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Sourced from various corners of the globe and delicately roasted in Transylvania, our selection of coffees embodies diversity and reflects a united community that values specialty coffee.

As a roastery, coffee festivals hold significant importance for us. We said yes to the biggest coffee party on earth  The Amsterdam Coffee Festival, and reconnecting with the specialty coffee community once more was exactly what we wished.

We had three days of unique origins, brew talks, industry workshops, and networking with the most professional roasteries.

The Roasters Village was bustling everyday. In the center of the festival atmosphere, epic conversations were flowing. The highlught of the second day was our take-over the La Marzocco bar; we had on the espresso grinder  Ethiopia Gargari Gutity – a truly exceptional and unique experience that encapsulates the rich tapestry of the Gargari Gutity washing station in the heart of the Yirgacheffe coffee region.

In the last day of the festival, we had the honor of hosting Roger from Finca El Placer farm at our coffee bar, where he shared his expertise about the coffee processing methods. It was a privilege to have a representative who understands every aspect of coffee.

Our mission at every festival is clear: to present nothing but our best selections. What sets us apart is our commitment to diversity – whether it’s in tasting notes, farm origins, terroir, or processing methods, we strive to offer a spectrum of flavors and experiences.


Coffee Origins we had on the shop:


1. Columbia Los Nogales Typica

Introducing this Typica coffee from Los Nogales farm in Pitalito, Huila, Colombia. This coffee embodies a rich legacy of passion and perseverance. Founded by Ricaurte Hernandez, whose tragic loss in 2013 spurred his son, Oscar, to continue the family’s commitment to excellence.

Tasting Notes: Mango, Dark cherry, Banana liqueur, Blackberry, Red plums


2. Ethiopia Gargari Gutity

Ethiopia Gargari Gutity coffee, a truly exceptional and unique experience that encapsulates the rich tapestry of the Gargari Gutity washing station in the heart of the Yirgacheffe coffee region.

Tasting notes: White flowers, Nectarines, Tropical fruits, Grapes, Wine


3. Brazilia Fazenda Guariroba | Arara

Enter the captivating tale of Fazenda Guariroba, a coffee deeply entrenched in the 19th-century roots when patriarch João Ferreira Carneiro cultivated sweet grains in the fertile soil of Santo Antônio do Amparo. This rich legacy spans five generations, finding its zenith in the hands of Homero Aguiar Paiva.

Tasting Notes: Herbal, White grapes, Guava, Tangerine, Currant


4. Colombia El Placer Pink Bourbon

The “El Placer” Farms Project begins with the farmer Sebastian Ramirez who is a 4th generation coffee producer in his family.

This coffee is Pink Bourbon variety, and the processing method is extended anaerobic fermentation.

Tasting Notes: White Flowers, Mango, Pineapple, Apricot jam, Candy


5. Ninety Plus | Gesha Sake

Welcome to the realm of Ninety Plus Coffee, where innovation, precision and unparalleled flavor converge. We present a journey that begins at the enchanting Gesha Estates in Panama, culminating in the extraordinary Gesha Criolic coffee – a true masterpiece that reflects the essence of Ninety Plus’ commitment to excellence.


Tasting Notes: Violets, Blackberries, Blueberries, Sake


6. Columbia Bella Alejandria Gesha Spirit

Wilder Lasso is a new coffee lover! He came to be a coffee producer not long ago since 2017 when he came to help his father at his Farm El Diviso in the mountains of San Adolfo. This Gesha it’s one of the jewels of Wilder’s farm, thanks to the complete mastery he has with the washing process!

Tasting Notes: White flowers, Lemongrass, Honeydew melon, Mango, Apricots


7. Brazil Fazenda Guariroba | Gesha

In the region of Santo Antonio de Amparo, Vale das Vertentes, the delicate climate is ideal for coffee production. The Fazenda Guariroba farm, which is under the care of the farmer Gabriel Lamounier Viera, is located at an altitude of 1100m.

Tasting notes: Lemongrass, Lemon candy, Aromatic herbs, Eucalyptus.


8. Colombia El Placer Wush Wush

The “El Placer” Farms Project is innovative due to the use of yeasts and lactic bacteria cultivated by their fermentation team, which provided unique characteristics in the cups: Aroma, Fragrance, Acidity, and Body.

The tasting notes include: melon, tropical fruits, lemon candy, lemongrass and magnolia.


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