The five new companies include some of the pioneers in the specialty coffee world in Europe and some of the world's leading coffee shops, including a Dutch national barista champion and an aeropress world champion. In addition to the roasting techniques and coffee taste, the packaging design of each of these companies is also appealing with its own individuality.
PostCoffee has sold more than 100 varieties of coffee roasted in-house and by 11 leading coffee shops in Japan. In addition to the ingredients, roasting is also a major key to determining the taste of coffee. This time, the company'sFive famous coffee shops from overseas with the hope of bringing you in touch with richer roasting.will join PostCoffee's lineup as a roaster partner.
This allows PostCoffee toPower up to a service that allows you to taste coffee from overseas coffee shops while you are in Japan!I did.
The lineup offers stylish packaging and authentic flavors that can be enjoyed by coffee novices and experts alike. It is still not well known in Japan,Coffee from Europe's most advanced coffee shopWe will deliver the
About our five overseas partner roasters
Joining us this time are five roasters from Germany and the Netherlands. Each company has a great taste of coffee, of course,A coffee shop with a unique culture that is particular about product packaging and sales style.The coffee is available in Japan only at PostCoffee. PostCoffee is the only place where you can buy BONANZA, LOT61, and Single Estate coffees in Japan.
Bonanza Coffee Roasters (Bonanza / Germany)
A German roasting place established in 2006. The store maintains a minimalist style, offering no food or other services, so that visitors can focus solely on the coffee.Pioneer of the specialty coffee industry in Berlinand in recent years has also provided consulting services for the coffee business.
FRIEDHATS COFFEE ROASTERS (Friedhats / The Netherlands)
A roasting place established in Amsterdam in 2016. Their website, with the theme "Less marketing, more coffee," conveys their passion for coffee. One of the co-founders, Rex, was a barista at a competition for barista skills.A talented group that won the Dutch National Champion for two consecutive years.But there is also.
LOT61 Coffee Roasters (LOT Sixty One / The Netherlands)
Since its founding in 2013 by two childhood friends born in Sydney,Coffee shop leading the specialty coffee industry in the NetherlandsIt is. Our goal is to "become a cyclical coffee brand in every aspect. Aiming to become an international brand, this coffee shop is a queuing coffee shop that not only has staff of various nationalities, but also makes efforts as a company to acquire B Corp certification.
Single Estate Coffee Roasters (Single Estate / The Netherlands)
Founded in 2007, we are a coffee shop based in the Netherlands that sells home-roasted coffee beans wholesale to more than 100 restaurants, as well as operating a coffee bar. 2019, we will be expanding from an in-house barista to aProduced a world champion in aeropressWe have been doing this since the company was founded. Since our founding, we have visited coffee growing regions every year and 85% of the beans we use come directly from the farms through direct trade.
19grams Coffee Roasters (Nineteengrams / Germany)
In 2002, he opened a roasting place called TresCabezas in Berlin and changed the name to 19GRAMS. 2002, he realized the potential of "specialty coffee", which was already a hot topic in the U.S. and Australia at the time, and started to develop it in Germany.Working to expand awareness of specialty coffeeThe name 19GRAMS comes from the amount of coffee recommended to make a double espresso in Australia.
■Partner roster comments (partial)
Single Estate Coffee Roasters
We feel that Japanese coffee consumers are very interested in quality and that many specialty coffee lovers do their own research more often than in other countries. Therefore, we are very honored to be able to bring our coffee to Japan. Connecting with more consumers,I want to learn from working with PostCoffee.I believe that this is a good idea.
FRIEDHATS COFFEE ROASTERS
We are very excited to be able to sell our coffee in the Japanese market! We are always inspired by the Japanese approach to work and the craftsmanship that creates beautiful and tranquil spaces in big cities. Great opportunity to share our coffee and the thoughts of Japanese coffee consumers!It is.
How to purchase
(1) Subscription purchase
PostCoffee members are,Coffee from the above five companies will be delivered as one of the coffees in your regular delivery box.*Depending on the timing of purchase, we may not be able to deliver the product.
(2) Single item purchase
PostCoffee Members Only Store (https://postcoffee.co(Also available for individual purchase).Is. This is for single purchases only and will be delivered to your hand in each roaster's package.
The bottled coffee beans, which are rarely seen in Japanese coffee shops, and the simple, stylish packaging will lift your spirits just by looking at them. Please pick up a package that you will want to use as an interior decoration or a small accessory container even after you have finished drinking the coffee.
*The package design to be delivered may change depending on the time of year.
What is PostCoffee?
PostCoffee" is a subscription service that delivers coffee to your mailbox every month.It is. The free online "Coffee Diagnosis" allows you to choose from 150,000 possible combinations.Three types of coffee personalized exclusively for youwill be delivered.
Only the highest quality coffees from Japan and around the world are carefully selected for delivery, and we always have a lineup of more than 30 varieties. The post-in size box is packed with not only coffee but also filters, drippers, and other goods that anyone can use to start their coffee life right away.
About POST COFFEE Co.
Company Name : POST COFFEE Co.
Representative :. Representative Director, Ryo Shimomura
Location : Tokyo, Japan Suda Building 1F, 4-11-7 Meguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
Established : September 2018
Web site :.https://postcoffee.co/