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Our House Darker Roast is a rich Brazilian coffee, perfect for those that love a rich espresso or like to add milk to their coffee to create a latte, cappuccino, flat white or any array of coffee-based drinks. With chocolate undertones and a hazelnut and macadamia nut finish, you'll be surprised with the explosion of flavour this rich Yellow Bourbon varietal offers. We believe everyone should get the speciality coffee experience at home, so whether you like sweet and nutty tasting notes or something more tea-like we've got something for you.
Brazilian Coffee Beans / Medium Dark Roast
Tasting Notes. Chocolate / Hazelnut / Macadamia
Roast. Darker Espresso Roast
Brew Type. Espresso then Filter
Varietals. Yellow Bourbon
Altitude. 1000 - 1100m
Learn more about Brazilian coffee
The beans have been naturally dried in the sunny hills of the Serra de Mantiquera Region at an altitude of 1000 - 1100m. This process enhances the natural flavours of the crop. All in all, this is a brilliant all rounder for those that enjoy espresso-based beverages as well as those who like a strong, black, filter brew. Treat yourself to something special.
We roast coffee every Monday and Tuesday in Dorset. Our coffee roaster roasts in small batches, helping us ensure every bean is roasted to perfection. We take specialty coffee seriously, quality-checking (with our mouths) every batch before it's rested, bagged and delivered to your door.
What is specialty coffee?
Specialty coffee is any coffee that is graded 80 or above on a 100 point scale. All of our coffee's have achieved scores above 85 points and we are proud to be members of the Specialty Coffee Association.
What is single origin coffee?
If your coffee is single origin, it means that the beans can be traced back to any one farmer or distinct region. Think of it like wine, you can have a true St. Emilion where all the grapes used to make the wine come from one vineyard... Or you could have a Bordeaux blend that uses grapes from different vineyards.
Is single origin coffee better than coffee blends?
The main reason we think single origin coffee is better is because you can get a distinctive taste from the beans. There are no flavours competing with each other and you can trace every coffee bean back to it's original roots. Single origin coffees are commended for their purity and high quality amongst specialty roasters.
Can I use filter ground coffee in a cafetiere?
Yes. Many roasters recommend opting for a finer grind size when brewing using a cafetiere. Our filter ground coffee option is perfect for use in a cafetiere. The metal filter is still fine enough to prevent sediment passing into the final cup whilst optimising the cleanliness of the extraction, delivering a smooth, crisp cup of coffee. We recommend brewing for slightly less time when using a finer grind size, aiming for approximately 4 minutes as opposed to the usual 6-minute brewing time.
What is the best coffee to use for a cafetiere?
Due to individual preferences and personal taste, there is really no such thing as the ‘best coffee to use for a cafetiere’, everyone will have their own favourite. Our dark roast coffee makes for a great brew if you enjoy adding milk to your coffee. The sweetness of the milk compliments the strong undertones of the dark roast, creating a rich, full-bodied taste. Our house dark roast coffee originates from Brazil and encompasses the tasting notes of chocolate, hazelnut and macadamia.
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At Barista & Co, we only use high grade, single origin coffee that we would be happy to drink ourselves. We ensure excellence when it comes to specialty coffee by working with community-driven independent farms, roasting in small batches and quality-checking every bean.
We roast our coffee fresh every Monday and Tuesday, and leave the beans to rest for 48 hours for a better tasting brew.
We asked 1,000 people what their favourite coffee was and they all said darker roast. However, we ran a blind taste test at Barista & Co Social. The results surprised us! Most people said they preferred Our House Lighter Roast. Why not try them both?
600+ People Would Recommend Barista & Co Coffee to a Friend
Just love the way the beans are roasted just for me (well there may be others in the batch) then posted to me asap. I didn’t think I’d be able to taste the difference but I can and it’s worth the little extra. Communication is also excellent to ensure the service is what I require.January 2023
Great team in the Ringwood Coffee shop/office. Always welcoming, full of enthusiasm and a real desire to share their expert knowledge of great coffee.
Thank you for the education, I can now make my perfect coffee at home, I love your single origin light roast, my personal favourite.December 2022
Consistently good coffee beans at a very reasonable price with discounts on future purchases through the "Free Beans" system. Very close to dropping the other supplier and going all in with a Barista and Co subscription.December 2022
The postman doesn’t have to knock twice when the barista coffee arrives.January 2023
Lovey shop, great coffee and friendly and helpful staff. Took a lot of time to talk me through my coffee and coffee machine choice based on my likes, ability and budget.
When I ordered my coffee beans they kindly contacted the warehouse that day to see if my order could be added to that days roast so I didn’t have to wait a week for great coffee at home! 👍November 2022
Excellent communications. Excellent coffee and the fact that it is ethically sourced makes it all the better.November 2022
I have always had a great experience with Barista & Co, their client service and quality of coffee is amazing and I enjoy their selection of coffee. From their coffee to the packaging!November 2022