Rockstar Coffee Club
€35,00

€70,00 / kg

Whole BeansV60 / KalitaChemexFrench Press

Shipping on the 15th of each month

Are you looking for rare and unusual coffees in your cup? Only rare, unusual beans with exciting processing methods make it into our Rockstar Subscription* - the rockstars among coffees!

Every month, our roasting team selects micro-lots that are roasted exclusively for our Rockstar Subscription and often don't even make it onto the shelf. The coffees are roasted exclusively for filter preparation.

So if you want to try the very rare varieties, processing methods and particularly complex flavor profiles, this subscription is for you.

January | Low-Caf

A discovery of the last few years are the Low-Caf varieties: they naturally contain very little caffeine and are therefore particularly digestible. They are gently invigorating and taste unbelievably much better than ordinary Decaf coffees. This variety naturally contains only about 1.3 - 1.7 % caffeine (in comparison: Decaf: > 0.1| Arabica coffee: 2.4 - 2.6 % | Robusta coffee: approx. 3.4 %) We present the Laurina variety from two different countries. Two exciting and delicious lots found from Costa Rica and Nicaragua.

February | The
 Geisha Classics
The Geisha variety is one of the most prized on the coffee market. Since the legendary auction in which a lot of Hacienda La Esmeralda in Panama fetched a record price, the Geisha variety has been one of the most expensive coffee varieties in the world. This month we have found two lots (Colombia and Costa Rica) for you that have been washed and natural processed respectively. Classic processing for two classic lots. This is what Geisha coffee tastes like!

March | SURPRISE

We are currently in talks with our partners in Origin to find an exceptional lot for you. Stay tuned! It will be extraordinary!


Please note:
- This subscription will be shipped monthly around the 15th: Cut-off is the 15th, 23.59 each month. If you order after that, your coffee will be sent the next month.

- The minimum duration of this subscription is 3 months.

- For this subscription, we work with various farms that may not be long-term partners. Therefore, it may happen that we have to exchange a coffee against the plan because the ship is not on time, or similar. Please understand - you will still get an incomparable coffee in your cup!

LEARN ABOUT THIS COFFEE

If you look at the location of the coffee-growing regions, they extend as a broad coffee belt around the equator. Harvest times in these areas are based on the position of the sun and move from north to south throughout the year. In coffee-growing regions north of the equator, such as Costa Rica, India and Ethiopia, the main coffee harvesting season is between September and December. In coffee-growing countries south of the equator, such as Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, harvesting usually begins in April or May and can last until August. Exceptions are countries like Ecuador, Colombia or Rwanda and Kenya. These growing regions are located directly on the equator and, at the right altitudes, can produce coffee all year round.

The 19grams Roasting Style

Rich, clear in flavour and retaining the sweetness of the coffee cherry. That is the maxim under which we roast. We are always on the lookout for new coffees from all over the world and we are always discovering new coffee farms, but we also keep coming back to our long-time partners and friends. It helps that we are judges in the Cup of Excellence initiative, tasting the truly best coffees in different growing regions every year, but the work doesn't stop there. After selecting the samples, we start with the so-called blind roasting, in which we compare very small quantities at different temperatures and for different durations. Here, many coffees already fall out, but even with our favourites, there is still a lot of testing and tasting to do until we have found a roasting profile that meets our standards of richness, clarity and sweetness.

Bloody Good Filter

Coffee is a fruit - it contains strong acidities. Keeping this in mind, we roast our coffees to develop these acidities but also highlight sweetness. When our roasters develop a flavour profile for a filter coffee they focus on a slightly lower temperature than our Espresso roasts. In our coffees we showcase the natural flavor profile of the distinct varietal but also the terroir of their Origin. To accent sweet tones the we pay special attention to the caramelization during roasting. But this moment is a delicate game: too much caramelization can flatten the complexity of the coffee. With our Filter roasts we aim to accent sweet tones and bright fruity flavours. They will have a tea like texture and velvety mouthfeel.

coffee filter 19grams

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