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The Yasumi French Press uses immersion brewing for the most consistent extraction of flavours while being super simple to use!
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Dark Roast Series:
Specialty Coffee Tasting Bundle

now $27.90
With purchase of 250g coffee ( $21.90 )
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Freshly Roasted Always

Our dark roast series consists of 3 single origins that are very popular as dark roasts yet distinct which makes for an interesting experience if you are a fan of dark-roasted coffee.

Our dark roast series is strong, full-bodied, and gives a rich crema when brewed with an espresso machine.

This series will be best enjoyed with Espresso machines, Moka pots, and our very own Yasumi Press!

The Tasting Bundle includes:

  • 1 x Brazil Dark Roast Single-origin coffee 80g
  • 1 x Colombia Dark Roast Single-origin coffee 80g
  • 1 x Nicaragua Dark Roast Single-origin coffee 80g
You can choose to have your beans in whole form or pre-grounded coarse for the Yasumi Press!
3 Dark Roasted Single-Origins are included in your Specialty Coffee Tasting Bundle!
Notes: Dark Chocolate, Milk Chocolate
Roasted to achieve a delightful blend of bittersweet dark chocolate and sweetness of milk chocolate, ensuring a satisfying and pleasurable coffee experience.
Notes: Brown sugar
Our Brazil single-origin coffee beans reveal enticing brown sugar notes, delivering a delightful and gratifying coffee experience.
Monk fruit
Herbal notes which surprising balances well with the monk fruit sweetness profile when some sugar is added.

Expertly Roasted. Guilt Free Pricing.

Drink amazing coffee made from the same quality of freshly roasted 100% arabica coffee beans used in specialty cafes.

Drink good coffee guilt-free at almost $1.50  per cup!

Get your coffee fix without the caffeine jitters.

Arabica coffee beans has significantly less caffeine than robusta coffee beans so you can get your coffee fix without worrying about the caffeine headaches.

Our coffees are light roasted too which retains its antioxidants for health benefits.

Convenient to drink anywhere

Coupled with our Yasumi French Press, you can brew our coffee anywhere, at home, at work or even in the great outdoors.
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The Perfect Gift Bundle

The Yasumi Press is now $27.90 only when you purchase it 
with a bag of 250g coffee.
Freshly Roasted Coffee
The Yasumi French Press
Packed Together in our Yasumi Box

Treat yourself to Amazing Specialty Coffee At Home.

You will be amazed by the flavours.
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New to specialty coffee?

Here are some important things to know before trying!

What is specialty coffee?

Specialty coffee is a term used to describe high-quality coffee that has been grown, processed, and roasted to the highest standards. Specialty coffee is typically made from Arabica beans, which are grown at higher altitudes and in cooler climates than Robusta beans, and are known for their complex flavors and aromas.

In order to be considered specialty coffee, the beans must be evaluated and scored by a certified coffee taster, or "Q grader," who uses a standardized system to assess the beans' aroma, flavor, aftertaste, acidity, body, and balance. Coffees that score 80 points or higher out of 100 are considered specialty coffee.

Specialty coffee is often produced using sustainable and ethical farming practices, such as organic or fair trade certification, and the beans are often roasted in small batches to bring out the unique flavors and characteristics of each batch.

Overall, specialty coffee is a premium product that is appreciated by coffee connoisseurs and enthusiasts who value high-quality and unique flavors in their coffee.

What is does it taste like?

Specialty coffee can have a wide range of natural flavors depending on the specific variety of coffee beans, where it was grown, how it was processed, and how it was roasted. However, some common characteristics of specialty coffee include:

  • Aroma: Specialty coffee often has a strong, pleasant aroma that can be floral, fruity, nutty, or spicy depending on the region.

  • Acidity: Specialty coffee is known for its bright, complex acidity that can range from mild to intense. Acidity in coffee is not the same as the sourness that comes from over-extraction or stale coffee.

  • Flavor: Specialty coffee can have a wide range of flavors, depending on the variety of coffee beans and how it was processed and roasted. Some common flavors include chocolate, caramel, citrus, berry, floral, and nutty.

  • Body: Specialty coffee typically has a smooth, delicate texture that is not overly heavy or thin.

  • Finish: Specialty coffee often has a long, pleasant aftertaste that can be sweet, nutty, or fruity.

Overall, specialty coffee is appreciated for its complex and unique flavors, as well as the care and attention that goes into producing it.

Does your specialty coffee work for espresso machines?


Some of our single-origins taste really good as espresso coffee but they require good equipment, patient calibration, and some experience with dialing in your espresso.

To brew specialty coffee at home with an espresso machine, there are a few things you need to take note of:

  1. You will need a very good burr grinder as some specialty-grade coffee can be super light roasted have higher densities. This makes it harder to grind for machines with lower power specifications.
  2. Your grinder should not be multi-step but allow you to make micro-adjustments as even an mm difference in grind size can affect how the espresso tastes.
  3. Fresh light-roasted coffee espresso shots will run much faster than dark-roasted shots and that is totally fine. ( Usually 2 times the weight in 15-20 seconds as a general recipe ). The acidity in light-roasted coffee is well developed so it will not taste as harsh as under-extracting dark-roasted coffee.
  4. The risk of an over-extraction of bitter flavors is also rare in our coffee as bitterness is a product of dark-roasted coffee.

If this sounds too complicated, we recommend brewing your coffee with our Yasumi Press instead which as immersion brewing is a fool-proof and practical way to achieve the similar results you find at specialty cafes without the cafe-grade equipment.


Yasumi Coffee is for everyone.

There is no perfect way on how to drink our coffee,
brew it just the way you like.

Please enjoy this freshly roasted coffee in a restful state of mind.

Let go of your worries and have a coffee yasumi
with anyone, anywhere.
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