEE from Frölunda, Göteborg that is highlighted in Djäkne kaffebar. Conifer Coffee was born in 2015 as a hobby project by Benny Chemnitz Nielsen Cedstrand. As an activist since early ages, Benny at the age of 16 looked at coffee as one area where he really can make a difference. “Buying a coffee that is produced under socially sustainable conditions is in fact activism. A concrete act of activism. Because it makes a difference to the people who grow that coffee. I’ll be the first to agree that it’s merely a tiny drop in a huge ocean, but at least it’s a drop” - Benny, Conifer Coffee. Benny gets his inspiration from the great outdoors, the Swedish West Coast. Endless woods all the way up to the Arctic ocean. The presence of old, slow-growing and wise conifer trees. This week we’ll offer 3 different roasts from Benny’s Conifer Coffee: PINK PINEAPPLE - Biftu Gudina, Ethiopia Washed, light roast. 36 hour fermenting process, taste of lime, sirup, fruity body. Cupping score: 89,5 JUICY PASSIONFRUIT - Gedeb Asasa, Yitgacheffe Ethiopia Washed, light roast. Taste of Jasmin, honey, lime, and passionfruit. Cupping score: 90,2 PAPAYA & CANDY - Ichamama, Kenya Washed, light roast. Taste of red berries, unrefined sugar, lime, caramel, papaya candy. Cupping score: 89,4 So what are you waiting for? Welcome down to Djäkne and try one (or all 3) out!