April 2014 - Didn't You Do Well: Psyduck


Available Roasted Whole Beans only.

This is the fourth in our line of coffee shop guest blends that we're massively excited to be sharing with you throughout 2014.  Each month we're featuring a different blend from one of our amazing wholesale customers.

For the month of April we jump on a Crosscountry service (or maybe that should be a Magnet Train) to Bristol Temple Meads (Goldenrod City) to visit Didn't You Do Well.

Situated on Park Row in the bustling coffee hub that is Bristol, Didn't You Do Well was opened by Will and Ally in March of 2013 and has been serving Slayer crafted espresso to the people of the great city ever since.

Driven by a genuine love of coffee, Will and Ally wanted to share with the people of Bristol just how good, and how different it could be!  Dealing mostly in single origins, there are 2 espressos and 2 filters on in the shop at any one time, all of which change weekly.  Having just celebrated their 1st birthday their journey is still at the beginning, so why not join them as they go further and further down the rabbit hole. 

Their Psyduck is highly evolved (not quite Golduck yet) and complex, a natural confusion of 2 fantastic coffees...

50% Bolivia Finca David Vilca Caturra Natural (Farm)
50% Ethiopia Kebel Kercha Guji Natural

While lulling its enemies with its vacant look, this wily blend will use psychokinetic powers.  In the cup expect to funk.  By far the most out there and crazy blend since Hang Over Cure last year, crazier than Brock and Misty ever getting together.  Blueberries covered in sherbet, not like blueberries and sherbet, it just is. 

If you'd like to find out a little bit more about Didn't You Do Well then you should definitely look them up on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/DidntYouDoWell) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/didntyoudowell) or perhaps take a peek at this rather lovely video about them on Vimeo https://vimeo.com/77518270.

You can also watch the In My Mug I filmed at Didn't You Do Well to launch the blend here.


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