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About BlendIn

Our Mission

Tree-to-cup Experience

Driven by our passion for coffee, our mission is to ignite a deep appreciation for the art and science of coffee, creating a vibrant and inclusive coffee culture. We achieve this by curating exceptional, high-quality coffee experiences, fostering an inviting and welcoming atmosphere, delivering outstanding customer service, and providing approachable education to all coffee enthusiasts. From the source to the cup, we are committed to tracing the unique journey of each coffee bean and transforming it into a masterpiece. At BlendIn, we not only craft extraordinary coffee but also cultivate a community that celebrates the true essence of coffee. Join us in this coffee journey, and let’s savor the beauty of coffee together.

From our Farming Partners to You

The Coffee Odyssey

Coffee’s odyssey is a testament to the dedication of countless people worldwide. From the coffee farmers who nurture the trees to the pickers who select ripe cherries, and from the post-processing experts to the skilled roasters and baristas, it takes a global community to create the perfect cup of coffee. Each step in this journey plays a vital role in crafting the flavors and aromas you enjoy, underscoring that great coffee is the result of hard work and collaboration across continents.

Seed to Tree

It takes roughly 3 years from planting before coffee beans can be harvested. The location and weather conditions of the farm affect the taste of the bean: altitude, climate, rain, shade, and surrounding crops.

Blossom to Picking

Each specialty coffee bean is picked by hand. It can take up to 3 months to harvest a crop of coffee beans as the beans ripen at a slightly different pace from each other.

Post-Harvest Processing

There are several different ways to process the coffee beans after harvesting that affect the overall acidity and body of the cup. Natural: dried in whole cherry (low acidity / high body) – Honey: dried with mucilage on the coffee bean (medium acidity / medium body) – Washed: bean fermented with no pulp (high acidity / low body).

Roasting Process

Roasting involves carefully applying changing temperatures to the coffee beans at the right time intervals. The beans are exposed to heat in the roaster where several different chemical reactions occur including Maillard Reaction, Caramelization, Strecker Degradation, Pyrolysis and Hydrolysis, etc.

Brewing Process

There are many ways to brew coffee beans: ibrik, aeropress, siphon, V60, Chemex, and French press to name a few. These methods provide a slightly different flavor profile and body to the cup. Without proper coffee knowledge, years of hard work can be ruined in just a few minutes.

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