AZUL COFFEE: THEY INSPIRE PEOPLE WITH THEIR COFFEE
A TOUCH OF THE BLUE BEAN
The roastery drew inspiration for its name from the color "Azul" (meaning blue). The bluish shimmering green coffee beans provided the impetus for the name Azul coffee. In addition to filter coffees and espressos for the masses, Azul has developed delicious specialty coffees. Discover at Aromatico, among others, the harmonious Espresso Deichblend, which brings pleasant hazelnut nuances, and the full-bodied Café Crema Deichblond.
A ROASTERY THAT CAN DO BOTH: MODERNITY AND TRADITION
Anyone who would like to get to know the modern but thoroughly traditional roasting plant in person can drop by Azul Kaffee for a guided tour. Visitors can be there live when the roasting master roasts the green coffee. If you look attentively from the street through the glass front, you can already discover the drum roaster. This is used for large quantities, whereas air roasting in the tray roaster is preferred for special blends. Azul coffee has set to roast filter coffee beans usually, around the nine minutes and espresso beans undergo a 17-minute procedure.
A SUSTAINABLE MISSION IN SIGHT
Sustainability is a top priority at Azul Coffee. Thus, much emphasis is placed on sourcing sustainable coffee beans and supporting the Comsa cooperative. Comsa stands for "Café Orgánico Marcala Sociedad Anónima" and is committed to organic coffee cultivation under fair conditions for the environment and small farmers in Honduras. Founded in 2001, the cooperative now has a total of 763 members. Azul Kaffee is also happy to see Comsa for itself on site and to pay a visit to the small farmers.
The roastery also keeps an eye on its own environment here in Bremen. For example, Azul Kaffee is keen to promote close cooperation with Martinshof, so that the company employs people with a handicap. The roastery on the dike is doing an excellent job of getting people excited about coffee.