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House of Funk Coffee - Lovely Bunch of Apricots (250g)

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  • This lot was produced by Luis Rubio on his farm El Jardin (the garden). El Jardin is nearly seven acres of coffee-growing land located in the mountains of Dipilto in Nicaragua. The combination of Luis' experimental processing methods and nutrient-dense soil produces delightfully flavourful coffees and this one is no exception.

    • Origin: Nicaragua (single-origin)
    • Region: Dipilto Mountains
    • Tasting Notes: Candied apricots
    • Roast Level: Light
    • Varietal: Caturra, Red & Yellow Catuai
    • Elevation: 1200 MASL
    • Producer: Luis Rubio
    • Process: Natural Carbonic Maceration


    House of Funk Brewing is a micro brewery and roastery located on the North Shore. It was created to challenge the status quo of coffee and beer. Their small batch system allows them to push boundaries and experiment with their brews, and serve up fresh and unique flavours more frequently.

    House of Funk’s head roaster, Ann Hnatyshyn, is one of few female roasters in the third wave coffee industry. Over the last decade of her career, her passion to master the art of roasting has taken her to New Zealand, Australia, England, Colombia, and finally back home to Canada, where her exploration of farming systems, origin flavour complexities, roasting techniques, and espresso extraction have earned her the head roaster position at House of Funk.

    Find them in North Vancouver, BC.

  • Origin Nicaragua (single-origin)
    Region Dipilto Mountains
    Tasting Notes Caturra, Red & Yellow Catuai
    Roast Level Light
    Varietal Caturra, Red & Yellow Catuai
    Elevation 1200 MASL
    Producer Luis Rubio
    Process Natural Carbonic Maceration