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Ethiopian coffee from Telita washing station

Ethiopian coffee from Telita washing station

Filter & Espresso. Tasting notes: Peach compote, vanilla, tarte tatin . Origen: Jimma – Ethiopia. Height: 2,000 masl. Variety: Red Gibirinna 74110 & Serto 74112. Process: Washed. Producers: Smallholders. Telila is the washing station run by Mike Mamo, an agronomist specialising in the cultivation of specialty coffees

Fraijanes coffee from finca La Nueva Montaña

Fraijanes coffee from finca La Nueva Montaña

Filter & Espresso. Tasting notes: Strawberry jam, tamarind, jelly bean. Origen: Fraijanes-Guatemala. Height: 1,550-1,850 masl. Variety: Red Catuaí. Process: Natural. Producers: Antonio Gonzales & Eby Aracely. La Nueva Montaña is the name of the farm run by Antonio and Eby.

Red Catuai from renowned farm Santa Rosa 1900

Red Catuai from renowned farm Santa Rosa 1900

Filter & Espresso Candied lemon, magnolia, baked apple  Tarrazú  1.900 masl.  Red Catuaí  Reposado & Whased  Naranjo Family  Red Catuai from renowned farm Santa Rosa 1900Santa Rosa 1900 is the name of the processing plant founded by Efraín Naranjo and his family. It owes its name to...

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Knowledge and coffee culture

10 Coffee Benefits Backed by Science

10 Coffee Benefits Backed by Science

The benefits of coffee -or its possible harms- are a common conversation among coffee enthusiasts. And everyone has their own opinion. We want to give you the arguments, backed by science, so that no one ruins this great little pleasure for you..10 Coffee Benefits Backed by Science The English...

Coffee Grinders

Coffee Grinders

Coffee Grinders The Gilgamesh poem, whose composition is dated around 2500 BC., is the oldest epic narrative and one of the earliest examples of literary fiction. In one of its parts, the hero, Gilgamesh, plunges into the depths of the Persian Gulf to search for the "flower of immortality". These...

The origin of coffee, history and legend

The origin of coffee, history and legend

The origin of coffee, history and legendThe philosopher's stone, the Opus magnum of the alchemists, the legendary substance that everyone was looking for, capable of turning lead into gold and granting eternal youth to whoever obtained it, is a legend with a mystical foundation. The history of the...

10 great documentaries about coffee you have to watch

10 great documentaries about coffee you have to watch

Documentaries are great to educate yourself in an entertaining way. They offer us a glimpse into worlds that we would not otherwise know. They can tell great stories in a real way, without having to sacrifice audiovisual quality. From nature documentaries to those with social content, when they are well done…

Ground Coffee all you need to know in 2022

Ground Coffee all you need to know in 2022

Ground CoffeeMarco Polo is one of the best-known travellers and merchants, even though his travels took place in the 13th century. During his many trips, which led him to travel around Asia, especially present-day Mongolia and China, Marco Polo always traded. He travelled along the Silk Road and...

Coffee and cinema: a passionate relationship

Coffee and cinema: a passionate relationship

Coffee and cinema: a passionate relationshipEs conocido entre la gente del cine que las cámaras son caprichosas, hay cosas que les gustan y cosas que no. Por ejemplo, a una cámara le gusta cuando la brisa mece las hojas de un árbol. La primera escena de la película ‘A Bittersweet Life’ del coreano...

What is Cold Brew Coffee and how to make it

What is Cold Brew Coffee and how to make it

"Give me a sun, I care not how hot, and sherbat, I care not how cool, and my Heaven is as easily made as your Persian’s." Lord Byron wrote these words in 1813 praising the sherbat, a popular drink in the Middle East since the early Middle Ages. In 1626, the philosopher Francis Bacon had already...

Anaerobic coffee fermentation

Anaerobic coffee fermentation

Anaerobic coffee fermentation Did you know that your muscles ferment? Well, maybe they should ferment. When you exercise very intensively (the kind of intense that makes you stiff the next day) your muscles produce lactic acid. Lactic acid is produced by glycolysis: the breakdown of carbohydrates...

Whole Bean Coffee

Whole Bean Coffee

Imagine that you have been entrusted with a message and asked to keep it a secret. It is in an envelope and addressed to a specific person. To deliver it you have to travel and find that person. Throughout the trip, you struggle to keep the message hidden, but you do everything possible so that it...

Specialty Coffee

Specialty Coffee

Specialty Coffee. Not All Coffees Are EqualAll coffees are equal, but some coffees are more equal than others. We wanted to start by paraphrasing George Orwell, with this sentence taken from his satirical novel ‘Animal farm’, because it will help us understand what specialty coffee is. All coffees...

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Initiatives and collaborations

Ineffable Coffee by LITTLE

Ineffable Coffee by LITTLE

Ineffable Coffee by LITTLEA world of coffee inspired by love and magicWe are super excited to launch a new collaboration with local artist Pablo Rodríguez ‘LITTLE’ where we delve into his beautiful world of magic and unconditional love in a universe of coffee. To talk about Little's work is not to...

Support your local Coffee Shop

Support your local Coffee Shop

Support your local Coffee ShopBuy Ineffable Coffee online by using the code of your favorite coffee shop and they will receive 20% of your purchase. Big thanks to all of you who have supported and shared this small initiative to help those specialty coffee shops that were forced to close their...

New Packaging same philosophy

New Packaging same philosophy

New Packaging same philosophy Ineffable Coffee Roasters matures and evolves. Maintaining the same philosophy of traceability and respect for the product and producers, we present a new image.The change in packaging is born primarily out of the need to move towards a responsible packaging system,...

Design and packaging: by Los Tipejos

Design and packaging: by Los Tipejos

Design and packaging: by Los Tipejos Our view on specialty coffee is that it is a lot more than just a regular cup of coffee. It is a process that involves the whole coffee chain, from seed to cup. A philosophy based on total respect for the product and the hard work of the people involved and...

The name of Ineffable Coffee Roasters

The name of Ineffable Coffee Roasters

The name of Ineffable Coffee Roasters The word Ineffable does reference to a feeling, causing much emotion, specially pleasure that goes beyond words. It is something unique and original that breaks the norm. In Andalucia, it is almost inevitable to have grown up drinking large quantities of...

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Coffees we’ve worked with

Ethiopian coffee from Telita washing station

Ethiopian coffee from Telita washing station

Filter & Espresso. Tasting notes: Peach compote, vanilla, tarte tatin . Origen: Jimma – Ethiopia. Height: 2,000 masl. Variety: Red Gibirinna 74110 & Serto 74112. Process: Washed. Producers: Smallholders. Telila is the washing station run by Mike Mamo, an agronomist specialising in the cultivation of specialty coffees

Fraijanes coffee from finca La Nueva Montaña

Fraijanes coffee from finca La Nueva Montaña

Filter & Espresso. Tasting notes: Strawberry jam, tamarind, jelly bean. Origen: Fraijanes-Guatemala. Height: 1,550-1,850 masl. Variety: Red Catuaí. Process: Natural. Producers: Antonio Gonzales & Eby Aracely. La Nueva Montaña is the name of the farm run by Antonio and Eby.

Huehuetenango coffee produced at Finca Mumuxa

Huehuetenango coffee produced at Finca Mumuxa

Filter & Espresso. Tasting notes: Pink Lady, grapes, gummy bear. Origen: Huehuetenango-Guatemala. Height: 1,750-1,850 masl. Variety: Caturra. Process: Washed. Producers: Alonso Ramírez. The humid climate this creates at the farm throughout the year is ideal for growing high-quality coffee.

Guatemalan coffee from Las Brisas farm

Guatemalan coffee from Las Brisas farm

Filter. Tasting notes: Custard, hazelnut, chocolate. Origen: Fraijanes-Guatemala. Height: 1,600-1,700 masl.. Variety: Pache, Catuaí. Process: Washed. Producers: Marvin Carias. A farm located near the department of Mataquescuintla, in the Jalapa region, south-east of the Republic of Guatemala.

Rugali anoxic natural a competition lot from Rwanda

Rugali anoxic natural a competition lot from Rwanda

Filter & espresso. Tasting notes: Tutti Frutti, fig, wine gums. Origen: Nyamasheke-Rwanda. Height: 1,450-1,6800 masl. Variety: Red Bourbon. Process: Natural Anoxic 48h. Producers: Smallholders. A coffee from Rwanda is almost always a safe bet, but in this case it is not only safe, it is a winning bet.

A clean and floral coffee from Yandaro Burundi

A clean and floral coffee from Yandaro Burundi

Filter & espresso. Creme caramel, mandarin, magnolia. Origen: Kayanza-Burundi. Height: 1,800 masl. Variety: Red Bourbon. Process: Washed. Producers: Smallholders. Yandaro is the name of a washing station that is located in the province of Kayanza, in Burundi and near the border with Rwanda

Suke Quto a community coffee

Suke Quto a community coffee

Filter & espresso. Peach, vanilla, panela. Origen: Guji. Height: 1,800 – 2,200 masl. Variety: Kurume, Welicho. Process: Washed. Producers: Smallholders. Suke Quto is the name of the washing station established by Tesfaye Bekele, one of the pioneers of coffee cultivation in the Guji region of the Shakisso.

Boji a coffee from Yirgacheffe

Boji a coffee from Yirgacheffe

Filter & espresso. Berries, honey, jasmine. Origin: Yirgacheffe. Altitude: 2,100 – 2,300 masl. Variety: Heirloom. Process: Natural. Producer: Small producers. Boji is the name of a washing station in Kochere, a district of Ethiopia known for the quality of its coffees.

Karani AB a kenyan coffee grown in volcanic soil

Karani AB a kenyan coffee grown in volcanic soil

Filter. Apricot, mandarin, white chocolate. Origin: Kirinyaga. Altitude: 1,700 – 1,800 masl. Variety: SL28 & SL34. Process: Washed. Smallholders. Harvest 2021.Karani is the name of the factory (in Kenya they call coffee mills factories) located in the Kirinyaga region where this coffee…

Specialty coffee from Sao Silvestre Brazil

Specialty coffee from Sao Silvestre Brazil

Espresso. White chocolate, biscuit, plum. Serra do Salitre 1,220 aslm. Yellow Icatú. Pulped natural. Andrade Brothers. Specialty coffee from Sao Silvestre Brazil. São Silvestre means Immaculate Wildness and it’s the name this farm was given by its owners, the Andrade brothers due to its natural…

New seasonal espresso from Chontalí in Peru

New seasonal espresso from Chontalí in Peru

Espresso. Chocolate, orange, orange blossom. Cajamarca. 1,700 – 2,000 masl. Caturra, Catimor, Typica. Washed. Small producers. New seasonal espresso from Chontalí in Peru. Estela de Chontalí is a small town in the Chontali district, which is located in the northern part of the Jaén province, Cajamarca…

Kangurumai a volcanic coffee from Muranga

Kangurumai a volcanic coffee from Muranga

FilterTropical fruits, honey, hibiscus  Muranga  1,500 - 1,630 masl.  SL28, SL34, Batian  Washed  Small producers Kangurumai un café de terreno volcánico en Muranga Kangurumai is the name of the mill operated by the Kangurumai Cooperative Society, a cooperative...

Direct trade anaerobic fermentation coffee

Direct trade anaerobic fermentation coffee

Filter & Espresso 48 hours: Cola, pear, vanilla 120 hours: Cola, applesauce, rum    Apaneca-Ilamatepec  1,450 – 1,640 masl.  Red Bourbon  Anaerobic Natural 48 hours  Anaerobic Natural 120 hours  Ruffatti Family Direct trade anaerobic fermentation coffeethanks...

Idido Coffee from Yirgacheffe Region

Idido Coffee from Yirgacheffe Region

Idido Coffee from Yirgacheffe RegionThe Idido washing station is named after the small town in which it is located. Idido is located in the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia, a place well known for the quality of its coffees. The Idido washing station is a cooperative...

Daanisa Is a Tree and a Specialty Coffee

Daanisa Is a Tree and a Specialty Coffee

Daanisa Is a Tree and a Specialty CoffeeDaanisa is the name of an umbrella-shaped tree under which coffee is planted in the Guji region of Ethiopia. This allows the coffee plants to grow in the shade of this indigenous medicinal tree. Is also the name given to a...

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Events
Andalusia AeroPress Championship 2021

Andalusia AeroPress Championship 2021

The Andalusia AeroPress Championship 2021 took place this year on July 3rd. After last year’s break, due to the circumstances that we all know, we were very excited for this edition. It has become an important date for all coffee lovers in Andalusia. Due to the safety measures that we still had to take , this year we decided…

Andalucía AeroPress Championship 2019

Andalucía AeroPress Championship 2019

Last June 22nd we celebrated the Andalusia AeroPress Championship 2019 in Ineffable Coffee. Once again we had the pleasure of having great baristas, toasters and enthusiasts from our growing coffee community in Andalusia. The competition was a success and was full of beautiful moments, hugs,...

Andalucía AeroPress Championship 2018

Andalucía AeroPress Championship 2018

Andalucía AeroPress Championship 2018 On June 30th 2018 we celebrated the first AeroPress championship in history in Andalusia. We had a great time! We celebrated it in our roaster, Ineffable Coffee, with music, food, beer, lots of coffee and above all, with all of you, the best baristas and...

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  • Telila - Ethiopia - Washed. Grown at 2,000 masl
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    Telila – Ethiopia – Washed

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  • S.S. Carbonic 168h - Maceración - Brasil. Cosecha 2021
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    S.S. Carbonic 168h – Maceration – Brazil

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  • La Nueva Montaña - Guatemala - Natural
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    La Nueva Montaña – Guatemala – Natural

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  • Shoondhisa - Ethiopia - Natural. Harvest 2022
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    Shoondhisa – Ethiopia – Natural

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  • Santa Rosa 1900 Reposado - Costa Rica - Reposado & Washed
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    Santa Rosa 1900 – Costa Rica – Reposado & Washed

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  • Mumuxa - Guatemala - Washed, harvest 2022
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    Mumuxa – Guatemala – Washed

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  • Yandaro Burundi Variedad Red Bourbon Cosecha 2021
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    Yandaro – Burundi – Washed

    12,0042,00 VAT included
  • Lombardía 120h - El Salvador - Natural anaerobic 120h
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    Lombardía 120h – El Salvador – Natural anaerobic 120h

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  • Las Brisas - Guatemala - Washed
    Espresso

    Las Brisas – Guatemala – Washed

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  • São Silvestre Brazil Yellow Icatú Harvest 2021
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    São Silvestre – Brazil – Pulped Natural

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  • Huila Decaffeinated - Colombia. Harvest 2021
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    Huila Decaffeinated – Colombia

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