2019 marks 30 years since J.J. Darboven began its journey in Ireland. The name Eighty9 is a throwback to the year we started. Our small lot roastery in Ireland combines the history and tradition of J.J. Darboven, along with an little bit of Irish creativity and flair.
Our range consists of our house roast, No.1, which is a blend of beans from Brazil, Vietnam & Honduras/Peru. This blend is roasted delicately and slowly. The cup profile to expect is full-bodied, round & spicy, with a light sweetness.
Also in our range is a large variety of seasonal coffees from the worlds best growing regions. We have beans from Panama (No.80), Congo (No.880), Colombia (No.2), Costa Rica (no. 506) & Mexico (No. 1521) to name but a few. Each one of our speciality coffees is region and farm specific, resulting in taste profiles and mouth feels that all vary drastically.
Furthermore, we have started roasting the beans that grow in from our H.E.L.P. project from Santa Barbara - No.1866. H.E.L.P. provides coffee farmers with agricultural, ecological and sconomic knowledge of the cultivation of coffee with the aim of increasing productivity. The project operates under the moto "helping people help themselves". Find out more.
250g, whole beans
If you want to serve your clients the best speciality coffee the world has to offer, look no further than Eighty9 Coffee Roasters. After all, we breathe coffee.
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We know good coffee when we taste it, now there is no excuse not to make exquisite coffee available in every corner of our country. Drop in for a chat and a brew and find out how you can serve Eighty9 in your café, restaurant or office. If your timing is right, you might even see, and smell us roasting fresh coffee!