- Australian Green Coffee Beans from $13.5 (1KG)
A Blend of our best washed coffee (Kenyan Arabica), which is the coffee picked when the fruit is prime on the tree. When harvested the fruit is immediately removed from around the seed (bean) using water. The bean is then dried (11-12% moisture content) and then settled in a contolled storage environment untill ready for final processing.
Nuanced, clean. A smooth experience of complex flavours, acidity and mouthfeel.
A blend of our single origin Kenyan Arabica natural coffee. Natural coffee is processed from bean whose outer pulp or fruit is allowed to over-ripen and dry around the bean on the tree. It is then fully dried (11-12% moisture content) and then settled in a contolled storage environment untill ready for final processing.This produces unparralleled and intense flavours. Smooth, fruity and sweet with a good body.
Usually a coffee fruit bears two seeds that flatten out against each other in the pod. About 5% however are loners and therefore form as round bean called peaberry. Peaberry are known for their slightly higher flavour intensity and are usefull for roasters using pans, or similar, where its beneficial for the bean to have more "roll".
ALL COFFEE IS FROM OUR FARM
We use Australia Post
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Australian Coffee at its best!
Posted by Owen on 4th Jun 2019
I found the quality of the Bundja as good as the bin 478, actually preferred it overall the green beans offered. I only roast about half a cup each day so it is super fresh. Postal service is good, although it would be good to offer free post over a certain dollar value!
THanks for the feedback Owen, being a single origin coffee with only one harvest a year it doe get challenging toward the 2nd half of the year. The bundja does tend to hold up better. As per postage, its the only way we can do it to keep things viable. Our bean prices have been the same for years - its not easy!
Posted by Scotty on 22nd Feb 2019
Ordered 2kg green pea beans, they turned up a few days later in the post.
Roasted in my wood fired pizza oven, waited a few days then made some of the best coffee I've drunk. Great crema and smooth flavour.
Peabery is amazing
Posted by Unknown on 9th Feb 2019
Pleasant, soft, unique flavour. Reminds me a bit famous Kona (which cost 10 times more), but Top Mountain Peaberry is definitely better! "You get what you pay" is not true in this case.
Great tasting bean
Posted by Dion Favalli on 12th Oct 2018
These beans were very delicious, especially brewing right after the roast. Will be buying more of these!
Yes Dion, we have found that our bean doesn't necessarily need the usual 24 - 36 hr window before brewing. Bernie
Hey - great coffee!
Posted by Joe on 23rd Sep 2018
Easy to roast and pours with a beautifully dark, rich crema into the cup. Very smooth.
Posted by gerard on 22nd Sep 2018
i roasted the coffee fast then slow and every speed between, but never got a very good cup. not much flavor at all, my mother and brother who like their coffee very weak (they like their coffee made from an already extracted puck) thought it was ok on the first extraction.
Thanks for feedback Gerard. Would be interested to hear further on your roasting method. Unfortunately our yields are so low that we can't sell our premium bean green online. We are selling naturals and peaberry online. Contact me directly for some premium if you wish.
Posted by Unknown on 21st Sep 2018
I have compared Mountain Top Australian coffee with the best overseas grown, including famous Kona. Mountain Top coffee is NICER than most reputable overseas coffees and easily match luxury overseas brands! Our coffee is highly underestimated, I guess due to overseas coffee's marketing and high mark-up. I tried all 3 raw Top Mountain coffees, they all are amazing, Bin 478 is my favourite.
Great Taste nice and smooth
Posted by Larry Saron on 21st Aug 2018
Great Coffee with great service
Posted by Larry Saron on 8th Jul 2018
Very smooth coffee great taste will visit on my travels.
Posted by Rowan on 6th Jul 2018
Despite being my first attempt at roasting coffee, the result was an excellent and interesting beverage (must be because of the quality of the beans). I find it exciting to be able to experiment with the roasting process to highlight the qualities of the beans. Thanks :)
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