Chiasso Coffee Roasters is named after a small town on the Swiss-Italian border. It is Italian for ‘create an uproar’.
We tasted two different types of single origin beans from Chiasso Coffee Roasters.
The first single-origin bean was Colombian Pitalito, which had a heavy body, rich flavour, and finely balanced acidity. Pitalito is a southern region of Colombia.
The second single-origin was Ethiopian Yirgecheffe, which had light, fragrant and fruity flavours. It is a handmade coffee processed carefully by the traditional drying method. It’s an excellent choice for those who want a traditional organically grown coffee.
Andrew from Chiasso Coffee Roasters says “We offer the left-over grounds and ex-roasting chaff to a local nursery and my mother-in-law but we still have some left over which goes on our garden at home. We also re-use cardboard boxes from a couple of local businesses to send our coffee to our wholesale customers.”
Chiasso Coffee roast fresh in Capalaba, Brisbane following the Italian tradition.
Chiasso Coffee is available to buy online.
This guest post was written by Bean Brewding – Brisbane coffee tours.