These are the coffee beans you’re looking for
chocolatey, earthy, caramely
Indonesian Mandheling coffee tastes like dirt (but that's a good thing). Forest floor flavours (not even joking), chocolate, and sort of caramelised sugar.
dark chocolate, dark caramel, darkish berries
The Sumatra Mandheling Kuda Mas is the 'drink it any time, day or night' coffee. Give it to non-coffee drinkers. Probably babies, even.
chocolate, spices of some sort, cocoa
milk chocolate, hazelnut, spices
Like a hot chocolate coffee for when you don't want to be hit over the head with a saucepan of intense flavours. It's mellow and smooooth.
loads of different flavours, probably
dark chocolate, spices, mushrooms
You want creamy? You want rich? You want earthy and spicy and mushroomy? (HINT: you do). You can have all that plus what's best described as a vibrant acidity and a long finish.
lots of different flavours (more than likely)
caramel, chocolate, sweet stewed fruit
Super smooth and incredibly sweet. If you need sugar added to this coffee, you must really like sweet things by crikey. That's all we're saying.
caramel, brown sugar, raisins
Why buy coffee beans from dancing goats?
Dancing Goat Coffee is the first coffee roaster in Australia dedicated to roasting beans specifically for use in your milk-based coffee.
Other roasters sell beans for espresso. Not us. Well, our roasted coffee beans taste mighty fine as espresso and cold pours and the like, but they’re primarily for the discerning milk coffee drinker.
Plus, Dancing Goat coffee beans don’t cost too much. We’re a bespoke, boutique beanery (with mad alliteration skills), so can keep our prices tasty for you.
Are these roasted coffee beans only for milk-based drinks?
Ah, good question. They’re absolutely grand as espresso. However, they’re all pretty bold coffee beans. You need to enjoy chocolates and spices and dirt and tobacco and caramel and the like. No light, fruity flavours here.
Every single Dancing Goat coffee bean is roasted specifically to bring delight to ANY milk-based coffee drinker’s soul.
Craving cow’s milk? These coffee beans are udderly delicious in your cafe latte.
Striving for soy milk? We’re all soy coffee drinkers at the Goatery, so …
Admiring almond milk? Add ém to your Americano with avarice.
Considering coconut milk? Your cappuccinos will cavort carousingly.
Occupied by oat milk? Ok, you get the idea.
Different delicious aroma. So earthy and strong and works perfectly with Bonsoy.
Dancing Goat coffee tastes good.
I’m so totally a Dancing Goat coffee fanboi!