Filter Coffee Bundle
This bundle includes:
- 1 x 250g bag of Hadeso (Ethiopia)
- 1 x 250g bag of Cafundó (Brazil)
Origin: Shakisso, Guji, Ethiopia
Varieties: Kurume & Wolisho
Producer: Faysel Yonis
Relationship Length: since 2019
Origin: Piatã, Bahia, Brazil
Variety: Red & Yellow Catuaí
Process: Pulped Natural
Producer: Pedro & Delzute Santana
Relationship length: since 2015
We strive to dispatch all orders within one working day of your order.
Standard post is FREE for orders over $60 (or $7.95 for orders under $60) Australia-wide.
Express Post is $9.95 Australia-wide.
In addition we offer free Click and Collect from our Weston St Roastery in Brunswick East, Monday - Friday between 8am till 3pm. Orders are usually ready within 24 hours.
See more on shipping here.
Enjoy two of our filter coffees with this special coffee bundle, perfect for those who brew using filter methods like pour over, Aeropress, plunger and Moccamaster. As our coffee offering changes seasonally to ensure you’re brewing the freshest beans, our bundle line-up changes accordingly. In this bundle, you’ll get one 250g bag of Hadeso from Ethiopia and one 250g bag of Cafundó from Brazil.
“When sourcing beans from Ethiopia, we look for coffees that are distinctive, with strong regional characteristics that shine through in the cup,” says Market Lane co-owner Jason, who selected Hadeso on a trip to Ethiopia earlier this year. This coffee was grown by 500 farmers in Ethiopia's Guji area, and carefully wash-processed at the Hadeso washing station. Coffees from Guji are recognised for their unique cup profiles – which are driven by the area’s high elevations, rich, fertile soil, and exceptional landrace (heirloom) varieties. Hadeso is a fantastic example of a coffee from the Guji area. It’s beautifully floral with a lovely stone-fruit sweetness in the cup.
Pedro Santana bought farmland in Brazil’s Piatã area in 1989. At that time, he was leading a busy, stressful life, working as a banker in São Paulo. Pedro moved to the country with his family to pursue a slower, simpler life. The farm’s name, Cafundó, translates to ‘very, very far away’ – which it is, both physically and mentally, from the bustle of the city. “I wake up early and spend the whole day on the land,” Pedro told us. “I love the calm of the countryside…No amount of money could pay for what we have here.” With the help of the farm’s high elevation and the shade trees Pedro planted, coffee cherries at Cafundó mature slowly, allowing sugars to develop, and resulting in a sweet and complex cup profile.
Please note that our coffee bundles are an online-only offer and aren’t available for purchase in our shops. Coffee substitutions aren’t possible, and each bundle ships to one address.