Johan & Nyström is a great coffee family that is changing lives through our coffee revolution.
One cup at a time.
Learn how to taste our world -
Join us on a journey of knowledge to the different coffee countries, coffee varieties and coffee flavors. What has species, soil type and harvest method to do with everything?Read more!
This blend breathes the future of brewed coffee. It is well balanced and softly roasted coffee beans containing exceptional qualities from Ethiopia, Indonesia’s Sumatra and Nicaragua. Lovely aromas and flavors of origin are present and present a sweet and lightly fruity cup. Buena Vista is a mix of specialty coffee that appeals most of us.
Buena Vista is a Fairtrade and organic filter coffee and Fairtrade guarantees that this product is traded in agreement with international Fairtrade Standards. Learn more about Fair Trade at www.info.fairtrade.net
The family Menendez spearheaded by Miguel Menendez Sr. cultivates coffee with a character that is creamy sweet and has notes of milk chocolate, toffee and orange. They have nice yards located around the massif Apaneca in western El Salvador and we are proud to have traded coffee from them through the last four crop seasons. We buy coffee from their four farms Las Delicias, El Rosario, Buena Vista and Santa Barbara. The plantations are part of a biological corridor that stretches all the way from Mexico to Panama and the green massif is home to a diversity of birds, butterflies and insects. In addition to the typical Bourbon variety that grows in El Salvador Miguel test other varieties; like Pacamara, Geisha and Caturra.
The coffee Menendez prepares for us is cultivated between 1300-1600 meters and harvested in October-March. It processes the coffee as the washed method, but uses instead of traditional fermentation tanks so-called ECO-pulpers – who incredibly detailed instead removes the sweet mucilage already during the pulping. This provides increased control for Miguel and his colleagues at the processing station. It is not difficult to convey the joy and pride to have our friends, family Menendez coffee in our range and we hope that all who drink this sweet bourbon feel the hard work behind the coffee.
A harmonious blend, that most people associate with a distinct taste of chocolate. You will also find a touch of caramelized fruit in the aftertaste hints of bitter almond.
Espresso Isola is a bestseller in the range of espresso and a favorite of many of our customers with their classic yet exciting flavor. A coffee that appeals to everyone from the avid espresso lover to the latte-drinking metropolitan hipster.
NICARAGUA LA ESPERANZA
Seasonal fika becomes a real treat with this limited edition specialty coffee from Nicaragua. Comes in a very giftable box.Read more
Travel Journal Ethiopia -
A taste of Ethiopia
Welcome to our world! Tag along on our journey to find great coffee and find a character to suit your tastes, All of our coffee belongs to one of three flavour categories as described below. The flavour category info is printed on the front label of all our products.Read more!
New Ethiopian coffee
The Gigisa washing station is located in the Guji region in the southern parts of Ethiopia, in the district of Shakiso some 500 km from Addis Ababa. The washing station started their operation as late as 2014, now providing service for 850 farmers who owns approximately 1 hectare on average.
What is specialty coffee?
Johan & Nyström use a short, easy and understandable wording: “Specialty Coffee is a quality designation where the coffee must exceed 80 points on a 100-point scale to be designated specialty coffee.” So it is no hocus-pocus, it just means that the coffee is much more tasty.
COLOMBIA SAN FERMIN
This fantastic coffee comes from Planadas, in Tolima, where the producers have been making changes to improve the quality and consistency of their coffees through better tree care, picking better cherries and investing profits into the farm infrastructure.Read more!
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Johan & Nyström is a great coffee family that is changing lives through our coffee revolution. One cup at a time.