Latest coffee news from Jasper Coffee
Autumn is here and we're getting excited for cool weather, colourful leaves and cozy sweaters.
We've put together three recipes perfect for curling up with a book, warming up after a walk in the cool autumn air and for those of you who live in Melbourne's variable climate, cooling off after an unseasonably warm Autumn day.
Varietals are different types of coffee plants, each descended from one of the four main coffee species, Arabica, Robusta, Liberica and Excelsia. Varietals feature a range of unique qualities and flavours which have significant impact on the final brew.
For those of you who drink your coffee with non-dairy milk, there’s more choice than ever. The milk you use and how you use it can have a huge impact on the overall taste and texture of your coffee. We put together some tips and tricks for getting the most out of plant-based milk in coffee!
We’re honoured to work with ANEI, a Columbia based indigenous-led Coop who produce Colombia Anei a Fairtrade, Organic coffee with an extraordinary spicy-sweet caramel flavour. ANEI have started a new project, Sacred Sierra, designed to promote sustainable coffee growing in the UNESCO Biosphere reserve of Sierra Nevada de Santa Maria.
Brewing with a Plunger is one of the easiest and most convenient ways to brew at home. It is consistent, delicious, easy to clean up and hard to make a mistake!
We love brewing in this humble, compact little contraption. The Aeropress is simple to use, easy to clean, and brews a straight up delicious coffee time and time again.
Colombia Anei is grown by the Anei Coop, an indigenous led cooperative made up of families belonging to four native communities (Arhuacos, Koguis, Kankuamos and Wiwas) and farmers from the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta and Serranía del Perijá. Guided by their spiritual connection to the land, the Coop has used Fairtrade coffee as a vehicle for change; uplifting communities, reclaiming traditional land and restoring cultural practices for generations to come.