MOTOBEAN – Taking it up a notch!
This small town roastery is more than just a locals’ favourite. The team at Motobean are serious about coffee and their fame has spread far and wide. Their unique blends set them apart from their big roastery counterparts and their ongoing top priority is to source better coffee than ever before.
Once upon a time Motobean Coffee Roasters was a well kept secret in the small town of Malmsbury, Victoria, serving up delicious food and even more delicious freshly roasted coffee. When the secret got out that this local cafe really took the craft of roasting coffee to the next level, the Motobean that we know and love today really took off.
It’s been a couple of years since we’ve checked in with Motobean and boy have things changed! Their operations have greatly expanded. They’re sourcing better coffee than ever before and developing exotic blends that make specialty coffee connoisseurs swoon as well as passionate home baristas.
Ever since they’ve taken it up a notch you can see Motobean scattered around venues in Melbourne – with city-siders craving a cup of their beautiful blended coffee in the morning. This country town roastery may be spreading its wings but don’t worry, Motobean still has the soul of a small town business that’s obsessed with their craft. Enjoy their two unique roasts this month and make sure you continue to follow their journey. We can’t wait to see what they get up to next!
The Racer blend offers up a modern take on a classical composition. Specifically designed to satisfy not only the top tier coffee aficionados, but also the casual home coffee brewer. It really is the ultimate crowd pleaser, which is why it stands unopposed as the single most popular blend at their roastery.
Coffee Origin: Brazil & Colombia
Tasting Notes: A bold chocolate-like profile with a hit of dark cocoa and mild orange acidity.
Suggested Recipe for Espresso:
1:2 brew ratio
Best enjoyed with milk
Motobean’s brand spankin’ new filter roast, the Outlaw Blend, is unique in that it’s served optimally as both a hot brew or cold brew – the perfect solution for these warm and chilly Spring days.
Coffee Origin: Ethiopia & New Guinea
Tasting Notes: Strong tropical and red fruit with mild dark chocolate notes. A supremely juicy coffee.
Suggested Recipe for Filter:
Water 300ml at 92 degrees
75g bloom for 2:30 – 3:00 minutes