Regional Coffees 

Our Regional Coffees represent what we believe to be great expressions of the qualities and flavours associated with the Single Origin Coffee's local growing environment, the processing methods used and the commitment to quality of our producing partners.

Regional Coffee, $7.50

Heza, Burundi

The meticulous processing at Heza involves hand-sorting cherries for ripeness, double fermentation with similarities to Kenyan processing, and a unique "footing" process for parchment, akin to wine production. The high altitude, moderate climate, and proximity to Kibira contribute to the exceptional quality of coffee produced. In this cup, we taste Blackcurrant, Plum, Blackberry.

Regional Coffee, $7.50

Aricha, Ethiopia

Aricha, located in the Yirgacheffe district of Gedeo, is a notably small region often referred to as a kebele, a type of municipality. Its reputation is rooted in the cool climate and breathtaking landscape, and Aricha's washed coffees are widely esteemed for their vibrant, floral, and diverse flavour profiles. In this cup, we taste Candy Lime, Tangerine, Toffee.

UnCommon Coffees

Our UnCommon Coffees take things a step further, exploring unique varietals, experimental processing methods and high scoring micro-lot coffees with the aim of introducing new ways of experiencing coffee and satisfying the adventurous among us.

UNCOMMON COFFEE, $8.50

Mae Suai Sirinya

The cherries then dry on raised beds until 15% moisture content to preserve acidity and complexity. After that, the cherries dry at a slower rate in a moisture-controlled room, reaching between 10% and 12%. This delayed drying stage imparts sweetness and body to the coffee. In this cup, we taste Passionfruit, Loquat Pear, Milk Chocolate.

UNCOMMON COFFEE, $8.50

Mae Chedi, Thailand

The Chiang Mai coffee varietal, a disease-resistant hybrid, is an accessible local cultivar designed for ease of cultivation and better quality compared to its more common relatives, such as the Catimor. Its genetics include a Caturra and Timor hybrid crossed with SL28, a prized Kenyan varietal known for high-quality fruit expressions. In this cup, we taste Mulberry, Stonefruit, White Tea.