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Floozy - Espresso Milk - Lucky Stars (Nicaragua/Ethiopia)

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Lucky Stars by Floozy 

  • Roast: Espresso (Milk)
  • Process  Washed / Natural
  • Origin: Nicaragua / Ethiopian
  • Varietal: Caturra, Red and Yellow Catuai/ Heirloom
  • Taste: Bolder, richer, chocolatey espresso blend. Our pick to drink with milk!

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About the Roaster - Floozy Coffee Roasting

Floozy’s goal is to promote and advance the women in coffee, showcase the talents of the ladies in the industry, and train up future generations of badass coffee chicks.

Floozy is based in Newcastle, Australia and they have a rad cafe called ‘Let’s be Besties’ at 398 King St.

What is special about these beans?

  • Female produced

  • Ethical, sustainable & traceable

  • Hand-picked

  • Single origin beans

About the producer - Arlin Andino

Arlin comes from a coffee growing family and has been producing coffee on her own farm in Jinotega, Nicaragua for two years. Arlin is really committed to coffee but don’t take our word for it - here is a quote from the Arlin herself :

“When you drink a cup of coffee, most of the times you don’t think about all the work behind it, all the people that with their hands are involved with the process. I’ve involved myself in all these activities, I’ve placed myself in the shoes of the people that work with me, and from there, I can see the real value of a cup of coffee. This means that when a person drinks a coffee produced on my farm, they’re drinking all the hard work and effort.”- Arlin Andino, Producer

 

What’s in this blend?

75% Arlin Andino / 25% Kiamaina PB

“When you drink a cup of coffee, most of the times you don’t think about all the work behind it, all the people that with their hands are involved with the process. I’ve involved myself in all these activities, I’ve placed myself in the shoes of the people that work with me, and from there, I can see the real value of a cup of coffee. This means that when a person drinks a coffee produced on my farm, they’re drinking all the hard work and effort.”

- Arlin Andino, Producer

Arlin comes from a coffee growing family but has been producing coffee on her farm for just two years. Reading this message from her and feeling her commitment to both the people and product really sparked excitement for us.

Tarakech Werasa

Tarakech Werasa is an Ethiopian female producer, her coffee is purchased through Sucafina’s Lalisaa Project. The Lalisaa Project aims to establish a more direct relationship between farmers and roasters.