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Know where your coffee comes from
Hand roasted to give perfect colour and aroma
Largest coffee selection
Largest African coffee selection in Finland.
Simba Special – Kenya
This excellent coffee is from Kenya’s Kirinyaga, in Kyambu. The crop is grown at 1,600m above sea level. This coffee is associated with nuances of chocolate and blackcurrant combined with balanced acidity.
from: 12,50 €
100% Arabica coffee from southern Rwanda, near the Burundi border, in the Nyungwe natural forest. The variety is known for its classic Bourbon cherries. Many Rwandan beans come from this area. We love roasting this coffee a bit darker as the taste becomes full and earthy with nuances of dark chocolate.
from: 11,90 €
Ethiopia Guji Coffee
Guji is an area in Oromia, southern Ethiopia. Guji coffee has proved to be a perfect alternative to espresso and filter brew. It is well suited for blending due to its sweetness and fruity flavours. It is sweet with notes of berries, citrus fruits and hints of chocolate.
from: 12,00 €
John’s road to coffee
John started with a small coffee shop in 2016 in Punavuori. Originally, he used coffee from local roasters to understand the type of coffee that Finns enjoyed. After a year he invested in a small coffee roaster of his own. Then just two years later, with his volume increasing, he upgraded to a bigger, more advanced roaster machine.
After coffee has been roasted, it takes days to perfect. Hand roasted in precise conditions, monitoring colour, smell and form, to produce a coffee that looks clean and feels smooth in the cup.
Time and attention to detail are vital to bring out the quality, to make sure that you can taste the difference with every sip.
John’s Coffee is for
- Coffee lovers who can’t start a day without a cup of smooth quality coffee.
- People who love and appreciate the value that quality coffee adds to their lifestyle.
- People who have tasted the difference and can’t go back to drinking regular coffee
- People who care where their coffee comes from. Farming, picking, processing, and roasting all the way to the cup.
- People who love experimenting manual brewing and enjoy sharing good times with friends and families over good coffee.
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