Processing Method: Natural
Elevation: 900-1300 masl
Suitable for: Espresso, Filter
Brewer's note: When properly brewed, it tastes like Blackforest cake! On the filter, we use 1:14 brew ratio. At the cafes, we pull a ristretto (18g in, 30g out) and top it off with steamed milk. Yummy!
Besides getting awarded Bronze Medal in the Australian International Coffee Awards (AICA) 2022, this coffee was also awarded Silver Medal previously in AICA 2020. Ou Yang coffee originates from Chilliarch Coffee Estate, where we paid a visit in December 2019. One of the owners of the coffee company is Mr. Ou Yang, who gracefully shared his business and life philosophy with us. Mr. Ou Yang takes care of his people like his family and in turn, his people takes care of the coffee well which results in the high quality that we receive year after year.
Roaster's note: This coffee won Silver Medal in the Espresso (single-origin) category of the Australian International Coffee Awards 2020. We are certainly surprised and happy that an Asian coffee could be recognized on an international platform. This is our sweetest tasting coffee among what we have. Not for the faint-hearted as coffee drinkers who are not used to acidity in your coffee may describe this as “sour”.
Delivery & Self-Collection
You may opt for one of the following delivery methods:
- Standard shipping ($5): 3-5 working days
- Express shipping ($15): 1-2 working days
You may opt for self-collection at any of the following locations:
- Foreword HQ
4 Club Street
- First Story Cafe
- Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music
From 3rd April 2023 onwards, we dispatch self-collection orders from our HQ to the cafes every Thurs.
Please place your order by Tues, 11.59pm for self-collection from Thurs onwards within the same week. Orders made from Thurs onwards will be ready for pick up on the following Thurs.
Shelf Life & Storage
Best consumed within 60 days from roast date. Store in a cool and dry place. Avoid direct sunlight. Do not put in the fridge.
Recycle your coffee bags!
Our coffee bags* are made from low density polyethylene (LDPE) and are recyclable in the blue recycling bins.
Simply empty the contents of your coffee bag and peel off the labels before recycling it.
*Note: Applies only to 250g coffee bags.