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4 Everton Park #01-40
Singapore, 080004
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+65 6220 2330

A coffee bar and roastery driven by our beliefs to foster direct, transparent and sustainable relationships with our coffee producers, so as to help us to source, roast and brew some of the most amazing coffees from around the world, to the best we think they should taste and share them with you.

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Revising our Seasonal Espresso blend

Nylon Coffee Roasters

 The latest revision to our current seasonal espresso blend comprising of 3 different lots of coffee from 2 different farms. 
  50% Fazenda Ambiental Fortaleza (Brazil) 
 30% Finca El Zarzal, Loma Alta (El Salvador) 
 20% Finca El Zarzal, Maravillas (El Salvador) 
  With the new harvest of Brazils arriving in January, we are pleased to re-introduce our direct trade coffees from Fazenda Ambiental Fortaleza - into our 2nd year working with these awesome guys. Making up the remaining of the blend are 2 micro-lots of coffee from Finca El Zarzal of El Salvador, which we visited on our recent trip to Central America. This blend is 100% sourced directly from our partner farms. 
 In this cup, expect hints of raisins, cherries and caramel. Red fruit acidity is prominent on first sip but is nicely balanced with a medium body, ending off in a syrupy cup with a long sweet finish. This should be a crowd pleaser. Grab a bag and let us know what you think! 
 Photo credit:  Andrew Hoi

The latest revision to our current seasonal espresso blend comprising of 3 different lots of coffee from 2 different farms.

  • 50% Fazenda Ambiental Fortaleza (Brazil)
  • 30% Finca El Zarzal, Loma Alta (El Salvador)
  • 20% Finca El Zarzal, Maravillas (El Salvador)

With the new harvest of Brazils arriving in January, we are pleased to re-introduce our direct trade coffees from Fazenda Ambiental Fortaleza - into our 2nd year working with these awesome guys. Making up the remaining of the blend are 2 micro-lots of coffee from Finca El Zarzal of El Salvador, which we visited on our recent trip to Central America. This blend is 100% sourced directly from our partner farms.

In this cup, expect hints of raisins, cherries and caramel. Red fruit acidity is prominent on first sip but is nicely balanced with a medium body, ending off in a syrupy cup with a long sweet finish. This should be a crowd pleaser. Grab a bag and let us know what you think!

Photo credit: Andrew Hoi