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Hi there,

We’re a Father’s coffee roastery. Specialty coffee from Ostrava, Czech Republic.

 

And this is BOMBE!

Asefa Dukamo has been a coffee producer for over 27 years and now is gettering over 300 farmers in Bombe, Sidamo. He is a man with much knowledge and enthusiasm for a better future. Not only for that reason he uses special dry fermentation for this particular coffee, which uses a lot less water and brings jasmine aroma, bergamot acidity, notes of black tea, peaches, and amazing finish of honey cake to your cup. 

Father’s recipe.

  • V60 01 dripper
  • 15g of ground coffee
  • First pour 50g water, 30 sec. bloom
  • Second pour – 200g water in 45 sec.
  • Total brew time 3:00 min.

BOMBE

Country: Ethiopia
Region: Bensa District, Sidamo Region
Processing station: Daye Bensa
Altitude: 2000 – 2400 m.a.s.l.
Varietal: Ethiopian Heirloom Varietals
Processing: Washed

Taste: jasmine, bergamot, black tea, honey cake

Two things in particular are typical for Ethiopian coffee – community processing stations and several hundred to thousands of small farmers who bring their cherries for processing.
The Bombe processing station, located north of Shantawene village and part of the Daye Bensa Coffee company, is no exception.
Farmers who supply coffee to this processing station grow it high in the mountains and lush green vegetation of the mountains called Bombe, hence the name of the washing station.
The Bombe processing station is very successful in its region thanks to its excellent organization and progressive approach to processing and ecology, and is therefore widely used by producers from other nearby areas.

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     15.23 45.74

    Country: Peru
    Region: El Diamante, Jaen
    Processing station: El Diamante
    Altitude: 1700 – 1900 m.a.s.l.
    Varietal: Caturra
    Processing: Washed
    Taste: Cashew nuts, cane sugar, green apple

    Jaen is a city and region located high in the jungle of far northern Peru. El Diamante is a sub-region of Jaen, but uniquely located close to the city, making it ideal for the coffee trade. El Diamante also has an ideal climate for growing from 1700 to 1900 m above sea level, has many sources of fresh water and protected forests that maintain a thriving natural environment.

     

  •  15.97 47.90

    Country: Colombia
    Region: Cauca
    Processing stationSiruma coffee
    Altitude: 1600 – 2000 m.a.s.l
    Variety: Castillo, Caturra
    Processing: Washed – sugar cane decaf
    Taste: almonds in sugar, black tea, apricots and peaches 

    We have been looking for decaffeinated coffee for a long time. For decaffeinated coffee which would meet all the parameters of specialty coffee. The priority for us was the natural process of caffeine removal in combination with an excellent taste profile.
    In the end, after a search among coffees from South America and Africa, we succeeded. We would like to introduce you to decaffeinated coffee from producers from the small Colombian town of Argelia.

  •  12.35 37.01

    Country: Brazil
    Region: Poços de Caldas
    Precessing station: Barra Estate
    Altitide: 950 – 1300 m.a.s.l.
    Varietal: Yellow Catuaí and Mundo Nova
    Procesing: pulped natural
    Taste: dark chocolate, plums, red wine

  •  15.97 47.90

    Country: Peru
    Region: El Diamante
    Precessing station: Falcon coffees Peru Warehouse
    Altitude: 1900 m.a.s.l.
    Varietal: Yellow Catuaí, Caturra
    Processing: washed
    Taste: Mango Lassi, dried figs, floral aroma and apple acidity

    Peru is the rising star of the world of specialty coffee. Slowly but surely, it is becoming a regular part of the menu of coffee roasters around the world. We are no exception. The great taste profiles of beans from this country, their increasing quality from year to year, and a meaningful partnership with Falcon coffee in the El Diamante area, are the reasons why we are increasing the number of coffees from this South American country in our offer.
    Lot # 5 from farmer Roger Chilcón is our second coffee from Peru this year. You can look forward to a cup full of tropical fruits and syrup sweets.

     

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    Country: Brazil
    Region: Tres Pontas, Sul de Minas
    Precessing station: Rancho Grande
    Altitude: 950 m.a.s.l.
    Varietal: Acaia
    Processing: dry
    Taste: Cocoa, black currant, chamomile, red apple

    We always try to find coffees with a solid and exciting taste profile for our offer of beans. Although Brazil generally pays for a country where coffee tastes like coffee, we have managed to buy part of the harvest from the Rancho Grande farm from their Manga Larga project.
    You can look forward to an extraordinary taste that you rarely meet in Brazilian coffee. Distinctive tones of black currant, raspberry, dark chocolate, cocoa, cane sugar, and chamomile, along with a subtle acidity of a red apple.

     

  •  17.45 52.28

    Country: Bolivia
    Area: Caranavi
    Processing station: Buena Vista
    Altitude: 1710 m.a.s.l.
    Variety: Bourbon
    Processing: Washed
    Taste profile: nectarine, lime, chamomile, milk chocolate

    The El Floripondo farm is one of the more recently planted farms in the Samaipata area in Santa Cruz. The Rodriguez family has been experimenting with cultivating specialty grade coffee in a region not known for coffee production historically.
    Due to its high altitude, tropical microclimate, and unique soil type, Floripondio is the ideal location for experimenting with different varieties. Over 50 varieties have been planted on the farm to discover which is best suited to this particular terroir.
    The farm gets its unusual name from the Floripondio trees native to the area. Roughly meaning ‘angel’s trumpets,’ the trees are believed to possess some hallucinogenic properties. Legend believes that sleeping beneath these trees induces heavy and vivid dream states.
    Fittingly, the farm itself is so beautiful that those who have visited described its beauty as being as if from a dream.

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    Country: Bolivia
    Area: Caranavi
    Processing station: Buena Vista
    Altitude: 1710 m.a.s.l.
    Variety: Caturra
    Processing: Anaerobic
    Taste profile: plum pie, orange flower, red apple

    The El Floripondo farm is one of the more recently planted farms in the Samaipata area in Santa Cruz. The Rodriguez family has been experimenting with cultivating specialty grade coffee in a region not known for coffee production historically.
    Due to its high altitude, tropical microclimate, and unique soil type, Floripondio is the ideal location for experimenting with different varieties. Over 50 varieties have been planted on the farm to discover which is best suited to this particular terroir.
    The farm gets its unusual name from the Floripondio trees native to the area. Roughly meaning ‘angel’s trumpets,’ the trees are believed to possess some hallucinogenic properties. Legend believes that sleeping beneath these trees induces heavy and vivid dream states.
    Fittingly, the farm itself is so beautiful that those who have visited described its beauty as being as if from a dream.

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    Country: Brazil
    Region: Carmo De Cachoeira, Sul De Minas
    Processing station: Cocatrel Direct micro mill
    Altitude: 900-1100 m above sea level
    Variety: mix of varieties
    Processing: dry
    Taste profile:

     

    Our CAFEINA is a daily guarantee of stable espresso with low acidity. With our composition and roasting, we try to always taste sweet, with notes of chocolate, nuts, and marzipan.

    You will prepare a pleasant cup of coffee from it, which everyone will enjoy. It is suitable both for cafes looking for a simpler espresso and for easy preparation at home or at work. We also recommend it for your automatic espresso machines.

    We are currently roasting coffee from producers of the Caixa de Fruta region.

     

  •  15.23 45.74

    Country: Peru
    Region: El Diamante, Jaen
    Processing station: El Diamante
    Altitude: 1700 – 1900 m.a.s.l.
    Varietal: Caturra
    Processing: Washed
    Taste: Cashew nuts, cane sugar, green apple

    Jaen is a city and region located high in the jungle of far northern Peru. El Diamante is a sub-region of Jaen, but uniquely located close to the city, making it ideal for the coffee trade. El Diamante also has an ideal climate for growing from 1700 to 1900 m above sea level, has many sources of fresh water and protected forests that maintain a thriving natural environment.

     

  •  12.35 37.01

    Origin: Ethiopia and Honduras
    Region: Guji and Celaque Mountains
    Processing station: Jiratamo coffee and Aruco cooperative
    Altitude: 2100 m.a.s.l. and 1000 – 1600 m.a.s.l.
    Varietal: Ethiopian Heirloom varieties and Lempira
    Processing: Ethiopia: washed, Honduras: washed
    Taste: Full creamy body, marzipan sweetness and floral aroma

    Full creamy body, marzipan sweetness and floral aroma. You can expect all this from our espresso blend Mother Ship. It will be a pleasure to work with it both in the cafe and at home. It is a great base for your milk drinks, but at the same time it will not disappoint any fan of pure espresso.
    It is a mixture of two coffees from countries with completely different taste profiles – Honduras and Ethiopia. Both coffees bring the best of their origins to the cup and together they create a wonderfully balanced taste that lacks nothing.

  •  15.97 47.90

    Country: Colombia
    Region: Cauca
    Processing stationSiruma coffee
    Altitude: 1600 – 2000 m.a.s.l
    Variety: Castillo, Caturra
    Processing: Washed – sugar cane decaf
    Taste: almonds in sugar, black tea, apricots and peaches 

    We have been looking for decaffeinated coffee for a long time. For decaffeinated coffee which would meet all the parameters of specialty coffee. The priority for us was the natural process of caffeine removal in combination with an excellent taste profile.
    In the end, after a search among coffees from South America and Africa, we succeeded. We would like to introduce you to decaffeinated coffee from producers from the small Colombian town of Argelia.

  •  15.97 47.90

    Country: Peru
    Region: El Diamante
    Precessing station: Falcon coffees Peru Warehouse
    Altitude: 1900 m.a.s.l.
    Varietal: Yellow Catuaí, Caturra
    Processing: washed
    Taste: Mango Lassi, dried figs, floral aroma and apple acidity

    Peru is the rising star of the world of specialty coffee. Slowly but surely, it is becoming a regular part of the menu of coffee roasters around the world. We are no exception. The great taste profiles of beans from this country, their increasing quality from year to year, and a meaningful partnership with Falcon coffee in the El Diamante area, are the reasons why we are increasing the number of coffees from this South American country in our offer.
    Lot # 5 from farmer Roger Chilcón is our second coffee from Peru this year. You can look forward to a cup full of tropical fruits and syrup sweets.

  •  13.81 41.39

    Country: Brazil
    Region: Tres Pontas, Sul de Minas
    Precessing station: Rancho Grande
    Altitude: 950 m.a.s.l.
    Varietal: Acaia
    Processing: dry
    Taste: Cocoa, black currant, chamomile, red apple

    We always try to find coffees with a solid and exciting taste profile for our offer of beans. Although Brazil generally pays for a country where coffee tastes like coffee, we have managed to buy part of the harvest from the Rancho Grande farm from their Manga Larga project.
    You can look forward to an extraordinary taste that you rarely meet in Brazilian coffee. Distinctive tones of black currant, raspberry, dark chocolate, cocoa, cane sugar, and chamomile, along with a subtle acidity of a red apple.

     

  •  17.45 52.28

    Country: Bolivia
    Area: Caranavi
    Processing station: Buena Vista
    Altitude: 1710 m.a.s.l.
    Variety: Caturra
    Processing: Anaerobic
    Taste profile: plum pie, orange flower, red apple

    The El Floripondo farm is one of the more recently planted farms in the Samaipata area in Santa Cruz. The Rodriguez family has been experimenting with cultivating specialty grade coffee in a region not known for coffee production historically.
    Due to its high altitude, tropical microclimate, and unique soil type, Floripondio is the ideal location for experimenting with different varieties. Over 50 varieties have been planted on the farm to discover which is best suited to this particular terroir.
    The farm gets its unusual name from the Floripondio trees native to the area. Roughly meaning ‘angel’s trumpets,’ the trees are believed to possess some hallucinogenic properties. Legend believes that sleeping beneath these trees induces heavy and vivid dream states.
    Fittingly, the farm itself is so beautiful that those who have visited described its beauty as being as if from a dream.