Colombia Tolima

Tolima

Colombia (region Tolima), filter roast Variety: Caturra i Castillo. Elevation: 1900-2100m a.s.l. Harvest: May-June 2014. Processing: washed. Roast: normal. Packaged: in a protective atmosphere, in recyclable 250g bags. Taste descriptions: juicy coffee, tropical fruit sweetness and grape fruit acidity. Brewing methods: drip (Hario V60, Chemex, Bee House, drip machine etc.), Aeropress, Frenchpress, kokekaffe. Recommended water […]

Added: Friday, 6 March 2015
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Rwanda Kamigeri

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Rwanda (region Nyamagabe), normal roast Variety: Bourbon. Elevation: 1700-2000m a.s.l. Harvest: April-July 2014. Processing: washed. Roast: normal. Packaged: in a protective atmosphere, in recyclable 250g bags. Taste descriptions: Citrus and plums. Very sweet. Brewing methods: drip (Hario V60, Chemex, Bee House, drip machine etc.), Aeropress, Frenchpress, kokekaffe. Recommended water quality: low mineral water (TDS < 200mg/l, […]

Added: Friday, 6 March 2015
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First coffee replacements

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Buesaco (Colombia) and Kianyaga (Kenya) are now sold out, and El Divino Nino espresso is just a few kilos away from being empty as well.  The very first coffees of AUDUN COFFEE were successes. Kianyaga proved to be most popular in Poland, while Buesaco was most popular elsewhere. I have learned that Polish customers want […]

Added: Monday, 16 February 2015
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Lots of positive feedback

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It is great to get positive feedback on the coffee. Here is a link to the blog popularcoffee.pl: http://popularcoffee.pl/zmielone-wypite-polska-audun-coffee-kenia-kianyaga/  

Added: Thursday, 1 January 2015
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What is a “Norwegian roast”?

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Why do I label my roast style “Norwegian roast”? The “Norwegian roast” is a reference to both a style of roasting and a couple of traditional brewing methods. In Norway there has always been a light roasting style, long before the espresso boom came in the years after 1994. When asking for “a coffee” in Norway, […]

Added: Tuesday, 4 November 2014
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Audun Coffee is my new coffee roastery in Poland

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Audun Coffee is my new coffee roastery in Poland,  promoting the Norwegian style of enjoying coffee: a light roast, to optimize the unique characteristics in every bean. The Norwegian style «kokekaffe» (using a pot) and filter are the common brewing methods, endorsed by Audun Coffee as excellent ways to drink good coffee. Coffee is packed […]

Added: Tuesday, 4 November 2014
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