New roasts and new coffee bean origins are now in at ArtistryCoffee.co.uk
We have a Brazilian bean Fazenda Rio Brilhante from the Carrado Mineirio region grown at c1050m in a large coffee farm established about 30 years ago in an area brought to life by clear bright waters – Rio Brilhante.
With taste notes of Strawberry Bubblegum, Lime and Cream Soda this one mixes smooth sweetness with a sharper edge!
Also new is Altos De Erapuca from the slopes of the second highest mountain in Honduras situated at 1300 to 1360m, from younger coffee trees and using a well constructed drying process mixing natural drying and controlled temperature mixed drying of the beans to regulate moisture and.
This bean has taste notes of Baked Pear, Vanilla, and Cacao – so a smoother taste overall is to be expected.
An updated roast of Finca La Senda is also now available, alongside the option of some of the older roast still (at a reduced price). These beans are from high up in the volcanic Guatemalan region of Acantenango. From a smaller farm, and mixing the characheristics associated with coffee from this are – sweet flavours, bright acidity and good body.
Our price policy on coffee beans is to reduce the cost of the beans for every month after roasting if we still have stock. We aim to have a mix of new roasts and older roasts in stock, depending whether your priority is your pocket or the recency of roast.
Degradation is kept to a minimum with a one-way valve so as well as being kept away from light, and heat, the beans are also kept away from exposure to air.
Our coffees have a story of origin, and also a story of social responsibility: Being roasted as part of a project which aims to reduce reoffending rates by offering some young people in Aylesbury Young Offenders Institute the opportunity to learn about coffee. This includes training as competition quality baristas, and under the tutorship of a Head Roaster to learn about the art and science of coffee roasting.
Take a look at the range of coffee beans at: ArtistryCoffee.co.uk