Introducing our new Single O’s that have hit Fat Poppy Coffee Roasters this week.
First up, we have a peachy number from Ethiopia.
Love peaches and ice-cream? Then you’ll love this one. 🍑
Where is it from? These fruity beans were farmed by a very passionate grower, Tesfaye Bekele. His farm can be found in a region called Shakiso, Guji, which is tucked away in southern Ethiopia.
How should I brew it? Brew it black. Either as a long black or filter coffee.
Batter up malty Nicaragua, you’ve got the spotlight now!
You know the flesh of a fig that has a mild, sweet taste? Wash one down with a vanilla malt milkshake and you’ve got the gist of this one. 🥤
Where is it from? These malty beans have been grown by Dipilto Nueva in a region called Nueva Segovia, in northern Nicaragua, Central America.
Why did we choose this farm? Make a milky flat white or filter coffee.