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The SuperSub® is for those who like to taste a little bit of a lot of specialty coffee. 

You receive five new coffees each month. That means annually, SuperSub®'rs can expect to receive 60 different specialty coffees. Correct, no repeats. Ever. Coffee for the subscription is roasted on the third Tuesday of each month and shipped the same day to ensure they are received before the monthly Instagram live cupping the subsequent Sat.

This is our Edition catalogue where the details of each coffee in each Edition are recorded and kept forever. 

If you like what you see and want to join the club then head on over to this page and sub yourself up

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EDITION 007

MAY '24

ROASTED & SHIPPED 21.05.24

LIVE CUPPING 01.06.24

COFFEES 31-35

31

MUTHUA-INI AB
WASHED SL-28 & SL-34
NYERI, KENYA

1900-2000masl
 

NAARTJIE & HONEY, GRAPEFRUIT & EARL GREY TEA

This one’s a blend of SL-28 and SL-34 varietals contributed to the high-altitude Muthua-ini Wash Station by subsistence farmers on the surrounding hills. Juicy naartjie, sweet and delicate. Flawless on filter.

EDITION 006

APR. '24

ROASTED & SHIPPED 16.04.24

LIVE CUPPING 21.04.24

COFFEES 26-30

26

BOMBE DRY FERMENTATION by DAYE BENSA
DRY FERMENTED WASHED HEIRLOOM
BOMBE, SIDAMA, ETHIOPIA
2000 - 2400masl

 

APRICOT & NAARTJIE, CARAMEL & BLACK TEA

An incredible example of the dry-fermented washed process from the Bombe Washing Station in Ethiopia. Grapefruit, complex caramelly character, and Earl Grey refinement. So big, so round, so good.

EDITION 005

MAR. '24

ROASTED & SHIPPED 19.03.24

LIVE CUPPING 23.03.24

COFFEES 21-25

21

TONTO INTENSO
YEAST FERMENTED WASHED SL-14, SL-28 & NYASALAND

UPPER BUKYABO, UGANDA 

1800 - 2200masl

 

PLUM & ORANGE, TOFFEE & DARK CHOCOLATE

Collected from local farmers in the mountain above The Coffee Gardens wash station in the Eastern Region of Uganda, soaked in cold mountain water, submerged and fermented with Lalcafe Intenso for 40hrs. Brings decadent butter toffee, plum, orange and dark chocolate to the cup.

EDITION 004

FEB. '24

ROASTED & SHIPPED 20.02.24

LIVE CUPPING 24.02.24

COFFEES 16-20

16

MARIANO CALLEJAS
WASHED JAVA 
OCOTAL, NICARAGUA
1700masl

 

FLORAL, SMOOTH, SWEET, CHOCOLATE & BLACK TEA

A washed java that narrates the story of a resilient family’s pursuit for high quality coffee and fair pricing. Grown by Mariano Rafael Montealegre Callejas on his farm, Finca Los Nubarrones, and processed by the Montealegre sisters at the mill they started in response to the high demand for transparent Nicaraguan coffee. Round, smooth and delightful.

EDITION 003

JAN. '24

ROASTED & SHIPPED 16.01.24

LIVE CUPPING 27.01.24

COFFEES 11-15

11

FERNEY QUIPO
WASHED CATURRA & COLOMBIA
CAUCA, COLOMBIA
1800masl

 

GRAPEFRUIT, MILK CHOCOLATE, ALMOND, CARAMEL

Sweet, classic and clean. The washed expression from young Cauca producer, Ferney Quipo's farm, El Lago brings easy-drinking milk choc, caramel and citrus to the cup.

EDITION 002

DEC. '23

ROASTED & SHIPPED 19.12.23

LIVE CUPPING 23.12.23

COFFEES 6-10

06

YN-09 by DIEGO BERMUDEZ
HYPERPROCESSED CASTILLO
CAUCA, COLOMBIA

1700-1930masl

 

PEACH ICED TEA, STRAWBERRY, LITCHI, HONEY

This coffee is fondly known as the coffee that helped our roaster, Luke, obtain the highly coveted title as 2023's 6th Best Barista in Potchefstroom. But it has many more redeeming traits: 1. It's another Diego coffee with the letter 'Y' in it which means its yamazing. 2. It goes through an extremely scientific process (which you can and should read by pressing the black button to the right) to lock in and amplify the flavour. 3. Lactobacillus driven fermentation. 4. Diego's signature move of thermal shock 🤌

EDITION 001

NOV. '23

ROASTED & SHIPPED 21.11.23

COFFEES 1–5

01

FINCA INMACULADA
NATURAL
VALLE DEL CAUCA, COLOMBIA

GEISHA

1800masl

 

ORANGE BLOSSOM FLORALS, LEMON VERBENA, CARAMEL, ORANGE, GREEN GRAPE

We couldn't think of a better coffee to get the SuperSub going. Elegant, immacualate, delightful. This geisha is the reason the first edition was limited to just 21 subscribers. It's all the green we had left, and now it's gone.

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