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Phil & Sebastian Alter Ego Filter
$22.00 - $76.00
The "Alter Ego" - what a dark roast should be. We worked long and hard to develop this roast profile, and the result is a delicious cup with notes of cocoa, caramel, and nuts. The coffee is still single-origin, sourced direct from individual farms and co-ops, and follows the same rigorous quality standards we obsess over. This is the perfect coffee for dark roast lovers.
Phil & Sebastian Danche Ethiopia Espresso
$25.00 - $98.00
Danche (full name: Danche, Chelbessa) is tucked high up the hillside in a remote corner of the Gedeb district. I first set eyes on it in 2019, and immediately had great expectations for coffee off that hill. Due to its high elevation, it only serves a small area, as famers typically favour walking down to a washing station and not up (can you blame them!). Serving the really tight area is lucky for us, because we get to taste the special coffee of this small area. Most washing stations collect cherries from 10 or more neighbours, but this one collects from just three: Kubi, Sisota, Sike, and it has just 386 member farmers, which is less than half of its sister washing station just called Chelbessa.
Phil & Sebastian Danche Ethiopia Filter
$25.00 - $98.00
Danche (full name: Danche, Chelbessa) is tucked high up the hillside in a remote corner of the Gedeb district. I first set eyes on it in 2019, and immediately had great expectations for coffee off that hill. Due to its high elevation, it only serves a small area, as famers typically favour walking down to a washing station and not up (can you blame them!). Serving the really tight area is lucky for us, because we get to taste the special coffee of this small area. Most washing stations collect cherries from 10 or more neighbours, but this one collects from just three: Kubi, Sisota, Sike, and it has just 386 member farmers, which is less than half of its sister washing station just called Chelbessa.
Phil & Sebastian Familia Solis Costa Rica Espresso
$23.50 - $90.00
Alejandro and Horacio Solis are the two giants among men that run the micromill “Don Oscar”. They started the mill in 2014 and we’ve been working with them since day one. The name Don Oscar comes from their father, Oscar Solis, who passed away a few years after they launched their micromill. Oscar was the first generation farmer in the family and, for most of his life, he would pick cherries and sell the fruit to a local coop. This coop would pay by weight and did not care if the cherries were of great variety and picked with great care. It would all go into a big regional blend of terrible coffee and incredible coffee. That was the model throughout Costa Rica until about 10-12 years ago where a lot of small farmers began to invest in equipment at their farm so they could process their coffee internally. This allowed them to sell their coffee as a unique, farm-level product that was much better than the regional blends. With the help of exporters with a vision, and roasters looking for better coffees, the farmers were able to fetch a much higher price by processing their own coffee.
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$23.50 - $90.00
R2, Approachable and Nuanced
Phil & Sebastian Juan Jimenez Pink Bourbon
$23.50 - $98.00
Juan Jimenez is a second-generation coffee farmer who has been running his own show since 1980. His farm, Finca Buena Vista, is in one of my favourite regions of Colombia: Palestina, Huila. In fact, he is neighbours with our long-time friend and producer, Jose Martinez. Although the farm also grows Caturra and Typica, this lot is Pink Bourbon.
Phil & Sebastian Ratibor Hartmann Panama Filter
$25.00 - $98.00
don’t know what I can say about Ratibor that does him justice. He’s a fountain of coffee knowledge, he’s kind, humble and has a passion for coffee like non other. I met Ratibor in 2010 and we have been close friends ever since. Like his four siblings, Ratibor started from very humble beginnings. Their grandfather settled on the land where Finca Hartmann now stands in the 1920s as an immigrant from Czechoslovakia. Ratibor’s father, also named Ratibor, then expanded the farm up the hill into the mountains through the 1970’s. In the early 2000’s, Ratibor senior handed the farm down to the five children and they have been working together ever since. When I first started buying coffee from the Hartmann’s, their coffee was very good, but not considered the upper tier of Panama coffee. Their farms were all located at lower elevations, the varieties they grew were more “regular” and they were just starting to experiment with processing methods.
Phil & Sebastian Ricardo Perez Costa Rica Espresso
$23.50 - $90.00
It’s crazy to think that it’s been over 13 years since we began working with Ricardo Perez and his famous mill: Helsar. Helsar is a quality focused wet mill that historically produces two types of coffees. The first is a blend of small producers from the region – a blend they call “Helsar”. And the second type are very small lots from Ricardo’s farm Santa Lucia, separated by variety and processing method. We buy both types of coffees – this one is a blend from his neighbours and it’s Caturra and Catuaí.
Phil & Sebastian The Standard Espresso
$22.00 - $76.00
Phil & Sebastian select sweet coffees that are approachable, chocolatey, nutty, and with lower acidity. These are what you would expect from a classic espresso, but elevated.
Phil & Sebastian The Standard Filter
$22.00 - $76.00
While with our R2, R3, and Limited Release coffees you are ordering a specific origin, our approach to the R1 coffees is a little different. The coffee is single-origin, sourced direct from individual farms and co-ops, and follows the same rigorous quality standards we obsess over, but we roast all our R1 coffees for a consistent flavour profile. We select sweet coffees that are approachable, chocolatey, nutty, and with lower acidity. These are what you would expect from a classic coffee, but elevated. Look for offerings from Costa Rica, Honduras, and Guatemala (to name a few).
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