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Coffee

Impeccable coffee that's been through one hell of a journey!  Planted from seed, scrupulously handpicked, left to dry under the exotic sun, hulled, graded and sorted by machine and hand alike ensuring only the highest quality produce makes the cut, tasted and 'nosed' by bona fide coffee snobs, and roasted by ridiculously expensive specialised machinery.

An everyday essential.


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By Rumble

An old school knock-out of a blend, Shadow Boxer is a dark and mysterious mix of Brazil and Papua New Guinea. The sweet caramel flavours and creamy body wrap up with a powerful, lingering chocolate finish.

BRAZIL FAZENDA BOM JESUS

VARIETAL
Mundo Novo

PROCESS
Natural

Grown in the Alta Mogiana region of Sao Paulo these unique beans are known for their striking aroma, velvety body and long aftertaste.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA TUNGEI ESTATE PEABERRY

VARIETAL
Typica, Blue Mountain

PROCESS
Fully washed

Harvested in the Wahgi Valley region of the Western Highlands by the Tungei tribe, this peaberry packs a punch.

 

 
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By Coffee Bird

Floral aroma, grape acidity, berry sweetness, creamy, rich and smooth.

 

Tade GG is a beautiful estate in Shakiso, Oromia. The owner, Tesfaye Bekele is a trained Agronomist and processes coffee with care and attention. He grows his own coffee trees as well as buying cherries from local farmers. When processing, lots are separated by the altitude at which the coffee trees have grown. Raised drying beds are covered with a black mesh that allows coffee parchment to dry evenly and slowly. The processed coffee parchment is spread very thinly across this mesh and is mixed often to keep the drying process even. Drying coffee is covered with mesh during the peak heat of the day, which prevents the parchment from cracking due to rapid heating. Everything about this estate screams ‘quality‘.


 
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By HiChai

Pounded with love in Footscray by a dear friend of Staple, this is how Chai should be served.

Full of flavour, and all natural spices - a welcome Staple.