José Martínez, Columbia from Langøra Kaffebrenneri, Stjørdal

The beans smell like a freshly opened package of rum-raisin-nut chocolate. And it also remains some of this in the cup. Sweet, fruity (apricot, rasperry) aspects are dominating this fantastic honey processed microlot coffee. It only has very little fermentation notes and these blend in very smoothly in it’s round, silky yet very complexe structure […]

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Gakenke, Burundi from Langøra Kaffebrenneri, Stjørdal

Pineapple sweetness and acidity and a full creamy body are only some aspects of this Burundi. Something in this coffee reminds me of the warmed up leftovers of a delicious pleasently stomach warming goulash stew. Some hints of allspice maybe, some soft beefy texture, roasted bell pepper sweetness. 

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Mathareni AA+, Kenya from Langøra Kaffebrenneri, Stjørdal

Sometimes when I’m baking I split the cake in a in a rhubarb and a apple half, ’cause the kids don’t care so much about rhubarb, which I really love. And on the border of both where you got chunks of both it usually tastes best. And that’s what this coffee reminds me of. Including […]

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