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Come on a journey with us to explore the most delicious and exciting coffees that the world has to offer.  We'll be seeking to provide you with some of the best coffees available, learning as we go, about the geographies, processes and especially the growers who make coffee special.

When brewed properly, it can be a bit like magic. We carefully select a different origin each month that meets our high standards for excellent coffee that cares for people and the planet.

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June's feature coffee: Indonesia's Avotara Carbonic Natural

by Strangers

Orange Blossom / Honey / Trifle

Altitude - 1500 MASL

Region - Aceh, Sumatra

Process - Carbonic  Natural

Varietal - Typica

 

The carbonic natural method involves filling sealed vessels with carbon dioxide and then adding whole coffee cherries, in this oxygen-free environment the berries begin to ferment from the inside. The idea is to break down the inside layers of the fruit and soak all of the juice into the seeds in a controlled fermentation.

This washing station and farm belonging to Hendra and his family is an island of specialty experimental processed coffee in a sea of conventional wet hulled coffee the area is typically known for. Hendra’s father, Hamdan moved to the area in 2006 from Banda Aceh and then bought some land in the sub district of Pegasing to start growing coffee. This move initiated a spark in his son Hendra who then started to work with his father in 2010 and soon began to start experimenting with washed coffees after researching old literature and seeking help from others in Indonesia who were moving away from the wet hulled processing and really highlighting the characteristics such coffees can have.

From this Hendra and the family have invested heavily in the farm but more specifically the post harvesting facilities where with some help of funding they have built a small wet will with two pulpers, gravitational washing channels and several raised beds in large poly tunnels for drying the coffee. Hendra has continued to experiment and now has around 8 – 10 different processes that he produces. The small washing station will produce up to 40 tons of green coffee every year. The coffee is purchased from 70 farmers around the area who want to work with Hendra and pick ripe cherry as he has incentivised them to do this by rewarding good picking. If any farmers have travelled further to get to Hendra’s farm then they are paid extra for this as well.

Carbonic Maceration

The coffee that is selected comes from the best farmers around Hendra who pick excellent ripe cherry and are based at the highest altitude. For such good selection Hendra pays them a premium.

The cherries are put into plastic fermentation tanks, and CO2 is inserted to push out all of the oxygen. The cherries are fermented for 70 - 80 hours.

The coffee is then placed on raised beds and dried for 20 - 25 days on raised beds with regular turning in a drying tent where the temperature is monitored.

Before being placed into bags the coffee is then put through a density table twice to help remove immature beans and then goes through two rounds of hand picking to make sure it is clean and of specialty standard.

 

About the roaster:

Strangers Coffee Company was established in 2009 by Alex Sargeant and Samuel Maddocks with William Maddocks later joining the team in 2014. They have set up a multi award-winning coffee shop & roastery which are located in the Norwich Lanes, as well as opening third location found on the other side of the city centre on All Saints Green. The three brothers have spent over a decade learning the skills of the industry, focusing on the quality & ethics of the coffees they source, roast and serve.

 

The Goodery coffee is absolutely incredible. The beans have obviously had a lot of love and care put into the roasting, the picking and the delivery. Josh really cares about his coffee, and his customers and wants to ensure that they are seeing the bigger picture behind what they are drinking. The fact that the coffee is sustainable, zero-emissions, packaged beautifully and easily one of the tastiest around as well as being carefully curated each month, makes it all the better. Not only does it smell great, taste delicious, it looks damn cool on your kitchen work-top.

 - Alex

 

The difference of speciality

For many coffee is just a daily dose of caffeine, but we see it as an opportunity to become truly present, to connect with something special and to support an art form that provides economic and environmental resilience for farming communities around the world.

High quality organic coffee grown to speciality standards is something truly unique. We’ve been amazed at the diversity and complexity of flavour when it’s grown, roasted and brewed with care.

There’s something profound that happens when you get the right bean, at the right grind size, with the right temperature water and the right dose. It’s like magic.

I've enjoyed making a ritual out of it and my son loves the whole process. I can’t wait to share this joy with more people and invite others into this dance of soil, people and bean. 

 -John

Choose your grind

We recommend grinding at home, just before you brew for freshness, but we can also grind the way you like it according to your method of brewing, from a fine 'stove-top' grind to a coarse french press grind and anything in between. If you need any help with choosing the right grind the head to our coffee community page. Get your hands on your own grinder here.

Most of our grocery items are sold loose in the box or in (completely recyclable) paper bags.

If you want to buy one of our stylish reusable containers to store your dry goods, tea or coffee, find them here.

 

Product information and photographs are for general advice and illustrative purposes. From time to time packaging, recipes and ingredients may vary and change and the information on this site may not be as up to date as we would like it to be.


Have you noticed that this information is out of date or inaccurate? If so email us at support@goodery.co.uk with a link to the product and any inaccurate information you've found. We'll fix it ASAP!

Why Goodery?

Support local business

The pandemic is an opportunity to show support for local businesses. Rather than buying from large supermarket chains, let's support small, independent vendors with high ethical standards.

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We believe that organic agriculture is the only viable way to sustain human life on earth for the future. No toxic chemicals, just good, healthy soil and happy farmers.

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We believe that good food tastes better with others. That's why we've created communities passionate about things like organic coffee and more....

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You can re-use or return
clean containers for a refund. Nice one.