Sensory Lab - a Melbourne success story about a bunch of passionate people who got together to roast, package, and sell truly extraordinary coffee. Sensory Lab is particularly fond of sustainable practices and they therefore source their beans with an intelligent and careful precision. The beans come from quality coffee plantations in Colombia, Panama, and Costa Rica, where they have thrived at optimal altitudes. In southwestern Colombia, for example, the soil is fertile, the rainfall is steady, thus the beans are happy, and Sensory Lab knows that happy beans make for happy customers. Roasts sourced in Panama bring a delightful tropical tang to the Sensory Lab blends. Then there's Costa Rica, where sweet and delicate flavours like honey, apricot, and chocolate dominate. The coffee connoisseurs have the patience to dedicate plenty of time for cupping, experimenting, and getting their blends just right. Sensory Lab has chic and friendly shopfronts in Melbourne on Little Collins and Bourke St, and in Sydney on beautiful Bondi Beach - beautiful hybrid cafe and retail operations with a chilled out vibe and a friendly team of coffee experts and world class baristas. Sensory Lab doesn't just supply discerning individuals with premium roasts, they're also wholesale coffee suppliers, and their kickass wholesale coffee beans get distributed to cafes, businesses, and restaurants across the country. So now to the Sensory Lab roasts themselves. At Coffee Bean Co, we're ecstatic to have some of Sensory Lab's finest roasts in our collection: the Sensory Lab single origin coffee selection includes Colombia San Agustin and Costa Rica Finca La Milena single origin coffee. Delicious blends include Seamless (clean and citrusy) and Steadfast (rich and chocolatey with lashings of berry and toffee). The cherry on top is Sensory Lab's Single Origin Swiss Water Decaf Coffee. It wasn't quite enough for the team that their single origin coffee beans are the finest in South Huila in Colombia, close to the Andes. The team was also very enthusiastic about the Swiss Water process decaffeination process. The water is sourced from the chilly mountaintops in British Columbia, Canada especially for the occasion. 

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