Coffee supplyThe Barn buys only perfectly ripe, hand-rolled brown Arabica beans. The bakery aims to work with micro-farms that grow coffee with great attention to detail and desire to improve their product. They partner with specialists who help improve the farms and farming processes in order to produce high quality coffee. The main partner is Nordic Approach.
The Barn aims to have a minimum number of middlemen from taking coffee to baking as they want greater value than the price to go to the farms. The benefits of this practice allow the cultivation of a sustainable product and an identity that makes different farms proud.
The Barn appreciates the work of each farm and to promote them adds their names on the coffee packaging.
Most organic farms only follow one thing-don't use chemicals. For the barn, however, are also important: good wages, water purification, environmental protection. Moreover, organic coffee is rarely high quality.
From the barn closely follow the work of each farm. To support those who have not been certified as organic farms, but are working excellently, the bakery is not advertised by the supply of organic coffee.
SelectionThe Barn selection is very defensive and you can choose between 8 different types of coffee at any time. According to the season, during the year the different varieties they offer are around 20. They also present microts from new farms or micro-regions that they consider intriguing.
BakingThe main rule of The Barn is never to mix different varieties. In a way they present the taste characteristics of each variety and honor the dedication of each farm. It is extremely important for them to keep the coffee natural and clean. All varieties are light-baked, which contributes each cup to a complex taste and to bring full enjoyment. The Barn does not change the natural taste of coffee when baking. According to the origin, the manner of processing and the variety of cafes differ in taste and acidity. In order to produce more and better coffee, in 2016 The Barn is changing its bakery wares at 1955 with a new one specially made according to their requirements as a bakery in GN-22.The Barn recognizes that besides the scientific part the baking includes also much discussion and tastings.
Baking for filter and espressoAll The Barn coffees are light-baked with a fully developed taste profile. This makes them extremely pure and rich in different flavors. The espresso varieties are slightly darker baked to be suitable for any kind of espresso machines. The filtrate varieties are roasted a little more light to deploy more of their delicate flavors.