Batavia Cold Drip Coffee

We believe that Batavia Cold Drip Coffee is the best cold coffee available. In 18 hours ice cold water drips through our freshly roasted and grounded beans. This gives our coffee a rich, smooth and unique complex flavor profile.

Great on a hot day in an ice cold glass, as the secret ingredient in your (alcohol free) cocktail or when you need some extra energy to get through the day. No additives, zero sugar.

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Batavia Cold Drip Coffee was founded in 2014 by Robert Nijhof and Jits Krol. 

Flavours

 

Origin The Salvadoran España is grown on the Ipanaca-Ilamatepec mountrain range in the Ahuacapán department of El Salvador knows for the many active volcanoes. The coffee is from the Bourbon family and is grown at an altitude of 1400 to 1450 metres above sea level.  The coffee is characterized by traditional coffee flavours and tastes of almond and is well balanced. The aftertasted is dominated by smooth milky chocolat notes. A delicious coffee to drink pure or to combine with chocolate.  Characteristics COLOMBIAN HUILA ETHIOPIAN YIRGACHEFFE SALVADORAN ESPANA Origin Fruity and complex coffee for the lover of specialty coffees. The Ethiopian Yirgacheffe is grown I the world famous Yirgacheffe region. The coffee is grown on a height between 1850 and 2000 meters and is of the Heirloom variety. The coffee is characterized by traditional coffee flavours and The Yirgacheffe is an unwashed coffee, where part of the coffee cherry is left on the bean while drying. This gives the coffee a very deep and fruity character, which is perfect with fruit or in cocktails. Characteristics COLOMBIAN HUILA ETHIOPIAN YIRGACHEFFE SALVADORAN ESPANA Origin The Colombian Huila is a Microlot coffee from Finca Montañita that is situated in the Alto Planes. This single estate coffee belongs to the Catturo variety.  The Huila is characterized by explosive flavours accompanied by notes of orange.  This coffee is usually preferred by espresso drinkers and pairs very nicely with ginger. The coffee is also a good base for a classic iced coffee. Characteristics COLOMBIAN HUILA ETHIOPIAN YIRGACHEFFE SALVADORAN ESPANA

About Us

Batavia Coffee is a company founded with a singular goal; conveying our passion for coffee and the unique Dutch Coffee brewing method to the Netherlands and the world. Even though everybody agrees that blending wine from 8 races and 6 countries is a bad idea, a lot of people are not that critical about their coffee. Even when coffee is the second most consumed beverage worldwide after water! With Batavia Dutch Coffee we make our passion tangible – in three distinct flavours we offer the very best coffee we could possibly make for your enjoyment, hoping to one day share our passion with coffee lovers worldwide. If you want to know more about Batavia Coffee/Cold Drip Coffee, be sure to check out Dutch Coffee, our blog and recipes as well.

History

 

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Coffee finds its origin in Ethiopia, where two stories are circulating about the discovery of this invigorating drink. The first tale tells the story of the banished Sufi mystic Omar. This follower of Sufi spiritual leader Abu Al-Hassan Al-Shadilli is said to have taken shelter in a cave when, starving, he resorted to eating coffee cherries. As he found the berries too bitter he then roasted the beans and ate them, but found them too hard. He then boiled the beans, and the resulting aromatic brown liquid turned out to be so stimulating that Omar survived his banishment. According to the legend, Omar then introduced this miraculous drink in Mocha, Yemen from where coffee conquered the Arabian world.

The second tale tells the story of a Ethiopian goatherd named Kaldi. He was grazing his herd when he noticed strange behaviour in some of his goats. They were jumping up and down after eating certain red cherries. He tried some of the cherries himself and found he became energized as well. When he brought the cherries to a local monastery the local abbot disapproved and threw the cherries into the fire. When the fire began to give off a delicious smell the now roasted beans were quickly taken from the fire and boiled, resulting in the world’s first cup of coffee.