This week's roast along we cook and dive straight into tasting a few different origins, varietals, and a coffee that's not an R-E-A-L coffee although tastes amazing. To Jame's surprise, our Blue #Barty Organic the Swiss Washed a Peruvian from Alto Palomar totally flips expectations. We also properly geek out about the science of coffee while openly discussing mental health at home, personally, and in the office.
A four-part mini-series with James Earnshaw, in this Episode 8.01 we don't waste any time getting to understand Jame's palate and coffee preference. James enjoys drinking really strong coffee so we taste a few singles, open a can of nitro 254 Whisky and compare it to an award-winning specialty Peruvian decaf; two very different styles of coffee which have been released to specifically disrupt and break down barriers.
James and I have known one another for a few years now, have become close friends, having worked together in big business, we're finding ourselves pushing boundaries, personally in our own lives as well as in business using our XD (Experience Design) tech brains transforming teams, ways of working through empathy and understanding mental health.
Episode 8.01 Breaking Down Barriers
Episode 8.03 We Roast the Pink #Barty & Discuss Mental Health
We taste the Blue #Barty a Peruvian Alto Palomar Organic, 254 Whisky Gunfire Coffee, and roast and cup the Pink #Barty from Ethiopia Harrar an all Natural funky single specifically picked for James palate. Again, all our profiles are single-origin's that you can find in our online coffee store.
#Barty has spent months perfecting this roast profile with love for you guys, it’s my little way to continue to give back, paying it forward, getting to our original target of $110K for Reachout.com.au
As such all orders are made to order from our very own micro-roastery in Darlinghurst.