Hands and Heart Coffee Roasters
Sukhumvit Soi 38's super-hip cafe now has a roasting house.
Sukhumvit Soi 38's super-hip Hands and Heart cafe now roasts its own coffee.
Open to the public, the new roasting house out the back of Phra Khanong sticks to a minimalist black and white aesthetic similar to the cafe.
Here, Chattrin "Pok" Tummachairoj, who previously worked as a roaster for Australia's Five Senses, oversees operations.
Beans come from all around the world, from Bolivia to Burundi, available as single origin (from B740/250g) or in blends like the house Coffeehood (a mix of beans from Doi Saked and Mae Krachan in Chiang Mai and Guatemala), whose chocolatey-citrus flavor suited to espresso you can take home for B500/250g.
You can also try drinks (priced B120-500) like the bubbly coffee kombucha (B180), which sees drip coffee fermented for 5-6 days and served iced.
Drop by on Sunday to see the three owners in action roasting or stay tuned for one of their free monthly cupping sessions and more extensive 1-2-day courses.
|Address:||Hands and Heart Coffee Roasters, 225 Sukhumvit 71 (Pridi Banomyong) Soi 25, Bangkok, Thailand|
|Cuisine:||Coffee shop, International|
|Price Range:||B - BB|
|Open since:||September, 2017|
|Opening hours:||daily 8am-4pm|
|Nearest train||BTS Ekkamai|
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