I have been watching the guys at Standout from the corner of the roastery for a while and when I finally was asked  to join  team Standout full time I thought about it for a while and then said yes. The thing is that I have so many projects going on at the moment, one of them is a book that I’ve been co-writing with my mum Jenny for a couple of months. If you like clothes, patterns and sewing this is the book for you. 

Anyhow, enough of my bragging.

So to start this collaboration with Standout Coffee I just want to make it clear, I'm here to give the team at Standout a helping paw, they have a lot of stuff going on right now and to write blogposts is something that I’ve been doing for many years now. Of what I've seen from my dog basket in the corner is that the subscription is growing like crazy, they have new wholesale clients all around the world and they finally got their coffee into Pascal in Stockholm, my servant Alexander has been dreaming about it for a long time now, thanks Håkan and Andrea!

Both Alexander and Oskar were out over the weekend, so I ran over to the roastery to try the current lineup of coffees.
The new lineup of competition coffees is just crazy. Two magnificent lots from El Obraje, both a washed and a natural Gesha. To complement these coffees, we (yes, I feel like I'm part of the team now) have two lots from Finca La Negrita and the producer Mauricio Shattah. One Red and one Yellow Gesha. Then we just got the FRESH CROP in of Sudan Rume harvested in Jan 2022! OMG the hype around this coffee is crazy.

The new line-up of specialty coffees really tickles my belly. The perfectly anaerobic ICE fermented Pink Bourbon, the crystal clear washed Gesha/Maracaturra field blend from El Obraje and finally the La Pastora natural Caturra is such an exciting line-up of coffees. Did you know that you can subscribe to the specialty coffee from us? This will make sure that you always have fresh roasted coffee at home. Give it a try!

That’s all for now, I’m jumping back to basket to chew on a stick or something.

Until next time, give me a high paw in the comments below!