This section is where coffee geeks come to hang out. all the technical information you desire to fill your head can be found here.
The science behind roasting, the selection of stunning single origins and any tastings or coffee events coming up soon will be found here.
The Strictly Coffee Company sources through an array of countries on the hunt for the stunning unique single origin or Micro Lot coffee.
These beans have a limited time availability. Some are one-offs or sole bags when others may be a seasonal offering.
These delicious beans will then be roasted to a couple different styles & body. this is to offer the customers an array of flavour portfolios, suitable for different styles of brewing. each of these roasts will offer the consumer a different look at the beautiful origin.
Soft Brew Techniques.
Here at Strictly Coffee, we offer blends and roasts for many different brewing styles and techniques. We have experimented with numerous amounts of different configurations to offer what we believe is a good representation of our beans in a number of styles.
The Aeropress produces a smooth clean flavoursome coffee within minutes.
It is an unique way to make a delicious coffee.
Perfect for the home, office or while travelling as its easily portable, no power is required, crafted from strong durable plastic and is fun to use!
The AeroPress has many different ways to softly brew your desired coffee. The video below is one of the styles- The Inverted method.
Have you tried an Aeropress coffee lately?Aeropress is a sleck lightweight brewing style which produces a smooth clean flavorsome coffee within minutes.No power is required in the brewing process, which makes the AeroPress the ideal camping/ traveling brew method but also amazing for office or home use. Lightweight, Durable plastic, easy to compact together. Delicious, juicy and full of body. Sample some today at Insomnia By Strictly Coffee!#trysomethingnewtoday
Posted by Insomnia by Strictly Coffee on Tuesday, 10 July 2018
Chemex! The morning coffee brewing routine has been described as almost a delicate ritual. The sleek art form like brewing device backs dates to 1941.
With the use of the high quality designed Chemex filters, your coffee will be crafted in a way which helps removes impurities and excess bitterness resulting in a clean tasty brew.
Chemex! The morning coffee brewing routine has been described as almost a delicate ritual. The sleek art form like brewing device backs dates to 1941.With the use of the high quality designed Chemex filters, your coffee will be crafted in a way which helps removes impurities and excess bitterness resulting in a clean tasty brew.Here is Maxi crafting a Chemex. Chemex is one of the many brewing styles available from Insomnia by Strictly coffee, located on Bath St.
Posted by The Strictly Coffee Company on Wednesday, 25 July 2018
Cold brew coffee is crafted by slowly steeping cold water through coffee over a long time period. This results in a smooth highly concentrated coffee perfect for those hot summer days or whenever you just don’t feel like a hot beverage.
Cold brew results in less acidity and less bitterness while staying fresher for longer. while espresso is packed with stunning flavour notes we love, when it cools the flavour compounds change and degrade.
Our team at Insomnia serve a delicious version of Cold brew crafted by our friends at Harpoon Cold brew. this is served via a Nitrogen charged keg and tap, this results in a creamy smooth drink with cascading bubbles typically found in a Guinness.
It's the start of Spring! The days are getting hotter and sunshine is getting longer.Come down and Indulge in a tasty Nitro cold brew crafted by our mates at Harpoon Coffee.When a hot coffee just won't cut it, sit back and sip away on a cascading creamy cold brew!
Posted by Insomnia by Strictly Coffee on Sunday, 2 September 2018
Coffee Flavours and their reasons
What flavour can you find in your morning coffee? We once tasted coffee which was best described as Strawberry jam served on burnt toast. When you are after the perfect cup of coffee, many different natural and Man-made influences will come together to create your brew.
Each cup of coffee can have a unique flavour profile, this could be due to the roasting, processing, blending or the natural terroir of where the coffee has grown.
Although the term isn’t used too often by coffee drinkers, the terroir describes how the growing conditions of a region, or even more specifically an individual farm or plot, affect a coffee’s characteristics.
For coffee, this could include things like:
- soil type and mineral make up
- the average temperature in the region
- the amount of sunlight each plant receives or doesn’t receive.
- the elevation of the coffee farms and each given coffee tree.
- annual rainfall