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Red Brick | Square Mile Coffee Roasters

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  • Tasting like cherries and hazelnuts, the sticky sweet Sitio Caxixe is now live!

    Sitio Caxixe

    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 21 Jun '16, 11am

    The Caxixe farm has been in the Altoé family for 4 generations, since their Italian patriarchs bought the property and started coffee production 90 years ago. Their 30 hectares of coffee produce about 400 bags per year of both semi washed and washed Catuai. Today, under the management...

  • Pouso Alto: An unusually juicy, fruity, clean coffee from the Espirito Santo region. Recommended.

    Pouso Alto

    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 18 Jun '16, 12pm

    Deneval is currently the 5th generation looking after this 12.5 hectare farm in Pequiá. The family have been focused on specialty coffee since 2010, when they planted 8 hectares of Catuai and invested in new processing methods such as raised drying beds, something that is still unusua...

  • Our latest single origin espresso is the Sitio Catitu, available now, and tasting like dessert. Roasting Monday 20th

    Sitio Catitu

    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 17 Jun '16, 12pm

    The 33 hectare Catitu farm outside Conceição do Castelo city has only been in the Vazzoler family’s hands for 8 years, but in that time they have made great improvements to the quality of the coffee produced there. After investing heavily in the groundwork of soil health and water pre...

  • Varieties in coffee can be a bit confusing. Here’s a map to help you navigate them all: https://t.co/WYuqXpfWh6

    variety family tree timeline

    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 09 Jun '16, 12pm

    The world of coffee varieties is both fascinating and complex. This poster, created by James Hoffmann, is both a family tree of coffee varieties, as well as a timeline of their evolution and creation. A1 poster on 250gsm silk finish paper, every coffee lover should have one.

  • The bursting with fruit Kiamabara espresso is like summer in a cup.

    Kiamabara AA

    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 11 Jun '16, 6pm

    The Kiamabara washing station outside Kabare town in Gichugu, Nyeri, is the collection point for around 4,800 active smallholder members. Established in 1995, it has consistently produced some of the best lots of coffee in the area and we’re very excited to have picked up this small s...

  • Bursting with nectarine, peach and honey: Wegida is why we love coffee from Ethiopia. Roasting and shipping Monday!

    Wegida

    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 10 Jun '16, 3pm

    This grade 1 Yirgacheffe is from a group of about 650 farmers in the Gediyo zone of Yirgacheffe. Like the vast majority of Ethiopian coffee, it comes from subsistence small holders who have about 2 hectares of trees each, while also growing other food crops, timber, and raising some l...

  • The Poulso Alto is now live, expect plums aplenty!

    Poulso Alto

    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 15 Jun '16, 9am

    Deneval is currently the 5th generation looking after this 12.5 hectare farm in Pequiá. The family have been focused on specialty coffee since 2010, when they planted 8 hectares of Catuai and invested in new processing methods such as raised drying beds, something that is still unusua...

  • The beautiful backdrop to the Kagumoini factory in Nyeri.

    Kagumoini PB

    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 22 May '16, 11am

    We’re very excited to once again be able to share with you some coffee from one of our favourite Kenyan washing stations, the Kagumoini factory in Nyeri! The some 1000 members of Kagumoini are small, with only about 250 trees each on average. But with the advantage of deep, rich volca...

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