Stone fruit, Grape, and Cherry
House Espresso is Fieldwork's evolving and seasonal mainstay for espresso machine or moka pot brewing. Straightforward in approach, always clean and balanced. While the coffees that go into it change with the seasons, the result is consistently satisfying.
Making up 90% of House Espresso is Andino #105, a community selection lot from Pitalito in Huila, Colombia. Produced by a group of smallholder farmers, this field blend lot brings the underlying sweetness with notes of rich stone fruit, jammy grapes, and fresh, ripe cherries.
Comprising the balancing 10% is La Conserva, Guatemala. Also a community selection, this coffee is from a group of twelve farmers, each located in the Huehuetenango region of northern Guatemala, and is the result of a project exploring coffees produced with extended fermentation times.
These two coffees work together harmoniously, each bringing something special while combining to make a blend that’s greater than the sum of its parts.
Roast ProfileRoast LevelMedium-DarkBrewing methods recommendedFeaturesBlend
Taste ProfileRich & SmoothTasting Notes
Stone fruit, Grape, and CherryAcidity
A quality-driven coffee company, located in Melbourne, Australia.
Founded in 2015 by Tim Williams, Fieldwork are a small team of coffee lovers dedicated to championing the world's best coffees and representing the people who grow them.
They spend their days sourcing, roasting, and sharing remarkable coffees for you all to enjoy.
- Choosing a selection results in a full page refresh.
- Opens in a new window.