This week we have a coffee selected by Monsieur Claude the cat (with a little help from Round Hill Roastery) in the form of a washed Ethiopian Nano Challa. On the jazz side we jump back to the mid '00s to remember the British jazz-punk movement in the form of Acoustic Ladyland's 'Last Chance Disco'.
Another week and another coffee from the folks at Plot Roasting. This time another Ethiopian coffee from Israel Degfa: Ana Sora, a naturally processed lot from Guji. Alongside we serve one of my jazz guitar hero's Ted Greene with his only release 'Solo Guitar'.
We are back with another KaffeBox blog post this week featuring coffees from Oslo's Fuglen Coffee Roasters. A pair of washed coffees from Kenya and Colombia are feature. Alongside we look at the confusingly titled 'Weather Report' from 1982 on the jazz side of things.
Another Plot Icon series coffee - this time a Daterra Masterpiece lot from Brazil. An interesting Aramosa cultivar and a very unique cup all round. On the jazz side another icon and a first appearance on the blog for John Coltrane with his 1961 album 'Africa/Brass'.
This week we feature Brooklyn's finest: Sey Coffee roasters with a Colombian Pacamara called La Luna. Alongside we go back to a 1990 Blue Note recording: 'Time on my Hands' by John Scofield with an all-star supporting cast.
Another installment of the Plot Icon series with a cup of excellence awarded washed Peruvian coffee. Complexity and sophistication in a cup. Alongside we serve some classic jazz from 1963 with Kenny Dorham's 'Una Mas'.
After a week hiatus we're back with another installment of the KaffeBox subscription with a pair of coffees from Norwegian roaster Austratt. Alongside we look at the brand new Blue Note release from Julian Lage: 'Squint'.
Another installment of the KaffeBox subscription this week with a superb pair of coffees from Sweden's Koppi. Alongside we have jazz from Marc Johnson's dual-guitar banger: 'The Sound of Summer Running'
This week we head back to Crankhouse coffee with a wild and funky natural coffee from Colombia. Alongside we lookback to the mid 90s and Medeski Martin and Wood with their third album 'Friday Afternoon in the Universe'
This week we feature a limited edition coffee from the folks at Assembly: an experimental processed Castillo from Colombia courtesy of Diego Bermudez. On the jazz side we look at the 1998 debut release from Stanton Moore 'All Kooked Out'.