Thanks to the long-lasting relationships we have developed with farmers, we have the distinct advantage to buy fresh, sustainable coffee directly (often exclusively) from selected farms.
From the South American farms of Brazil (Ipanema Coffees) and Colombia, to the Central American countries of Costa Rica, El Salvador and Guatemala, all the way to Ethiopia, Kenya and to the most remote places of Uganda and Congo.
Once we bring our coffees all across the world to Greece, we make sure they are tested thoroughly before roasting, resting and handling them carefully in our closely monitored microclimate warehouses.
We then combine our great expertise and sophisticated technology with intensive quality control and multiple cupping evaluations to ensure every batch of coffee that leaves our warehouse is extraordinary.
We make sure to give you a honest evaluation and review of our coffee’s flavor potential, roasting the coffee beans with diverse profiles, prioritizing taste over color and delivering the coffee within just a few days from roasting to ensure freshness.
Coffee Grind Guide
We can offer you 4 different grind types for our coffees.
- Whole beans – So you can grind the coffee as you prefer
- Espresso Grind – Fine grind for all kinds of home/professional espresso machines and Moka pots.
- Filter grind for V60/Chemex – Medium grind for drip coffee techniques like V60 dripper, Clever Dripper and Chemex coffee makers.
- Filter grind for French press – Coarse grind (as chunky sea salt) for French Press cafetières and home type French filter machines.
Keep in mind that no type of grind is the absolute ‘right’ grind. The grind types we offer use mainstream majority estimates.
All the variables matter – the coffee grams you use, the temperature of water, the volume of water, the method of extraction and the pour over technique. We strongly recommend that you tamper with all these variables and experiment until you find your ideal taste profile.