March 2021 Coffee Guide
Hello and welcome to the March edition of the Dog and Hat Coffee Subscription.
We have some very exciting roasters and coffees for you to look forward to this month... so what are you waiting for, read on for all the details :-)
Please click the link to see the March Dialled In subscription coffee in more detail.
Pop Coffee Works (Toronto, Canada) - El Salvador
This month we are extremely excited to be taking our first trip across the Atlantic to showcase Abe and Lana's Pop Coffee Works roastery in Toronto, Canada.
The first thing you are going to notice about the Pop Coffee Works this month is the amazing pop art graphics on their bags created by local artist Mark Cabuena. Once you've finally come to terms with cutting the top off the bag, you'll be glad to know that Abe's coffee inside is equally impressive.
The coffee we have chosen for this month is a wonderful, super-funky natural process coffee from Anny Ruth Pimental's 'Beneficio Loma' farm in El Salvador with notes of Red Grape and Raisin.
All our subscribers will be receiving this omni-roast coffee to enjoy.
Cloud Gate Coffee (West Yorkshire) - Tanzania
When we head across the Atlantic, we like to balance that distance with a roaster closer to home,.. and this month we are heading across to West Yorkshire to feature Cloud Gate Coffee.
The coffee we have chosen from Steve and John is a fruity and complex washed Tanzania peaberry with notes of Raspberry and Apple. Tanzania is now somewhat synonymous with the peaberry, which is a form of the coffee cherry that contains a single rounded bean instead of the normal flat sided bean.
Again, all our subscribers will be receiving this omni-roast coffee this month.
Missing Bean (Oxford) - Honduras
It's bean a while since we last featured the coffee stylings of Silviu Rad, head of coffee at The Missing Bean roastery in Oxford.
This time Silviu has sourced us a washed Honduras coffee from the famed Mierisch family's Cerro Azul farm in Comayagua region. This coffee introduces a new variety to the subscription - the Java varietal - which is becoming more popular with Central American growers. This coffee has sweet notes of Mandarin, Figs and Caramel.
All our 3 bag members will be receiving this omni-roast coffee.
Carve Coffee (Dorset) - Ethiopia
Finally, for our 4 bag subscribers we are heading to the south coast and the town of Swanage in Dorset. There we find Sophie, Will and their Springer Spaniel Roxy and their adventure-focused Carve Coffee roastery.
The coffee we have chosen from Carve this month is a delicate and floral washed Ethiopian from Banco Gotete in the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia. This coffee has floral notes of Earl Grey and Raspberry.
All our 4 bag members will be receiving this coffee to enjoy.
Dialled In Traditional
Our subscribers on the Traditional subscription this month will be receiving a pulped-natural Brazilian coffee from Abe at Pop Coffee Works and a blend (60% Brazil and 40% Colombia) from Carve Coffee.
Dialled In Decaf
For our Decaf subscribers we have an Ethiopia Swiss Water decaf from Pop Coffee Works alongside a Mexico Mountain Water decaf from Carve Coffee