Hello dear coffee lovers!For those who were with us two years ago, you might remember our lovely Easter promotion. Well the product was so good that we decided to do an impromptu promotion! Chocolate is not just for kids, you know!So for every order of 4lb or more made between now and Sunday April 21st midnight, receive a chocolatey surprise from Canadian company Theobroma Chocolat (crushed espresso beans or raspberries).Take note also that we have 4 coffees on sale right now:Costa-Rica Yellow & Red Honey, at 13.95$/lb (was 14.95$) Tanzania Peaberry, at 11.50$/lb (was 12.50$) Papua New Guinea, at 12.50$/lb (was
Hi everyone!Here it is at last! She took her sweet time, we know... Unfortunately there was a delay (out of our control) with the delivery of our gift. But, as we have mentioned in our last newsletter, it is now FINALLY promotion time!With all orders made between now and October 15*, we will send you either an awesome stainless steel measuring spoon or its equivalent value in coffee, 300gr to be exact (roaster’s choice), as our gift to you!Here are the **Coupon codes to use, valid only for the duration of this promotion:Coffee300 – 300gr of free coffee, roaster’s choice Spoon - stainless steel measuring spoonIt’s your
Géogène = that which comes from the earth Micro-roasting = our same artisan roasting, respectful of the nature of the product, on a much smaller scale. Lets start at the beginning. Coffee and the way it is cultivated, fermented, stored, roasted, brewed and savoured has greatly evolved in the last few years. In this blog article, we will of course talk about Géogène, but to get a better understanding, we will also talk about coffee’s 3rd wave. Which means there was a first and a second wave, that can be described like this:The first wave was the democratization of coffee: a significant growth in production at the expense of quality.
You may not know this, but on Saturday September 29, Canada, as well as the United States, Ethiopia, Malaysia and Great Britain will celebrate International Coffee Day!!Other countries also celebrate this auspicious event, but on different dates. For many coffee producing countries, this is a very important day, yet we barely know of it here.This day is often used to heighten public awareness about the advantages of buying Fair Trade Organic coffee, a small choice for us that makes a big difference in the wellbeing of independent coffee growers and their workers, not to mention the beneficial effect it has on the environment. Try