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Square mile coffee roasters

Square mile coffee roasters

September 28, 2020

Good morning coffe-people. The day has come and it is time to present the last coffee from the month of English coffee roasters. A multi-award-winning coffee roasting company, this roastery was founded in 2008 by speciality coffee pioneers, Anette Moldvaer and James Hoffmann. Synonymous with London coffee culture, they have grown to be a dynamic team of 22 talented coffee professionals, all sharing a wealth of experience and passion for what they do. The coffee from the month of English coffee roasters is...

Square Mile Coffee Roasters

Curious, they are on a mission to continually evolve, measuring our impact and looking for better solutions to their everyday tasks. By working together and supporting their partners across the supply chain, they strengthen their relationships, build expertise and contribute towards placing London speciality coffee & culture on the map.


THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso

Name: Red Brick

Producer: Luis Campos Varela and various smallholders

Origin: 50% Cordillera del Fuego, Costa rica and 50% El Meridiano, Colombia

Variety: Blend

Process: Cordillera is white honey and Meridiano is washed

Altitude: 1100 - 1900 masl

Tasting Notes: Red apple, honeycomb, nougat

  • Filter

Name: La Bolsa

Producer: Maria Vides

Origin: Huehuetenango, Guatemala

Variety: Caturra and bourbon

Process: Wasched

Altitude: 1800 masl

Tasting Notes: Orange, chocolate, sultana

  • Filter

Name: Ortiz 1900

Producer: Johana Calderon Mrtinez

Origin: Tarrazu, Costa Rica

Variety: Catuai

Process: White honey

Altitude: 1900 masl

Tasting Notes: Red grape, pecan, fig

  • Filter

Name: Aricha

Producer: various samllholders

Origin: Yirgacheffe, Ethopia

Variety: Regional landraces

Process: Washed

Altitude: 1850-1880 masl

Tasting Notes: Orange, raspberry, rose

Come down to our coffee bar to try them out for here or to go. // Team Djäkne.

You can find more information:https://shop.squaremilecoffee.com/

DARK ARTS COFFEE

DARK ARTS COFFEE

September 21, 2020

Good morning everybody. Hope all of you had a great weekend and are stoked for a new week. September is rolling on and so does the specialty coffee here in Malmö. The coffee of this week in the month of English coffee roasters is...

Dark arts coffee

Dark Arts Coffee is a coffee roastery started by friends in East London with twisted visions of using alchemy to combine fire, water and magic beans into a divine elixir. They had visions of funnelling the profits into a cult based on our love of the occult, bikes and all things unholy.

However, none of that worked out and now they are sick to death of bullies calling Dark Arts - ‘that harry potter coffee’. And roastery isn’t even a word.

As a result, instead, they have had to focus on importing the best beans from all over the world and roasting them until they taste good as a brown drink.

THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso

Name: World peace

Producer: Kirindera Women’s Peace Coffee

Origin:  Congo, Virunga National Park

Variety: Blue mountain, Katawai and Rumangabo

Process: Washed

Altitude: 1904 masl

Tasting Notes: Buttery mouthfeel, sweet with notes of rhubarb acidity.

  • Filter

Name: Trouble

Producer: Jardines del Eden

Origin: Colimbia

Variety:  Castillo

Process: White wine process

Altitude: 1700-2050 masl

Tasting Notes: Raspberry, white wine, grapes and apple

  • Filter

Name: Wolvorine Blues

Producer: Different smallholders from Mogiana and a little further north in the ecoregion of Cerrado

Origin: Brazil, Cemorrado

Variety:  Mundo Nuovo, Catuai

Process: Process: Natural

Altitude: 850 - 1250 masl

Tasting Notes: Sweet subtle lime acidity, milk chocolate, caramel body and nutty.

  • Filter

Name: Deep state blues

Producer: 4500 different smallholders from the town of Haro Wacho

Origin: Ethiopia, Haro Wacho

Variety: Bourbon, Typica

Process: Natural

Altitude: 2100 - 2300 masl

Tasting Notes: Caramel mouthfeel with red apple acidity with apricot and floral notes.

Come down to our coffee bar to try them out for here or take away. // Team Djäkne.

You can find more information: https://www.darkartscoffee.co.uk/

Caravan coffee roasters

Caravan coffee roasters

September 14, 2020

Hello and good morning! It is a windy monday here in Malmö. A perfect way to kick of a new week with perhaps a cup of cortado from the third coffee of the month of English coffee roasters.?! For this week we present to you:

Caravan coffee roaster!!!

This roastery is based at Lamb Works, an 8,500 square foot redeveloped Victorian warehouse on North Road in Islington, London. At Caravan Coffee Roasters they believe in challenging and raising the standards and expectations of the UK specialty coffee scene. Their aim is to ultimately provide the consumer with a superior product in their cup. Thier source the world’s best beans and roast them to specific and consistent profiles so to ensure each coffee’s individual characteristics are fully nurtured.

They work hard to find the best quality green coffee they can in the most sustainable, socially supportive and environmentally friendly way.

THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso

Name: Market Blend

Producer: Various smallholder

Origin:  Component 1: Fito Ruffati, El Salvador / Component 2: Sidama, Ethiopia / Component 3: Jalapa, Guatemala.

Process: Washed

Tasting Notes: Raspberry, cherry jam, milk chocolate

  • Filter

Name: Peña Colorada

Producer: Ten farms near Peña Colorada

Origin: Sierra Mazateca, Oaxaca

Variety:  Typica, mundo novo, bourbon

Process: Fully washed

Altitude: 1600-1800 masl

Tasting Notes: Nougat, candied orange, tropical fruit

  • Filter

Name: Businde washed

Producer: Various smallholder

Origin: Kayanza

Variety: Bourbon

Process: Washed

Altitude: 1650-1800 masl

Tasting Notes: Black cherry, vanilla, lady grey tea

Come down to our coffee bar to try them out for here or to go. // Team Djäkne.

You can find more information: https://www.caravancoffeeroasters.co.uk/

ORIGIN

ORIGIN

September 7, 2020

Hello good people of Malmö and welcome to week number two of the month of English coffee roasters. Next up in our coffee shop we have:

Origin coffee roaster!

Origin sits proudly as one of the longest standing speciality coffee roasters on UK shores. Their story begins over 15 years ago and the roastery was founded in 2004 by Tom Sobey. Origin Coffee is an independently owned speciality coffee roaster that is bound by one central ethos: to source exceptional coffee through a sustainable, triple bottom line approach. It is a team full of coffee professionals, a world-class coffee program, 6 coffee shops and an ever-evolving product range.

The way this roastery is blending science and senses, ritual and experimentation and obsessing over every detail makes it stand out. Roasting lightly. Respecting the beans – and the individuals who savour speciality coffee. This is what the Origin coffee roaster stands for.


THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso

Name: Pathfinder

Producer: Cotecaga Washing Station, The Mierisch Family & Carlos Pola

Origin:  Yirgacheffe, Juayua & Mathiri

Variety:  Bourbon, Catimor & Caturra

Process:  Washed & Natural

Altitude:  1,400, 1,450 & 1,600 – 2,000 masl

Tasting Notes: Raspberry, Gala Apple, Brown Sugar

  • Filter

Name: Las Nubes

Producer: Ernesto Lima

Origin: Sonsonate, El Salvador

Variety: Buorbon

Process: Anaerobic, Fermentation

Altitude: 1,675

Tasting Notes: Pineapple, passion fruit, chocolatey finish and rounded body.

  • Filter

Name: Los Altos

Producer: The Mierisch Family

Origin: Laguna Verde, Jinotega

Variety: Red Catuai

Process: Washed

Altitude: 1,275 to 1,400 masl

Tasting Notes: Chocolate, milk and caramel

  • Filter

Name: San Fermin

Producer: Twenty-seven producers

Origin: Plandas & Gaitania Tolima

Variety: Caturra

Process: Washed

Altitude: 1,600 to 2,000 masl

Tasting Notes: Orange sherbet, carmael, berries

Come down to our coffee bar to try them out, here or take away. // Team Djäkne.

You can find more information: https://www.origincoffee.co.uk/

Kiss The Hippo

Kiss The Hippo

August 31, 2020

Goodbye August and welcome September: English coffee roasters month!!!

We hope that everyone had a great summer and that you got some new energy for a this autumn. To kick it off we present to you the coffee of next week:

Kiss the Hippo! This is a speciality coffee roaster devoted to creating the ultimate coffee experience. Based in the neighbourhood of Richmond, London, Kiss the Hippo Coffee was established in 2018 and is managed by a dynamic and passionate team united by a shared love for coffee.

They accomplish this through a considered approach to coffee making that places a strong appreciation for quality and sustainability at the forefront. Kiss the Hippo aims to offer the most refined freshly roasted coffees, served in beautiful spaces as part of a thoroughly memorable service experience.

A focus on the environment is central to their work at Kiss the Hippo, which is part of the responsibility to the Earth and to us. It is through their efforts alongside charities and a dedication to innovative and sustainable solutions that they strive to deliver happiness with every sip.

THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso

Name: George Street

Producer:  Los Vascos and Sholi

Origin:  Colombia, Rwanda

Variety: Blend: 75% Colombia 25% Rwanda

Process:  Washed

Tasting Notes: Expect notes of Caramel, Red Berries, Chocolate

  • Filter

Name: Maracay

Producer: Jario Arcila

Origin: Quindeo, Colombia

Variety:  Arabica

Process: Anaerobic, EF1 Natural

Tasting Notes: Pomegranate, Blood orange and Passion fruit.

  • Filter

Name: Hacienda Sonora

Producer: Diego Guardia

Origin: Valle Central, Alajuela

Process: Natural

Altitude: 1,200 - 1,300 masl

Tasting Notes: Stewed Mango, Blueberry Jam, Blackberry.

Come down to our coffee bar to try them out for here or to go. // Team Djäkne.

You can find more information: https://kissthehippo.com/

Cafetoria

Cafetoria

August 24, 2020

Their coffee roastery is located in the beautiful city of Lohja, known as the city of the apples and is laying down next to an spectacular lake and surrounded by hills.

They are a small and multi-cultural team of coffee lovers who work with passion to extract the best expressions of coffee. They love diversity with its different origins and flavour profiles, the perfect raw material to find a way to communicate, to be creative, to promote diversity and to impact people’s life.

The heart of our roastery is their vintage roasting machine, a Probat UG22 built in Germany in the late 70s which was found and rescued from the Alps region. This old machine is highly wanted because of its materials and its flexibility to  find those distinctive nuances of coffee. All processes, from the roasting to the packaging, is hand crafted and made with affection!

  • Espresso

Producer:  Rómulo Huancas Chinchay

Name: Mitad Del Corazon

Location: La Coipa-Peru, 1800 masl

Variety: Pache, Yellow caturra, Bourbon

Origin:  La Coipa, Peru

Altitude:  1800 masl

Tasting Notes: Stone fruits, albaricoque, carob, touch of red wine.

  • Filter

Producer: Rugeto Coop. Society

Name: Karimikui AA

Variety: Kirinyaga-Kenya

Origin: Kirinyaga Central

Altitude: 1700-1800 masl

Tasting Notes: Peach, raspberry, vanilla. Lively acidity and creamy body.

  • Filter

Name: Finca Santa Sofia

Variety: Caturra Bourbon

Origin: San Juan Pueblo Libre, Peru

Altitude: 1800 masl

Tasting Notes: Elegant coffee with notes off chassis, flowery and black tea.

Come down to our coffee bar to try them out for here or to go. // Team Djäkne.

You can find more information: https://cafetoria.fi/

Makea Coffee

Makea Coffee

August 17, 2020

New week!

"A change... a change in the whole coffee culture is essential for the future, for the environment and for those working in the countries of origin of coffee. Like many other things that are common to us, the purchase and consumption of coffee needs to change." This is just a few words from our weekly coffee from the east.

Makea Coffee is a roastery and a team of brew specialists based in Finland. They stand for sustainably and transparently produced coffee. At Makea they believe in a completely transparent supply chain so they know what compensation a farmer will receive for the raw coffee they buy. The roastery believe that direct contact with crops ensures the best durability and transparency for the entire operation and its continuity. Meeting the challenges posed by climate change to coffee cultivation is only possible if there is economic stability in the countries of origin to invest in cultivation and research. Makes always pay the farmer a higher price than the Fair Trade rate for their high quality, fresh coffee. Through the partners, they participate in projects in the countries of origin that improve the well-being of locals and raise awareness around coffee growing.

THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso

Producer:  Gaspar Diaz Domingo

Name: Gaspar Diaz

Variety: Caturra, Bourbon

Process:  Washed

Origin:  Huehuetenango, Guatemala

Altitude:  1500-1600 m.a.s.l.

Tasting Notes: Chocolate and a gentle molasses sweetness

  • Filter

Producer: Oscar Daza Bautista

Name: La Pradera

Variety:  Castillo-Arabica

Process: Washed

Origin: Santander, Colombia

Tasting Notes: You will find almond, chocolate, nougat and orange. The acidity is citrus, especially when the coffee cools. 

  • Filter

Producer: Ana Perez Rafael

Name: Ana Perez

Variety: Caturra

Process: Washed "double soaking"

Origin: Huehuetenango, Guatemala

Altitude: 1570-1650 m.a.s.l.

Tasting Notes: Ripe stone fruit and fermented sweetness

Come down to our coffee bar to try them out for here or to go. // Team Djäkne.

You can find more information: https://makeacoffee.fi/

LOVE COFFEE

LOVE COFFEE

August 10, 2020

It is time, new week same old friends from Lund! Back your locals! This is what we try to do with an offering from Love Coffee Roasters. This is a roastery that we work with on a regular basis and during this week we present different filter coffees on our shelves and an amazing espresso in our cups.

For the past 17 years, they have supplied both the enthusiast and industry professional with excellent coffees. For them is it all about discovering and highlighting aromas and the flavours that makes the most complex and diverse natural beverage in the world. When it comes to great coffee and great service they have got you covered.

THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso

Producer: Fazenda Primavera

Name: Tradition

Variety:  Yellow bourbon

Process: Natural

Altitude: 1000 m.a.s.l.

Origin: Chapada de Minas, Brazil

Tasting Notes: Intense, sweet and full bodied with notes of dark chocolate, toasted nuts and dried fruit.

  • Filter

Producer:  Esmeril

Name: Esmeril

Variety: Topazio

Process:  Natural

Origin:  Cerrado Mineiro, Brazil

Altitude:  1200 m.a.s.l.

Tasting Notes: Sweet and smooth with notes of nougat, vanilla and white peach.

  • Filter

Producer: Gera

Name: Limu Gera

Variety: Heirloom

Process: Heirloom

Origin: Limu, Ethiopia

Altitude: 2000 m.a.s.l.

Tasting Notes: Delicate with notes of white flowers, citrus and honey.

Come down to our coffee bar to try them out for here or to go. // Team Djäkne.

You can find more information: https://lovecoffee.se

GOOD LIFE COFFEE

GOOD LIFE COFFEE

August 3, 2020

July went by fast and now it is time to welcome August and the coffee of this week!

The coffee and roastery is GOOD LIFE COFFEE and they are based in Helsingfors, Finland. Their idea of good coffee is simple: carefully selected high­grade beans combined with precise procedures and a no­bullshit take on roasting and brewing. Instead of a well trimmed romantic re­enactment of the artesian 19th century, their coffee is bang on the now. Honest and uncompromising. The roasting profiles are build according to each bean to get the most out of the quality. Analytical, diligent and passionate, down to the nitty gritty. The way they see it, life’s too short for weak coffee.

At Good Life they make it easy to get great tasting luxury coffee delivered conveniently to your door so you never run out of the coffee you love.

  • Espresso

Producer: 500 smallholders

Name: BOJI

Variety: Heirloom

Process: Natural

Origin: Kochere, Ethiopia

Tasting Notes: Strawberry, Tropical fruits, Sweet

  • Filter

Producer: Arturo Guzman

Name: El Suace

Variety: Caturra, Colombia, 100% Arabica

Process:  Washed

Origin:  Narino, Colombia

Tasting Notes: Pear and Plum

  • Filter

Producer: 450 smallholder producers

Name: Adado

Variety: Heirloom

Process: Washed

Origin: Adado Wereda, Yirgacheffe

Tasting Notes: Bergamot, Floral, Raspberry

Come down to our coffee bar to try them out for here or to go. // Team Djäkne.

You can find more information: https://www.goodlifecoffee.com

Frukt

Frukt

July 27, 2020

This week we here at Djäkne are thrilled to welcome Frukt Coffee Roasters back to us!

We look for Roasters who portray the intricate and diverse flavors of coffee. Our exploration of Specialty Coffee Roasters - propelled by a passion for flavor - has brought us back to Frukt. The Frukt Roastery is located close to the Harbor of Turku in Finland. Frukt roasts Single Origin coffee, this means they roast coffee from one Origin at a time compered to blend of coffees coming from different place. Single Origin coffee is what we want to feature, taste, and serve because, like Frukt, we want to portray how all the different regions which coffee is grown contribute not only to the variety of flavors that make each coffee unique but also display the diverse and intricate characteristics of Single Origin coffee.

  • Espresso

Producer: Julio Cano

Name: Espresso El Naranjo

Variety: Caturra

Altitude: 1750

Process: Washed

Origin: Guatemala

Tasting Notes:  Prune, hazelnut, creamy

  • Filter

Producer: Ana Mustafá

Name: El Crucero

Variety: Castillo

Altitude: 1550-1650

Process:  Fed-batch semi-washed

Origin:  Colombia

Tasting Notes: Passion fruit, wild berries, candy

  • Filter

Producer: Francisco Salucio Ramirez

Name: Don Francisco

Variety: Bourbon and Caturra

Altitude: 1750-1850

Process: Washed

Origin: Guatemala

Tasting Notes: Dried fruit, cacao, brown sugar

Come down to our coffee bar to try them out for here or to go. // Team Djäkne.

You can find more information: https://www.fruktcoffeeroasters.com/