Drop Coffee Roasters Tasting Box (#011)

RRP & Import Savings (Estimate): £20.50 (44%)
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Chocolates And Sugars Flavours / Notes
Chocolate & SugarsChoc & Sugars
Citrus And Floral Flavours / Notes
Citrus & Floral
Fruity Flavours / Notes
Milk Chocolate Mixed Citrus Mixed Fruits Mixed Nuts
Flavours & Notes
Coffee Specification
Bolivia Brazil Colombia Costa Rica
Dom. Republic Ecuador El Salvador Guatemala
Honduras Nicaragua Panama Peru
Burundi Ethiopia Kenya Rwanda
Tanzania Uganda Indonesia Yemen
Region Varied
Producer Varied
Varietal Varied
Altitude Varied
Brightness of Flavours
Full Bodied
Balance of Flavours
Cup Score (SCA)
88 89 90 91
92 93 94-100 Undisclosed
Processing Method
Washed Natural Anaerobic Other
Roast Profile
Espresso Filter Omniroasted
More Information
What bag size(s) is this coffee available in? 5 x 100g
Does this include caffeine? Yes, this product contains caffeine
Is this coffee available as pre-ground? No, this is available as wholebeans only

About Drop Coffee Roasters Tasting Box (#011)

About Drop Coffee Roasters:Drop Coffee was founded in Stockholm, Sweden in 2009 as a coffee bar by Mariatorget focusing on serving tasty coffee. Drop Coffee started roasting their own coffee in the back of the shop in 2010, on a one-kilo roaster. Moving forward into roasting for wholesale customers in 2012, Drop Coffee then moved into a proper roastery with a 25-kilo roaster. Due to continued growth at home and across Europe, Drop Coffee moved their roastery to Rosersberg, north of Stockholm and from June 2018, Drop Coffee's roastery is proudly certified organic.

Joanna Alm, managing director of Drop Coffee, is a three times Swedish Coffee Roasting Champion who has also placed second, third and fourth art the World Roasters Championships in three different years of competing. Also as the author of the coffee book Manifest För Bättre Kaffe, it is very safe to say Drop Coffee are an excellent coffee roasters.

About This Coffee:The Tasting Box is a great product to choose if you would like to get a taste of a variety of coffees, whether they be different by processing, farms or origins, or even different coffees from the same producer. This Tasting Box includes 5 individual 100 gram bags and for July, you may expect coffees from El Salvador, Bolivia, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica (others may be included, the exact coffees inside are at Drop Coffee's discretion based on their current best offering).

If you're curious about Drop Coffee roasters or fancy a coffee tasting experience, this Tasting Box is worth a try!

Cupping Notes:Will vary by coffee

Process:Will vary by coffee

Estimated cost savings for this special guest coffee:
Roaster RRP £26.50
Shipping £12.00
Customs £8.00
Savings £20.50 (44%)
(Shipped from GUSTATORY. Shipping to UK: £3.00, Europe from £7.00, Rest of World from £10.00)
Estimated dates for this special guest coffee:
Roasting On Jun 21st
  Rest Period
Shipped From Jun 30th
Coffee Tasting Experience Booklets
Top 1% Of Speciality Coffees, Delivered 'Competition', 'Limited Edition', 'Micro-lots', 'Premium Variety', all are words used to describe the very best of speciality coffees, and through GUSTATORY Stories you are able to try the world's very best top 1% of speciality coffees. Whilst GUSTATORY's speciality coffee subscriptions consistently deliver the very top 5% of the world's best quality coffees, our limited edition Stories go one further and offers a coffee tasting experience with one-off special guest coffees. How It Works Given the nature of GUSTATORY Stories, each special guest coffee curation will vary in retail price depending on many coffee related factors, varying between £20-100 RRP. Due to this fluctuation between each coffee feature, every curation is made available by special announcement(s) throughout the month(s), each with a limited timeframe to purchase. No subscription, only limited one-off purchases. Limited Edition & Price Savings Each curated special guest coffee will be available in limited quantities with a limited cap on customer numbers. Similar to a GUSTATORY coffee subscription, each curation will also provide you with savings on the RRP as well as extra savings by way of us paying the high costs of international shipping and import duties that you'd otherwise pay if shopping direct (when the speciality roasters are international). Coffee Tasting Experience Booklets Complementing each, we also provide all accompanying media and information leaflets as supplied by the speciality roaster, if any, as well as a GUSTATORY Stories coffee tasting experience booklet that you may use many times over to make record of your brewing techniques, opinions on taste(s) and overall results. Experiment with your brewing and see if your coffee tasting experience changes over time. Rest Period We always recommend that coffees are 'rested' between their roast date and first consumption to allow the coffee to 'degas', making brewing easier and your cup tastier. Such a 'rest period' will take place during your coffee's journey from it's speciality roaster to you, and so, whether our curated special guest coffee roaster is located in London, Edinburgh, Budapest or Copenhagen, even New York or California, your delivered coffee will be ready to be enjoyed.
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Shipping & Costs
Fulfilled By GUSTATORY All GUSTATORY Stories are fulfilled by us upon receipt of the special guest coffees arriving from the speciality roaster. If you're an existing subscriber to GUSTATORY's coffee subscriptions, your coffees will be consolidated.
Quick UK & International Shipping All UK deliveries are sent via Royal Mail with 99% of deliveries arriving within 48 hours, many even 24 hours (postcode depending). Shipping to Europe starts from £7.00, Rest of World: £10.00. Custom fees may apply at the time of import to your destination country, but many countries do have customs-free value thresholds on parcels sent from UK (for example, Australia / USA) and our subscriptions may easily fall under these. Please do check with your local customs.

A home-brewed quality coffee is far less expensive than cafes

Issue: With the continuing economic uncertainty that COVID and the cost-of-living crisis brings, many are tightening the purse strings and choosing cheaper alternatives. However...For more: Comunicaffe International
...Whilst the purse strings may need to tighten, a better quality home-brewed coffee or tea is still far less expensive than buying individual drinks on the go. Over the last few years, many have taken the opportunity to improve their home brewing skills, and now with the equipment and know-how to recreate that authentic coffee shop experience from home, are enjoying cheaper quality coffees. With cafe coffees costing anything from £2.50-4.00 each, and with a bag of 250g quality coffee costing between £7.00-12.50 and providing you with enough to achieve up to 15-35 brews per bag (depending on brew method and strength preferences), the savings and better quality coffee are both there to be enjoyed.

If this isn't you, there really is no better time to start, and better yet, at GUSTATORY you’ll find plenty of affordable coffee subscription packages. It also won't be long until you discover a new favourite. All coffees are roasted fresh for us as part of our monthly subscription delivery schedules.