Welcome to the Dog and Hat 4th birthday extravaganza and this month on the subscription we are celebrating upcoming and emerging origins from across the world of coffee.
Our goal is to break down your preconceptions of some of the lesser known coffee regions with both some amazing coffees and unusual processing methods.
To accomplish this, we will be taking you on a coffee journey across South East Asia and the Pacific Rim taking in China, Indonesia, Myanmar and East Timor.
Adding to the intrigue and mystery we also have Washed, Black Honey, and even a Carbonic Maceration (Anaerobic) processing method for you to try.
Hello and welcome to the June edition of the Dog and Hat Coffee Subscription where we have some more fantastic coffee lined up for your enjoyment... and we even have 4 new roasters for you this month (well, one is kind of a returning roaster, but this is their first fully featured appearance).
First up we head down to London where we are thrilled to get the chance to finally partner with Kiss the Hippo.
Then we head up to the shores of East Lothian on the East Coast of Scotland to showcase the wonderful team at Steampunk Coffee.
From there we head down to Witney in Oxfordshire to feature UE Coffee Roasters (and a returning firm favourite coffee).
Finally we head further down to the wilds of Wiltshire to include one of the most requested roasters in the UK (based on chatting with our customers) - the wonderful Casey, Fi and the team at Girls Who Grind Coffee.
Hello and welcome to the May edition of the Dog and Hat Coffee Subscription.
This month the subscription coffee has a distinctly international feel to it as we take our first trip of the year across the North Sea to Amsterdam showcasing the amazing team at Lot61 coffee roasters with their Ethiopia Natural.
We then head down the M1 to West Sussex to feature returning members' favourite Craft House Coffee and the Rwanda Washed they sourced just for us.
For the 3 bag slot we have a coffee with a great story direct from the Fazenda Mio farm in Brazil roasted for them by Nick Mabey (UK SCA Roasters Champion 2018) at Assembly Coffee in Brixton, London.
Finally we take our first trip to Leicester to feature St Martin's Burundi washed.
Hello and welcome to the April edition of the Dog and Hat Coffee Subscription.
This month we welcome back Tom and Mick at Red Bank over in the Lake District with a world-exclusive coffee. We then head up to our favourite coffee city, Edinburgh, to showcase Machina before landing in London to feature both Old Spike and 39 Steps.
So go ahead, have a read for all the info:-)
There's also the rare opportunity to get hold of a bag of coffee all the way from Cat and Cloud in sunny Santa Cruz, California.
We have two new roasters joining the Dog & Hat family this month - Climpson and Sons and Sendero Coffee, both from London.
Climpson and Sons are a staple of the London speciality coffee scene having been around since 2002. Sendero Coffee are experts in coffee sourcing and travel the world looking for more obscure origins and coffees. They have partnered with our good friends Pharmacie Coffee down in Hove to bring their coffee vision to life.
Returning to join the newbies this month are Heart & Graft from Manchester and Dusty Ape from Wiltshire.
This month sees the return of two roasters that first graced the Dog & Hat subscriptions way back in October 2017 for Edition #1… we always reserve a very special welcome for Ste at Django Coffee Co. in Southport and Lisa and the crew at Dear Green in Glasgow (who have just organised yet another triumphant Glasgow Coffee Festival).
Returning to join these perennial favourites are Dave Stanton at Crankhouse Coffee in Exeter and Sadiq Merchant from Amoret Coffee in Notting Hill.
This month we are bringing in two new roasters alongside two returning favourites and also debuting our 'Dialled In Dark(er)' sub. For our new Dialled In Dark(er) subscription we are opening up with a strong pairing of the Wolfox 'Mr Wolf' blend (notes of Hazelnut and Honey, low acidity and a clean finish with hint of Cinnamon) and the Hundred House Coco blend (a chocolate bomb espresso, made for milk!)
Take a close look at the link on the website, we have dedicated filter and espresso roasts coming in this month, more details below:
For the coffee this month we’re bringing in 1 new roaster, 3 returning favourites, and a selection of 6 coffees from 5 different origins (plus 2 new origins for our decaf options) phew, its complicated, read on!
First up is our new roaster for the month – a lot of people have been asking for this one and we’re pleased to finally oblige. So, everyone please give a warm welcome to Colonna Coffee from Bath.