Batavia Dutch Coffee is a unique single origin coffee brewed using the authentic Cold Drip method. Cold Drip, which is originally known as Dutch Coffee in Northeast Asia, produces a black ice coffee similar to cold brew but with more depth, a wider range of flavours and a much cleaner aftertaste. The method was originally invented by Dutch traders in the 17th century when a ban on open fire on the wooden sailing ships of the time prevented them from brewing warm coffee. The resulting coffee was much less acidic or bitter yet was more flavourful than traditional brewed coffee and enjoys continuous popularity in Northeast Asia ever since.
We offer a line of three single origin black Dutch Coffees (Cold Drip Coffees for those outside Asia): the Ethiopian Limu, the Colombian Santuario and the Ethiopian Yirgacheffe.
El Salvador Espana
This full coffee is characterized by deep tones of chocolate and caramel with a slight citric acidity.
This explosive and herbal coffee is from the south-west of Colombia. You’ll taste green herbs, liquorice, nuts and wine.
This fruity, naturally-processed coffee from Yirgacheffe in Ethiopia is hard to describe but an absolute joy for every coffee lover looking to see just how far their favourite beverage can go. Beautiful tones of red fruit and wine with an aftertaste of whiskey make this the most complex and most layered coffee you will drink in a long time and works perfectly with the Cold Drip method. Mix this with tonic for what is most likely the best non-alcoholic cocktail you've ever tried.
Due to the intense, long lasting flavour of the coffee, a Dutch Coffee is the perfect alcohol alternative - it offers the same experience and potential in cocktails and desserts yet contains no calories and no alcohol.