DARK ARTS COFFEE
a year ago
Good morning everybody. Hope all of you had a great weekend and are stoked for a new week. September is rolling on and so does the specialty coffee here in Malmö. The coffee of this week in the month of English coffee roasters is…
Dark arts coffee
Dark Arts Coffee is a coffee roastery started by friends in East London with twisted visions of using alchemy to combine fire, water and magic beans into a divine elixir. They had visions of funnelling the profits into a cult based on our love of the occult, bikes and all things unholy.
However, none of that worked out and now they are sick to death of bullies calling Dark Arts – ‘that harry potter coffee’. And roastery isn’t even a word.
As a result, instead, they have had to focus on importing the best beans from all over the world and roasting them until they taste good as a brown drink.
Name: World peace
Producer: Kirindera Women’s Peace Coffee
Origin: Congo, Virunga National Park
Variety: Blue mountain, Katawai and Rumangabo
Altitude: 1904 masl
Tasting Notes: Buttery mouthfeel, sweet with notes of rhubarb acidity.
Producer: Jardines del Eden
Process: White wine process
Altitude: 1700-2050 masl
Tasting Notes: Raspberry, white wine, grapes and apple
Name: Wolvorine Blues
Producer: Different smallholders from Mogiana and a little further north in the ecoregion of Cerrado
Origin: Brazil, Cemorrado
Variety: Mundo Nuovo, Catuai
Process: Process: Natural
Altitude: 850 – 1250 masl
Tasting Notes: Sweet subtle lime acidity, milk chocolate, caramel body and nutty.
Name: Deep state blues
Producer: 4500 different smallholders from the town of Haro Wacho
Origin: Ethiopia, Haro Wacho
Variety: Bourbon, Typica
Altitude: 2100 – 2300 masl
Tasting Notes: Caramel mouthfeel with red apple acidity with apricot and floral notes.
Come down to our coffee bar to try them out for here or take away. // Team Djäkne.
You can find more information: https://www.darkartscoffee.co.uk/