House Blend

We fill your cup with pure and fresh coffee selected from the world’s finest varieties.

To make a great espresso, latte, cappuccino or americano: start with a very fine grind, high-pressure espresso machine, fresh cold water and enthusiastic taste buds. Not just for espresso machines! Try House Blend in your French Press or coffee maker for a smooth, creamy cup of coffee.


Single Origin Coffee

Region: Yellow Bourbon

Growing Altitude: 1100 - 1350 meters

Milling Process: Pulped Natural

Body: Heavy

Acidity: Gentle citrus-like acidity

Cup Characteristics: Maple syrup, soft lemon, nutmeg and brown sugar with a hint of green grapes.

Roast level: High

Region: South India – Karnataka, Western Ghats

Growing Altitude: 1100-1200 meters

Milling Process: Monsooned

Body: Medium

Acidity: Medium

Cup Characteristics: Spicy, earthy, smoky, tobacco notes, wood notes

Roast level: Medium-high

Region: Tarrazú

Growing Altitude: 1200-1800 meters

Milling Process: Washed

Body: Round

Acidity: Citrusy&Bright

Cup Characteristics: Fragrant, flavor, apricot&citrus

Roast level: Medium-high


Nearing the end of the 1990’s, and no doubt due to a small underground vein of hardcore coffee brewing fanatics on the internet, the siphon pot began to rise in popularity. In recent history specialist coffee brewers have been featuring the siphon pot as one of if not their favorite methods for brewing. Today there are many varieties of siphon pots out there with many options to suit the needs of any coffee fanatic.


Pour over is a rather old method. In 1908, Melitta Bentz found that percolators were inefficient brewing devices, often either over or under extracting grounds. Hario V60 was first introduced in 2005 and has been overwhelmingly well adopted by coffee shops since then.
The V in V60 refers to the shape of the dripper, 60 refers to the angle of the fins inside it. The fins are meant to keep the filter from touching the wall of the dripper. The coffee you get from a Hario V60 is infinitely richer than from regular drippers. The result consists in a wonderful cup of coffee that I found overall smoother and less acidic than most other methods.


American chemist Peter Schlumbohm (1896-1962) invented the Chemex brewer and it was released by the Chemex Corporation in 1942. This was during a time when 64% of all household coffee was made using a percolator.
The Chemex brews coffee using the infusion method, which makes it most similar to drip coffee in terms of body and taste. Chemex filters are 20-30% thicker than those used by other pour over methods such as the Hario. The result is a slower brew and a richer cup of coffee. Although not as rich as the French press, the Chemex does produce a sediment free cup of coffee that will impress anyone used to the weaker taste of most auto-drip coffee machines.


The AeroPress is a device for brewing coffee. It was invented in 2005 by Alan Adler. Since its introduction the AeroPress has become a much beloved brewer for serious coffee lovers and coffee professionals around the world.
The AeroPress coffee maker is a new kind of coffee press that brews coffee under ideal conditions: proper temperature, total immersion, and rapid filtering. This results in amazingly delicious coffee with a wide range of beautiful flavors but without bitterness and with very low acidity.

French Press

A French press, also known as a cafetière, сafetière à piston, Cafeteria, press pot, coffee press, or coffee plunger, is a coffee brewing device patented by Italian designer Attilio Calimani in 1929.The French Press is a low tech portable coffee brewing method. A cylindrical pot with a plunger and built-in filter screen that presses hot water through ground coffee: that’s the simple beauty of the French press, method of choice for many the world over, creating an earthy, rich taste in the cup.
In the same way as coffee, a French press can also be used in place of a tea infuser to brew loose tea.