ATLAS COFFEE PROGRAM
At Monogram, we are passionate about exceptional coffee experiences that inspire wonder. Over the years, through our global travels and competitions, we have discovered not only some of the best coffee producers in the world, but also some of the best roasters as well. At our Britannia location, we are bringing together our favourite roasters from around the world and their best selections alongside our own Monogram roasts. We are excited for people to discover new roasters, new coffees and new taste experiences. With this program we will carefully-select global roasters take an in-house "residency" in Britannia, with us working closely with each roaster to bringing the best and most diverse selection of beans. Let's explore the wonderful world of coffee together.
Bredda Coffee is a coffee roasting company based in Melbourne/Naarm, Australia, run by a small team of two: Fran and Jerome. Fran holds the title of Marketing Director, as well as roaster, she has spent many years in the industry brewing and tasting coffees leading her to where she is now. Jerome, The green buyer and roaster for Bredda, originally from Canada, has spent almost a decade working in some of the finest cafes in Australia and last year competed in the Canadian Brewers Competition, taking second place!
The name ‘Bredda’ means Brother in Jamaican colloquial which defines the type of close relationship they want with our producers, customers and everyone involved in the coffee community. Their roasting style highlights the exceptional flavour profiles developed at the farm with the aim of starting a conversation about what goes in to that final brew.
Their aim is to showcase their favourite producers by sharing their high-quality and delicious offerings, in a fun approachable way.
Located near the Mele Village in the Yirgacheffe region in Ethiopia, you can find Abraham Mengiste, and his team from Primrose Coffee. This lot has been processed to present a super creamy yet clean flavour profile compared to commonly expected carbonic maceration processed coffees. You can expect flavours such as soft floral jasmine, white peach and soursop (a fruit related to the custard apple)!
Roast Date: February 1, 2023