Hello Malmö! November is steady moving on and we keep exploring new coffee here at Djäkne and at the same time supporting our locals friends from just a bit north from us. Let us introduce the roastery and coffee of this week...
This place is one of Sweden´s newest coffee roasteries and they are located in the old hotel of Slöinge. They opened the gates in 2013 and they are a so-called micro roastery that only roasts specialty coffee. Almost all coffee is organically grown and procured with as few intermediaries as possible also called Direct Trade. They are working with coffee from single origins. All coffee is gently roasted by hand in small batches. The coffee is roasted just so long that the complex acids and sugar are optimally highlighted.
Tasting Notes: Dark chocolate and roasted cobnut
Name: El Manantial
Producer: Samuel Zavala
Origin: Nueva Segovia, Nicaragua
Variety: Red Currant
Altitude: 1500 masl
Tasting Notes: Sweet and balanced with hints of caramel and candied apple
Name: Guji Kercha
Producer: Hasen Rormolo
Origin: Guji, Ethiopia
Altitude: 1900-2000 masl
Tasting Notes: Sweet, clean and very fruti with hints of strawberry, pineapple, vanilla and sweet citrus
Come down to our coffee bar to try them out for here or to go. // Team Djäkne.
You can find more information: https://sloingekafferosteri.se/