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Lykke Kaffegård

Lykke Kaffegård

November 30, 2020

Okey Malmö... the time has come, december is around the corner and it is time to turn a new page here at Djäkne. We have decided to change up some stuff around the coffee that we usually serve. We will still have quality specialty coffee at our bar but instead of bringing in new roasteries every week we will have a new one coming in every month. We hope that you are as excited as we are and to kick this new era of we present the first roastery to you...

Lykke Kaffegård

How do you run a coffee business without harming anyone or anything in the process?
That was the question Lykke asked themselves when they started and it has since become thier task to do just that. They do this by challenging the normal way of doing things, by actually growing, buying and roasting the coffee themselves, with the humble goal of influencing the coffee industry for the better. So that we can all enjoy a really good cup of coffee in 50 years. So how do you turn the coffee industry upside down, and why should you even try? By letting the coffee farmers decide. For them, that is the only way.They roast the coffee in Stockholm and Berlin. The reason for this is that their friend in Berlin has a large roastery and they can use the overcapacity to roast Lykke coffee. An added bonus for this is that the coffee weighs 20% less, which means less unnecessary transport because all coffee lands in Germany before it goes to the rest of Europe.

THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso

Name: Bam Bam!

Producer: Beans from Espirito Santo and Agua de Nieves.

Origin: Brazil and Peru

Process: Brazil is Pulped Natural and Peru is washed

Altitude:  800 - 2100 masl

Tasting Notes: Milk chocolate, candied nuts, caramel and ripe red berries.

  • Filter

Name: Happiness

Producer: Beans from Espirito Santo and Agua de Nieves.

Origin: Brazil and Peru

Process: Brazil is Pulped Natural and Peru is washed

Altitude:  800 - 2100 masl

Tasting Notes: sweetness and fullness but also fresh with fruity tone

  • Filter

Name: Nu är det jul igen!

Producer:  Delvis Acosta with friends

Origin: Peru, Monobamba

Variety: Typica and Caturra

Process: Washed

Altitude: 1700-2000 masl

Tasting Notes: Syrup-like sweetness with hints of red currants and an exciting Christmas spice.

  • Filter

Name: Snövatten

Origin: Agua de Nieve, Monombamba, Peru

Variety: Typica, Bourbon & Caturra

Process: Washed

Altitude: 1800-2000 masl

Tasting Notes: Sweet citrus and pomegranate with a mouthfeel reminiscent of grandma's custard.

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

You can find more information: https://www.lykkegardar.se/?lang=sv

Slöinge kafferosteri

Slöinge kafferosteri

November 23, 2020

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...

Slöinge kafferosteri

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.

THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso

Name: Bryggkaffe

Origin: Brazil

Tasting Notes: Dark chocolate and roasted cobnut

  • Filter

Name: El Manantial

Producer: Samuel Zavala

Origin: Nueva Segovia, Nicaragua

Variety: Red Currant

Process: Washed

Altitude: 1500 masl

Tasting Notes: Sweet and balanced with hints of caramel and candied apple

  • Filter

Name: Guji Kercha

Producer: Hasen Rormolo

Origin: Guji, Ethiopia

Variety: Heirloom

Process: Natural

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/

Artisan roast

Artisan roast

November 16, 2020

Hello and welcome back good people of Malmö. We hope that you all are safe and sound and handling these times as good as possible. Here at Djäkne we try to focus on keeping the place clean, our distance and ofcours serving amzingly good coffee so with no further ado the roastery for this week...

Artisan roast

This is Artisan Roast Coffee Roasters. This roastery is based in Scotland. According to Artisan the senses of sight, smell, sound and touch form the foundations of craft roasting. All of thier roasting teams have learned on the job, developing their awareness of these senses, learning when a coffee’s aromatics are at their height, how to caramelise the sugars, and how to unlock the flavor and personality of every coffee.


THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso

Name: Cobblestone V2020.5

Origin: 50% La Virgen, Grupo Asociativo Villa Esperanza (Colombia); 50% Blue Ayarza (Guatemala)

Variety: Caturra, Colombia, and Castillo; Catuai, Anacafé 14, Paché, Bourbon, San Ramon

Process: Washed and Natural Processes 

Altitude: Range of 1400 m to 2000 masl

Tasting Notes:  Laden with caramel sweetness, berry fruit flavours and a roasted almond finish this seasonal blend changes through the year and the coffees are always fresh, delicious and Latino

  • Filter

Name: Cobblestone V2020.5

Origin: 50% La Virgen, Grupo Asociativo Villa Esperanza (Colombia); 50% Blue Ayarza (Guatemala)

Variety: Caturra, Colombia, and Castillo; Catuai, Anacafé 14, Paché, Bourbon, San Ramon

Process: Washed and Natural Processes 

Altitude: Range of 1400 m to 2000 masl

Tasting Notes:  Laden with caramel sweetness, berry fruit flavours and a roasted almond finish this seasonal blend changes through the year and the coffees are always fresh, delicious and Latino

  • Filter

Name: La Roca

Origin: La roca, Costa Rica

Variety: Catuai

Process: Natural

Altitude: Range of 1850 m to 2000 masl

Tasting Notes: Moreish, laden with a silky sweetness and flavours of nougat and dried fruit, this is a dangerously, drinkable coffee.

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

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

The Good Coffee Cartel

The Good Coffee Cartel

November 9, 2020

Hello and welcome back people to a new week at Djäkne. Hope everyone hade a fine weekend. The Djäkne team are pumped for a new week with some cool-looking package and lovely coffee from our next roastery in Scotland...

The Good Coffee Cartel

The Good Coffee Cartel was built with a purpose: to cut new trails in the speciality coffee industry, with an environmental conscience and the intention to always do GOOD things. They want to roast, brew and serve GOOD coffee. They want to make GOOD products. They want to have a GOOD impact on our environment. They want to be GOOD to thier people. They want to collaborate on GOOD projects. The Good Coffee Cartel is the vehicle that they use to achieve this.

THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso

Name: Blueprint

Producer: Various smallholders

Origin: Brazil and Ethiopia (blend)

Process: Natural

Tasting Notes: Bright citrus acidity with candied lemon & hoppy notes.

  • Filter

Name: Brazil - Ãgua limpa

Producer: Smallholders from the Minas region

Origin: Minas Gerais

Variety: Catuai

Process: Natural

Tasting Notes: Milk chocolate with cherries and pecan

  • Filter

Name: Ethiopia - Bekele Belachew

Producer: Small farmers in the Sidama region

Origin: Sagara, Bensa district, Sidama, Ethiopia

Variety: Ethiopian Heirloom

Process: Natural

Tasting Notes: Pronounced citrus and floral notes with bags of apricot, strawberry and hops.

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

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

The Barn

The Barn

November 2, 2020

Good morning people of Malmö and welcome to a new week with some new special coffee. Next up in our coffee shop we have:

The Barn

They are a leading specialy coffee roaster from Berlin and represents the Specialty Coffee Movement at the highest level since 2010. Thier beans are served by many coffee shops and home brewers across the globe.
Thier vision has been very clear from the start: They focus on making their coffees better and better. No compromise - just great coffee. They would never blend thier coffees in order to showcase specific flavour profiles and to present each farm they work with. This makes thier farmers proud and the product fully traceable.


THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso

Name: Ivory AA

Producer: Varius holders

Origin: Kirinyaga, Kenya

Variety: SL28 & Ruiru 11

Process: Washed

Tasting Notes: Blackcurrant, hibiscus and sirupy

  • Filter

Name: Juanachute

Producer: Tacho Castro

Origin: Tarrazu, Costa Rica

Variety: Caturra, Catuai

Process: Anaerobic

Altitude: 1600 masl

Tasting Notes: Cinnamon, dark fruits and complex.

  • Filter

Name: Gedeb Beriti

Origin: Yrgacheffe, Ethiopia

Variety: Mixed heirloom

Process: Natural

Altitude: Around 1800 masl

Tasting Notes: Tropical fruit, bergamot and juicy

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

You can find more information: https://thebarn.de/

Man vs. Machine

Man vs. Machine

October 26, 2020

It is time! Monday is here to stay and we got loads of coffee in store. We here at Djäkne hope that you hade a great weekend and that you are stoked for some coffee. So with no further ado here comes the coffee of this week:

Man vs Machine

This is a Specialty Coffee Roaster founded in 2014.
They are 100% independent from day one. No investors. Just them. They don’t do Robusta. They roast nothing but the highest grade Arabica Coffees. Thier main focus, always is and always will be quality before growth. They are happy to work with some of the finest intl. cafes and bars in the UK, EU and the UAE amongst others. Thier coffee is also served in several Michelin starred restaurants, the award winning ORY Bar of the Mandarin Oriental  and other quality driven places, like offices, restaurants and cafes.

THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso / Filter

Name: SERRINH

Producer: Fazenda Serrinha

Origin: Brazil

Variety: Red Catuai 

Process: Natural

Altitude: 1200 masl

Tasting Notes: Fruity, Sweet, Caramel, Citrus

  • Espresso / Filter

Name: KONGA

Producer: Mekuria Merga

Origin: Ethiopia 

Variety: Heirloom

Process: Washed

Altitude: 1950 - 2000 masl

Tasting Notes: Apricot, Floral, Candy

  • Espresso / Filter

Name: Bomba de fruta

Producer: Ana Cecilia Uribe

Origin: Colombia

Variety: Caturra

Process: Natural

Altitude: 1800 masl

Tasting Notes: Bubbelgum, passionfruit and sugary

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

You can find more information: https://mvsm.coffee/

Playground

Playground

October 19, 2020

It is time! Monday is here to stay and we got loads of coffee in store. We here at Djäkne hope that you hade a great weekend and that you are stoked for some coffee. So with no further ado here comes the coffee of this week:

Playground coffee roaster

Playground Coffee is Velli and Matze. They have been roasting coffee together in Hamburg for five years with a lot of love and passion. What started with a small bar in a friendly burger restaurant has now become their biggest project close to our hearts - and they can proudly say that Playground Coffee is now one of the best roasting houses in Europe.

Their goal from the start was to turn a mass-produced item into a quality product that is accessible to everyone and is simply fun. In addition to thier individually designed packaging, they of course pay particular attention to its content: hand-picked coffee from farms in different countries. They always focus on long-term and sustainable cooperation with the farmers, importers and suppliers - and you can taste that in every cup!


THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso

Name: Skywalker

Origin: Brazil (65%) | Guatemala (35%)

Process: Natural, washed

Tasting Notes: chocolate, fruity

  • Filter

Name: King Congo

Producer: Kawa Kanzururu Cooperative

Origin: Democratic Republic of the Congo

Variety: Bourbon

Process: Washed

Tasting Notes: Orange & Cherry

  • Filter

Name: Gujira

Producer:

Origin: Ethiopia

Variety: Heirloom

Process: natural

Tasting Notes: strawberry & raspberry

  • Filter

Name: El Salvador

Producer:  Finca El Naranjito

Origin: El Salvador / Santa Ana

Variety: Bourbon

Process: natural

Altitude: 1400 masl

Tasting Notes: Pink grapefruit & passion fruit

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

You can find more information: https://www.playground-coffee.com/

Fjord coffee roaster

Fjord coffee roaster

October 12, 2020

Good morning Malmö. Monday is here and it is time for coffee. This week we are grinding new beans from Berlin and we would like to present to you this weeks coffee.

Fjord coffee roastery

This is a specialty coffee roastery founded to provide exceptional coffee for you to brew at home, and for cafés wanting to offer their customers memorable coffee drinking experiences.

From sourcing to service, they prioritise quality & honesty. The goal of their roasting process is to draw out the naturally sweet and vibrant taste of the high quality beans they source, while showcasing a variety of regions, processing methods and seasonal specialties. They offer their coffee in a range of quantities and subscription options so there’s something for everyone.


THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso

Name: Okoluu

Producer:  From a small collection of local farmers which form part of the Sookoo Group managed by Ture Waji.

Origin: Guji, Ethiopia

Variety: Serto 74110 / 74112 / Heirloom

Process: Natural

Altitude: 2000 - 2150 masl

Tasting Notes: Wild Strawberry, Jasmine, Peach

  • Filter

Name: Finca Divina

Producer: Roberto Ulloa

Origin: Palo Campana - Santa Ana Volcano

Variety: Red Bourbon

Process: Natural

Altitude: 1600 - 1800 masl

Tasting Notes: Red Apple, Cranberry, Vanilla

  • Filter

Name: Duromina 

Producer:  Duromina cooperative

Origin: Jimma, Ethiopia

Variety: Heirloom

Process: Washed

Altitude: 2000 masl

Tasting Notes: Rose, Vanilla, Peach

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

You can find more information: https://fjord-coffee.de/

Morgon Coffee Roasters

Morgon Coffee Roasters

October 5, 2020

It is a truly good morning here at Djäkne this monday. The month of English coffee roasters is over and we hope you found any coffee you liked. But do not feel down because new week means new coffee right?! It´s time to present to you, an old friend, the roastery of this week...

Morgon Coffee Roasters

This is a small team consisting of Gabriella Runesson, Markus Vestergaard and Christian Gullbrandsson from Gothenburg. According to themself they are not that special. They just work with specialty coffee. It all sounds very serious. Like they are developing secret potions for a very specific crowd, using very specific tools, wearing lab coats and top hats. Luckily, that's not the case. However they feel special. They get to work side by side with inspiring and hard-working producers, baristas and businesses that share our vision to create a unique experience.

THE COFFEE:

  • Espresso

Name: Our Faithful Espresso: Ricardo Tavares

Producer: Ricardo Tavares

Origin:  Chapada de Minas, Brazil

Variety: Yellow Catuai 

Process: Pulped natural

Altitude: 1000 m.a.s.l.

Tasting Notes: Round with notes of dark chocolate and hazelnut

  • Filter

Name: Gilberto Baraona

Producer: Gilberto Baraona

Origin: Usulatan, El Salvador

Variety: Pacamara

Process: Black Honey

Altitude: 1500 m.a.s.l.

Tasting Notes: Elegant and velvety with notes of apricot, peach and carame

  • Filter

Name: Oreti 

Producer: Oreti 

Origin: Thika, Kenya

Variety: SL14, SL28, SL34

Process: Washed 

Altitude: 1585 m.a.s.l.

Tasting Notes: Juicy and sweet with notes of strawberry lemonade and mango

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

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

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/