- Q&A - Inconsistencies in the shops
We asked the staff about any inconsistencies from across the Market Lane shops.
In this episode Holly and Kai joins Einar and Jason to discuss the questions that were submitted.
If you have any feedback or questions please email email@example.com | Sep 1, 2023
- Coffee Rollout Part 36 - Limited release Adorsi & Gara Agena
This week we have two new coffees from Yirgacheffe and Sidama, Ethiopia.13m | Aug 17, 2023
- Coffee Rollout Part 35 - Limited release Floripondio & La Llama
We got three limited release Gesha variety coffees from Bolivia coming up, produced by the Rodríguez family.
In this episode Jason talks about the different processing methods used and shares his tasting notes.15m | May 25, 2023
- Straight From The Source: Guatemala
In this episode we hear from Fleur and Jason about their first trip back to Guatemala since 2019, about the producers they met and the coffees they tasted.20m | Apr 5, 2023
- Straight From The Source: Ethiopia
In this episode we hear from Jason about his latest trip to Ethiopia, what our goals of the trip were, who we visited and why?20m | Feb 17, 2023
- How To Open A Coffee Shop Part 3
Do you dream about opening up your own coffee shop? Jason has opened several. In this mini series Jason talks about the new shop on Queen Street and Sydney Road and shares his thoughts on how to approach opening a coffee shop.
In part 3 we talk about the menu, merchandise, marketing, and customer service as well as hiring staff for a new café.
Please email your coffee shop related questions or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org | Dec 8, 2022
- How To Open A Coffee Shop Part 2
Do you dream about opening up your own coffee shop? Jason has opened several. In this mini series Jason talks about the new shop on Queen Street and shares his thoughts on how to approach opening a coffee shop.
In part 2 we talk about council regulations, negotiating a lease, the timeline for opening a new shop and the equipment needed for a small coffee shop.
Please email your coffee shop related questions or feedback to email@example.com | Nov 8, 2022
- How To Open A Coffee Shop Part 1
We're opening up a new café on Queen St, Melbourne!
Do you dream about opening up your own coffee shop? Jason has opened several. In this mini series Jason talks about the new shop on Queen Street and shares his thoughts on how to approach opening up a coffee shop.
In part 1 we talk about purpose, location, shop name and budget.
Please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.20m | Aug 26, 2022
- Mamani Family & La Llama - Coffee Rollout Part 34
We got two beautiful new coffees from Caranavi, Bolivia!
The Mamani family is based in the remote Uchumachi colony of the Caranavi provice. The Mamani brothers work together with their spouses to improve the quality of the coffee produced in their region and we are excited about this delicious and complex coffee roasted for espresso.
La Llama is a farm we bought a few different lots from before. This new filter roast is a washed caturra variety produced by the Rodriguez family who also owns Agricafe, the exporter and marketing agent we work with in Bolivia.8m | Aug 17, 2022
- New Seasonal Blend, Sincorá & Ayla - Coffee Rollout Part 33
We got three delicious new coffees on our shelves.
Our new seasonal blend is made up of 80% São Judas, a pulped natural catuaí variety from Piatã, Brazil and 20% washed red bourbon variety from the Nyarusiza washing station in Nyamagabe, Rwanda.
Sincorá is a single origin pulped natural catuaí variety espresso roast from Fazenda Progresso in Chapada Diamantina, Brazil. For filter we have Ayla, a washed process JARC 74110 and 74112 varieties from Sidama, Ethiopia.18m | Jul 27, 2022
- Airumá & Twitezimbere - Coffee Rollout Part 32
We got two new delicious filter coffees on the menu.
Airumá is a pulped natural catuaí variety produced by the quality focussed Borré family at Fazenda Progresso in Chapada Diamantina, Brazil.
Twitezimbere is the name of a small group of 32 producers that process their coffee at the Remera washing station in Nyamagabe region in the south of Rwanda. (Check out roll out part 9 for more information)10m | Jul 7, 2022
- Small Producers of Aponte - Coffee Rollout Part 31
Our new single origin espresso is a honey processed caturra and colombia varieties from Nariño, Colombia. This coffee is grown by eight independent producers who farm around the town of Aponte.6m | Jun 10, 2022
- Finca Los Palomos & La Llama - Coffee Rollout Part 30
Have you heard the one about the doves and the llama?
We got two exciting new coffees roasted for filter. Finca Los Palomos is a washed Chiroso variety from Urrao, Colombia and La Llama is a natural processed Ethiosar variety from Caranavi, Bolivia.
Coffees from these farms were very popular when we had them last year and we are so happy to have them back!12m | Jun 2, 2022
- Marie Bedabasingwa - Coffee Rollout Part 29
Our newest filter coffee is a very special single producer washed red bourbon from Gagenke, Rwanda.
Marie Bedabasingwa has worked with coffee for decades and is a member of the Dukunde Kawa Coop. Her coffee has been processed separately at the Ruli washing station.8m | May 20, 2022
- Los Rodriguez & Mbilima - Coffee Rollout Part 28
Einar and Jason taste and talk about two delicious new coffees from producers we have worked with for over ten years!
Los Rodriguez is a honey processed caturra varietal from Caranavi in Bolivia, roasted for filter. Mbilima is a washed red bourbon varietal from Gagenke in northern Rwanda and is roasted for espresso.9m | May 12, 2022
- Seasonal Blend - Coffee Rollout Part 27
Our new seasonal blend for espresso is made up of 70% Familia Rodriguez from Nariño, Colombia and 30% El Fuerte from Samaipata, Boliva. Familia Rodriguez is a coffee that is new to Market Lane this year, while El Fuerte has been a regular coffee on offer since 2011.
Einar and Jason taste and talk about the new coffee and Jason explains further about the C-price.8m | Apr 28, 2022
- On the menu - April 2022
Einar and Jason taste and talk about the filter coffees on the menu for April 2022 and Jason talks about our upcoming coffees, new shops, coffee prices and oat milk.16m | Apr 21, 2022
- On the Menu - January 2022
Einar and Jason taste and talk about the coffees on the current menu and Jason tells us about which coffees that are coming to Market Lane in the first half of 2022.16m | Jan 28, 2022
- Mormora & Seasonal Blend - Coffee rollout Part 26
Double espresso! In this episode we introduce two new coffees.
Mormora is a new single origin espresso roast from Guji, Ethiopia and the new Seasonal Blend which is made up of 60% Santa Clara from Antigua, Guatemala and 40% Wahundura from Murang'a Country, Kenya.14m | Dec 16, 2021
- Ngamba - Coffee rollout Part 25
Ngamba is a single estate and single varietal coffee from Kirinyaga, Kenya. This is the third year in a row we offer this delicious coffee, and in this episode Market Lane's Head Roaster Nick explains how he approaches when roasting a new coffee to rollout to the shops.10m | Dec 3, 2021