Red Brick | Square Mile Coffee Roasters

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  • Jatoba


    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 16 Mar '17, 1pm

    Sítio Jatoba is a small farm, only 2.4 hectares in size with 2 of them allocated to coffee production. They produce only about 40 bags of coffee per year and we picked up 5 to share with you. The Duarte de Paiva family have been growing coffee for decades, but have only been focusing ...

  • Our end of day #fridayfilter is the delicious Kibingo from Burundi. Peachy and purple.


    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 10 Mar '17, 5pm

    In northern Burundi, only a few miles from the border with Rwanda and close to the Congo-Nile Crest, sits the Kayanza Province. Though coffee grows almost everywhere in Burundi we’ve really enjoyed the delicate, sweet floral hints you get from the more northern crops, this lot from th...

  • Monday started with espresso, Tuesday with milk. Red Brick tasting great in both.

    Red Brick

    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 07 Mar '17, 11am

    Our current seasonal espresso is composed of three different lots of coffee all drawn from different origins. The blend is made up of: 40% Derrubada (Brazil), 40% Serrania (Colombia) and 20% Mulish (Ethiopia). The Mulish contributes distinctive apricot and sweet caramel notes along wi...

  • Our first ever Ecuadorian coffee! Tasting like sweet baked treats and roasting Thursday.


    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 24 Jan '17, 12pm

    The beautiful town of Amaluza is the main parrioquia, or parish, of the canton of Espíndola in Loja, one of the most southern provinces of Ecuador. Loja is not only known as the musical and cultural capital of Ecuador and an area of great natural beauty, it also grows some of its best...

  • We're enjoying our Wegida through a V60 today as our #fridayfilter.


    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 20 Jan '17, 5pm

    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...

  • A new African espresso at Square Mile Coffee - Gitaba from Gitaba station, Burundi.


    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 08 Feb '17, 12pm

    This coffee is from the Gitaba station, which is one of 45 owned by the Kirimiro SOGESTAL (Sociétés de Gestion des Stations de Lavage - washing station management companies). Gitaba is in the Rutana Commune in southern Burundi, in an area with very few other washing stations. To overc...

  • Marty and Anette visited the beautiful Genesis farm last year


    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 03 Jan '17, 5pm

    The beautiful farm and micromill of Genesis sits just outside of Lourdes town high in the West Valley. This picturesque, lush little farm is run after the organic and holistic principles of third generation owners Oscar and Olga. Together with their daughter Lourdes, two grandkids Sun...

  • It may be cold outside but we're staying warm with our #Fridayfilter of Ejo Heza

    Ejo Heza

    shop.squaremilecoffee.com 13 Jan '17, 12pm

    After the genocide in Rwanda, many girls and women were orphaned and widowed, suddenly finding themselves as heads of their families, solely responsible for their households and farms. At the Kopakama washing station, the female members formed a Women’s Committee to support each other...