Bird Watcher - Espresso
Brazil, Ethiopia and Guatemala
Fruit Cake, Strawberry, Rose Water
Our first seasonal blend, and our first coffee blend not featuring any Kenyan coffee. Looking to create a blend that can be easily distinguished from Sukari and Nusu, we experimented with many different roast profiles and beans. Consists of a lighter roasted natural Ethiopian, medium roasted natural Brazil, and a darker roasted washed Guatemalan.
Bird Watcher is best used for espresso, stove top, aeropress or plunger brew styles.
Behind the Beans
Wake up dream big applies to every area of our business model and bean farming is no exception. Why source from a third party when we can be on the ground, in direct contact with the farmers? This is the only way to ensure two vital things: bean quality, and ethical sourcing. When we say ethical, we mean it: fairly paid farmers, a sustainable supply chain and a local team that we actively invest in and treat like family. We are fastidious about every step of the process, which means you can expect the *best* cup of coffee, every time. We control the entire process from farm to cup for two reasons: quality and consistency. All our beans are roasted in house at our Ringwood location and sourced from farms that we are directly connected to – ensuring the best brew, every time.