Our Mysore consists of a blend of six different varieties of Arabica beans sourced from Central and South America and Asia. The name Mysore refers to one of the six types of coffee beans, which is also the region in India where the coffee is grown. The taste is spicy with a ripe sweetness and has a firm finish. Mysore is perfect for espresso or for after a good meal. Its velvety coffee taste with delicate aroma will please everyone.
Pickup available at Donkersteeg 35
Usually ready in 24 hours
250gr / Coffee beans
Quality coffee, composed with care
Freshness is our top priority. That is why we package our coffee beans with the same dedication with which we roast them. We process every order with love and ship it carefully. So you can always enjoy fresh coffee at home. With every sip, you can taste the craftsmanship and love we put into it.
Quality coffee, composed with love
Freshness is our top priority. That's why we package our coffee beans with the same dedication as we roast them. We process every order with love and ship it carefully. So you can always enjoy fresh coffee at home. With every sip you can taste the craftsmanship and love we put into it.
Sustainable coffee beans
We support our coffee farmers through the EFICO Foundation, which contributes to fair wages, the improvement of education, training and working conditions on the coffee plantations.
The hand of the roast master
Creating the right balance in every coffee blend is the beginning of a true love story. A story that starts with the choice of the right beans, carefully selected from the most exotic corners of the world. Merging the different coffee bean varieties, with respect for their origin, is an art that results in a blend in which the unique taste of each bean blends harmoniously.Our coffees
Fresh coffee, week after week
Every week, under the skilled eye of our roaster, the coffee beans are carefully treated. With the passion and love of a craftsman, the coffee is roasted using the slow roast method, an approach that requires time and patience. By using this gentle roasting method, we preserve the subtle characteristics of the coffee bean.Roasting process