Every Coffee Bag I've Emptied in 2019 - Part 1

Now, hear me out - I know I promised this blogpost as a YouTube video, however, a lot has happened in the last month and even though it was filmed, when I transferred the files, they corrupted (yes, you are correct I cried a lot about it)
So instead of putting myself through the hell that was filming it again (it was going to be an hour long!!) I'm going to split it into 3 separate blog posts on here, then it gives you the option to look at the overview image and read about the coffees you want to know if I enjoyed rather than trawling through one huge blog post (and don't worry, YouTube is coming!!)

So onto, Every Coffee Bag I've Emptied In 2019 - Part 1. 
(*part 2 and 3 linked at the bottom of the post)

2019 was filled with some INCREDIBLE coffees, I feel I found my mojo for the direction of The Coffee Life, which is great. 

We'll start from the top of the picture and work our way down - I must also say that there is one company that isn't pictured because I turned their tins into new little plant pots for my houseplants, however shout out to Good Beans over in Amsterdam for creating some absolutely incredible coffee (and I hope to put up a blog post about them soon!)

Untold Coffee 
I've raved about Untold a lot in 2019, and it's incredible to see the growth they've had, and everything they're doing environmentally for coffee
In part 2, they will be a heavy feature from their subscription service they used to have. 

Pictured above
1. Danilo Barbosa - Minas Gerais, Brazil (there are actually 2 tins of this scrummy one, but one of them is currently a home for one of my plants)
2. Jeremy Abadi  - Valle del Cauca, Colombia - Washed and Extended Fermentation
3. Jeremy Abadi - Valle del Cauca, Colombia - Washed

Craft House Coffee - Colombia, El Muro 

Fried Hats x Oatly - I picked this cool looking coffee up from Amsterdam Coffee Festival last year, it was super delicious through espresso

Bad Hand - Rwanda 
I love, love, love Bad Hand, they're super local to me as well which is a huge bonus! 

1. Alauela, Western Valley - Costa Rica 
2. Muranga - Kenya 
Now, every time I get a bag of Hasbean coffee, I always drink it too fast to ever do a blogpost about them, 2020 goal is to actually blog about them, because they're bloody fantastic.

Roundhill - Uraga Saii, Ethiopia

Bailies - La Ortiga, Costa Rica
Nearly a year later I'm still shocked I managed to get 1 of the 10 bags released of this coffee, it was INCREDIBLE.

Taylor Street - Ethiopia Hambela
This was absolutely incredible, especially through cold brew 

Red Roaster Coffee - Kinini Washing Station, Rwanda 

The Roasting Party - Costa Rica Jaguar Honey 
My absolute favourite from The Roasting Party! 

Blackbird Coffee - espresso blend - Brazil and Ethiopian

Blue Bottle Coffee - Women of Kinyovu Station, Burundi 
I never did a blog post on this one, and I cant quite remember why, it was absolutely delicious and I cant wait to try more from Blue Bottle! 

The Girl in the Cafe - The Roastery Department - Guatemala
Boy, I'd heard good things about TGITC coffee, but this was amazing! It was featured in the Women of coffee One Click Box 

Randall Coffee - San Lorenzo, Colombia 
read the blog post!

DT Coffee -Brazil 
I've never done a blog post on DT Coffee even though Dhan is one of my favourite people, 2020 is the year for that I feel! 

Ineffable Coffee Roasters - Nyeri, Kirinyaga, Kenya
read the blog post!

Django Coffee - Los Robles, West Valley Costa Rica
I've had the pleasure of drinking a lot of coffees from Django recently and they are smashing it!
read the blog post!

Crankhouse Coffee - Kunjin 
read the blog post! 

Bonanza Coffee Roasters - Uragi Samii, Ethiopia 
This was a brew box special I received and it was delicious! 
read the blog post! 

Manumit - Budwale, Uganda
I love, love, love manumit! 
read the blog post! 

Origin - Bushekeri Lot 1, Rwanda
This was super delicious! 
read the blog post! 

Colonna - Twongerekawa Coco, Rwanda
read the blog post! 

River Coffee 
I love the high standards of river coffee, especially throughout 2019/20 they've been producing some amazing coffees!! 

1. Mantin Vega - Ecuador

2. Source Espresso - Colombia, Nicaragua 

3. Sugar Cane Decaf - Colombia (still one of my favourite decafs!!!)

Yawn Coffee Co - Advent Calendars 2018+2019

I had a few packs of the yawn calendar from 2018 left, as well as having the 2019 one. 
I probably wont be having a Yawn Advent Calendar this year, but you can check out the blog posts I did on them in 2018 and 2019 


Plot Roasters - Ultility, Huamantanga, Peru
I remember this being one of the first coffees that made me believe I knew how to taste coffee correctly (don't ask my logic, it's just a special coffee)
read the blog post! 

Perky Blenders - Forest Blend 
I picked up this little sample pack from London Coffee Festival and really enjoyed it! (look out for more Perky Blenders in the other posts!)

Gentleman Baristas - Gatsby, El Salvador 
I have been LOVING Gentleman Baristas, and this was one of the first I actually got to try.
read the blog post! 

Moon Roast 
I feel like I'm a bit biased towards Moon Roast now-a-days however they have been producing some INCREDIBLE coffees - they are also featured in another empties post. 

1+2 - Peru, El Huerto - Riveria Martines Santos
read the blog post! 

3. Kenya Kaganda AB
UGH SO MUCH TO SAY ON THIS COFFEE!! If you're to try any coffee from MoonRoast, please let it be this one, I'll shout it from the rooftops, it's that good! 
Blogpost coming soon! 

Empties Part 2

Empties Part 3

Every Coffee Bag I've Emptied in 2018

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