Frequently Asked Questions

Got questions about artisan coffee and our process? We've got answers.


What is artisan roasted coffee?

Artisan-roasted coffee refers to beans roasted in small batches, ensuring meticulous attention to detail and quality. This method often brings out the unique flavours and characteristics of each bean.

How is artisan roasting different from commercial roasting?

While commercial roasting often involves large batches and standardised profiles for mass production, artisan roasting focuses on smaller batches, allowing for a more personalised approach to bring out the best in each bean.

How should I store my artisan roasted coffee to maintain its freshness?

Store your coffee in an airtight container at room temperature, away from direct sunlight, moisture, and strong odours. It's best to consume it within 2-4 weeks for optimal flavour.

What grind size should I use for my brewing method?

The grind size depends on your brewing method. For instance, a French press requires a coarse grind, while espresso calls for a fine grind. Always grind just before brewing for the best flavour.

Where do the coffee beans come from?

Our beans are sourced from various regions around the world, each known for their unique flavour profiles. We work closely with Producers to ensure sustainable and ethical practices.

How soon after roasting is the coffee shipped?

We ship our coffee within a few days of roasting to ensure you receive the freshest beans possible. This ensures optimal flavour when you brew.

What's the best way to brew artisan roasted coffee?

While there's no one-size-fits-all answer, using clean, filtered water and ensuring the right water-to-coffee ratio is crucial. Experiment with different methods like pour-over, French press, or espresso to find your preferred taste.

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