The Roasting Shed

The Roasting Shed

We are so happy to welcome another two coffees to our boxes from The Roasting Shed.

The Roasting Shed is a small batch, speciality coffee roastery based in Hackney Wick, East London. They have been a regular inclusion at our coffee shop in Exmouth Market ever since one of our baristas introduced us. 


Congonhas Walnuts /Dark Chocolate / Kiwi

Congonhas is an archetypal Brazilian cup profile, with dark chocolate and walnuts notes, making a full body aeropress and well rounded espresso to perfectly complement milk.

'There are a growing number of farms in Brazil that are focusing more on cup quality than volume, Fazenda Congonhas is one of them and is producing some of the most impressive coffee Brazil has to offer. Lazaro and his son Gustavo strive to make a real difference in standards by meticulously overseeing every detail in the process. Gustavo grew up with coffee and inherited his father’s passion and perfectionism. Proudly, the farm now has certifications from Rainforest Alliance and Certifica Minas.'

Origin: Minas Gerais, Brazil
Altitude: 1100 masl
Varietal:  Yellow Catuai
Processing: Natura
Brew: Aeropress / Espresso


Bale Mountain (filter) Passion Fruit / Pomegranate / Brown Sugar

Bale Mountain is a complex and floral driven coffee with a lot of sweetness. Perfect for filter coffee drinkers.

'We are excited to support Kamba coffee this year, sharing our values by sourcing responsibly, paying fair prices and building relationships with quality producers. Bale Mountain is a farm owned by Israel Defga, a young, motivated coffee producer who also owns several washing stations in the area of West Arsi, formerly a part of the famous Guji in Ethiopia. Many of Israel’s washing stations are great due to their location and altitude, but also his continuous work and dedication to invest in better systems and protocols allow him to maintain high quality lots.'

Origin: West Arsi, Ethiopia
Altitude: 1800-1910 masl
Varietal: Heirloom
Processing: Washed
Brew: Filter


In our JULY BOX:

Espresso #090 Dark Chocolate / Almond / Kiwi

Balancing the best qualities of a natural processed Brazil with a washed Colombian coffee, roasted to a profile designed for espresso. A new Rainforest Alliance Yellow Catuai single origin from Fazenda Congonhas, Brazil and a 3rd year return of an old friend from the Tacueyó Reserve, Colombia.

This complex, rich coffee cuts through milk with a dark chocolate bitterness and a nutty almond finish. As a black coffee, sweet tropical notes of dried mango and kiwi are present. Low in acidity and remarkably well rounded.

Origin: Fazenda Congonhas, Minas Gerais, Brazil 
Altitude: 1,100 masl 
Varietal: Yellow Catuai
Processing: Natural
Brew: Espresso

Origin: Tacueyó Reserve, Toribio, Cauca, Colombia
Altitude: 1,600 - 2,000 masl
Varietal: Colombia, Caturra, Típica, Castillo y Tabí
Processing: Washed
Brew: Espresso


Tatama (filter) Blackberry / Dark Chocolate / Molasses

Grown by Ricardo Castilla a Mechanical Engineer and Farmer.  Another believer in the idea that “great coffee isn’t just grown, it’s made”.  He uses his background to experiment with different protocols across all processes on the farm in order to differentiate his coffee. 

This microlot is honey processed (leaving the residue on the seeds after pulping).  The beans were fermented for 24 hours aerobically and then dried half way in a parabolic drier and then the remaining moisture removed in a mechanical silo to a moisture content of 11%.

The result, a creamy dark chocolate coffee with a mild fruity acidity reminiscent of blackberries; and an overarching, refined sweetness like molasses.  A beautiful beautiful filter and french press coffee.

Origin: Montes del Tatama, Santuario, Risaralda, Colombia
Altitude: 1800 - 2000 masl
Varietal: Caturra and Castilla
Processing: Honey Processed, Aerobic Fermentation, Mechanically Dried.
Brew: French Press / Filter

They say..

"Since the day we started, back in our garden shed, our philosophy has remained the same: uncompromising quality of product and service.

Our speciality coffee beans are roasted in small batches to ensure their unique flavours are highlighted and enhanced. The beans are fully traceable and sourced through a responsibly-minded transparent supply chain. Our mission is to cultivate meaningful relationships with growers and co-operatives, who are committed to respecting the environment and people.

As artisan roasters we strive to bring out the perfect balance of flavours within a single origin coffee, so that each note can be found in your cup. We hope you enjoy the results. "

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