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ESPRESSO OF THE MONTH: Heresy - Costa Rica El Higueron Natural 1001g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 14.04.2024

The new Espresso of the Month is here! Specialty coffee from Costa Rica, roasted at Heresy. Medium roast, designed for espresso. In the cup you can feel notes of wine, spices, and tropical fruits. Country: Costa Rica Region: Chirripó Farm: El Higueron Producer: Cafe Rivense / Ureña Rojas Family Varietal: caturra, catuai Processing: natural Altitude: 1600 - 1700 m a.s.l.                                                                                                                                                                                      Coffee of the month Every month we pick two coffee specials – one for the espresso lovers, and the other for the pour-over sippers. Working directly with the roasteries, we deliver freshly roasted, unique coffee beans – always of the highest quality, at the lowest price you can get. What you get is also a thorough review, description, origin, and brewing guide. The aim of the project is to get you acquainted with speciality coffees and various flavours they offer. Check out the coffees of this month!
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ESPRESSO OF THE MONTH: Heresy - Costa Rica El Higueron Natural 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 14.04.2024

The new Espresso of the Month is here! Specialty coffee from Costa Rica, roasted at Heresy. Medium roast, designed for espresso. In the cup you can feel notes of wine, spices, and tropical fruits. Country: Costa Rica Region: Chirripó Farm: El Higueron Producer: Cafe Rivense / Ureña Rojas Family Varietal: caturra, catuai Processing: natural Altitude: 1600 - 1700 m a.s.l.                                                                                                                                                                                      Coffee of the month Every month we pick two coffee specials – one for the espresso lovers, and the other for the pour-over sippers. Working directly with the roasteries, we deliver freshly roasted, unique coffee beans – always of the highest quality, at the lowest price you can get. What you get is also a thorough review, description, origin, and brewing guide. The aim of the project is to get you acquainted with speciality coffees and various flavours they offer. Check out the coffees of this month!
16,43 €
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Heresy - Brazil Boa Vista Fermented Natural Filter 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 06.05.2024

Specialty beans from Brazil roasted at Heresy by the 2020 Polish Roasting Vice-Champion. Suitable for pour-over brewing methods or poured in a cup. A profile characterized by high sweetness complemented by notes of citrus, tropical fruits, and chocolate. Country: Brazil Region: Boa Vista Varietal: Yellow catuai Processing: Fermented natural Producer: Luiza Vilela Barreira Altitude: 1700 m a.s.l. Cupping score: 87 / 100 points
Heresy - Elixir Unstable Filter Blend 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 15.04.2024

For those of you who only associate the term "blend" with budget-friendly blends of classic Brazilian, it's time to break the boring dogma! This jar contains 69% of fruity Honduras and 31% of what-just-came-to-a-roaster's-mind. The result? Always sweet. Always fruity. Always surprising! Oh, and always over 86 points, because that's the only kind of coffee we have on the menu. This is a polyjuice Elixir, stirring up emotions like when you open a surprise gift. To be enjoyed every day or on special occasions, for those who demand more from their daily brew or for those who demand an exceptional price from exceptional coffee. Suitable to start your adventure with Heresies (beware, it's addictive)! Specialty coffee blend roasted at Heresy by the 2020 Polish Roasting Vice Champion. 69% of Honduras and 31% of mysterious but always fruity and floral arabica of the highest quality. A profile with high intensity, depth and always fruity character! Country: Honduras / somewhere cool Producer: Marysabel Caballero / some other pro Farm: El Puente / somewhere beautiful Cultivar: caturra + bourbon / something nice Processing: washed / something cool Altitude:  1600 - 1900 m.a.s.l. / somewhere high Harvest: always fresh Cup score: always above 86 / 100 points PROCESSING The base is a classic washed, just as the lord commanded. Depulping, washing, a moment of fermentation in the tank and drying in the ideal conditions of the Marcal region. THE FARM Catuai from El Puente is a grain-archetype. A clean, sweet, simple caramel brew with notes of red fruit and a citrus stamp in the background. From a legend among producers, the world-famous Marysabel Caballero. This one doesn't even need a special introduction! It is impossible to go wrong here. ROASTER'S COMMENT It is impossible to drink the same blend twice. Heraclitus knew this, and we believe the guy. However, he had no way of grasping the fact that life is like the helium-6 isotope - a wildly unstable joke of the universe. We know that, and that's how Elixir came to be! Insanely unstable, always sweet. Every time different, every time fruity as hell. We dump the best coffees in it, because who can say no? Take a sip of Elixir and feel like... whatever you want! PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Pastor Universal Blend 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 26.03.2024

A blend of specialty quality coffees, roasted at Heresy roastery by the 2020 Roasting Vice-Champion. Dark roasted, designed to be brewed in an espresso machine, café, frenchpress or pour-over methods of brewing or brewing in a cup. Profile with low acidity and higher bitterness. This is the most budget-friendly coffee in Heresy's portfolio and perhaps the most heretical! Pastor is a blend of coffees from the previous season, which proves that there is nothing wrong with transparently communicating the harvest date! We roast this coffee darker, though in a way that makes it suitable for a variety of brewing methods. It will work especially well in an espresso machine or a mokka pot, and for fans of lower acidity, higher bitterness and sweet chocolate and caramel notes, also in filter methods. That's why we call it an all-purpose blend. Pastor doesn't offer coffees eternal life, but gives a second one to those that deserve it! WHAT A HERESY Almost every roaster has some coffee left over from the previous crop when new, fresher coffee from the last harvest comes in. These beans are often still good, especially if their quality was high from the beginning, although it usually happens that they lose some intensity and sometimes there are notes associated with some woody impression which appear. There are different ideas about how to use them. Quite a few roasters sell them at regular price, without disclosing the harvest date, some add them to cheaper blends, others try to hide the flavor with darker roasting or aromatization. To put the emphasis on fresh, up-to-date crops in our offerings, we always include their dates in the description of our lots. We dream of making this an industry standard! So that the consumer can more consciously judge quality and freshness against price. Meanwhile, there is nothing wrong with "past crops" themselves, if we say so directly and price them accordingly lower. It may be one of the few such approaches in the market, but it's time to bring a little more transparency to the subject of past crop coffees! COFFEE Variety: blend Processing: blend Producer: blend Farm: blend Origin: blend Elevation: various Harvest: harvest from the previous season! Cupping score: coffees scoring a minimum of 86 / 100 points when cupping on fresh beans ROASTER'S REVIEW If you are a coffee geek looking for flowers and fruits in your coffee - this is not the product for you. If you are instead looking for a gift for your mother, grandmother or someone who has not yet explored the world of specialty coffee and prefers darker classic coffees - we have it! It's a good coffee, and by using beans from previous harvests, it also has a much lower price, because we sell it 'at cost value'! It's also our way of 'less waste', because some great beans were standing in our warehouse, with no idea what to do with them. And that's how PASTor came into being. PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Antidotum Filter 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 11.03.2024

Some 75% of all coffee produced in the world comes from Brazil, the vast majority being commercial grand blends from around the region. In the world of speciality coffee, we have to deal with those as well. That's why we created the Antidote, a coffee that is an antidote to the flood of santos, cerrados, and other coffees, that are far from transparent and demonstrating the producer's role in the whole process. This is for fans of the classics who do not let go of quality. For those who value true fair trade. The first classic brazil in our range! Specialty quality bean coffee, roasted at Heresy roastery by the 2020 Roasting Runner-up. Light roasted, designed for pour-over brewing methods or pour-over in a cup. A profile with a classic Brazilian flavour, with nut and chocolate notes, in the highest quality. Country: Brazil Producer: 20 members of San Coffee Cooperative Farm: San Coffee Varietal: mundo novo, topazio, catuai Processing: natural Altitude: 900 - 1200 m a.s.l. PROCESSING 20 manufacturers, the same natural processing technique calibrated between them. Thanks to close cooperation and rigid standards, each lot is processed and dried in an almost identical manner. THE FARM San Coffee is a rarity in Brazil. Most co-operatives in the country are made up of hundreds or thousands of producers, whose role is often limited to just supplying the coffee, nothing else. San Coffee is made up of only 20 producers who also own the company, with equally distributed shares of 5% each. We have been working with them since the very beginning of Heresy, presenting fruity microlots like Taquaral, Campo Alegre and Samambaia. This time it's time for the classic product of their work! ROASTER'S COMMENT In the cup as classically as possible. Acidity practically invisible, shadow work. Chocolate and nuts in the liquid form. You know what I mean! PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Honduras El Puente Washed Catuai Filter 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 06.05.2024

Specialty beans from Honduras roasted at Heresy by the 2020 Polish Roasting Vice-Champion. Light roast, designed for filter or cup brewing. A profile characterised by intense notes of dried fruits, citrus, red fruit, and cocoa. Country: Honduras Region: Marcala Producer: Marysabel Caballero Varietal: Catuai Processing: Washed Cupping score: 86 / 100 points PROCESSING A classic washed, just as the lord commanded. Depulping, washing, a moment of fermentation in the tank and drying in the ideal conditions of the Marcal region. PRODUCER This woman is a legend. A coffee superstar. Marysabel comes from a family with more than a century's tradition in coffee growing, and she established her own farm, El Puente, with her husband 25 years ago. With a focus on developing quality beans, they have become regional leaders and Cup of Excellence finalists. Marysabel and Moises' innate curiosity and absolute professionalism led them into growing multiple botanical varieties and experimental bean processing. ROASTER'S COMMENT Bean-archetype. A clean, sweet, simple caramel brew with notes of red fruit and a citrus stamp in the background. From a legend among producers, the world-famous Marysabel Caballero. This one doesn't even need a special introduction! It is impossible to go wrong here. PACKAGING This coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Elixir Unstable Filter Blend 404g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 06.05.2024

For those of you who only associate the term "blend" with budget-friendly blends of classic Brazilian, it's time to break the boring dogma! This jar contains 69% of fruity Honduras and 31% of what-just-came-to-a-roaster's-mind. The result? Always sweet. Always fruity. Always surprising! Oh, and always over 86 points, because that's the only kind of coffee we have on the menu. This is a polyjuice Elixir, stirring up emotions like when you open a surprise gift. To be enjoyed every day or on special occasions, for those who demand more from their daily brew or for those who demand an exceptional price from exceptional coffee. Suitable to start your adventure with Heresies (beware, it's addictive)! Specialty coffee blend roasted at Heresy by the 2020 Polish Roasting Vice Champion. 69% of Honduras and 31% of mysterious but always fruity and floral arabica of the highest quality. A profile with high intensity, depth and always fruity character! Country: Honduras / somewhere cool Producer: Marysabel Caballero / some other pro Farm: El Puente / somewhere beautiful Cultivar: caturra + bourbon / something nice Processing: washed / something cool Altitude:  1600 - 1900 m.a.s.l. / somewhere high Harvest: always fresh Cup score: always above 86 / 100 points PROCESSING The base is a classic washed, just as the lord commanded. Depulping, washing, a moment of fermentation in the tank and drying in the ideal conditions of the Marcal region. THE FARM Catuai from El Puente is a grain-archetype. A clean, sweet, simple caramel brew with notes of red fruit and a citrus stamp in the background. From a legend among producers, the world-famous Marysabel Caballero. This one doesn't even need a special introduction! It is impossible to go wrong here. ROASTER'S COMMENT It is impossible to drink the same blend twice. Heraclitus knew this, and we believe the guy. However, he had no way of grasping the fact that life is like the helium-6 isotope - a wildly unstable joke of the universe. We know that, and that's how Elixir came to be! Insanely unstable, always sweet. Every time different, every time fruity as hell. We dump the best coffees in it, because who can say no? Take a sip of Elixir and feel like... whatever you want! PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Honduras La Mora Carlos Hernandez Extended-Natural Filter 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 15.04.2024

Specialty beans from Honduras roasted at Heresy by the 2020 Polish Roasting Vice-Champion. Light roast, designed for filter or cup brewing. A profile characterized by a high, tropical intensity with full body and a long, fruity finish. Country: Honduras Region: Ocotepeque Farm: La Mora Producer: Carlos Roberto Hernandez Varietal: obata Processing: extended natural Altitude: 1400 m a.s.l. Harvest: February 2023 Cupping score: 87.5 / 100 pts PROCESSING Before being spread for drying, the cherries underwent an extended fermentation. As a result in the flavor profile you'll find clear, fruity, intense flavors and some fizzy acidity. But rest assured, it's all in a well rounded manner! PRODUCER This is the first year we've purchased coffee from this gentleman and the first time we're featuring Honduras from a region other than Santa Barbara. Carlos is one of the co-founders of Cafesmo, a company that helps Ocotepeque producers produce higher scoring arabicas and export them abroad. So there we go! ROASTER'S COMMENT This is the first year we've purchased coffee from this gentleman and the first time we're featuring Honduras from a region other than Santa Barbara. Carlos is one of the co-founders of Cafesmo, a company that helps Ocotepeque producers produce higher scoring arabicas and export them abroad. So there we go! PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Elixir Unstable Filter Blend 54g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 26.03.2024

For those of you who only associate the term "blend" with budget-friendly blends of classic Brazilian, it's time to break the boring dogma! This jar contains 69% of fruity Honduras and 31% of what-just-came-to-a-roaster's-mind. The result? Always sweet. Always fruity. Always surprising! Oh, and always over 86 points, because that's the only kind of coffee we have on the menu. This is a polyjuice Elixir, stirring up emotions like when you open a surprise gift. To be enjoyed every day or on special occasions, for those who demand more from their daily brew or for those who demand an exceptional price from exceptional coffee. Suitable to start your adventure with Heresies (beware, it's addictive)! Specialty coffee blend roasted at Heresy by the 2020 Polish Roasting Vice Champion. 69% of Honduras and 31% of mysterious but always fruity and floral arabica of the highest quality. A profile with high intensity, depth and always fruity character! Country: Honduras / somewhere cool Producer: Marysabel Caballero / some other pro Farm: El Puente / somewhere beautiful Cultivar: caturra + bourbon / something nice Processing: washed / something cool Altitude:  1600 - 1900 m.a.s.l. / somewhere high Harvest: always fresh Cup score: always above 86 / 100 points PROCESSING The base is a classic washed, just as the lord commanded. Depulping, washing, a moment of fermentation in the tank and drying in the ideal conditions of the Marcal region. THE FARM Catuai from El Puente is a grain-archetype. A clean, sweet, simple caramel brew with notes of red fruit and a citrus stamp in the background. From a legend among producers, the world-famous Marysabel Caballero. This one doesn't even need a special introduction! It is impossible to go wrong here. ROASTER'S COMMENT It is impossible to drink the same blend twice. Heraclitus knew this, and we believe the guy. However, he had no way of grasping the fact that life is like the helium-6 isotope - a wildly unstable joke of the universe. We know that, and that's how Elixir came to be! Insanely unstable, always sweet. Every time different, every time fruity as hell. We dump the best coffees in it, because who can say no? Take a sip of Elixir and feel like... whatever you want! PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Antidotum Espresso 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 06.05.2024

Some 75% of all coffee produced in the world comes from Brazil, the vast majority being commercial grand blends from around the region. In the world of speciality coffee, we have to deal with those as well. That's why we created the Antidote, a coffee that is an antidote to the flood of santos, cerrados, and other coffees, that are far from transparent and demonstrating the producer's role in the whole process. This is for fans of the classics who do not let go of quality. For those who value true fair trade. The first classic brazil in our range! Specialty quality bean coffee, roasted at Heresy roastery by the 2020 Roasting Runner-up. Medium roast, designed for espresso, café or cup brewing.  A profile with a classic Brazilian flavour, with nut and chocolate notes, in the highest quality. Country: Brazil Producer: 20 members of San Coffee Cooperative Farm: San Coffee Varietal: mundo novo, topazio, catuai Processing: natural Altitude: 900 - 1200 m a.s.l. PROCESSING 20 manufacturers, the same natural processing technique calibrated between them. Thanks to close cooperation and rigid standards, each lot is processed and dried in an almost identical manner. THE FARM San Coffee is a rarity in Brazil. Most co-operatives in the country are made up of hundreds or thousands of producers, whose role is often limited to just supplying the coffee, nothing else. San Coffee is made up of only 20 producers who also own the company, with equally distributed shares of 5% each. We have been working with them since the very beginning of Heresy, presenting fruity microlots like Taquaral, Campo Alegre and Samambaia. This time it's time for the classic product of their work! ROASTER'S COMMENT In the cup as classically as possible. Acidity practically invisible, shadow work. Chocolate and nuts in the liquid form. You know what I mean! PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Illuminati Blend Espresso 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 15.04.2024

What is created by the merger of Guatemala and Guatemala? Even more Guatemala in Guatemala! This country is our beloved region to which we make regular trips, always surprising us with the variety of coffees it can serve. If you associate Guatemala with classic flavours, then Amigo, we envy you how much more you get to discover! We hope you enjoy some marmalade! A blend of specialty quality beans, roasted at Heresy roastery by the 2020 Roasting Vice Champion. Medium roast, designed for espresso, coffeemaker or cup brewing. A profile balanced in flavour, combining classic and fruitier notes, providing an experience for both traditional and modern espresso fans. A versatile espresso - both for shots and milky coffees. Both for the café and for the home. Available permanently in the heretical offer! Country: Guatemala Producer: smallholders from Jalapa Farm: San Martin and Santa Rosa Varietal: caturra and bourbon Processing: washed and natural Altitude: 1600 - 2200 m a.s.l. PROCESSING Here we have a combination of washed and natural processing of caturra and bourbon coffees. San Martin is a classic washed. Santa Rosa is a more naturally fermented varietal. A washed-natural blend! THE FARM The San Martin and Santa Rosa coffees are blends from small local producers in the Jalapa region. Their harvests are combined and processed together as a single lot. ROASTER'S COMMENT Once again we apply the equation here: very good + very good ≤ very good. In the base, deep caramel sweetness and plenty of jammy fruitiness, just the kind of dark blue, from the forest. And as a joker, a vinous-tropical natural. The synergy of the 21st century. PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
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Heresy - Guatemala Las Codornices Natural Filter 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 06.05.2024

Specialty beans from Guatemala roasted at Heresy by the 2020 Polish Roasting Vice-Champion. Suitable for pour-over brewing methods or poured in a cup. A profile characterized by high sweetness complemented by notes of forest fruits, black tea and citrus. Country: Guatemala Region: Huehuetenango Varietal: maragogype Processing: natural Producer: Diana & Hector Ovalle Farm: Las Codornices Altitude: 1700 m.a.s.l. Harvest: 2023 Cupping score: 86.5 / 100 points PROCESSING The dry and stable climate of this part of Huehue is begging for a juicy natural. Drying is even, with no unexpected changes in humidity or other unexpected weather patern. The result is a deep, fruity profile that offers wonderful nuances. THE FARM Las Codornices is a unique place - a farm located in the heart of the driest area in Huehuetenengo, where... no one grows coffee. Well, almost no one! Diana and Hector have created a unique terroir, accomplishing the almost impossible. The plantation is irrigated using a meticulously designed system, based on reservoirs and water from the river flowing in the valley. An original on a global scale! ROASTER'S COMMENT Next to Diana and Hector we are short and thin as a snake’s ass! They are just a pair of heretics. They grow coffee where no one else has ever dared. Dry, something like on the Kazakh steppe, but they managed with a clever irrigation system. In the cup, the essence of both variety and terroir. You’ll find a dense and sticky body, with notes of forest fruits, a whole range of caramel and chocolate stories, all rounded off with ripe acidity. PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Pastor Universal Blend 1001g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 26.03.2024

A blend of specialty quality coffees, roasted at Heresy roastery by the 2020 Roasting Vice-Champion. Dark roasted, designed to be brewed in an espresso machine, café, frenchpress or pour-over methods of brewing or brewing in a cup. Profile with low acidity and higher bitterness. This is the most budget-friendly coffee in Heresy's portfolio and perhaps the most heretical! Pastor is a blend of coffees from the previous season, which proves that there is nothing wrong with transparently communicating the harvest date! We roast this coffee darker, though in a way that makes it suitable for a variety of brewing methods. It will work especially well in an espresso machine or a mokka pot, and for fans of lower acidity, higher bitterness and sweet chocolate and caramel notes, also in filter methods. That's why we call it an all-purpose blend. Pastor doesn't offer coffees eternal life, but gives a second one to those that deserve it! WHAT A HERESY Almost every roaster has some coffee left over from the previous crop when new, fresher coffee from the last harvest comes in. These beans are often still good, especially if their quality was high from the beginning, although it usually happens that they lose some intensity and sometimes there are notes associated with some woody impression which appear. There are different ideas about how to use them. Quite a few roasters sell them at regular price, without disclosing the harvest date, some add them to cheaper blends, others try to hide the flavor with darker roasting or aromatization. To put the emphasis on fresh, up-to-date crops in our offerings, we always include their dates in the description of our lots. We dream of making this an industry standard! So that the consumer can more consciously judge quality and freshness against price. Meanwhile, there is nothing wrong with "past crops" themselves, if we say so directly and price them accordingly lower. It may be one of the few such approaches in the market, but it's time to bring a little more transparency to the subject of past crop coffees! COFFEE Variety: blend Processing: blend Producer: blend Farm: blend Origin: blend Elevation: various Harvest: harvest from the previous season! Cupping score: coffees scoring a minimum of 86 / 100 points when cupping on fresh beans ROASTER'S REVIEW If you are a coffee geek looking for flowers and fruits in your coffee - this is not the product for you. If you are instead looking for a gift for your mother, grandmother or someone who has not yet explored the world of specialty coffee and prefers darker classic coffees - we have it! It's a good coffee, and by using beans from previous harvests, it also has a much lower price, because we sell it 'at cost value'! It's also our way of 'less waste', because some great beans were standing in our warehouse, with no idea what to do with them. And that's how PASTor came into being. PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Antidotum Filter 54g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 15.04.2024

Some 75% of all coffee produced in the world comes from Brazil, the vast majority being commercial grand blends from around the region. In the world of speciality coffee, we have to deal with those as well. That's why we created the Antidote, a coffee that is an antidote to the flood of santos, cerrados, and other coffees, that are far from transparent and demonstrating the producer's role in the whole process. This is for fans of the classics who do not let go of quality. For those who value true fair trade. The first classic brazil in our range! Specialty quality bean coffee, roasted at Heresy roastery by the 2020 Roasting Runner-up. Light roasted, designed for pour-over brewing methods or pour-over in a cup. A profile with a classic Brazilian flavour, with nut and chocolate notes, in the highest quality. Country: Brazil Producer: 20 members of San Coffee Cooperative Farm: San Coffee Varietal: mundo novo, topazio, catuai Processing: natural Altitude: 900 - 1200 m a.s.l. PROCESSING 20 manufacturers, the same natural processing technique calibrated between them. Thanks to close cooperation and rigid standards, each lot is processed and dried in an almost identical manner. THE FARM San Coffee is a rarity in Brazil. Most co-operatives in the country are made up of hundreds or thousands of producers, whose role is often limited to just supplying the coffee, nothing else. San Coffee is made up of only 20 producers who also own the company, with equally distributed shares of 5% each. We have been working with them since the very beginning of Heresy, presenting fruity microlots like Taquaral, Campo Alegre and Samambaia. This time it's time for the classic product of their work! ROASTER'S COMMENT In the cup as classically as possible. Acidity practically invisible, shadow work. Chocolate and nuts in the liquid form. You know what I mean! PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Illuminati Blend Espresso 1001g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 15.04.2024

What is created by the merger of Guatemala and Guatemala? Even more Guatemala in Guatemala! This country is our beloved region to which we make regular trips, always surprising us with the variety of coffees it can serve. If you associate Guatemala with classic flavours, then Amigo, we envy you how much more you get to discover! We hope you enjoy some marmalade! A blend of specialty quality beans, roasted at Heresy roastery by the 2020 Roasting Vice Champion. Medium roast, designed for espresso, coffeemaker or cup brewing. A profile balanced in flavour, combining classic and fruitier notes, providing an experience for both traditional and modern espresso fans. A versatile espresso - both for shots and milky coffees. Both for the café and for the home. Available permanently in the heretical offer! Country: Guatemala Producer: smallholders from Jalapa Farm: San Martin and Santa Rosa Varietal: caturra and bourbon Processing: washed and natural Altitude: 1600 - 2200 m a.s.l. PROCESSING Here we have a combination of washed and natural processing of caturra and bourbon coffees. San Martin is a classic washed. Santa Rosa is a more naturally fermented varietal. A washed-natural blend! THE FARM The San Martin and Santa Rosa coffees are blends from small local producers in the Jalapa region. Their harvests are combined and processed together as a single lot. ROASTER'S COMMENT Once again we apply the equation here: very good + very good ≤ very good. In the base, deep caramel sweetness and plenty of jammy fruitiness, just the kind of dark blue, from the forest. And as a joker, a vinous-tropical natural. The synergy of the 21st century. PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Rwanda Nova Coffee Agnes Mukamushinja Washed Filter 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 06.05.2024

Specialty beans from Rwanda, roasted at Heresy by the 2020 Polish Roasting Vice-Champion. Light roast, designed for filter or cup brewing. A profile characterised by high sweetness with ripe, quite intense acidity with notes of red fruits, citrus, flowers and herbs. Country: Rwanda Producer: Agnes Mukamushinja Varietal: Bourbon Processing: Washed Cupping score: 86.5 / 100 points PROCESSING Classic washed, just as the lord commanded. Depulping, washing, a moment of fermentation in the tank and drying on African beds, in the ideal conditions of the Gicumbi region. THE FARM Nova Coffee is in the hands of Agnes and Felix, a married couple who founded the company relatively recently, in 2015. They are both coffee producers from a 155-hectare farm, as well as exporters working with thousands of small producers. The entire crop is located in the northern part of the country, around Lake Muhazi - google it and drop your jaw. ROASTER'S COMMENT The reflection of the terroir in the cup here is a strong 10/10. It is clean, crisp and distinctly fruity. High sweetness with ripe, quite intense acidity. Red fruit, citrus, some flower and herb in the background. A washed Rwandan bourbon in its full glory! PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Antidotum Espresso 1001g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 15.04.2024

Some 75% of all coffee produced in the world comes from Brazil, the vast majority being commercial grand blends from around the region. In the world of speciality coffee, we have to deal with those as well. That's why we created the Antidote, a coffee that is an antidote to the flood of santos, cerrados, and other coffees, that are far from transparent and demonstrating the producer's role in the whole process. This is for fans of the classics who do not let go of quality. For those who value true fair trade. The first classic brazil in our range! Specialty quality bean coffee, roasted at Heresy roastery by the 2020 Roasting Runner-up. Medium roast, designed for espresso, café or cup brewing.  A profile with a classic Brazilian flavour, with nut and chocolate notes, in the highest quality. Country: Brazil Producer: 20 members of San Coffee Cooperative Farm: San Coffee Varietal: mundo novo, topazio, catuai Processing: natural Altitude: 900 - 1200 m a.s.l. PROCESSING 20 manufacturers, the same natural processing technique calibrated between them. Thanks to close cooperation and rigid standards, each lot is processed and dried in an almost identical manner. THE FARM San Coffee is a rarity in Brazil. Most co-operatives in the country are made up of hundreds or thousands of producers, whose role is often limited to just supplying the coffee, nothing else. San Coffee is made up of only 20 producers who also own the company, with equally distributed shares of 5% each. We have been working with them since the very beginning of Heresy, presenting fruity microlots like Taquaral, Campo Alegre and Samambaia. This time it's time for the classic product of their work! ROASTER'S COMMENT In the cup as classically as possible. Acidity practically invisible, shadow work. Chocolate and nuts in the liquid form. You know what I mean! PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Elixir Unstable Filter Blend 1001g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 15.04.2024

For those of you who only associate the term "blend" with budget-friendly blends of classic Brazilian, it's time to break the boring dogma! This jar contains 69% of fruity Honduras and 31% of what-just-came-to-a-roaster's-mind. The result? Always sweet. Always fruity. Always surprising! Oh, and always over 86 points, because that's the only kind of coffee we have on the menu. This is a polyjuice Elixir, stirring up emotions like when you open a surprise gift. To be enjoyed every day or on special occasions, for those who demand more from their daily brew or for those who demand an exceptional price from exceptional coffee. Suitable to start your adventure with Heresies (beware, it's addictive)! Specialty coffee blend roasted at Heresy by the 2020 Polish Roasting Vice Champion. 69% of Honduras and 31% of mysterious but always fruity and floral arabica of the highest quality. A profile with high intensity, depth and always fruity character! Country: Honduras / somewhere cool Producer: Marysabel Caballero / some other pro Farm: El Puente / somewhere beautiful Cultivar: caturra + bourbon / something nice Processing: washed / something cool Altitude:  1600 - 1900 m.a.s.l. / somewhere high Harvest: always fresh Cup score: always above 86 / 100 points PROCESSING The base is a classic washed, just as the lord commanded. Depulping, washing, a moment of fermentation in the tank and drying in the ideal conditions of the Marcal region. THE FARM Catuai from El Puente is a grain-archetype. A clean, sweet, simple caramel brew with notes of red fruit and a citrus stamp in the background. From a legend among producers, the world-famous Marysabel Caballero. This one doesn't even need a special introduction! It is impossible to go wrong here. ROASTER'S COMMENT It is impossible to drink the same blend twice. Heraclitus knew this, and we believe the guy. However, he had no way of grasping the fact that life is like the helium-6 isotope - a wildly unstable joke of the universe. We know that, and that's how Elixir came to be! Insanely unstable, always sweet. Every time different, every time fruity as hell. We dump the best coffees in it, because who can say no? Take a sip of Elixir and feel like... whatever you want! PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Cascara El Zapote Geisha 88g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 15.04.2024

Specialty cascara - died skin of coffee cherries from Guatemala. A profile characterized by superb sweetness and acidity of tropical fruits. An intense, complex and mouth-watering brew! Country: Guatemala Region: Acatenango Producer: Julio Melendez Farm: El Zapote Cultivar: geisha Processing: natural Altitude: 1300 - 1550 m.a.s.l. Harvest: February 2022 PROCESSING Here we have a pure geisha fruit from natural processing. We asked Julio this year to separate this cascara, which was then hand-searched to get rid of any impurities. Mother dear. Holy Lord. The whole symphony orchestra came out of it. THE FARM El Zapote is one of those farms that evoked hard to describe, extremely positive emotions. Beautifully situated at the base of two volcanoes, with wilderness at the bottom, add a rushing, winding river and a jungle vibe. Julio is a great guy, with a vast knowledge of coffee and a sleeve full of anecdotes. Open-minded, willing to experiment and engaging in unusual practices - we'll show the results of his work more than once! ROASTER'S COMMENT While serving this cascara, we get asked if we added sugar. And that's probably enough for a hundred words! PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Antidotum Filter 1001g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 15.04.2024

Some 75% of all coffee produced in the world comes from Brazil, the vast majority being commercial grand blends from around the region. In the world of speciality coffee, we have to deal with those as well. That's why we created the Antidote, a coffee that is an antidote to the flood of santos, cerrados, and other coffees, that are far from transparent and demonstrating the producer's role in the whole process. This is for fans of the classics who do not let go of quality. For those who value true fair trade. The first classic brazil in our range! Specialty quality bean coffee, roasted at Heresy roastery by the 2020 Roasting Runner-up. Light roasted, designed for pour-over brewing methods or pour-over in a cup. A profile with a classic Brazilian flavour, with nut and chocolate notes, in the highest quality. Country: Brazil Producer: 20 members of San Coffee Cooperative Farm: San Coffee Varietal: mundo novo, topazio, catuai Processing: natural Altitude: 900 - 1200 m a.s.l. PROCESSING 20 manufacturers, the same natural processing technique calibrated between them. Thanks to close cooperation and rigid standards, each lot is processed and dried in an almost identical manner. THE FARM San Coffee is a rarity in Brazil. Most co-operatives in the country are made up of hundreds or thousands of producers, whose role is often limited to just supplying the coffee, nothing else. San Coffee is made up of only 20 producers who also own the company, with equally distributed shares of 5% each. We have been working with them since the very beginning of Heresy, presenting fruity microlots like Taquaral, Campo Alegre and Samambaia. This time it's time for the classic product of their work! ROASTER'S COMMENT In the cup as classically as possible. Acidity practically invisible, shadow work. Chocolate and nuts in the liquid form. You know what I mean! PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.
Heresy - Costa Rica El Higueron Urena Rojas Family Natural Caturra & Catuai Filter 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 11.03.2024

Specialty beans from Costa Rica roasted at Heresy by the 2020 Polish Roasting Vice-Champion. Light roast, designed for filter or cup brewing. A profile characterized by high complexity with winy, fruity and caramel notes. Country: Costa Rica Region: Chirripó Producer: rodzina Ureña-Rojas Farm: Cafe Rivense Varietal: caturra, catuai Processing: natural Alttiude: 1700 m a.s.l. Harvest: 2023 Cupping score: 87 / 100 pts PROCESSING First the cherries go through a short pre-drying process. Then they are dried on long African tables under something that looks like your grandparents' foil box on the plot, you know, where they grow tomatoes, cucumbers. Only like seven times longer. THE FARM The family business of Mr and Mrs Ureña, where everything runs like Swiss clockwork. We've been going there for three years now and it's a beautiful thing. Vista al Chirripo is the highest plantation on the farm, where a small wooden house stands right next to the trees of this caturra, with windows spanning the highest peak in the country. It cannot be described with words, but if you want to impress someone the most in your life, take that someone right there and wait together for the sunrise over a cup of coffee. Just don't kill the mood with a question about the number of clicks, please. ROASTER'S COMMENT For the third year in a row, we are buying coffees from Ricardo and his cheerful family team. And for the third year in a row, a lot of El Higueron plot in a jar! A rite of Costa Rican fruity natural: high intensity, winey sweetness, lots of body, even more complexity! In the cup, a full reflection of the terroir. High, sticky sweetness coming a little from the processing and a little from the variety itself. Quite a lot of complexity, wine notes intertwine with fruit and caramel notes. Round, silky body. PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.

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Heresy - El Salvador Apaneca Finca Atzumpa Andres Acosta Natural Filter 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 26.03.2024

Specialty beans from El Salvador roasted at Heresy by the 2020 Polish Roasting Vice-Champion. Light roast, designed for filter or cup brewing. A profile characterized by high sweetness with juicy acidity, reminiscent of oranges. Winey notes in the background. A cup full of balance, clarity and intensity, highlighting a lingering aftertaste. Country: El Salvador Region: Apaneca Producer: Andres Acosta Farm: Finca Atzumpa Varietal: Bourbon Processing: Natural Altitude: 1400 m.a.s.l. Harvest: February 2023 Cupping score: 87 / 100 pts PROCESSING A classic natural, managed professionally. Ripe cherries are scattered on a clay patio and dried in dry, stable conditions for about 20 days. Low humidity and stable farm temperatures are key here - clean, sweet and deep cup here! PRODUCER Andres represents the fifth generation of producers, which means that his great-great-grandfather was already growing coffee in the Apaneca region in the second half of the 19th century. Well, Andres seems to know how to do it, as his coffees took the top spots in the Cup of Excellence in 2018 and 2019. He and his family are also the founders of the FUNDATACO Foundation, which helps talented children from the area get into soccer clubs and start sports careers with the support of scholarships. Amazing stuff! ROASTER'S COMMENT Is this the best coffee from El Salvador I've had? Perhaps. I think it is. Love from the first sip. High, sticky sweetness balanced by ripe, orange acidity. All in a slightly winey, as well as fruity anturage. And also some florals wiggling in the background. Everything rounds out beautifully here. PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.

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Heresy - Guatemala Agua Tibia H1 Natural Filter 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 26.02.2024

Specialty beans from Guatemala, roasted at Heresy by the 2020 Polish Roasting Vice-Champion. Light roast, designed for filter or cup brewing. A profile featuring full-bodied, fruity-wine sweetness, supported by tropicals, florals and caramel elements for balance. Country: Guatemala Region: Frijanes Producer: Castillo Family / Erik de la Roca Varietal: H1 Processing: Natural Altitude: 1700 m a.s.l. Harvest: January - February 2023 Cupping score: 87.5 / 100 pts PROCESSING After harvesting, the coffee is thrown into a tank across the fruit and lies there, fermenting a little, for about 24 hours. It is then spread out to dry on African beds. The process is carried out in a professorial manner - zero fermenting impurities, instead 120% of the meat is squeezed out of this bean here. THE FARM Agua Tibia is managed by a producer friend of ours, whose coffees from La Esperanza we've had in the roaster before. Great conditions, altitude and the dedication of the entire team under Erik's leadership make these coffees simply better and better every year! ROASTER'S COMMENT There's already been a geisha, time for something different, but from the same people! H1 is one of Central America's most interesting hybrids, combining disease resistance with a wonderful effect in the cup, behind which are the genes of Sudan Rume, an Ethiopian fruity-floral variety. Performed by the team at Agua Tibia: a full-bodied, fruity-wine sweetness, supported by tropicals, florals and caramel elements for balance. Very much worth it! PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.

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Heresy - Kenya Baragwi Coop Thimu Washed Filter 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 05.02.2024

Specialty beans from Kenya, roasted at Heresy by the 2020 Polish Roasting Vice-Champion. Light roast, designed for filter or cup brewing. A profile featuring high, fruity juiciness, great depth and lots of character. Country: Kenya Region: Kirinyaga Producer: Baragwi Coop. Varietal: SL28, SL34, Batian, Ruiru Processing: washed Altitude: 1700 - 1900 m a.s.l. Harvest: 2023 Cupping score: 87 / 100 points PROCESSING Before being stripped of their dign..., sorry, of the cherries, the beans are first sorted. Then they spend the night doing crazy things, that is fermenting. The next morning - a splash of water to tidy up! Then recuperating in the sun from 8 to 14  days. THE FARM The Thimu processing station belongs to, as far as we know, the largest cooperative in Kenya, called Baragwi. In turn, the region where the fruit is grown, Kirinyaga, is famous throughout the coffee world for its good quality crop. ROASTER'S COMMENT Classic Kenya! No need to write a two-page essay here. Fruity, citrusy, sweet and refreshing. The whole package, typical of the Kirinyaga region. PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.

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Heresy - Kenya Endebess Natural Kenyan Varietals Filter 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 26.02.2024

Specialty beans from Kenya roasted at Heresy by the 2020 Polish Roasting Vice-Champion. Light roast, designed for filter or cup brewing. A profile characterised by candy sweetness, ripe blueberry acidity and a silky texture. Country: Kenya Region: Northern Rift Valley Farm: Endebess Estate Varietal: Kenyan varietals mix Processing: natural Altitude: 1750 - 1950 m a.s.l. Harvest: November - December 2022 Cupping score: 87.5 / 100 pts PROCESSING A small river, the Koitobos, runs close to the farm - the ripe fruit is washed with water taken from this very rivulet and then dried whole on African beds. The process usually takes between 21 and 28 days. THE FARM Endebess Estate is a plantation located in a slightly less popular region of Kenya, the Northern Rift Valley, very close to the border with Uganda. The farm itself sits at the foot of Mount Elgon, a now extinguished volcano that lies on the border between the countries. ROASTER'S COMMENT Kenya natural! But what do you mean? Increasingly, this process is appearing in coffees from a country associated as a mecca for washed-down processing. We've drunk some of these Kenyan naturals over the past few years, but this is the first one we've enjoyed 100%. PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.

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Heresy - Kenya Gachami AA Washed Filter 252g

Manufacturer: Heresy

Roasting date: 06.05.2024

Specialty beans from Kenya, roasted at Heresy by the 2020 Polish Roasting Vice-Champion. Light roast, designed for filter or cup brewing. A profile featuring high, fruity juiciness, great depth and lots of character. Country: Kenya Region: Kirinyaga Producer: Baragwi Coop Varietal: SL28, SL34 Processing: washed Altitude: 1700 - 1800 m a.s.l. Harvest: 2023 Cupping score: 87.5 / 100 points PROCESSING A washed process in Kenya is like freezing cold vodka on the table during Polish feast. Typical and must be! Before being stripped of their dign..., sorry, of the cherries, the beans are first sorted. Then they spend the night doing crazy things, that is fermenting. The next morning - a splash of water to tidy up! Then recuperating in the sun from 8 to 14  days. THE FARM Gachami is one of 12 washing stations affiliated with the well-known Baragwi cooperative. Coffees from these regions regularly feature in our offerings: Thimu, Muchagara or Guama. And the region itself, where the crops are located, is Kirinyaga, and that means one thing: incredibly fruity and deep in flavor lots, stable and expertly processed year after year! ROASTER'S COMMENT How well this coffee is holding up (after all, more than a year after harvest) is incredible. While waiting for the fresh Kenyan coffees to ship to Europe, we are roasting beans that could easily stand with these new ones for the Pepsi challenge. Jammy, sweet, clean and juicy. Delicious. PACKAGING The coffee is packed in a brown jar made of PET, 100% recyclable or reusable. In case you're thinking "oh no, plastic!", bear in mind that standard coffee packaging is also made of plastic (and a few other materials, making it often harder to recycle). We also thought about glass, but it's heavier, more expensive, breakable and, wait for it, has the same or greater (sic!) environmental impact! A plastic jar turns out to be pretty eco-friendly, just remember to put it in the right container, or find a creative way to reuse it at home.  

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Heresy to polska palarnia kawy, oferująca ziarna jakości specialty ocenione przynajmniej na 86 punktów na 100 możliwych. Brak określania nut smakowych, skupienie na roli farmerów, niepodawanie przepisów parzenia, czy słoiki o pojemności 252 gramów, to tylko niektóre z „herezji” głoszonych przez założycieli marki Heresy, dzięki którym chcą reformować podejście do kawy.

Twórcami Heresy są Piotr Jeżewski - Q-Grader i Vice Mistrz Polski Roasting 2020 oraz Karolina Kosno, wcześniej związana z Coffeedesk i Specialty Coffee Association.

Heresy - kawa i jej wyróżniki

Palarnia Heresy stawia na selekcję najciekawszych mikrolotów, podkreślając przede wszystkim rolę farmy, gdzie kształtuje się większość smaku kawy. Właściciele cenią stałą współpracę z farmerami, bezpośrednią i zrównoważoną dystrybucję oraz regularnie wyjeżdżają na plantacje.

Produkowana przez Heresy kawa pakowana jest w wygodne słoiczki w pełni nadające się do recyklingu lub ponownego wykorzystania. Etykieta opisuje smak kawy Heresy w formie intuicyjnego wykresu kołowego, na który składają się nuty owocowe, kwiatowe lub pochodne reakcji Maillarda w różnych proporcjach. Widać zatem jak dużo w gotowej kawie będzie można wyczuć cytrusów, słodyczy, kwiatowości i innych smaków.

Heresy coffee najczęściej zamknięta jest w opakowaniu o niestandardowej gramaturze 252g. Dlaczego? Poza przełamywaniem standardów, jednym z argumentów właścicieli jest fakt, że 252 jest podzielne przez 6, a standardowa proporcja zmielonych ziaren kawy do wody, w metodach przelewowych, to 6g do 100g.

Palarnia Heresy - oferta specialty

Heresy palarnia ma ciągle zmieniającą się ofertę najwyższej jakości kaw do metod przelewowych i do espresso. Upolować można zatem różne odmiany kawy z Kenii, Etiopii, Brazylii i innych krajów, poddawane najróżniejszym obróbkom. Wszystko, aby pokazać jak najwięcej dobrych i ciekawych smaków kawy. Zmienność portfolio zdecydowanie zadowoli odkrywców nowych, kawowych smaków.

Jednak w ofercie palarni jest jedna stała pozycja - Heresy Elixir. Soczysty, słodki i owocowy blend kawy z Hondurasu i innego wybranego przez roastera rejonu. Idealna kawa do metod przelewowych na co dzień! Ta kawa Heresy dostępna jest w pojemnościach 252g i 1001g. Mniejsza - w sam raz na spróbowanie - i większa - kiedy już ją pokochacie!