At Beankind we feel variety is key to appeal to all our discerning coffee drinkers. Each coffee has been specially selected by us for their unique flavours and aromas, from the South American exotics to the Eastern delights, we've got it covered.
Named Heritage in celebration of our rich history and all things Moray, it seemed only fitting that we should use a coffee in this blend from where it all began. Harvested from the wilds, Ethiopia was the first to consume coffee but as a fruit rather than a beverage.
Harbour Roast is our blend of coffees from South America and Indonesia. Three coffees that we felt compliment each other very well. A well-balanced coffee to be enjoyed any time of the day.
(Organic,RFA) Indonesia, Java (SOLD OUT)
The Ijen Plateau on the island of Java - with its lush forests and fertile land - is perfect for growing exquisite, high altitude Arabica coffee. Java coffee is known everywhere for its high quality, earthy taste, and distinct aroma.
Naturally organic Serrano coffees are shade grown and cultivated under the forest canopy of the Sierra Maestra mountain range. The coffee beans mature slowly, which means they retain a high level of natural sugars and develop a rich, velvety taste.
Sumatra Lintong, Lake Toba
Many of the islands of Indonesia were formed by volcanoes and therefore have rich soil that is ideal for growing coffee. It is no wonder that some of the world’s most famous coffees are grown on the islands of the Malay Archipelago of Indonesia
Oberon is the perfect blend of the three main characteristics found in coffee, acidity, body and sweetness. Altogether this makes a wonderful well-balanced coffee.
Ethiopia is commonly recognised as the birthplace of coffee. The Limu region of Ethiopia is renowned for its good cup, sweet, spicy/winey flavour and balanced body.