Batch was a nice plummy number
Decent coffee served in a takeaway cup even though I said I was sitting in. Young lass on counter wasn’t friendly and then got mauled by mosquitoes when sat outside. The pot plants have stagnant water that are a breeding ground for the wrigglers. Had to leave after ten minutes.
Columbian natural Gesha filter started earthy but opened out into tropical fruit, had an interesting back note a sort of astringency Costa Rican honey processed batch was smoothly sweet with something like kiwifruit - great. Been a while since I’ve been here, great to be back
Just visited the Good Fields cafe in Lindfield. They serve their coffee. The piccolos of SO Costa Rica and the Loma blend were excellent.
Really nice coffee with toffee like mildness. The piccolo was strong and flat white very mellow. Service was not overly friendly and there was no atmosphere at all on a Saturday.
Sweet nectarine flavour to the Nicaraguan espresso. Ethiopian batch had some honey, maybe butterscotch, going on. Two tasty cups.
Strong hazelnut feel to the Brazilian espresso
Guatemalan espresso was at the nutty end and had a slightly tart finish Batch was calmly fruity
My absolute favourite coffee and beans in Sydney
Ethiopian espresso was a beautifully balanced number. A batch on an Ethiopian was blackcurrants with a spark of acidity Bolivian batch also had the acidity nicely highlighted, this time with something more like passionfruit going on.
Bolivian espresso came cremaless and tasted of sweet cherries A one-two of a Columbian then Ethiopian batch brought happy coffee moments
Ethiopian double espresso tasted of caramelised fruit with a pronounced acidity, reminding me of aged balsamic. Plummy goodness to Kenyan batch
Richly clean orange and honey Guatemalan espresso - luxury pie Ethiopian batch blackcurrant with a dash of acidity
Espresso had a nutty quality but the batch was the highlight, somehow tasting like toasted hot cross buns – sweet, dried fruit, bit of cinnamon style spice over a bready backbone
Two red honey processed batches had some almost hidden sweetness and acidity but this was subsumed by a fairly heavy tartness - apparently the beans were just roasted.
Double espresso on Colombian from Sample - green apples and a delicate balanced acidity made for a great cup. Washed Guatemalan from Market Lane for the batch had some tasty stone fruit action going on.
They changed from Mecca to Legend. The blend Colombia - Nicaragua lacked some flavour. So more or less disappointed about the change
Orange, grapefruit feel to the Honduran espresso - tasty. Batch on an Ethiopian had an attractive jamminess.
Really great Kenyan espresso, all toffee and tasty roasting
Batch was bright and fruity Guatemalan espresso was mandarin and grapefruit, slight sourness in the aftertaste
Great blend rueben hills blend! Will b back
Candyman blend from Small Batch for the espresso was dark chocolate with some rounding sweetness Batch, a natural Columbian from Leible, had a curranty sweetness with a nice splash of acidity.
Espresso in an Ethiopian from Leible Coffee was big on bergamot - real nice Batch was an easy-drinker
Guatemalan espresso had a sweet roundness Some expansive orange to the Brazilian batch
Tobys Guatemalan yellow honey processed for espresso and batch Espresso started caramel then came through with sweet apple to end Batch Sweet orange with a interesting grapefruit vibe underneath Columbian lactic honey batch was impressive with a straight-to-the-point acidity