Arabica Coffee Beans 1kg

$52.00

If you’re looking for locally roasted, fresh Arabica coffee beans here in Perth, look no further. Our Seasonal Roast thoughtfully constructed 50/50 blend of Brazilian and Indian Arabica coffee beans. This is the roast we use in our coffee shop and its a beautiful, well balanced blend that makes a delicious cup of coffee, either black or with milk. Time to call up your mates and get them over for a cuppa!

Rather then having to order every time you’re out of fresh beans, we offer a subscription. Let us know how many kilos you need each month and we’ll send fresh roasted coffee to you on the 1st of every month.

 

A bold and full-bodied flavour profile with tasting notes of caramel, cocoa and almond.

Our Arabica coffee beans are available for purchase in 1kg, 2kg of 6kg recurring monthly subscriptions. Orders will be delivered on the 1st of every month.

Roast Profile:

Brazil, South Minas: Altitude: 1250m ASL Varietal: Catuai and Mundo Novo Processing: Natural India, Karnataka: Altitude: 1300m ASL Varietal: SL795, SL9 Processing: Washed Looking to partner with Cleaver Street for your cafe? Contact us for discounted rates.

Which ground coffee is best for espresso?

When it comes to coffee, it’s hard to differentiate between opinion and fact. Some coffee connoisseurs will tell you ground coffee is better while others prefer buying whole beans and grinding them. Ground coffee is easy to use since you use it straight from the shop. Pre-ground coffee is all about ease and convenience. However, it is hard to dispute the fact that freshly ground coffee reigns supreme. After roasting, coffee beans go stale. That delicious taste and aroma is in the coffee oils. Grinding hastens the process of going stale. Even vacuum-packed ground coffee lacks the freshness that you will obtain when you grind the beans yourself. Three main factors contribute to this dreadful degradation. They are moisture, oxidation and CO2 depletion.

 

What is the best way to store coffee beans?

To get the most out of your fresh arabica coffee beans it's best to take your beans out of their plastic packaging and transfer into either a glass or ceramic airtight container. Ideally, placed in a dark cupboard away from heat, moisture and direct sunlight. Coffee beans are an agricultural product. They are the seeds of a small fruit (often called a ‘coffee cherry’) that grows on a shrub-like plant. They’re harvested and processed on farms in high altitude along the equator where the average temperature is 20°C, soils are rich and fertile with moderate rainfall. Like all agricultural products, coffee beans are best when fresh. The flavours are clear and distinct, the acids are crisp and balanced, and the aromas are vibrant. Because of this, we recommend purchasing in amounts that you will tend to use in a 2 to 3 week period rather than stocking up for months at a time (that may differ if you are looking for bulk coffee beans to buy) However, it doesn’t take long for those flavours to start decaying into a singular ‘muddy’ flavour, for the acids to break down into bitter compounds, and for the aromas to evaporate away. In fact, coffee beans only have 3 to 4 weeks of peak freshness and flavour once they’ve been roasted. Guess how long ground coffee has… 20-30 minutes. That’s right — that bag of coffee grounds may be fresh when you first open it, but by the next morning, it’ll be on its way to stale and dull. This is why it’s always best to buy coffee beans from a source that sends you beans that were roasted in the last few days. Buying off the shelf at grocery stores almost certainly means buying beans that are already four, or even six weeks past roast. Ok, now you're full bottle on coffee bean info I think it's time for a cuppa. Sign up to our monthly subscription of delicious coffee and taste the difference. Ciao!