Keep spirits and caffeine levels high this April with a delivery of speciality-grade coffee beans. Here’s what we’ve got in store for the next Indy Coffee Box …

The tasting notes differ for filter and espresso roasts, you’ll be sent the appropriate one for the roast style you pick at the checkout. Omni roasts work well as both filter and espresso

coffee roasts

Quantum Coffee Roasters, Cardiff


Coffee: El Salvador
Varietal: Bourbon
Origin: Finca Menendez, Piedra Grande, El Salvador
Background: Finca Menendez is located in Piedra Grande in the Apaneca Ilamatepec biosphere reserve. Of the farm’s 40 hectares, 38 are cultivated with coffee and there are around 5,000 coffee trees per hectare.
The plantation is made up of 100 per cent arabica Bourbon, and the average age of the coffee trees is 15 years. The average production for this plantation is 1,260 bags of 69 kilograms per year.
Process: Washed
Altitude: 1000-1350m
Tasting notes: Sweet and bold cocoa powder body with peanut notes and lemon citrus acidity

New Ground Coffee

New Ground Coffee, Oxford


Coffee: Kenale Hagen
Varietal: Arusha, Typica and Bourbon
Origin: Papua New Guinea
Background: Kanale is an old washing station which has recently reopened in the Western Highlands just outside of the town of Mount Hagen. This year is the first season of coffee to come through the mill since its refurbishment so the team at New Ground Coffee were super excited to get their hands on it.
Farmers pulp the cherries on the same day of harvest, resulting in a super smooth coffee that delivers a delicious sherbetty tang on the finish. Fun fact: this coffee was grown near the Baiyer River Sanctuary which has a huge collection of birds, such as the bird of paradise, and an abundance of wildlife including tree kangaroos and the cuscus (Google for cuteness overload).
Process: Washed
Altitude: 1000-1350m
Tasting notes: Dark chocolate, blackberry and candy floss

Rounton Coffee Roasters

Rounton Coffee Roasters, North Yorkshire


Coffee: Ethiopia, Mustefa Abakeno
Varietal: Regional Landraces
Origin: Agaro, Jimma Zone, Ethiopia
Background: Mustefa Abakeno has recently registered as an exporter in order to start selling his coffee directly to buyers. He’s set up a small wet mill where he processes his farm’s and outgrowers’ coffee (which he keeps separate) which he then dries on raised beds near his house. Mustefa’s outgrowers are all neighbours who have between 4 and 10 hectares of land. He is processing both natural and washed coffee and all of it is dried semi-shaded.
Process: Natural
Altitude: 2040m
Tasting notes: Pomegranate, blueberry and floral