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Brazil Fancy Santos roasted coffee beans - Premium coffee beans from Dancing Goat Coffee Roasters - From just $15! Shop now

Brazil Fancy Santos roasted coffee beans

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Colombia Huila Excelso roasted coffee beans - Premium coffee beans from Dancing Goat Coffee Roasters - From just $15! Shop now

Colombia Huila Excelso roasted coffee beans

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India Pearl Mountain roasted coffee beans - Premium coffee beans from Dancing Goat Coffee Roasters - From just $15! Shop now

India Pearl Mountain roasted coffee beans

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Indonesia Kerinci Gunung Tujuh Natural roasted coffee beans - Premium coffee beans from Dancing Goat Coffee Roasters - From just $15! Shop now

Indonesia Kerinci Gunung Tujuh Natural roasted coffee beans

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Indonesia Sulawesi Angin Washed roasted coffee beans - Premium coffee beans from Dancing Goat Coffee Roasters - From just $15! Shop now

Indonesia Sulawesi Angin Washed roasted coffee beans

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Tanzania Kilimanjaro AA roasted coffee beans - Premium coffee beans from Dancing Goat Coffee Roasters - From just $15! Shop now

Tanzania Kilimanjaro AA roasted coffee beans [limited stock]

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Why Dancing Goat?

And other questions you may need answers for...

No seriously, why Dancing Goat?

Good question. Coffee, one of the world's most beloved beverages, has a rich and storied history that dates back centuries, with one of the most enchanting legends involving dancing goats.

According to Ethiopian folklore, coffee's energizing effects were first discovered by a goat herder named Kaldi in the 9th century. He noticed that his goats, after eating berries from a certain tree, became so lively that they seemed to dance.

Intrigued by this sight, Kaldi tried the berries himself and experienced a similar invigoration. He shared his discovery with a local monastery, where monks used the berries to make a drink that helped them stay awake during long hours of prayer.

What other names did you consider?

Yep we've been asked this often! Dancing Bean Specialty Roasters was one of the names we threw around. There's something about the term dancing bean that conjures the image of the beans jostling around in the roaster.

But goats are way cooler.

Why no Ethiopian or Yemen coffees?

It's all about the flavour. The African coffee beans are usually fruitier, which means lighter roasts (to preserve the delicate flavours) and more acidity. Both of these conditions lead to washy flavours when mixed with milk and in the worst case, curdled milk.

Why are there no blends? Why only single origin coffee beans?

Aha, you noticed! I'm not a fan of blends. I think it's a way to make more profit from selling coffee because you can hide lower cost beans in the blend. Blending coffee beans is akin to blending whisky. A bunch of flavours that are no good alone but tolerable together. Yeah, I've got a bee in my bonnet about blends!

Why do you only sell whole beans, not ground?

Two reasons:
1. Ground coffee starts to go stale after a couple of minutes.
2. The chances of getting the correct grind for the myriad number of espresso machines on the market is ... unlikely.