Another couple of new coffees are in:

Originating Countries for current Artistry Coffee Beans

We have 2 new coffees just in, as well as some new roasts of coffees that we have stocked for a while.

The new Blanca Rosa Melgar is another Honduran coffee again contributing 50p from each bag to the Honduran Relief Fund – helping the areas hit by storms Eta and Iota in November 2020. The taste notes of these beans are for cherry liqueur, pomegrante and cacao – so something a little different perhaps! The coffee is sourced from a 6 hectare farm at 1250 meters in the mountainous Celaque area to the west of the country. Named after the farm owner, this coffee is farmed organically as Blanca and her husband Arturo refuse to apply chemicals to the land.

Our other new coffee is La Naranja from Peru. It originates from 3 small farms in the northern Andes region of Cajamarca, Peru – careful farming methods are used to encourage the quality and yield of the crops. This coffee is from c1800 meters and has taste notes of green apple, raisin, and clove.

At Artistry Coffee we offer multi-buy discounts when you purchase more than one bag, and we reduce the prices on older roasts too.

We have coffee beans – or ground coffee – available.

Currently there are single-origin coffees from Peru, Ecuador, Honduras, Colombia, Ethiopia, and Guatemala. As well as our regular Aylesbury Blend.

The story of the Redemption Roasters project underpins all our coffees.
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Artistry Coffee Origins

Originating Countries for current Artistry Coffee Beans

Our Fiallos coffee from Honduras has the story of a man who gradually saved enough money to buy a small parcel of land to grow coffee, and has managed to add other parcels of land to eventually create a viable buisness. He now also advises and assists other coffee producers. With each bag of Fiallos coffee, 50p goes to the Honduran Relief fund helping with the aftermath of the Nov 2020 storms.

Another coffee is Altos De Saraguallas from Ecuador – which is produced by a collective of smallholders in the Loja region of Ecuador.  See if you detect the taste notes of Glace Cherries, Cantaloupe, Lemon Drops.

Our coffee pricing offers multi-buy discounts when you purchase more than one bag, and we discount older roasts. So if we have some spare bags from a previous roast you can choose to buy the most recent roast, or a previous roast at a discount.

We have coffee beans – or ground coffee bags – available.

The story of the Redemption Roasters project underpins all our coffees.

New Arrivals at ArtistryCoffee.co.uk

There’s some lovely products to help you craft delicious coffee at home. We’ve recently widened our range of hand grinders so you can have fresh ground coffee for each cup you make. Starting with beans is always a really good idea as you’ll have fresher coffee.

There are some really precision items, compact, and some in more traditional style. Take a look at the range.

The Hario Coffee Mill Dome is a really stylish classic grinder, the Skerton a well proven roadworthy design, the Hario Mini Slim PRO is an enhanced update on an old friend, the Smart G a compact and clever new design, and the Hario Prism one of the neatest hand grinders we’ve seen.

All are adjustable – so whether you’re after a fine espresso grind or a coarse grind for cafetiere and anything in between you can experiment with a grinders settings till you get things just as you need.

Check out the full range of hand grinders we have and set yourself off on a journey to fresher coffee…!!


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New Roasts are in

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

 

Carranza Carrasco Peru :: Ethical Coffee Beans

Carranza Carrasco Peru coffee beans

With taste notes of peach, champagne, and juicy citrus the Carranza Carrasco coffee sounds quite different.

Grown at 1800m in the Santo Tomas area of Cutervo, Peru the small farm is in an isolated area but has a situation on a parcel of land that has ideal conditions.

Following processing the coffee is dried on tarpaulin laid out on patios.

Redemption Roasters are based in Aylesbury Young Offenders Prison with a mission to help reduce re-offending rates by skilling up the young people to help them find jobs and reintegrate into society. Small batches of beans are expertly roasted led by a Head Roaster and Assistant Roaster who train the young people in professional roasting skills and competition-level barista skills. So not only is the coffee ethically sourced but the roasting process is socially responsible too.

Finca La Senda Guatemala :: Ethical Coffee Beans

Finca La Senda beans from Guatemala

From high in the hills of Guatemala, in the volcanic Acatenago region is situated a 27 hectare coffee farm Finca La Senda.

Between 1,550m to 1,970m altitude the caturra and bourbon varieties are grown on a farm established in the 1940s.

The region climate and soils naturally promote sweet flavours, brigh acidity and good body. Experimental processes and prolongued fermentations bring in additional flavours such as the blackcurrant and black grape highlighted in the taste notes.

Redemption Roasters are based in Aylesbury Young Offenders Prison with a mission to help reduce re-offending rates by skilling up the young people to help them find jobs and reintegrate into society.  Small batches of beans are expertly roasted led by a Head Roaster and Assistant Roaster who train the young people in professional roasting skills and competition-level barista skills. So not only is the coffee ethically sourced but the roasting process is socially responsible too.

Order Finca La Senda online at artistrycoffee.co.uk or pop-in to buy a bag of beans at our Duck Farm Court location in Station Way West in Aylesbury (HP20 2SQ – near Morrisons).

Coffee Beans – Mchana Peaberry :: Kiambu region Kenya

Mchana Kenya Coffee Beans

With taste notes of Morello Cherry, Candied Lemon, Maple Syrup and complex, you know you’re in for a taste experience with these beans – and it’s no wonder.

From the Kiambu region in Kenya where there is a long history of coffee production, there is a good quality reputation from the Mchana Estate situated around 1700m.

Peaberry is generally a finer sweeter crop – where the coffee cherry has developed only one more rounded bean leading to more concentrated nutrient content.

Order Mchana online at artistrycoffee.co.uk or pop-in to buy a bag of beans at our Duck Farm Court location in Station Way West in Aylesbury (HP20 2SQ – near Morrisons).

Redemption Roasters are based in Aylesbury Young Offenders Prison with a mission to help reduce re-offending rates by skilling up the young people to help them find jobs and reintegrate into society.  Small batches of beans are expertly roasted led by a Head Roaster and Assistant Roaster who train the young people in professional roasting skills and competition-level barista skills. So not only is the coffee ethically sourced but the roasting process is socially responsible too.

Beans from the Santa Barbara Estate – Finca San Pascual (Colombia)

Redemption Roasters coffee beans - Santa Barbara Colombia

The  beans sourced and roasted by Redemption Roasters are recommended best used as a filter – but you can always experiment to your own taste.

Grown at 1500m to 1800m in Colombia, this coffee is described as sparkling, tropical, honeydew melon taste notes. We can’t wait to try it!

These beans are derived from a deep rooted coffee growing tradition in volcanic soils with attention to every stage of production which has fostered a research initiative to ensure that coffee growing and processing is to the highest standards.

Try Santa Barbara coffee beans from Colombia and see if they sparkle for you!

Order them online at artistrycoffee.co.uk or pop-in to buy a bag of beans at our Duck Farm Court location in Station Way West in Aylesbury (HP20 2SQ – near Morrisons).

Redemption Roasters are based in Aylesbury Young Offenders Prison with a mission to help reduce re-offending rates by skilling up the young people to help them find jobs and reintegrate into society.  Small batches of beans are expertly roasted led by a Head Roaster and Assistant Roaster who train the young people in professional roasting skills and competition-level barista skills. So not only is the coffee ethically sourced but the roasting process is socially responsible too.

San Pedro Necta (Guatemala) Coffee Beans from Redemption Roasters

Redemption Roasters Speciality Coffee available at Artistry Coffee

The high mountains of Guatemala near the town of San Pedro Necta is the location of the farm Finca La Providencia – the origin of the San Pedro Necta beans now in stock at Artistry Coffee in Duck Farm Court, Aylesbury or online at artistrycoffee.co.uk.

The farm elevation is between 1550 and 1900 meters – and an important advantage in the production of very high quality coffee.

Several springs across the area bringing abundant water resources.

The farm has passed through three generations who know the region well and are dedicated coffee producers so they take measure to help preserve the local ecology and prevent soil washing down the steep inclines.

Coffee cherries are selectively hand harvesting and eco pulped with Penagos pulpers, reducing the impact of wet processing. Post-pulping and removal of mucilage ( a slippery substance surrounding the bean) the coffee is dried on the farms patios, or in wet weather in the farms guardiolas at a slow and even temperature.

The coffee variety is Caturra from Huehuetenango region (Guatemala) and is processed with the washed method for a cleaner and brighter coffee.

TASTE NOTES are : Dark Chocolate, Black Cherry, Walnut.

This bean is recommended for best use making espresso.

Redemption Roasters coffee beans are now in stock!

Redemption Roasters available at Artistry Coffee

At Artistry Coffee we’ve been on a journey discovering more about coffee for a few years.

As part of our own home move into the Aylesbury Vale area recently we also reviewed our coffee supply and managed to connect with a great project based in Aylesbury Young Offenders Institute – which we first heard about at London Coffee Festival 3 years ago.

The project, run by Redemption Roasters as part of a Ministry of Justice initiative, aims to help reduce reoffending rates by providing real skills for young offenders – training them upto competition quality in barista skills. The hope is that on release they may have an opportunity to find work and Redemption have assisted in placing some young people from this project in their own coffee shops too.

Aylesbury Prison is also the location of a high quality coffee roastery where the young offenders can learn about the art & science of roasting coffee beans under the expert tuition of the Head Roaster.

We’ve been excited to not only support this project but also to upgrade our coffee supply in the process, with expertly roasted single origin coffee beans from know locations.

Redemption Roasters Speciality Coffee available at Artistry Coffee
Redemption Roasters speciality coffee beans now available at Artistry Coffee

 

 

 

 

 

 

The latest roasts are now in:
We’re highlighting a bean and roast more suitable for espresso:
SAN PEDRO NECTA (Guatemala)

and one more suitable for filter and pour-over coffee making:
ESTRELLA NARANJO (Costa Rica)

there’s also a blend most suitable for espresso:
AYLESBURY BLEND

We also have some Nespresso compatible Redemption Roasters’ Coffee Pods – OSCAR ONE.