THOSE DARK ARTS COF­FEE BLENDS EX­PLAINED

Motorcycle News (UK) - - Built - By Brad Mor­ri­son

“Cult Of Doom refers to a Time mag­a­zine head­line when they cov­ered the sarin gas at­tack in Ja­pan. The cof­fee comes from Rwanda and it’s grown near a lake that has a huge un­der­ground toxic gas cham­ber which oc­ca­sion­ally leaks and kills ev­ery­thing. “Mother tongue is a Columbian cof­fee that’s grown in an area re­puted to be the last place where the orig­i­nal Columbian lan­guage is used – and nearly all the work­ers there are fe­male. “stone heart is so called be­cause the flavours are all notes of stone fruits. “lost high­way is the name of an Amer­i­can hor­ror/mys­tery movie. A lot of Amer­i­can cof­fee comes from South Amer­ica and the beans we use for Lost High­way, come from Brazil, as is our main espresso cof­fee. “The plea­sures kalen­dar name comes from an old guide to pros­ti­tutes in Soho and Covent Gar­den (a best-seller in the 18th century that sold some 250,000 copies!). It’s the cof­fee we roast ex­clu­sively for two shops in Soho. It’s Ethiopian with hints of peaches and berg­a­mont with a black tea de­liv­ery. “The beans for break­fast at lu­cifers come from Hon­duras. It’s a new cof­fee that has hints of brown sugar and maple syrup and is re­ally full bod­ied.”

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