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All New Roastery

Meet the Beast 

Meet the latest addition to our family: the Beast aka a state-of-the-art Giesen roasting machine. She can now be seen in full swing in our cafe. Our head roasters are so excited they can now experiment and improvise, to develop unique blends and amazing tastes for our house blend, single-origin espressos, and pour-over coffees.

GET YOUR BEANS

All New Roastery

Meet the Beast 

Meet the latest addition to our family: the Beast aka a state-of-the-art Giesen roasting machine. She can now be seen in full swing in our cafe. Our head roasters are so excited they can now experiment and improvise, to develop unique blends and amazing tastes for our house blend, single-origin espressos, and pour-over coffees.

GET YOUR BEANS

In focus

Bali Beans 

Bali has always been a magical place for us. That feeling grew even stronger after meeting Nyoman, the owner of the Bali Beans coffee plantation in the hills of Kintamani. He and his family produce natural coffee by combining their deep knowledge about the rich soil of the hills and modern techniques their youngest daughter discovered overseas. Now we are so excited that we can buy their beans directly from the farm and help the family to spread their reach a little further.

In focus

Bali Beans 

Bali has always been a magical place for us. That feeling grew even stronger after meeting Nyoman, the owner of the Bali Beans coffee plantation in the hills of Kintamani. He and his family produce natural coffee by combining their deep knowledge about the rich soil of the hills and modern techniques their youngest daughter discovered overseas. Now we are so excited that we can buy their beans directly from the farm and help the family to spread their reach a little further.

Kintamani, Bali

Philosophy

Bali Beans coffee is grown by local Balinese farmers who practice the ‘Subak Abian’ method of farming, which means they work together in a local co-operative, to support one another, to share knowledge and resources. Subaks live by the Balinese philosophy of ‘Tri Hita Karana’ (the three sources of prosperity), which states the relationship between three elements can bring peace and happiness. Those three elements are Man, Nature and God.

Kintamani, Bali

Philosophy

Bali Beans coffee is grown by local Balinese farmers who practice the ‘Subak Abian’ method of farming, which means they work together in a local co-operative, to support one another, to share knowledge and resources. Subaks live by the Balinese philosophy of ‘Tri Hita Karana’ (the three sources of prosperity), which states the relationship between three elements can bring peace and happiness. Those three elements are Man, Nature and God.

Talking coffee

Team

Meet Daniel, head of the Coffee & Coconuts roasting team. He drinks coffee, he breathes coffee, he dreams coffee. We found him wandering the coffee plantations in Bali and we knew from the start: we need to take him home to Amsterdam. Lucky for us he was ready to share his view on coffee and roasting with us. Stop by in our shop for a chat with him or read about his thoughts and coffee adventures on his blog.

Talking coffee

Team

Meet Daniel, head of the Coffee & Coconuts roasting team. He drinks coffee, he breathes coffee, he dreams coffee. We found him wandering the coffee plantations in Bali and we knew from the start: we need to take him home to Amsterdam. Lucky for us he was ready to share his view on coffee and roasting with us. Stop by in our shop for a chat with him or read about his thoughts and coffee adventures on his blog.