As we all look to take some time off work, many of us are heading down to Cornwall for a break and chance to disconnect. If you've been to a speciality coffee shop on your travels, then the chances are you've sampled one of the great Cornish roasters we'll be featuring this month, kicking things off with Yallah.
Yallah, of Falmouth - Cornwall, actually started their journey in Morocco. Staying with friends, searching for waves, and drinking coffee in roadside cafes. Yallah was a word Phil (founder of Yallah) heard often, meaning ‘Lets go’ in Arabic. It fit with them then, and still does today.
Yallah began with a restored 1950's roaster, a leaky barn, and a goal to build a sustainably focused business. They're still at Argal Home Farm to this day. Powered by solar, heated with biomass and surrounded by new workshops, studios, and a bunch of creatives which constantly inspire them to push forward.
Yallah's vision is formed of 5 ambitious goals:
1. No Blending
2. Simple and Inclusive
5. Doing Good
Selling good products that we care about and believe it. Creating social spaces and positively contributing to our community.
We're super excited to feature Yallah in the club with the following varieties:
- Region: Divinolandia
- Country: Brazil
- Taste: Date and walnut cake with dark chocolate and plenty of brown sugar in the mix.
- Varietal: Bourbon, Catuai, Obata, Acacia
- Processing Method: Natural
- Producer: José Javier
- Origin: Nicaragua
- Region: Dipilto
- Process: Washed
- Taste: A clean and classy coffee with lots of marzipan and milk chocolate flavours. An easy-drinking peoples champion.
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