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  • Espresso Coffee Notes: Cooked pineapple, caramel, praline & a creamy mouthfeel. Producer: Sivanius Kutz Region: Espirito Santo Variety: Catuai, Catucai Process: Washed Altitude: 1,000 masl
  • Peru El Manantial Filter Coffee

    $ 19.00$ 55.00
    Filter Coffee Notes: Blackberry, green grape, mandarin, pomegranate. Producer: Cristian Lavan Region: San Ignacio, Cajamarca Variety: Caturra, Geisha Process: Washed Altitude: 1,750 masl
  • Burundi Kibingo Espresso Coffee

    $ 19.00$ 55.00
    Espresso Coffee Notes: Raspberry jam, mandarin peel, oolong tea & cocoa. Region: Kayanza Variety: Red Bourbon Process: Natural Altitude: 1,700 - 1,900 masl
  • Filter Coffee Notes: Floral, peach, white grape, brown sugar. Region: Chelchele, Yirgacheffe Variety: Mixed Heirloom Process: Washed Altitude: 1,800 masl
  • Ethiopia Aricha Filter Coffee

    $ 19.00$ 55.00
    Filter Coffee Notes: Strawberry, guava, blueberry, creamy. Region: Gedyo, Yirgacheffe, Aricha Variety: Mixed Heirloom Process: Natural, Sun Dried on Raised Beds Altitude: 1,850 - 2,200 masl
  • Standart Issue 22 enjoys an undeniable theme of animals. In these isolating times, people perhaps more than ever have turned to pets to satisfy many of the social joys usually inspired by interactions with friends, family, colleagues, and their fellow citizens. We explore whether Kopi Luwak coffee can be ethical; how the modern allongé is perhaps the fruitiest espresso you can taste with Scott Rao; and passion’s path to coffee with Kenji Kojima of Fuglen Coffee. Learn about the history of cat cafés and what their popularity can tell us about the way we live in the city; how farmers are producing small lots of specialty in Typhoon-threatened Japanese islands; and what Lima’s contemporary coffee scene offers the specialty connoisseur.
  • Green apple, pomegranate & rosewater. Producer: 90 Small Growers Region: Guadalupe, Huila Variety: Caturra, Colombia, Castillo Process: Washed Altitude: 1,400 - 1,900 masl
  • In our ongoing effort to reduce waste, we want to show our appreciation to these lovingly produced beans and find them a new home. This 1kg test roast did not meet our quality standards. It may be slightly off our target or the coffee did not meet our high expectations. It’s too good to dispose off so we’d rather sell at a low price. Please note; the beans will be a surprise and will always be specialty grade and not decaf.
  • In our ongoing effort to reduce waste, we want to show our appreciation to these lovingly produced beans and find them a new home. This roast did not meet our quality standards. It may be slightly off our target or the coffee did not meet our high expectations. It’s too good to dispose off so we’d rather sell at a low price. Please note; the beans will be a surprise and will always be specialty grade and not decaf.
  • Red grape, mango, black tea, dark chocolate, creamy body. Region: Eastern Highland Variety: Arusha & Typica Process: Washed Altitude: 1,700 - 1,850 masl
  • From the lust-worthy items of coffee equipment, in a photoshoot that pays homage to light erotica, through a sultry short story covering the youthful reminiscences of a wizened coffee shop proprietor, to tracing the history of the dynamic, caffeinated drink in the religiously lazy and ruins-covered Rome, we have a slew of hot stuff for you in the latest Standart. Issue 21 coalesces around the theme of sustainability, to guide us as we head into a new and better year. We provide you with a quick cheat-sheet covering facts and easy-to-implement measures to reduce your ‘foodprint’, while Lem Butler and Kyle Ramage of Black and White Coffee Roasters give us a small insight into how they built and maintain a working relationship that birthed one of the foremost roasteries in the USA. In this issue’s long-form piece, we look at how, and why, coffee companies sell sustainability. We survey the entire landscape, from the rise of corporate social responsibility, to greenwashing, to new initiatives set up to continue to work towards the ideal of sustainable business.
  • Floral, milk chocolate, peach, plum. Region: Eastern Highland Variety: Arusha & Typica Process: Washed Altitude: 1,700 - 1,850 masl