Blekinge specialty coffee

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Blekinge specialty coffee

Alright! Hey people, had a good weekend? So November is here and time really flies right. So a new month means a new roastery with new beans!!! Are you excited? For this month we are bringing you beans from a Swedish roastery so with no further ado…

THE ROASTERY

As a roaster of specialty coffee, Blekinge roastery strives for the best taste, more knowledge, the best quality and an environmentally friendly treatment of the coffee from the field all the way to your cup. That’s why they like to call their coffee the Coffee for the Future. 

Every year they look for the best coffee from different countries and try to make sure the coffee has a roasting that develops the flavors in the very best way. Each roasting is logged with a computer program. Evaluating / cupping each roasted batch and comparing with the roasting profiles makes it possible for them to always develop and become better at roasting coffee.

Prizes / awards 1st place Swedish Coffee Roasting Champion 2017 4th place World Coffee Roasting Championship 2017, Guangzhou, China 2nd place Swedish Coffe Roasting Championship 2019

THE COFFEE

  • Espresso

Name: Espresso Blend Organic 

Origin: Peru, Colombia and Indonesia

Tasting Notes: Lots of body, very tasty, low acidity

  • Espresso
  • Name: Santa Rita natural

    Producer:  Filomena Estefânia de Mattos Couto

    Origin: Central Mattos – Santa Rita, Cerrado Mineiro, Brasilien

    Variety: Topazio

    Process: Natural

    Altitude:  975 m.a.s.l

    Tasting Notes: Fresh, sweet and well balanced. Chocolate, caramel, lime and nuts.

    • Filter

    Name: Hiwari A+. Yemen Mocha

    Producer: Khulani Coffee Society

    Origin: Saada, Khulan Amer District, YEMEN

    Variety:  Audani, Dawaery, Tuffahi

    Process: Natural

    Tasting Notes: Sweet, lots of body, nutty.

    • Filter

    Name: Mutura Estate, Embu, Kenya

    Producer: Madame Jane

    Origin: Mutura Estate, Embu, Kenya

    Variety: SL 28, SL 34, Ruiru 11.

    Process: Washed

    Altitude: 1520 m.a.s.l

    Tasting Notes:

    • Filter

    Name: Colombia Excelso, Sierra Nevada

    Producer: cooperative in Colombia

    Origin:  Magdalena, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, north Colombia

    Variety: Caturra, Typica

    Process: Washed and sun-dried

    Altitude: 1200 m.a.s.l.

    Tasting Notes: Fresh, red berries, chocolate

    • Filter

    Name: Ethiopia Guji Grade 1 Dimtu Tero Farm – Organic

    Producer: Getachew Zekele

    Origin: Ethiopia Guji Grade 1 Dimtu Tero Farm – Organic

    Variety: Heirloom

    Process: Washed

    Altitude: 1800-2100 m.a.s.l

    Tasting Notes: Sweet, fruity, floral, creamy, fresh, jasmine, strawberry, raspberry

    THE SPECIAL COFFEE

    • Filter

    Name: Las Margaritas 26, El Cedral, Santa Maria de Dota, Tarrazú, Costa Rica.

    Producer: Emmanuel Solis

    Origin: Las Margaritas 26, El Cedral, Santa Maria de Dota, Tarrazú, Costa Rica.

    Variety: Geisha

    Process: Natural

    Altitude: 1550-2100 ma.s.l

    Tasting Notes: Sweet, lots of body, floral, fruity, clean.

    • Filter

    Name:  Finca Inés, San Isigro de Grecia Costa Rica. CoopeAgri.

    Producer: Mario Sibaja Pérez

    Origin:  Finca Inés, San Isigro de Grecia Costa Rica. CoopeAgri.

    Variety: Geisha

    Process: Washed

    Altitude: 1600-1800 m.a.s.l

    Tasting Notes: Clean, well-balanced, floral, fruity, smooth.

    • Filter

    Name: Santa Rita natural

    Producer:  Filomena Estefânia de Mattos Couto

    Origin: Central Mattos – Santa Rita, Cerrado Mineiro, Brasilien

    Variety: Topazio

    Process: Natural

    Altitude:  975 m.a.s.l

    Tasting Notes: Fresh, sweet and well balanced. Chocolate, caramel, lime and nuts.

    Tasting Notes: Fresh, sweet and well balanced. Chocolate, caramel, lime and nuts.

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

    Find more information: https://blekinge.coffee/