We have not received our coffee yet … it was ordered over a month ago.
do you have flavored coffee like mocha or cappicheno?
Just get it! You will never regret! Fantastic coffee flavour unlike anything else you will find anywhere else.
Here is a post that I made on Instagram which I hash-tagged to your page. Not sure if you saw it:
My first shipment of Parachute Coffee is fantastic!
My wife got me a 3 month subscription for Christmas and I was eagerly awaiting my first delivery.
More than ten years ago I worked as a coffee roaster and QC guy (coffee cupping) at an NS roastery and would probably still be working there today, but for a toxic and dysfunctional management that laid me off due to “corporate restructuring.” I tried to stay in the coffee biz, but opportunities were so limited. The upside is that I learned a whole lot about coffee.
My tasting notes:
The coffee is a medium roast of Brazilian and Guatemalan. I had roasted a lot of Guatemalan but no Brazilian (as it had to be both organic and fair trade) so didn’t know what to expect. It was indeed a medium roast and seemed quite fresh (no oil on the beans is a good sign.) Freshness is everything for maximum quality. (Buy freshly roasted, and grind as you go, kids! Also, no cream or sugar!!)
I decided to use a pour over with a Chemex. I’ll try an espresso tomorrow, and then a French press.
The fragrance of the ground beans was very nice—fruity, but fruit that is slightly beyond ripeness. A banana with a few dark spots. (This must be the Brazilian) I copied the pour over technique I had seen at cafes in Japan many times. The same fruitiness of the fragrance carried through to the aroma of the brewed coffee.
I poured three cups worth in the Chemex, but forgot to preheat it (duh!) meaning it was a little below optimum temperature.
The flavor was outstanding! The fruitiness continued to the cup. Nice smooth, silky body for a medium roast with a very pleasant understated acidity, likely from the Guatemalan. Like a good sipping wine or bourbon, it is good as a treat for special occasions, not an everyday standard, like Colombian. For one, it’s way more expensive than my usual $11 for 2lbs Costco coffee, and for another the flavor is a bit exotic for an early morning wake-up.
My wife and daughter also liked it, commenting on the fruitiness, pleasant acidity and long finish. In short this coffee has beautiful balance, smooth body, and moderate acidity. A two thumbs up from stormy Nova Scotia.
Thank you @parachutecoffee !
Good deal for an add on to tie me over until next order arrived.
Good coffee, great delivery and great options to delay if needed!
Pulling espresso shots with Parachute Coffee beans always results in a massive flavour explosion, perfect crema, and something I look forward to every morning
Great full bodied favor coffee
Three months pre-paid delivered every four weeks
A wonderful and fun Mother’s Day gift that continues to be enjoyed for 6 months.
Six months pre-paid delivered every four weeks
Strong, round, a little bitter, comfortably rich. The professor.
Bold, sweet and always has chocolate. Just like nonna.
Limited Edition monthly-changing single origin, berries/floral, adventurous. Roadtrip!
Every month, our coffee travels an average of
kilometers to find you.
We source our coffee from the world’s premium growing regions (Colombia, Ethiopia, Kenya, and more), only selecting from the highest, tastiest altitudes (at least 1200+ metres above sea level).Read More
How to brew
How not to brew
Put beans in a bowl and pour milk over them.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is your refund policy?
If you are dissatisfied with your order in any way, don't hesitate to reach out to our Customer Success team about a return or exchange within 7 days of purchase. It's easy - just email us at email@example.com
Can I cancel anytime?
Of course, but why?
How do you select your coffee?
We taste hundreds of coffees, only choose the best and highest performing.
Are the farmers fairly paid?
Parachute Coffee pays a premium for high-quality coffee, which results in the producer being paid far more than the average commodity coffee farmer is paid. If you're interested in learning more about any particular coffee that we feature, email us at Hello@ParachuteCoffee.com
How is your coffee sourced?
Parachute Coffee source Direct Trade Coffee beans. Our coffee is sustainably and transparently sourced, and we aim to achieve full traceability. Each airdrop contains origin info to each producer and we only work with specialty coffee importers that share the same philosophy of transparency.
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Will you grind my coffee?
Yes, of course.